James has never lost a first round series and being down 0-1 marked another first for James.
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LeBron James crystalized his reputation as one of the best playoff performers in NBA history Wednesday as the Cleveland Cavaliers rebounded from a Game 1 rout with a 100-97 win over the Indiana Pacers. James scored 20 of his 46 points in the opening quarter, getting off to a torrid start in which he singlehandedly outscored the Pacers 13-0 and 16-1 to begin Game 2 of the first round Eastern Conference series.The 33-year-old James also helped put the game away with two clutch free throws with 18 seconds left to make it 99-92 .James' consistency has kept it somewhat together as he enjoyed one of his best seasons, averaging 29.5 points, 9.8 rebounds and 10 assists during the regular season.
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