By the numbers: What can't LeBron James do?
25 -- The comeback from a 25-point halftime deficit was the largest such comeback in NBA postseason history.
1.2 -- The Cavaliers’ win probability was 1.2 percent at halftime.
17 -- LeBron James recorded his 17th career postseason triple-double, with 41 points, 13 rebounds and 12 assists. Only Magic Johnson has more (30).
5,670 -- James has 5,670 career postseason points, passing Kobe Bryant for third all-time.
73 -- James scored or assisted on 73 points, the most points he has ever done so on in a playoff game.
20 -- James has won 20 straight first-round games, tying the longest such streak since the NBA went to the current playoff format in 1983-84.
2 -- James joined Oscar Robertson as the only players with two 40-point triple-doubles in postseason. Two also marks the number of 40-point triple-doubles in a two-day span (Russell Westbrook had the other). There had been only five in NBA postseason history prior to Wednesday.
14:29 -- The Cavaliers played the final 14 minutes, 29 seconds without Kevin Love or Kyrie Irving. Without them, the Cavaliers outscored the Pacers 45-27, making 13-of-21 shots and holding the Pacers to 8-of-29.
1-for-20-- The Pacers were 1-for-20 in the second half when the primary defender was either Tristan Thompson, Channing Frye or LeBron James. Paul George was 0-of-4 going against Thompson in the second half.
121 -- Teams trailing 3-0 in a best-of-seven series have never come back to win in 121 attempts. Of those 121, 73 ended in sweeps.