Cavs Beaten by Pacers in Overtime

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Ten day contract and all, Lester Hudson tacked on a little more to the growing Les-Sanity legend on Wednesday night. But his stellar fourth quarter did not translate into a Cavs win as the Pacers beat the Cleveland hoopsters 104-98 at Quicken Loans Arena.

The former Developmental League player hit a floating hook shot with just over a second in regulation to force overtime against the Indiana Pacers. The basket, gave him 17 points on the night, many of which were scored in the final quarter.

Cavs overcame a fourth quarter deficit to take the lead. The lead grew to seven points but did not last as George Hill and Roy Hibbert brought the Pacers back.

In overtime, the Pacers took command and never let up. The visitors David West hit a bucket, and Danny Granger banged home a three pointer to send the Pacers to the win.

Antawn Jamison led the Cavs with 21. Hudson had 19, but he suffered from the field, shooting a woeful 1 of 9 from three-point land.

Danny Granger led the Pacers with 23.

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