Cavs’ 12-game winning streak snapped with loss to Pacers, 103-99

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INDIANAPOLIS — C.J. Miles had 26 points; George Hill converted a key four-point play and the Indiana Pacers ended the Cleveland Cavaliers’ 12-game winning streak, 103-99 Friday night.

Trailing by one with 1:26 to play, Hill hit an off-balance, one-handed 3 and was fouled taking the shot. He made the free throw to extend Indiana’s lead to three points.

Hill finished with 20 points, and David West had 20 points and 13 rebounds.

Cleveland (31-21) led by as many as 13 points, but struggled to keep Indiana at a distance. Indiana (19-32) closed out the final four minutes of the third quarter on a 14-2 run that brought them within three points heading into the fourth.

Kyrie Irving had with 29 points and LeBron James 25 for Cleveland.

The Cavs take on the Lakers Sunday afternoon in Cleveland.


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