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The Cavaliers shot 45.7 percent in their Game 3 loss to the Celtics. On Tuesday night, Kyrie Irving (42 points) and LeBron James (34) combined to shoot 61.2 percent -- 30-for-49.

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Cavaliers shot 59.5% for the game, matching their franchise playoff record for single-game field goal percentage. They shot 71% in the 2nd half

Malinda Adams ESPN Producer 

LeBron says "closeout game is always the hardest."

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LeBron James and Kyrie Irving outscored the Celtics, 60-50 after the Celtics took their largest lead of the game (16 points).

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The 93 points scored by LeBron James, Kyrie Irving and Kevin Love are the most they've scored as teammates in a playoff game.

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The 42 points by Kyrie Irving are the most by a LeBron James teammate in James' playoff career.

Adam Reisinger ESPN.com 

LeBron James on Kyrie Irving: "As the stakes get higher and higher, he gets better and better. It wasn't a surprise to me that he rose to the occasion and put the team on his back."

Malinda Adams ESPN Producer 

LeBron walking to the podium. No hecklers tonight.

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Malinda Adams ESPN Producer 

Cavaliers walk off the court with a 112-99 victory. Kyrie Irving has a playoff high of 42 points. Now to Boston for Game 5.

Adam Reisinger ESPN.com 

Asked why the Cavs thrive on adversity, Kyrie Irving says, "That's a complex question. Adversity has a way of bringing out the best in people."

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Kyrie Irving did most of his damage in Tuesday night's Game 4 during the first three quarters en route to setting a career playoff record with 42 points in the Cavaliers' comeback win over the Celtics.

Adam Reisinger ESPN.com 

Kyrie Irving is all smiles as he heads to meet with the media following his career playoff-high 42-point performance.

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Adam Reisinger ESPN.com 

Actor Matthew McConaughey gives love to a fan after the Cavs' Game 4 win over the Celtics.

Chris Forsberg ESPN Staff Writer 

How would Brad Stevens explain the difference in two halves? "Kyrie Irving and LeBron James would be the two answers."

Adam Reisinger ESPN.com 

With 5:30 left in the second quarter, and LeBron James on the bench with 4 fouls, the Celtics took a 16-point lead. From that point on, Cleveland outscored Boston 79-50. James and Kyrie Irving alone scored more points in that stretch (60) than Boston.