Cleveland Largest Game 7 Comeback in History

The Cleveland Cavaliers completed the largest Game-7 comeback in NBA history on Sunday. It was a back and forth series in this one. Cleveland took the first two games and then Orlando countered back by winning two games back at their home court. In this series each team won all of their home games. That home-court advantage proved crucial for the Cavs to win this one and advance.

Early in this Game 7 it was not looking good for Cleveland. They were down by 18 points in the first half when the scored was 29 to 47 in favor of Orlando. The win and comeback came at the hands of Donovan Mitchell who scored 39 points. He outscored Orlando by himself down the stretch of the 4th quarter, 17-15.

Paolo Banchero did his best to will Orlando to a win with 38 points. In the end the game wasn’t really that close as the Cavaliers won by 12 points. It was arguably the least-watched series of the first round but the only one that went the full distance and included some entertaining games.

Now Cleveland will head to Boston to take on the Celtics who made easy work of the Heat earlier this time in the playoffs.

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