Pacers overcome 22-point deficit, send Cavaliers to 8th loss in 11 games

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INDIANAPOLIS – LeBron James was unable to recreate two of the more memorable late-game shots of his career in Friday’s 97-95 loss to the Indiana Pacers and the Cleveland Cavaliers closed out their five-game road trip with a 1-4 record, extending their slump to eight losses in their last 11 games.

James’ first miscue came with 2.3 seconds left when he drove baseline around the Pacers’ Darren Collison and was whistled for stepping out of bounds, thwarting his chance at a go-ahead layup with the Cavs down 96-95.

With the Cavaliers down a point with under five seconds left, LeBron James’s foot goes out as he charges to the rim.

In his first ever playoff game in 2006, James played the hero by tiptoeing the line and staying in play, leading to a game-winning layup to beat the Washington Wizards (that time he was coming from the left of the hoop, rather than the right).

“Just trying to be aggressive,” James said. “The referees made a call,

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