CLEVELAND – After a 100-97 Indiana Pacers victory on Wednesday, when the Cleveland Cavaliers needed 46 points from LeBron James to even win their first round in the Eastern Conference, Cavs coach Tyronn Lue demanded the rest Step out of the team.
"I have to see more of many guys," Lue said in his post-game press conference.
The comment came in response to a question about the post of Cavs Guard Rodney Hood. Hood scored nine points in Game 1, but five of them came in the fourth quarter of Cleveland's 98-80 defeat, and the game was already out of reach. 
After urging Tyronn Lue to be more aggressive, LeBron showed a show on Wednesday in the opening minutes and helped Cleveland even in the series  Cavaliers striker Kevin Love was diagnosed with a partially torn ligament in his left thumb, sources told ESPN, but head coach Tyronn Lue said Love will be "ready" for Friday's Game 3 against the Pacers.
Lue brought Game 1 Starter Hood and Jeff Green off the bench in Game 2, turned to JR Smith and Kyle Korver in their stead as they joined James, Kevin Love and George Hill connected on the grid.
"I think it's just familiarity with this line-up to start tonight," said James. "I mean, you have four guys who played in postseason games [together]and you're adding G-Hill, who also has his own experience, which definitely helps from this point of view, he made it possible for JG and Rodney and being put in the game before their number was called, so I think it worked well tonight for us. "
With the lineup, Cleveland changed to 33:18 after the first quarter, James scored 20 points of these points alone on 9-by-12 shots. In Game 1, at the end of the first quarter, the Cavs drew between 33 and 14, with James scoring two points in the opening frame.
Hood finished the game 2 with 5 points in a 2: 5 game. Green had two points at 1-for-4-shooting after 0-for-7 in Game 1.
Sources told ESPN that Lue, apart from the problems of familiarity and ground clearance, with Smith and Korver on the grid Because he simply trusted you were more able to play on the playoff stage than Hood and Green.
Smith also scored only five points on 2-for-5 shooting in 35 minutes, but he stole the ball from Victor Oladipo and ended up with a layup at the other end to increase the lead of the Cavs from five to seven with 2 minutes raise 59 seconds in the fourth quarter. It was one of two stalks at night for Smith, and he added a block.
"I was kinda pissed that I only had [five] shots, honestly," Smith said. "Fortunately, it worked, my efforts on the attack, it will come, but my defense, this team needs my defense more than anything else, but I'll take the win more than anything else." The postseason is over a win at one Time, and we have to do that. "
When Lue Smith praised, he added another message aimed at others on the list:" He's not afraid to beat people, it's a contact sport and it has to The boys understand and realize. "
Korver scored 12 points in 4: 8 shooting, with all his attempts scoring 3 points. He had a plus minus 15 plus in 15 minutes.
"Outside of his great shootout, just doing the little things and making the extra effort to take two charges tonight," said Lue of Korver, who also popped up the floor for a loose ball in front of the Cavs & # 39; ;Bank. "In this first half we really set the tone to take two attacks on Oladipo was a big deal for us."
Lue went on to perform by name the Cavs players indicted in Game 2: Love, James and Korver.
These veterans provided exactly the kind of things Lue hoped to see from the postseason neophytes of Cavs, Hood, Jordan Clarkson and Larry Nance Jr. when he addressed them before the playoffs began.  "What I said to these guys is just your first playoff experience, just play hard and compete," Lue said before Game 1. "Lots of balls, diving on the ground, taking the attacks, getting distractions, out and picking up an early basket "This kind of opening opens the brink for you, letting your hair down a bit."
There's hope within the organization, so several sources told ESPN that the Cavs are the most intrepid post-season Actors – a list overwritten by Hood, Clarkson and Green – will actually play better on the road than the series moves to Indiana, the limelight will not be right there, as it was in Cleveland, where the crowd The Crocken Loans Arena has become accustomed to seeing different players in Cav's uniforms leading the franchise to three direct appearances at the NBA Finals.