Playing on a bum ankle and a banged up Kyrie Irving, LeBron James lifted his Cleveland Cavaliers at the buzzer for a win in Game 4.
The stage was set for the Chicago Bulls. They were coming hard during the final minutes of the fourth quarter, at home, with a boisterous crowd. So hard that the Cavs saw their precious comfortable lead evaporate after a hard Derrick Rose righty in the face of James.
The next sequence was frantic.
The officials, of course, huddled next to their ultra critical monitor to double-check.
This allowed both teams to huddle up, which lead to this with the game equal at 84:
The series is now tied at two games a piece, with Game 5 slated for Tuesday night in Cleveland.
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