After the Boston Celtics had shocked the world several nights ago, the team was going for an encore performance on Tuesday night. However, the Cleveland Cavaliers managed to come back from being down double-digits, en route to an 112-99 victory at home. Despite LeBron James getting into first-half foul trouble, the team still got 34 points from their leader, as well as a huge night from his fellow All-Star Kyrie Irving. Here's a look at how the Celtics vs. Cavs Game 4 played out with Cleveland moving to 3-1 in the Eastern Conference Finals.

How the Cavs won Game 4

In tonight's game at Quicken Loans Arena, the Boston Celtics held at 57-47 lead at the half.

However, the Cleveland Cavaliers came out with a huge third quarter in which they outscored their opponents 40-23. Boston was unable to find a way to get back into this one, as there were no late-game heroics and the Cavs closed it out in the fourth.

"The King" LeBron James had four first quarter fouls but survived the entire game without fouling out. He also had a team-high five turnovers, yet bounced back from his eight-point performance in the previous game. LeBron scored 34 points on 15-for-27 shooting while also recording six assists and five rebounds.

His teammate Kyrie Irving had the top performance of the night, scoring 42 points on 15-for-22 shooting. Irving showed his ability to pick up the slack for this team.

He nailed four of the seven three-point shots he took while also getting four assists and three boards. Kevin Loved gave solid production again with 17 points and 17 rebounds.

On the losing side, Marcus Smart followed up his top-scoring performance from Game 3 with a disappointing eight points tonight.

Avery Bradley led the Celtics with 19 points, while Jae Crowder scored 18 and Al Horford 16 points. Kelly Olynyk made a start tonight to score 15 points.

Jonas Jerebko and Jaylen Brown provided the only real bench relief, scoring nine points each. As a team, the Celtics shot 44.3 percent from the floor while the Cleveland Cavs shot a blazing hot 59.5 percent and also outrebounded Boston 37-29.

When do they play next?

The two teams will meet again for Game 5 at the TD Garden in Boston. That next installment of the Eastern Conference Finals is scheduled for Thursday, May 25th. Game time will be at approximately 8:30 p.m. Eastern Time with the live television coverage available through TNT.

If necessary, the two teams will meet again for Game 6 in Cleveland on Saturday, May 27th. This game will also be at 8:30 p.m. Eastern Time on TNT.

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