​Don't ever count out the Cavs!

Down 26 points at one point on the road against the Indiana Pacers, you'd think this one was over, right? Nope. Not at all.

Not when you're Cleveland and have LeBron James, Kyrie Irving, Kevin Love and others. That's right, the Cavs did the unthinkable, wiping away their nearly 30-point deficit to take down the Pacers 119-114 and extend their series lead to 3-0.

Say what you want about the Cavs, but this win is special. They just made history by recording the biggest comeback in a playoff game ever. 

Pacers fans thought their team was going to make this a series again. However, the Cavs had other ideas. Led by the outstanding play of James, the defending NBA champs were able to overcome a 74-49 halftime deficit.

James finished with a game-high 41 points, 12 rebounds and 12 assists, while five other Cleveland players finished in double figures. What should be remembered from this one too is that Irving and Love didn't play in the fourth quarter. Yet, the Cavs won? Wow. 

For Indiana, Paul George finished with a team-high 36 points. 

​​HUGE win for the Cavs. 

They're now in the driver's seat, holding a 3-0 series lead. At the same time, they just sent a massive message to the rest of the NBA.

Never count them out.