The Cleveland Cavaliers beat the Atlanta Hawks Wednesday night 123-98, and set a 3-point record.
After knocking off some rust and winning Game 1, LeBron James and the Cavs look to extend their postseason winning streak over Atlanta to 10 straight as they host Game 2 against the Hawks.
A fan fest will begin at 6 p.m. outside of Quicken Loans Arena in the Gateway Plaza.
Anyone without tickets can watch the game from outside the arena on two giant video screens.
James isn't looking too far forward in the NBA playoffs. He's taken a peek, however.
James has considered the possibility of playing the Miami Heat -- his former team and good friend Dwyane Wade -- in the next round, a dramatic matchup that already has fans salivating at its potential. If Cleveland can advance past Atlanta, and if Miami takes care of Toronto, it will be the Cavaliers and Heat in the Eastern Conference finals.
James has already considered it.
"Naturally, of course," he said following shootaround Wednesday as the Cavs prepared for Game 2 with the Hawks. "That's since I've came back. It'd be great to play against those guys in the postseason. Throughout my whole career, I've always wanted to go against Wade in a playoff series. We've always talked about it even before we became teammates in `10."
After leaving Cleveland as a free agent in 2010, James won two titles with Miami before he decided to return to the Cavaliers. James considers Wade one of his best friends and he has maintained some ties with South Florida, where his occasional visits have prompted speculation about a possible return one day.
James, who led the Cavs to a win 104-93 win over Atlanta in Game 1, said watching Wade in the playoffs has been inspirational. Wade brought the Heat back from a 3-2 deficit to eliminate Charlotte in the first round and scored 24 points to lead Miami to an overtime win in its opener with the Raptors.
"Anytime one of my best friends is able to go out there and perform the way he performs, it's definitely motivating," James said. "I was looking forward to Game 1 after watching him in Game 6, you know, the way he was able to close that game out. They all gritted last night. Not only Miami, but Toronto. It was a slugfest watching that game and they were able to pull it out as well."