Brown believes that his side produced their best offensive performance of the season in the 89-74 defeat in Indianapolis.
"As crazy as this sounds, I thought tonight was our best offensive night, from the standpoint that the ball moved and bodies moved," Brown told reporters. "Just watching the game, I thought we tried to play with some flow.
"Having said that, you have to give the Pacers credit. They're a playoff team. They're an Eastern Conference finals team. Every time we made a mistake, they made us pay for it."
The Cavaliers will look for their second victory of the season when they host the Minnesota Timberwolves on Monday night.