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Griffin Records NBA's 1st 20-19-7 Line in Playoffs Since 2010

Los Angeles Clippers forward Blake Griffin had 20 points, 19 rebounds and seven assists in Sunday's 114-105 Game 4 win over the San Antonio Spurs, making him the first player since LeBron James in 2010 to record a 20-19-7 stat line in...Show More Summary

Beck: Can LeBron James and Kyrie Irving Win the East Without Kevin Love?

Kevin Love may not have been the most impactful member of the Cleveland Cavaliers' roster this season, but he certainly stepped up his game in the postseason by draining enough threes to lift the Cavs to a 4-0 sweep of the Boston Celtics...Show More Summary

Even Down 3-0, Celtics Are Building a Familiar Winning Feeling Against Cavaliers

BOSTON — LeBron James had been here before, in this cacophonous sea of green, tussling with legends and ghosts, wrestling for his legacy and supremacy. How many times had the Boston Celtics clogged his path? How many times had they tested...Show More Summary

LeBron James Getting Exactly What He Needs out of Cavaliers Sidekicks

LeBron James has everything he needs to win an NBA title with the Cleveland Cavaliers this season. This is to say James has everyone he needs. If there's anything to take away from the Cavaliers' 103-95 Game 3 victory over the host Boston Celtics Thursday night, it's that—and, of course, the fact that the Celtics themselves are feisty. Show More Summary

James Scores 31, Cavs Beat Celts 103-95 for 3-0 Series Lead

LeBron James scored 31 points and the Cleveland Cavaliers moved one win away from a sweep in their first playoff series in five years with a 103-95 victory over the Boston Celtics on Thursday night.

NBA Playoffs: How the Cleveland Cavaliers Stack Up Against the 2011 Miami Heat

There’s no place like home. After a second straight win against the Boston Celtics, LeBron James has his Cleveland Cavaliers off to a strong start in the first round of the NBA playoffs. Fellow All-Stars Kevin Love and Kyrie Irving seem...Show More Summary

NBA playoff scores 2015: Cavaliers, Rockets, Wizards take 2-0 series leads

The Cavaliers and Rockets picked up wins at home while the Wizards left Toronto with a 2-0 lead. If the Cleveland Cavaliers have a Big Three, it might actually be LeBron James, Kyrie Irving and Timofey Mozgov. That trio led the teamShow More Summary

Celtics vs. Cavaliers 2015 final score: LeBron James, Kyrie Irving go off in 4th quarter of 99-91 win

LeBron and the Cavaliers were too much for Boston in Game 2. LeBron James scored 30 points and Kyrie Irving added 26 as the Cleveland Cavaliers topped the Boston Celtics, 99-91, in Game 2 on Tuesday night. A close game throughout, it...Show More Summary

NBA Playoffs Ratings: Round One Scores Third Best Result Ever

The first game of the first round of the NBA Playoffs yesterday were a win for the Cleveland Cavaliers and a win for ABC. The afternoon Eastern Conference match-up saw Lebron James and team beat the Boston Celtics 113 -100 on Sunday in their Ohio hometown. With a 4.5 rating among adults 18-49, the game also saw ABC score. Show More Summary

Laws of the NBA Playoffs: Why LeBron James Faces an Uphill Battle to Bring Cleveland a Title

James' Cavs and three other favorites to win the NBA title are all going up against some age-old rules when it comes to making a successful championship run.

Celtics vs. Cavaliers Game 1, NBA playoffs 2015: Time, TV schedule and how to watch online

LeBron James and the Cleveland Cavaliers will look to start a new postseason era with a win over the Celtics. This is why LeBron James returned to Cleveland: to lead the Cavaliers back into the playoffs and hopefully win a title in his home state. Show More Summary

Keys to a Boston Celtics Upset of LeBron James and the Cleveland Cavaliers

The NBA regular season has drawn to a close, and the Boston Celtics are gearing up for a first-round matchup with LeBron James and the Cleveland Cavaliers. Almost nobody thinks Boston has a chance to win this series. That's understandable: The Cavaliers are significantly more talented than the Celtics, and Cleveland is a popular title favorite. Show More Summary

NBA Playoffs Betting Preview: Cleveland Cavaliers Lead Eastern Conference Odds

LeBron James is used to entering the NBA playoffs as the favorite and will do so yet again this year with the second-seeded Cleveland Cavaliers (53-29). The Cavs are 1-2 to win the Eastern Conference and 11-5 co-favorites with the Golden...Show More Summary

NBA Playoffs: Why LeBron James Ranks the San Antonio Spurs as the Team to Beat for the Title

As the NBA playoffs open, the defending champion San Antonio Spurs are seen as the favorites to win the title, even if they're starting out as the No. 6 seed in the West.

JR Smith explains the underrated reason LeBron James should win MVP

The NBA's MVP race has largely been focused on two names this season: Stephen Curry and James Harden. On the outside looking in have been players like Russell Westbrook, Anthony Davis, and LeBron James. James has won four MVPs over the course of his career, his last coming in 2013. Show More Summary

J.R. Smith says LeBron James should win MVP every year

Pretty surprising that Smith didn't name himself, to be honest. It looks like this year's MVP race has come down to two people - Stephen Curry and James Harden. But Cleveland Cavalier J.R. Smith thinks there's one important name missing...Show More Summary

LeBron keeps Cavaliers on course for playoffs

LeBron James scores 21 points, 11 assists and 10 rebounds in Cleveland's win over the Pistons.

LeBron Gets Triple-Double, Cavs Roll Pistons 109-97

LeBron James returned from a day off to record a triple-double as the Cleveland Cavaliers tuned up for the playoffs with a 109-97 win over the Detroit Pistons on Monday night.

Hater's Guide to the 2014-15 NBA MVP Race: Why Your Favorite Candidate Won't Win

We don't know who it'll be yet, but one of six viable candidates is going to wrestle the 2014-15 NBA MVP award away from a crowded field of contenders. One of Stephen Curry, James Harden, LeBron James, Anthony Davis, Chris Paul or Russell Westbrook will be giving an acceptance speech in a matter of a few short weeks. Show More Summary

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