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EAST FINAL

CAVALIERS 1, CELTICS 0

Game 1: Cavaliers 117, Celtics 104

Tonight: at Boston, 8:30, TNT

Sunday: at Cleveland, 8:30, TNT

Tuesday: at Cleveland, 8:30, TNT

Thursday: at Boston, 8:30, TNT*

May 27: at Cleveland, 8:30, TNT*

May 29: at Boston, 8:30, TNT*

WEST FINAL

WARRIORS 2, SPURS 0

Game 1: Warriors 113, Spurs 111

Game 2: Warriors 136, Spurs 100

Saturday: at San Antonio, 9, ESPN

Monday: at San Antonio, 9, ESPN

Wednesday: at Golden State, 9, ESPN*

May 26: at San Antonio, 9, ESPN*

May 28: at Golden State, 9, ESPN*

* If necessary

NBA playoff schedule 04/20/17 [Last modified: Thursday, May 18, 2017 8:00pm]
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