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NBA playoff schedule

Playoffs | Second round

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East

RAPTORS 3, HEAT 3

Game 1: Heat 102, Raptors 96 OT

Game 2: Raptors 96, Heat 92 OT

Game 3: Raptors 95, Heat 91

Game 4: Heat 94, Raptors 89 OT

Game 5: Raptors 99, Heat 91

Friday: Heat 103, Raptors 91

Sunday: at Toronto, 3:30, Ch. 28

CAVALIERS 4, HAWKS 0

West

THUNDER 4, SPURS 2

Game 1: Spurs 124, Thunder 92

Game 2: Thunder 98, Spurs 97

Game 3: Spurs 100, Thunder 96

Game 4: Thunder 111, Spurs 97

Game 5: Thunder 95, Spurs 91

Game 6: Thunder 113, Spurs 99

WARRIORS 4, BLAZERS 1

Conference finals

West

WARRIORS VS. THUNDER

Monday: at Golden State, 9, TNT

Wed.: at Golden State, 9, TNT

May 22: at Okla. City, 8, TNT

May 24: at Okla. City, 9, TNT

*May 26: at Golden State, 9, TNT

*May 28: at Okla. City, 9, TNT

*May 30: at Golden State, 9, TNT

* If necessary

NBA playoff schedule 05/13/16 [Last modified: Friday, May 13, 2016 11:38pm]
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