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Cavaliers 3, Bulls 1

Game 1: Cavaliers 96, Bulls 83

Game 2: Cavaliers 112, Bulls 102

Game 3: Bulls 108, Cavaliers 106

Sunday: Cavaliers 121, Bulls 98

Tuesday: at Cleveland, 8, TNT

Thursday: at Chicago, TBD*

Saturday: at Cleveland, TBD*

Magic 3, Bobcats 0

Game 1: Magic 98, Bobcats 89

Game 2: Magic 92, Bobcats 77

Game 3: Magic 90, Bobcats 86

Tonight: at Charlotte, 8, TNT

Wednesday: at Orlando, TBD*

Friday: at Charlotte, TBD*

May 2: at Orlando, TBD*

Hawks 2, Bucks 1

Game 1: Hawks 102, Bucks 92

Game 2: Hawks 96, Bucks 86

Game 3: Bucks 107, Hawks 89

Tonight: at Milwaukee, 8:30, NBA

Wednesday: at Atlanta, TBD

Friday: at Milwaukee, TBD*

May 2: at Atlanta, TBD*

Celtics 3, Heat 1

Game 1: Celtics 85, Heat 76

Game 2: Celtics 106, Heat 77

Game 3: Celtics 100, Heat 98

Sunday: Heat 101, Celtics 92

Tuesday: at Boston, TBD

Thursday: at Miami, TBD*

Saturday: at Boston, TBD*


Lakers 2, Thunder 2

Game 1: Lakers 87, Thunder 79

Game 2: Lakers 95, Thunder 92

Game 3: Thunder 101, Lakers 96

Game 4: Thunder 110, Lakers 89

Tues.: at Los Angeles, 10:30, TNT

Friday: at Oklahoma City, TBD

May 2: at Los Angeles, TBD*

Spurs 3, Mavericks 1

Game 1: Mavs 100, Spurs 94

Game 2: Spurs 102, Mavs 88

Game 3: Spurs 94, Mavs 90

Sunday: Spurs 92, Mavs 89

Tuesday: at Dallas, TBD

Thursday: at San Antonio, TBD*

Saturday: at Dallas, TBD*

Suns 2, Trail Blazers 2

Game 1: Blazers 105, Suns 100

Game 2: Suns 119, Blazers 90

Game 3: Suns 108, Blazers 89

Game 4: Blazers 96, Suns 87

Tonight: at Phoenix, 10:30, TNT

Thursday: at Portland, TBD

Saturday: at Phoenix, TBD*

Jazz 3, Nuggets 1

Game 1: Nuggets 126, Jazz 113

Game 2: Jazz 114, Nuggets 111

Game 3: Jazz 105, Nuggets 93

Sunday: Jazz 117, Nuggets 106

Wednesday: at Denver, TBD

Friday: at Utah, TBD*

May 2: at Denver, TBD*

* If necessary

NBA playoffs schedule 04/24/10 [Last modified: Monday, April 26, 2010 12:29am]
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