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The Cavaliers complete a first-round series sweep after winning a heated battle in Boston over the Celtics.
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The Mets ace is 4-0 and looks as good through four 2015 starts as he did in the first 36 starts of his career.
The Nets shut the Hawks down in just about every way possible. And Brook Lopez made a major impact on both ends of the floor.
The San Antonio Spurs gave true meaning to home-court advantage with a 100-73 win against the Los Angeles Clippers in Game 3. The 27-point loss is the largest in Clippers postseason history.
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