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Horford: Dellavedova 'has got to learn'

Al Horford was ejected on Sunday after he and Matthew Dellavedova got tangled up. Is he a dirty player? "He's got to learn that at the end of the day, it's a big brotherhood here."

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LeBron serves up a facial

Before he was limping in overtime of Game 3, LeBron James was leaping in regulation, throwing down this massive dunk over a pair of Hawks defenders.

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LeBron's line one of a kind

It took a career-high 37 shots but LeBron James finished with 37 points along with 18 rebounds and 13 assists Sunday night. He is the first player in NBA history with that many points, rebounds and assists in a postseason game. (via Elias)

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Milestone night for LeBron James

On Sunday night, LeBron James ...

  • Passed Jason Kidd for second-most playoff triple-doubles (12).
  • Tied Kareem Abdul-Jabbar for third-most 30-point playoff games (75).
  • Passed Karl Malone for sixth on career playoff points list (4,782).

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Dave McMenamin @mcten

Natalie Merchant's "These are days to remember" is playing on the radio of one of the workers in The Q as I walk out at 3:52 am. Sure are.

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"I felt like it was mind over matter” -An exhausted LeBron James, who finished Game 3 with 37 points, 18 rebounds and 13 assists despite suffering in-game injuries. [Credit: Gregory Shamus/Getty Images]

LeBron leads Cavs to victory

LeBron James missed his first 10 shots of the game. Then he took over, finishing with 37 points, 18 rebounds, 13 assists and a pair of clutch baskets in overtime to lead the Cavaliers to a win and a commanding 3-0 lead in the conference finals.

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LeBron serves up a facial

Before he was limping in overtime, LeBron James was leaping in regulation, throwing down this massive dunk over a pair of Hawks defenders.

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Horford ejected in Hawks' loss

Al Horford was ejected late in the first half for throwing an elbow at Matthew Dellavedova. Horford said after the game: "I did think he went at me, but I should've handled it better. I shouldn't have got caught up in that."

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Dave McMenamin @mcten

LeBron literally dropped the mic at the end of that press conference. Although I think it was unintentional

LeBron looking ahead to Game 4

"Our coaching staff will give us a game plan, and it's up to us to go out and execute it. ... If we come in with our defensive mindset that we've had the whole playoffs so far, we'll have a chance to advance."

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Horford on Dellavedova

Al Horford said of the Cavs' Matthew Dellavedova: "He's a player that plays hard, but there's gotta be a line at some point. ... He's gotta learn that at the end of the day it's a big brotherhood here, guys look out for each other."

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LeBron on cramping issues

LeBron James, when asked if his troubles tonight were similar to the ones he experienced in Game 1 of the Finals last year: "It's the same thing. I played to exhaustion. I play hard and I give my teammates and I give myself as much as I can give, and sometimes the body shuts down at times."

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