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James and Pavlovic Are Cleared To Play Tonight

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Team doctors cleared James to play in Game 6 after he suffered a minor injury to his right knee when he banged it on a chair late in the fourth quarter Wednesday. Brown said Sasha Pavlovic had an MRI on his bruised right wrist. The test showed no injury, and

Lebron is cleared to play friday

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LeBron James hurt his right knee in Wednesday’s game while scrambling for a loose ball with Kidd. He is clear to play game 6 in New Jersey on Friday. James’ knee isn’t his only worry. His girlfriend, Savannah Brinson, who is eight months pregnant with James’ second son required medical

Cavs Defensless Effort Cut Their Lead

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The Nets outplayed the Cavaliers thoroughly in a 96-85 Game 3 victory Saturday at Continental Airlines Arena. Kidd had 23 points, 13 rebounds and 14 assists for his 11th career postseason triple-double. Carter and Jefferson also had 23 points apiece as all of the so-called “Big Three” were reasonably on

Rebound Or Go Home

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That’s what coach Lawrence Frank laid out for the Nets the past two days in preparing them for what has to be considered a must-win Game 3 on Saturday at the Continental Airlines Arena. “f the rebounds don’t change, it’s going to be tough for us to win,” Frank said

How About Our Cavaliers?

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For some reason, the Cavaliers are under the radar this playoffs season. No  body is talking about them. Two of the four games in the first round were played on NBA TV. Ok… the Wizards were without their stars and most of the sports “experts” said the Cavaliers will lose

Nets Rethink Their Strategy

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After their 102-92 loss in Game 2 on Tuesday night, the Nets have two days to practice — they were given yesterday off. That should give Frank enough time to come up with some schemes to improve their rebounding. Cleveland is outrebounding them 39-12 on the offensive side and is

David Stern at the Q

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David Stern, the NBA commisioner watched the Cavaliers beat the Nets at the Q last night. Stern has been making the rounds during the playoffs. He already has visited Utah, Golden State, Denver, Washington, Toronto, Detroit and New Jersey. Stern sat down with reporters before the game started and answered

It’s Cavs vs Nets

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Finally it is know for sure who the Cavaliers will play in the Second Round. The NBA released the second round schedule and it will look like this: Game 1 – Sunday, NJ at Cavs, 1 p.m., ABC Game 2 – Tuesday, NJ at Cavs, 8 p.m., TNT Game 3