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Cavaliers Look To Keep Rolling, Host Celtics

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        Cleveland is off to a 4-0 start, and the 3-1 World Series choke of the Indians has to be on the minds of Cavs players, just mere months after they mounted a comeback from down 3-1 in the NBA Finals themselves. Luckily, for them, they are facing a Boston side that will be without Jae Crowder, and prized offseason addition, Al Horford, due to injury concerns.

        A potential NBA-Finals preview, the game should be pretty one sided, however, watching Isaiah Thomas and Kyrie Irving go head to head will be fun.


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