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Monday, May 05, 2008

Cavs to face Celtics in Semifinals

The Cleveland Cavaliers will face the Boston Celtics in the Eastern Conference Semifinals thanks to Boston's Game #7 win over the Atlanta Hawks. Ohio Sports Time will bring coverage of the Cavs/Celtics series over at OhioSportsTime.com.

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    Friendly ghosts of postseasons past seemed to float down from the Garden rafters as the Boston Celtics regained a measure of their mystique by advancing to the Eastern Conference finals with a tense 97-92 semifinal win against the Cleveland Cavaliers in Game 7.
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