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Cavaliers tie up Eastern Conference Finals

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LeBron has scored over 40 points in six games during this postseason.

Boston Celtics v Cleveland Cavaliers - Game Four Photo by Gregory Shamus/Getty Images

It may not be Spurs ball to talk about the Cavaliers vs. the Celtics, so if it helps, think of it as George Hill vs. Aron Baynes. But the series that was a first glance looking like LeBron’s first exit ticket since Phil Jackson and Doc Rivers re-enacted the classic Lakers/Celtics rivalry in 2010 has taken a turn and the Celtics head back to Boston with the series tied and James’ bad moon on the rise.

Will the Celtics be able to recreate the magic of their first two home games? Or has LeBron James turned the page and determined this series as good as over?

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