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The Boston Celtics defeated the Cleveland Cavaliers 111-108 Sunday evening at Quicken Loans Arena.
Game 3 of the Western Conference Finals was closer than Game 2, but the result was the same as Golden State cruised to a 120-108 victory at the AT&T Center in San Antonio.
No series is done until a team has won four games but the Eastern Conference Finals may be over before it even gets to Cleveland for Game 3.
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A week off between rounds did not impact the Cleveland Cavaliers on Wednesday as they had little difficulty in defeating the Celtics in Boston.
With Kawhi Leonard out for Game 2 on Tuesday evening, the San Antonio Spurs started their match-up with the Golden State Warriors at a significant disadvantage.
The Boston Celtics had an unlikely hero to advance to the Eastern Conference Finals, with Kelly Olynyk leading a 115-105 victory over the Washington Wizards at TD Garden.