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12:00 pm, October 31
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12:00 pm, October 31
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4:00 pm, October 31
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4:00 pm, October 31
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7:30 pm, October 31
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7:30 pm, October 31
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8:00 pm, October 31

CAVS RALLY TO BEAT CELTICS

Lebron James had 41 points, Kyrie Irving added 27 points and rookie Joe Harris shut down Rajon Rondo as the Cavaliers came down from letting up 42 in the third to only letting up 20 in the fourth and winning 122-121. “We had a couple of different options,” Celtics coach Brad Stevens said. “(Rondo) had a good matchup, but Joe Harris did a nice job on him.” The min takeaway from this game is the resilience of this Cleveland team. After being down 17 points heading into the final frame the Cavs found a way to win. “That’s quite a homecoming,” said Cleveland coach David Blatt, who grew up in nearby Framingham. “I thought Boston played great basketball for three quarters (and) we waited a long time to get it in gear defensively.”

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