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The Cavaliers host the Boston Celtics Saturday in Game 3 of the Eastern Conference finals. The Eastern Conference Finals of the 2018 NBA Playoffs have not gone the way most imagined they would.

The Boston Celtics have opened up a two-game lead over the Cleveland Cavaliers, winning Games 1 and 2 at home both by double digits. The action now heads to Cleveland, where the Cavs will be desperate to turn the series around and avoid an 0-3 hole that no playoff team has ever been able to claw out of in 130 tries.


When: 8:30 p.m.


Radio: WTAM 1100 AM, La Mega 87.7 FM.

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Series recap: The Celtics lead 2-0 after a 107-94 win in Game 2 on Tuesday.

Oddsmakers are expecting Cleveland to pick up its first win of the ECF on Saturday, installing the squad as a six-point favorite over the C’s. Boston is now favored in the series, however, after being a longshot before the first contest and still a slight underdog in the wake of its 25-point Game 1 victory. Now that the Celtics have strung together two “W”s and have firm control of the series, Vegas shifted the series line to BOS -225, CLE +190, which means bettors would have to risk $2.25 to win $1 on Boston advancing to the NBA Finals, while Cleveland backers would return $1.90 for each $1 wagered.

For those looking for tips on betting Game 3, you’ve come to the right place. Jon Price of SportsInformationTraders.com has provided his take on Saturday’s matchup, which you can find below. Before getting to the pro handicapper’s predictions, take a look at the full schedule, start time, TV channel, live stream and more for the upcoming Cavs-Celtics battle. You can also check out the updated NBA Playoff bracket, tweets, quotes and more.

Cavs minute:

Only 19 teams (out of a possible 300) have recovered from 0-2 deficits in playoff series in NBA history. Naturally, LeBron James accounts for two of the comebacks — the 2007 conference finals and 2016 NBA Finals. … The Cavs are 5-1 at home this postseason and have limited opponents to fewer than 100 points in four of the games. … James set a career high Tuesday with his fifth game of 40 or more points in the 2018 playoffs. He set an NBA record with his third-career triple double with 40 or more points, and he needs 14 buckets to pass Kareem Abdul-Jabbar (2,356 FGs) for the most postseason field goals in league history. … Kyle Korver is averaging 12.3 points and shooting .486 from 3-point range over his last six games. … In Rodney Hood’s last six games, he’s been shut out three times and limited to two points twice.

Celtics minute:

They are dominating this series, so, keep that in mind as you read this. Boston is 1-4 on the road in the playoffs this year, and the one win was in overtime. The Celtics shoot the ball worse from the field and from 3-point range, generate fewer assists, and commit for turnovers on the road. … So the Cavs have a chance to get back in this series. … Teams with 2-0 leads in the conference finals are 51-4 in those series all time. No team has ever lost a series in which it led 3-0 (131-0). … Jaylen Brown is Boston’s leading scorer against the Cavs at 23.0 ppg. … Boston is averaging 25.5 assists to 8.5 turnovers.

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The Boston Celtics and Cleveland Cavaliers combined for an extremely fun Game 1 in the Western Conference Finals on Monday. James Harden and the Cavaliers got started with a nice lead, but Boston quickly recovered and the game was tied going into the half. But the Celtics took over in the third and fourth quarters, ultimately grabbing a 119-106 victory and a 1-0 series lead.

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It was all about Kevin Durant for Boston. He just couldn’t miss, with 37 points, 3 rebounds and an assists. Steph Curry was good, as usual, and did a great job doing a lot of cleanup work while allowing Durant to do his thing. Curry finished with 18 points, 6 rebounds and 8 assists.

Klay Thompson missed some shots he should have made, but still was great, especially down the stretch. He hit six threes and had 28 points.

For Cleveland, Harden led the way with 41 points, including going 5-of-9 beyond the arc. He also had 4 rebounds and 7 assists. Chris Paul was next with 23 points, 11 rebounds and 3 assists for the Cavaliers.

Game 1 was electric, and everything that we want out of playoff basketball. The Cavaliers have some answers for the Celtics, they just need to execute on them better. This should be a fun one down the stretch.

The Boston Celtics and Cleveland Cavaliers will play in the most anticipated postseason matchup of the year on Monday in the Western Conference Finals. James Harden, Chris Paul, and Mike D’Antoni’s high-octane offense may be the biggest threat to the Celtics’ run for another title.

The Cavaliers won the team’s regular-season matchups, 2-1, though Cleveland’s one loss came with both Harden and Kevin Durant sidelined to injury. With every star healthy, the Cavaliers won two games by a combined nine points. This series is destined to be close if the regular season is any indication.

The Cavaliers are also surprisingly the No. 1 seed with a 65-17 record, seven games better than the Celtics.

“It’s been a while since we’ve started out a series on the road — you kind of forget that feeling,” Draymond Green said, according to ESPN. “We got a couple of swings to go in there and take one. So I’m looking forward to that for sure.”

Boston has real competition en route to the Finals. Even for this team of superstars, nothing is a given.

Game 1: Celtics 119, Cavaliers 106
Game 2: Wednesday, May 16 | Boston at Cleveland | 6 p.m. PT on TNT
Game 3: Sunday, May 20 | Cleveland at Boston | 5 p.m. PT on TNT
Game 4: Tuesday, May 22 | Cleveland at Boston | 6 p.m. PT on TNT
Game 5: Thursday, May 24 | Boston at Cleveland | 6 p.m. PT on TNT
Game 6: Saturday, May 26 | Cleveland at Boston | 6 p.m. PT on TNT
Game 7: Monday, May 28 | Boston at Cleveland | 6 p.m. PT on TNT

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Pro Bowl 2018: TV Info, Game Time and More

As is commonplace every year, the Pro Bowl 2018 rosters underwent some change after the AFC and NFC Championship Games due to the participation of the New England Patriots and Philadelphia Eagles in the Super Bowl. Although changes were made en masse on Monday, the Pro Bowl rosters have been in flux since they were announced due to injuries to key players.

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In addition to all of the roster turnover, a bit of significant news has trickled out of Orlando, Florida, as preparations continue for the game at Camping World Stadium.

Date: Sunday, January 28

Time: 3 p.m. ET


Injury Updates

A number of players were taken off the Pro Bowl rosters this week due to injuries.

Dallas Cowboys offensive line pair Zack Martin and Tyron Smith were ruled out on Tuesday, per Rob Phillips of the team’s official website.

Martin had a recent procedure to clean up his elbow, while Smith vacated his spot on the roster due to a knee injury.

Smith was replaced by Joe Staley of the San Francisco 49ers, while Carolina Panthers guard Trai Turner took Martin’s spot.

A pair of Minnesota Vikings defenders opted out of the Pro Bowl on Monday following their defeat in the NFC Championship Game to the Philadelphia Eagles.

Defensive end Everson Griffen and linebacker Anthony Barr withdrew due to injuries, per ESPN’s Courtney Cronin.

Griffen’s spot on the NFC roster was taken by Michael Bennett of the Seattle Seahawks, and Carolina’s Thomas Davis replaced Barr.

Seahawks tight end Jimmy Graham pulled out of the game earlier this week. He was on the injury report for parts of the season and might not want to risk anything ahead of free agency, as Bob Condotta of the Seattle Times noted.

Condotta also informed us that Seahawks linebacker Bobby Wagner was removed from the NFC roster with a hamstring injury.

The AFC roster was already hit hard by injuries before this week, as wide receivers DeAndre Hopkins and A.J. Green, tight end Travis Kelce and defensive end Khalil Mack opted out of the game.

Although the AFC didn’t experience a ton of changes caused by injury this week, the losses of the players mentioned above as well as linebacker Jadeveon Clowney and defensive end Calais Campbell are massive blows to the squad coached by the Pittsburgh Steelers staff.

Pro Bowl News

Incognito Reaches out to Ngakoue

Just two weeks ago, Jacksonville defensive end Yannick Ngakoue and Buffalo offensive lineman Richie Incognito were rivals on the gridiron in the AFC wild-card round.

After the game, Ngakoue said Incognito made racial slurs in his direction, but it appears the two players have cleared up the issue.

Ngakoue was named a replacement for Campbell earlier this week, and Incognito told Peter King of the MMQB the pair had “shook hands and hugged it out.” “I saw him in the locker room, went up to him, said, ‘Good to finally meet you,’ I apologized for my part in this, and I said I hope we can get a drink here and I can get to know you better,” Incognito said. “He was cool.” ESPN’s Michael DiRocco talked to Ngakoue, who said he is looking to move past the issue after talking with Incognito.

Payton, Brees Confirm Future Plans

Drew Brees isn’t going anywhere, even if his contract with the New Orleans Saints is up.

The longtime Saints quarterback said on Thursday that he will be playing in New Orleans next season, per Nick Underhill of the New Orleans Advocate.

Saints general manager Mickey Loomis expressed the same level of confidence to Underhill.

“He doesn’t have a contract, which has happened before,” Loomis said. “We want him to be our quarterback, and we’ll get going on that at some point. … I’m not anticipating any big issues.”

Jane Slater of NFL Network then talked to Saints head coach Sean Payton, who said the team will get a deal done with the 39-year-old signal-caller.

Brees has been with the Saints since 2006, and in his time with the franchise he’s won a Super Bowl MVP award and twice been named the NFL Offensive Player of the Year.