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28 Apr 2015 at 1:41pm
Cleveland's ''Big 3'' has been reduced to a twosome for the rest of the playoffs. Cavaliers forward Kevin Love has ''extensive'' damage in his left shoulder and will likely miss the remainder of the postseason. Cavs general manager David Griffin said Tuesday the team is not expecting Love to return in the playoffs, one day after Cleveland announced one of their top players would miss at least the next series. I've still got a sliver of hope very late, but highly unlikely.'' Love, acquired by the Cavs last summer in a trade to join LeBron James and Kyrie Irving, was injured in Sunday's series-sweeping win over Boston when he got tangled with Celtics center Kelly Olynyk while chasing a loose ball.

28 Apr 2015 at 12:23pm
On Monday, we learned that Kevin Love would "be unavailable for" the entire Eastern Conference semifinals after suffering a dislocated left shoulder midway through the first quarter of the Cleveland Cavaliers' series-clinching Game 4 win over the Boston Celtics. On Tuesday, Cavs general manager David Griffin told reporters he expected the three-time All-Star power forward to be sidelined for a lot longer than that: [ Follow Dunks Don't Lie on Tumblr: The best slams from all of basketball] David Griffin says its "highly unlikely" that Kevin Love returns at any point during the playoffs. ? Dave McMenamin (@mcten) April 28, 2015 #Cavs GM David Griffin says Kevin Love likely done for season, shoulder extensively damaged. ? Tom Withers (@twithersAP) April 28, 2015 Griffin says surgery possible for Love. #Cavs ? Tom Withers (@twithersAP) April 28, 2015 That timeline for Love's recovery from his shoulder injury ? in medical parlance, an "acute anterior inferior glenohumeral dislocation with the corresponding ligament/labrum tearing and humeral head bone bruising," according to the Cavs' Monday evening update ? obviously far exceeds previous reported estimates that he might miss a couple of weeks, and falls more in line with the dire picture painted by Jeff Stotts of injury-focused blog In Street Clothes : The return to play time following shoulder dislocation appears to be dependent on the amount of damage to the surrounding tissues, particularly the labrum. If the tear is small and the instability is minimal, general rehab can improve the area with a focus on improving the musculature surrounding the joint. Surgery may still be warranted down the road but it can be delayed. Still the associated pain and swelling often requires time to heal. Additionally, even if this ends up being an option for Love, the risk for re-injury would be considerable for the remainder of the postseason. A significant labrum tear would likely require immediate surgery and force Love to miss a substantial amount of time. Stotts' injury database, which covers the past 3 1/2 years , includes "18 in-season injuries classified as complete dislocations." Fourteen of those 18 players missed at least 10 games following their injuries, with eight requiring surgical repair. It sounds like Love's going to join their number. Griffin wouldn't slam the door completely ? ?I still have a sliver of hope for something very late, but highly unlikely,? he said, according to Jason Lloyd of the Akron Beacon Journal ? but that seems to be one awfully slim sliver, according to this follow-up from Bleacher Report national NBA writer Howard Beck: To be clear, source adds: There's virtually zero chance Love plays again this postseason, even if Cavs make the Finals. ? Howard Beck (@HowardBeck) April 28, 2015 As I wrote Monday night , the Cavaliers offense has been lights out with Love and middling without him this season. But due to his steady presence in the Cavaliers lineup this season ? 75 appearances, more than 2,500 minutes, despite dealing with recurring lower back issues ? there haven't been many opportunities for Cleveland to test-drive lineup combinations without him and find solutions that might minimize the loss of his spacing, rebounding and playmaking; Cleveland could well have some viable answers in-house that just haven't needed to be explored just yet. One particularly enticing adjustment: four-time MVP LeBron James sliding from small forward to power forward, as he did so successfully during the Miami Heat's runs to the NBA finals. Small-ball lineups featuring James at the four necessitate deploying an additional wing player at the three, which helps replace Love's shooting and floor-spacing while allowing LeBron to work out of the post, hunt double-teams and orchestrate the Cleveland offense from the block.

28 Apr 2015 at 1:17am
The Milwaukee Bucks insisted this playoff series was about more than just showing up, taking their beating and learning from it. Michael Carter-Williams had 22 points and nine assists, Khris Middleton scored 21 points, and the Bucks avoided elimination again with a 94-88 victory over the Chicago Bulls on Monday night in Game 5 of their first-round playoff series. With a 3-2 lead, the Bulls will try to close it out again Thursday at Milwaukee. ''A lot of people look at it as house money,'' Bucks coach Jason Kidd said.

28 Apr 2015 at 1:05am
Milwaukee's Michael Carter-Williams scored eight of his 22 points in the fourth quarter as the Bucks again fended off elimination with a 94-88 NBA playoff win over the Chicago Bulls. Carter-Williams connected on 10 of 15 shots from the floor, handed out nine assists and grabbed eight rebounds for the Bucks, who narrowed the gap in their best-of-seven Eastern Conference first-round series to three-games-to-two. The young Bucks team had stayed alive with a game-four victory over the Bulls thanks to a buzzer-beating layup by Jerryd Bayless.

28 Apr 2015 at 12:37am
Check out the recaps of Monday's three games when the Hawks, Bulls and Grizzlies all stumbled. C.J. McCollum was a hero for the Blazers.

28 Apr 2015 at 12:17am
If the Golden State Warriors are worried about a week off disrupting their rhythm, they sure have a strange way of showing it. Coach Steve Kerr played golf as soon as he got back to the Bay Area. Klay Thompson, Draymond Green and several assistant coaches watched the Santa Cruz Warriors win the NBA Development League championship. The Warriors have plenty of time to tend to other matters.

27 Apr 2015 at 10:36pm
CHICAGO ? The Milwaukee Bucks would seem to be playing with figurative house money, leaping from the worst record in the NBA to a playoff berth within a year, working with what used to a be a 3-0 playoff deficit in the team?s first round series against the Bulls, free and easy and bereft of complication. Not so, according to Bucks coach Jason Kidd. Milwaukee pulled closer to Chicago with a 94-88 win on Monday evening , setting the series at 3-2 as it heads back to Milwaukee. According to the first-year Bucks coach, his team is hardly playing as if little matters in its showdown with Chicago?s championship contender. ?We?re not playing for the people,? Kidd reminded after Game 5, ?we?re playing for each other.? Slightly annoyed by the insinuation that his team has little to lose in its surprise first round showing, Kidd reminded the press that the Milwaukee Bucks ?have everything to lose.? They?re certainly playing like it. The Bucks? length harassed the Bulls into a miserable shooting performance in Game 5, as Chicago managed to hit just 34 percent of its shots. Milwaukee?s perimeter panache also extended beyond the three-point line, as Chicago missed 4-22 deep flings in the loss. A solid chunk of those attempts were enviable looks, but that hardly takes away from the idea that Milwaukee forced what should have been the series and game favorite into shots the underdog wanted them to toss up. ?This is our reality,? Bulls coach Tom Thibodeau noted following the loss. ?We?ve been shooting the three great, tonight we went 4-22. It?s a make or miss league.? The Bulls entered Monday shooting 41 percent from long range, an impressive mark (third amongst 16 postseason teams) against any defense, but exceedingly impressive against a Bucks team that came through with a top five defense all year while holding opponents to the eighth-worst three-point percentage during the regular season. On the other end, second-year Bucks guard Michael Williams-Carter was a revelation ? and it was about damn time. The 2014 Rookie of the Year, acquired in February in a somewhat shocking trade deadline deal, entered Game 5 hitting just 38 percent of his shots against the Bulls in spite of working up against two lacking defenders in Derrick Rose and Aaron Brooks. Rose and 2014 All-Defensive team member Jimmy Butler could not keep MCW out of the lane in Monday?s Milwaukee win, however, as Carter-Williams scored all 10 of his field goals (in 15 attempts) in the paint. He added eight rebounds and nine assists for good measure. Carter-Williams also overcame a sprained right ankle in the second half, and though he missed five of six shots in the fourth quarter, his defense down the stretch helped keep Bulls guard Derrick Rose from taking over late. Rose was particularly awful in this loss. He missed 15 of 20 field goals while trying to work through Milwaukee?s length, two of his makes were desperate long two-point heaves, and Rose shot and missed all seven of his three-point attempts. His defense was poor, and he turned the ball over six times. Rose?s backcourt mate Jimmy Butler played nearly the entire game, and while it didn?t exactly show as he loped up and down the court with his typical sprightly verve, his 5-21 shooting mark helped Milwaukee pull away. Butler managed 10 rebounds (he also tipped a few more out to helpers like Rose and Pau Gasol) and notched a tied-for-team high six assists. Bulls big man Joakim Noah was the other Chicago contributor that finished with six six assists, but in spite of a solid-shooting first half he missed two needed layups in the second half that helped Milwaukee keep the Bulls at arm?s length. Bulls coach Tom Thibodeau maintained that he ?thought Jo was solid? following the loss, but it?s clear that Noah is not at full strength. Even his first half makes were tough shots tossed in well below the win. Thibodeau once again failed to think on his feet in attempting to cobble together quick rotation changes to stem Milwaukee?s lengthy tide. Chicago could have had this win and closed the series on Thursday, but these Bucks need to be credited. Not just for playing until the final week of April (and possibly beyond) after a miserable 2013-14, either, as the Bucks earned their way into that 3-2 deficit ? nearly taking Game 3 at home while dominating long stretches of Games 4 and 5. Reserve Buck big man John Henson notched a killer 14 rebounds in just under 23 bench minutes, and while he only blocked one shot in the win he changed seemingly every other Bulls look in the second half. Giannis Antetokounmpo blocked four shots and kept both Rose and Butler?s head on a swivel even though he wasn?t directly charged with guarding either. Third-year Bucks swingman Khris Middleton was a vocal leader on both ends, conferring with his head coach on several defensive sets, while veterans O.J. Mayo and Jerryd Bayless overcame a combined 2-10 shooting night to effectively play the heel defensively. This is what upstarts do. And though Kidd was unconvincing in attempting to influence onlookers that his Bucks weren?t playing fancy-free due to the 3-0 and then 3-1 series setting, it?s hard not to believe this young brand of Bucks aren?t thriving now that the pressure is off. It?s on now, though. These Bucks have a legitimate chance to take the next two games and win this series. It will be fascinating to see how they react while well aware of their own, particular, reality. - - - - - - - Kelly Dwyer is an editor for Ball Don't Lie on Yahoo Sports. Have a tip? Email him at KDonhoops@yahoo.com or follow him on Twitter! Follow @KDonhoops

27 Apr 2015 at 10:09pm
Highlights of Monday's National Basketball Association playoff games: - - - Nets 120, Hawks 115 (OT) Rookie guard Bojan Bogdanovic hit the go-ahead three-pointer with 85 seconds left in overtime, and the Brooklyn Nets evened their Eastern Conference quarter-final series with a 120-115 victory over the Atlanta Hawks on Monday. The best-of-seven series is tied at two games apiece heading to Game five on Wednesday in Atlanta. The Washington Wizards, who swept their first-round series against the Toronto Raptors, await the Hawks-Nets winner. Point guard Deron Williams led the Nets with 35 points.

27 Apr 2015 at 8:02pm
Now that the dust's settled, we can start picking through the fallout from Sunday's wild Game 4 between the Cleveland Cavaliers and the Boston Celtics, which sent the C's home for the summer and will send the Cavs into the second round without two-fifths of the starting lineup that torched the league over the last three months of the regular season. [ Follow Dunks Don't Lie on Tumblr: The best slams from all of basketball] The Cavaliers announced Monday that power forward Kevin Love "will be unavailable for" the entire Eastern Conference semifinals after suffering a dislocated left shoulder midway through the first quarter of Game 4, and that an update on his status beyond that ? provided the Cavs make it beyond that, that is ? "will be determined over the next several days." The NBA later announced that Cavaliers guard J.R. Smith has been suspended for two games for striking Boston's Jae Crowder in the face during the third quarter of Game 4; that the Celtics' Kelly Olynyk has been suspended for one game for his role in Love's shoulder dislocation; and that Cleveland center Kendrick Perkins had been fined $15,000 for his illegal screen on and subsequent shove of Crowder during the second quarter. (Perk had initially been assessed a flagrant foul-1. That was upgraded to a flagrant-2 upon further review, leading to the assessment of the fine.) Let's start with the biggest-ticket item first. Here's the first-quarter tangle between Love and Olynyk on which Love sustained his shoulder injury: Love said after the game that there was "no doubt in [his] mind" that Olynyk purposely locked onto and yanked his arm to prevent him from retrieving a contested rebound, terming it a "bush-league play." Olynyk later denied intending to injure Love , noting that the Cleveland forward "locked my arm up" first, and that the interior scuffle was the kind of play that happens all the time in NBA games without anything significant coming of it: "If you get tangled up and he doesn?t dislocate his shoulder, there?s nothing dirty ever said or anything. It?s just a foul." That's probably right, but Love did dislocate his shoulder, which is probably why Olynyk's going to wind up missing the first game of next season. Whether you think it's odd that Olynyk seemed to receive a punishment based less on his action than on its result, or that he only got one game for making what most observers agree was at the very least not a particularly cool play, likely depends on A) whether or not you've got personal experience with getting armbarred in pursuit of a rebound and B) your feelings toward fellas in green-and-white uniforms. The Cavs' Monday evening update has more details on Love's condition: His shoulder was assessed, reduced in the locker room, immobilized and he did not return to the game. X-rays and a MRI have been performed, as well as further evaluation at Cleveland Clinic Sports Health today by Cavaliers head team physician Dr. Richard D. Parker and Dr. Mark Schickendantz. Evaluation and imaging have defined the extent of the injury: an acute anterior inferior glenohumeral dislocation with the corresponding ligament/labrum tearing and humeral head bone bruising. Currently, Love is undergoing training room treatments while additional opinions are being obtained and treatment options being explored. That pursuit of opinions and options apparently isn't expected to get the three-time All-Star back in working order at any point in the next couple of weeks, removing a valuable floor-spacer, rebounder and supplementary playmaker from the high-powered offensive attack that Cleveland rode to 53 wins and the No. 2 seed in the Eastern Conference. Much was made of Love's individual decline this year. The former Minnesota Timberwolves superstar's scoring average dropped by nearly 10 points per game in his first season in Cleveland. He posted the worst full-season shooting percentage and lowest rebounding percentage of his career, and the share of team offensive possessions on which he notched an assist during Year 1 in Cleveland was cut in half from his final season in the Twin Cities. He seemed frequently to struggle with operating as a third or fourth option, working off the ball on the perimeter and waiting for his chances rather than getting the ball early and often and being counted on to create them himself.This led to year-long questions about fitting in and fitting out , the status of the relationship between Love and LeBron James, and reports that Love's frustrations with the setup in Cleveland could lead him to opt out of the final year of his current contract to seek opportunities elsewhere in free agency this summer. A funny thing happened amid all that rancor, though: the Cavs ranked fourth in the NBA in offensive efficiency this season, scoring an average of 107.7 points per 100 possessions, and they were five full points-per-100 better in the 2,500-plus minutes that Love was on the floor (109.5-per-100) than in the 1,400-plus minutes when he wasn't available (104.5-per-100), according to NBA.com's stat tool. Cleveland's six most frequently used five-man units during the regular season featured Love, with five outscoring the opposition by rates ranging from respectable (+3 points-per-100 for Love-LeBron-Kyrie Irving-Shawn Marion-Anderson Varejao; +3.2-per-100 for Love-Kyrie-Smith-Iman Shumpert-Tristan Thompson) to rampaging (+19.3-per-100 for the Love-LeBron-Kyrie-Smith-Timofey Mozgov starting five, +28.2-per-100 for the small-ball Love-LeBron-Irving-Marion-Thompson lineup). Even if he himself didn't always seem comfortable with his role in the offense and wasn't always confidently stepping into and knocking down the shots he did get, the sheer threat of the 6-foot-10 bomber created more room for James and Irving to operate in the half-court, helping grease the skids for dribble penetration that created all those tasty dump-offs for Mozgov dunks or kickouts for wide-open catch-and-shoot 3-pointers by J.R. His presence mattered, a trend that continued in the postseason, as Cleveland torched the Celtics to the tune of 120.5 points-per-100 with Love on the court in Round 1, compared to just 97.2 points-per-100 when he sat. No Cleveland group without Love logged more than 75 minutes this season. The one that did ? the starting lineup with reserve power forward Thompson in Love's place ?got outscored by seven points in those 75 minutes, producing points at a top-10-caliber clip (105.7 points-per-100) but hemorrhaging them on the other end (114.5-per-100, leagues below the worst full-season defensive efficiency marks in the NBA this season). Thompson's lack of shooting prowess allows opponents to plug the lane, making it more difficult for even excellent board-crashers like he and Mozgov to pull down offensive rebounds, while the lack of space and the removal of another capable playmaker helped create a spike in turnovers and opponents' points off them. Your standard small-sample-size caveats apply here, but it's worth noting that there's a reason why the Love starting lineup got 400 more minutes than this one ? it worked better, and made more sense. Making matters worse, the Cavaliers will also be without Smith, who earned himself a suspension for the second postseason in three years by lashing out during a game his team had in hand at the TD Garden. Here's his swinging backfist that caught Crowder in the cruller: Smith said after the game that he was "nervous as hell" he'd be suspended after clocking Crowder, who had barreled down the paint, crashed into Smith and leaned down on Smith's shoulder blades with his right forearm in a very physical attempt to establish rebounding position. Well, at least now he can stop worrying. Shortly after news of the suspension broke, Smith expressed his remorse via Instagram: "Not the player I want to be not the player I want my teammates [and] family to see not the person I want the fans to see but I will be better!" Smith wrote in the caption of his Instagram post . "I must be better as a player [and] as a Person! #TheLand It's a sweet sentiment and all, but ... well, we've been herebefore, J.R. Also: that's two times in three years that JR Smith has hurt his team by getting suspended in the postseason. ? Howard Beck (@HowardBeck) April 27, 2015 And that, folks, is why JR Smith had so little value on the trade market, and why the Knicks had to include Shumpert in the deal. ? Howard Beck (@HowardBeck) April 27, 2015 Smith's reputational issues aside, his absence for Games 1 and 2 of the conference semifinals seem to constitute a significant problem for the Cavs in the here and now, because if you thought we were talking about small sample sizes in looking at Cleveland lineups without Love, things get even rougher when you look for Cavs units without Love and Smith. The most frequently used non-Love-and-Smith groups also featured Matthew Dellavedova, who made 13 starts in place of Irving due to injury. Those units met with mixed results: ? LeBron, Shumpert, Thompson, James Jones, Matthew Dellavedova: 68 total minutes spread over 15 appearances, 101.9 points scored per 100 possessions, 111.8 points allowed per 100, -9.8 net rating ? LeBron, Shumpert, Mozgov, Thompson, Dellavedova: 40 total minutes spread over 11 appearances, 105.8 points scored per 100 possessions, 66.2 points allowed per 100 possessions, +39.6 net rating ? LeBron, Shumpert, Marion, Thompson, Dellavedova: 34 total minutes spread over seven appearances, 108.8 points scored per 100 possessions, 116 points allowed per 100 possessions, -7.2 net rating The likeliest scenario for head coach David Blatt might be to start out with Thompson in place of Love and Shumpert, fresh off a strong Game 4 performance and sound work throughout the sweep in stalling Boston sparkplug Isaiah Thomas, in place of Smith. Should the matchup bear out that way, Thompson's activity on the interior could help Mozgov do battle with a burly Chicago Bulls frontcourt. While Shumpert's nowhere near the knockdown long-distance shooter that Smith's been over the course of his career, he can hit open 3s in a pinch while offering a more capable perimeter-defending option against the likes of Bulls All-Star Jimmy Butler; maybe that trade-off can help mitigate the offensive dropoff for a couple of games. But those choices could produce undesirable outcomes, too. With no fear of being burned by Thompson's shooting and less fear of Shumpert than Smith, you'd suspect the Bulls (or, to be fair, the Bucks) would load up even more heavily on Irving's drives, James' post-ups and Mozgov's interior touches, aiming to choke Cleveland's offense out on the interior.If that proves unsuccessful, Blatt figures to find himself hoping that Jones or mothballed Mike Miller can come back from the fringes of utility just enough to knock down some shots and open up some breathing room for James and Irving to operate without being roasted on the other end. Failing that, Blatt can flip the switch and slot LeBron in at the four with Shump at the three and Dellavedova alongside Irving in a two-point-guard backcourt, which could provide enough shooting to open things up for James and keep Chicago's defense honest. Then again, that'd leave Cleveland's bench awfully thin, while also perhaps marginalizing Thompson, one of the few legitimately useful reserves in the arsenal. The matchups ? especially against a seemingly healthy and surging Chicago squad ? aren't exactly appealing. Blatt knew he'd be facing a significant challenge when he accepted the offer to leave Maccabi Tel Aviv and take Cleveland's reins after four straight sub-.500 finishes. Thanks to the LeBron and Love trades, and then the Mozgov, Smith and Shumpert trades, he wound up having to deal with a much different set of issues than he initially expected. Now, though, the Cavaliers' chances of staying afloat in a second-round series and keeping their championship hopes alive could well rest on whether the combination of Blatt's lineup management and the playmaking genius of James and Irving can be strong enough to withstand a massive in-postseason shakeup. - - - - - - - Dan Devine is an editor for Ball Don't Lie on Yahoo Sports. Have a tip? Email him at devine@yahoo-inc.com or follow him on Twitter! Follow @YourManDevine Stay connected with Ball Don't Lie on Twitter @YahooBDL , "Like" BDL on Facebook and follow Dunks Don't Lie on Tumblr for year-round NBA talk, jokes and more.

27 Apr 2015 at 7:01pm
The Cavaliers will move forward in the NBA playoffs without Kevin Love and with their title hopes shaken. Cleveland's starting forward has been ruled out for the team's next playoff series - and perhaps longer - after dislocating his left shoulder in Sunday's win to sweep the Boston Celtics. Love, playing in his first postseason as a pro, got hurt when he got tangled with Celtics forward Kelly Olynyk while chasing a loose ball in the first quarter. It's a potentially devastating blow to the Cavs, who are likely to face Chicago in the second round.

27 Apr 2015 at 6:24pm
Cleveland big man Kevin Love will miss the second round of the NBA playoffs with a dislocated left shoulder, the Cavaliers said Monday. Love was hurt in the first quarter of Sunday's first-round series-clinching win over Boston when he tangled with Celtics forward Kelly Olynyk as the two players battled for a loose ball.

27 Apr 2015 at 12:49pm

27 Apr 2015 at 1:44am
A win at the buzzer kept the Milwaukee Bucks alive in the playoffs for at least one more game. If the rebuilding blueprint goes according to plan in Milwaukee, the impact of the rousing victory over the Chicago Bulls in Game 4 could last for years to come. The postseason has been a lesson in perseverance for the young, feisty Bucks - a microcosm of sorts for the rest of the year. This season has already been a success, regardless of what happens in Game 5 on Monday in Chicago.

27 Apr 2015 at 1:37am
At age 37, Paul Pierce is having a grand ol' time on this playoff run with the Washington Wizards. So before turning his attention to whoever his team's second-round Eastern Conference opponent will be in a week or more - either No. 1 seed Atlanta or No. 8 Brooklyn - Pierce wanted to relish Washington's sweep of the Toronto Raptors. So within a couple of hours after the Wizards completed the franchise's first 4-0 win in a best-of-seven series by beating Toronto 125-94 on Sunday night, Pierce's Twitter and Facebook accounts were in full troll mode, replete with doctored photos. One showed an image of Pierce sitting on the iconic ''Game of Thrones'' iron-sword seat, under the headline ''King in the North,'' a play off the Raptors' ''We the North'' slogan.

27 Apr 2015 at 1:20am
The Grizzlies and Bulls head into their games Monday night in complete control of their respective series, needing just one more victory to advance to the next round. Just ask the Cleveland Cavaliers. The Cavs completed a sweep of the Boston Celtics on Sunday, but lost Kevin Love to an injury and may be without J.R. Smith when their second-round series begins after he was ejected for hitting Jae Crowder. ''Everything is on Monday,'' said LaMarcus Aldridge, whose Trail Blazers are down 3-0 to the Grizzlies.

26 Apr 2015 at 11:27pm
(Adds late games) April 26 (The Sports Xchange) - Highlights of Sunday's National Basketball Association playoff games: - - - Cavaliers 101, Celtics 93 Cleveland Cavaliers completed their four-game first-round sweep of Boston but suffered the potential loss of forward Kevin Love with a dislocated left shoulder. The win in a very physical game that saw Cleveland guard J.R. Smith ejected sent the second-seeded Cavs into the Eastern Conference semi-finals against the winner of the Chicago Bulls-Milwaukee Bucks series. Forward LeBron James scored 27 points, grabbed 10 rebounds and dished out eight assists as the Cavs built a 21-point halftime lead and held off a Boston charge that brought the Celtics as close as eight early in the fourth quarter. Love was injured while chasing a long rebound with Boston forward Kelly Olynyk, whose right arm locked around Love's left.

26 Apr 2015 at 9:30pm
Battered but unbowed, the Cleveland Cavaliers defeated the Boston Celtics 101-93 to reach the second round of the NBA playoffs. With 27 points, 10 rebounds and eight assists from LeBron James, the Cavs on Sunday withstood the early exit of star forward Kevin Love with a dislocated shoulder to complete a 4-0 sweep of the Celtics in the best-of-seven Eastern Conference first-round series. Love was hurt in the first quarter battling Celtics big man Kelly Olynyk, who yanked Love's left arm as they chased a loose ball.

26 Apr 2015 at 7:16pm
The Los Angeles Clippers answered their worst loss in playoff history with one of their most uplifting victories. Chris Paul had 34 points and seven assists, Blake Griffin added 20 points and 19 rebounds, and the Clippers beat the San Antonio Spurs 114-105 on Sunday to even their first-round series at two games apiece. The Clippers, who bounced back from a 100-73 loss in Game 3, host Game 5 on Tuesday. Los Angeles coach Doc Rivers said the team's ''spirit'' was broken during that lopsided loss, but he didn't coddle his players during a two-hour film session Saturday.

26 Apr 2015 at 5:16pm
Kevin Love dislocated his left shoulder Sunday on what he said was a ''bush-league'' play. Cleveland's power forward was injured in the first quarter of the Cavaliers' 101-93 victory that completed a four-game sweep when he and Boston's Kelly Olynyk chased a loose ball into the left corner after Jae Crowder of the Celtics missed a 3-pointer. Love then grabbed his arm and kept running toward the Cleveland bench before going to the locker room, where he iced his shoulder. ''Olynyk was in a compromising position, had no chance to get the ball, and it was just too bad that he would go to those lengths to take somebody out of a game.'' Boston coach Brad Stevens didn't think Olynyk hurt Love on purpose.

26 Apr 2015 at 4:52pm
LeBron James dribbled out the final 20 seconds while players embraced as the Cavaliers completed a sweep of the Celtics. It may have been the calmest, most congenial 20 seconds of a physical game that left two players with potentially serious injuries and Cleveland wondering if Kevin Love would be ready for the next round. One thing is certain: Love was angry after Cleveland beat Boston 101-93, a game he left midway through the first quarter Sunday with a dislocated left shoulder. Kelly Olynyk had his right arm entangled with Love's left arm - a move Love called ''bush league'' and intentional- as both went for a loose ball.

26 Apr 2015 at 4:36pm
The Cleveland Cavaliers took care of business on Sunday, earning a 101-93 win over the Boston Celtics to finish off a four-game sweep in their best-of-seven first-round playoff series. They sustained some costly damage in the process, though, losing two starters ? one to injury , the other to ejection ? during the course of a 48-minute slugfest that could have the Cavs entering Round 2 wounded and short-handed. [ Follow Dunks Don't Lie on Tumblr: The best slams from all of basketball] LeBron James scored 27 points on 10-for-24 shooting, 10 rebounds, eight assists, three steals and a block ? his NBA record 33rd career playoff game with at least 25 points, 10 rebounds and five assists ? in a game-high 46-plus minutes to lead the way. Kyrie Irving did his part, too, capping off his first career playoff series with 24 points on 8-for-19 shooting, 11 rebounds, three assists, a steal and a block in 43 minutes to propel Cleveland into a second-round matchup with the winner of the series between the Chicago Bulls and Milwaukee Bucks. Chicago holds a 3-1 lead in that series, with Milwaukee staying alive Saturday thanks to a buzzer-beating layup by guard Jerryd Bayless. Game 5 will take place Monday night in Chicago. The Cavs came out aggressive, looking to impose their will on Boston on the interior and the boards, with center Timofey Mozgov once again getting off to a hot start as Celtics defender Tyler Zeller rotated off him to help on penetration by James or Irving. With Mozgov locked in at the rim and J.R. Smith hitting a couple of early 3-pointers, the Cavs held a 19-10 lead midway through the opening quarter. The sunny start soon turned dark, though, as power forward Kevin Love suffered a shoulder injury while battling Celtics center Kelly Olynyk on this scramble for a rebound: Love would not return, limiting him to just under 5 1/2 minutes of floor time after his star turn in Game 3 . With Love unavailable, Cavs head coach David Blatt turned first to instant-energy reserve power forward Tristan Thompson, who had done tons of damage on the offensive glass against the Celtics' bigs over the previous three games. Blatt later made a somewhat unexpected addition to his frontcourt rotation, dusting off little-used veteran big man Kendrick Perkins ... who promptly made his presence felt, essentially body-blocking and shoving Celtics defender Jae Crowder (who had gotten extra physical with multiple Cavs during this series, including delivering a shot to Iman Shumpert on the previous trip up the floor) to the ground in the course of "setting a pick" for LeBron: Perkins received a flagrant foul-1 for his screen and shove, but was allowed to remain in the game; he and Crowder also received technical fouls on the play. The fracas got the TD Garden crowd plenty amped up, but didn't spark to the C's to greater on-court success. The combination of James and Irving initiating off the bounce , swarming Cavs defense and Boston missing some makeable looks ? including all eight 3-point attempts in the first half ? put the Celtics in a 21-point hole at halftime. The physicality only escalated after halftime, as Smith responded to Crowder shoving him in the lane by swinging his right fist backward, clocking Crowder on the side of the face and sending him crumpling to the ground: Smith received a flagrant foul-2 and an automatic ejection for blasting Crowder in the face. After the league office reviews the tape of the play, it seems all but certain that Smith will miss at least part of the Cavs' next series. As he fell to the floor, Crowder's left leg got caught underneath him, leading him to reach for it in pain as he collected himself on the deck. He'd be helped off the floor and back to the locker room, and would not return, with the Celtics saying he'd suffered a left knee sprain during the fall. Smith's ejection seemed to stall the Cavaliers, who shot a dismal 4-for-20 in the third quarter en route to just 13 points, by far their lowest single-quarter point total of the series. Crowder's exit, on the other hand, seemed to fuel the Celtics, who saw lead scorer Isaiah Thomas find some life get on track with an 11-point frame after missing his first 10 shots from the field. A Jared Sullinger tip-in of a missed layup by Marcus Smart drew Boston within nine heading into the fourth quarter, giving Celtics fans hope for one last push that could extend the series. It wouldn't come, though. As was the case in Game 2 , James and Irving took over for Cleveland in the fourth quarter, each scoring 10 points in the final frame. The Cavs also got a major boost from Shumpert, who added to the strong work he'd provided defensively and on the glass by attacking the basket, getting to the line six times and scoring eight of his 15 points (to go with 10 boards, three blocks and two steals) in the final 12 minutes. The Celtics mounted a valiant effort. The three-headed backcourt monster of Thomas, Bradley and Smart teaming with Sullinger to score 28 of Boston's 32 fourth-quarter points, doing their level best to stave off elimination. Thomas hit a layup with 37 seconds left cut the deficit to eight, then interfered with James' inbounds pass while he stood out-of-bounds, which the refs missed badly, to create a Bradley steal that led to a Cleveland foul and a pair of free throws that made it a two-possession game. The final-minute stand came up short, though, as an after-timeout 3-point look that Boston head coach Brad Stevens dialed up for little-used reserve Luigi Datome came up short, with Irving coming away with the rebound and heading to the line for two more foul shots to put the game out of reach. In most circumstances, a four-game first-round sweep leaves the victors elated and the vanquished deflated. In this case, though, those roles might be reversed. The Celtics come out of the defeat with plenty of optimism for the future, having taken real steps forward in the second half of the season, Stevens establishing himself as one of the league's brightest young coaching stars, and plenty of options ? as many as five first-round picks in the next two drafts , young players on movable deals and as much as $30 million in cap space this summer ? available for general manager Danny Ainge as he looks to pursue the top-flight talent that Boston will need to kick its rebuild into high gear. While Stevens and company would've preferred to win, of course, nobody in Boston's coming away from this first-round exit feeling despair about the future. On Cleveland's side, though, Game 4 sure seems like a very costly victory. Love's status for the remainder of the postseason isn't yet clear, but if the shoulder injury he suffered limits his impact or sidelines him entirely, it'll leave the Cavaliers without a major weapon and a key piece of their offense as they face off against the stiffer competition ahead. If Smith is indeed suspended for at least one game of the second round, Blatt might have to replace two members of the starting lineup that's ranked as one of the NBA's very best units since coming together in mid-January against (in all likelihood) a Bulls side that's got frontcourt depth, plenty of experience, defensive acumen and a livelier-than-many-expected version of Derrick Rose. That's hardly an ideal situation for LeBron and company. They'll have to take solace in the fact that, after taking care of their business quickly, they'll have some time to rest up and game-plan for whatever comes next. More NBA coverage: - - - - - - - Dan Devine is an editor for Ball Don't Lie on Yahoo Sports. Have a tip? Email him at devine@yahoo-inc.com or follow him on Twitter! Follow @YourManDevine Stay connected with Ball Don't Lie on Twitter @YahooBDL , "Like" BDL on Facebook and follow Dunks Don't Lie on Tumblr for year-round NBA talk, jokes and more.

26 Apr 2015 at 12:36pm
Cleveland Cavaliers power forward Kevin Love played only five minutes and 22 seconds of Game 4 of his team's first-round playoff series with the Boston Celtics on Sunday, leaving the contest after injuring his shoulder in a battle for a loose ball with Boston's Kelly Olynyk: [ Follow Dunks Don't Lie on Tumblr: The best slams from all of basketball] With just under 5 1/2 minutes remaining in the opening quarter, Love and Olynyk were scrapping for rebounding position after a missed 3-pointer by Boston's Jae Crowder. Olynyk latched onto Love's left arm as they ran away from the basket; after a couple of seconds of tangling, Love yelped in pain and instantly grabbed for his left shoulder. The referees whistled Olynyk for a loose-ball foul and Love sprinted straight off the court, back to the Cavaliers locker room. Soon after Love exited the game, ABC's Heather Cox reported that the Cavaliers said he will not return to action. Team physician Dr. Richard Parker was examining the arm, which had already been iced and wrapped. At that point, Cleveland was just calling it a "left shoulder injury," pending further examination. After the Cavaliers' 101-93 win to finish off a four-game sweep and eliminate the Celtics, though, the team confirmed that Love had dislocated his left shoulder , and that his status would be updated after "additional examination, imaging and evaluation at Cleveland Clinic Sports Health" following the team's return to Ohio. After the game, the head coaches for both teams downplayed the notion that Olynyk intentionally and maliciously went after after Love's shoulder: Stevens on Love injury: ?Can?t imagine there was any negative intent by Kelly, b/c that?s not kind of person he is, & you hope Love is OK." ? Ben Rohrbach (@brohrbach) April 26, 2015 Blatt on Love injury: ?I hope it wasn?t a play on purpose. I don?t think it?s in the character of Olynyk to do that. I hope not." ? Ben Rohrbach (@brohrbach) April 26, 2015 Love, however, made it clear that he felt Olynyk meant to do the dirty work during a postgame chat with reporters during which he had his left arm in a sling : Kevin Love: "I thought it was a bush-league play ... I have no doubt in my mind that he did it on purpose" ? Dave McMenamin (@mcten) April 26, 2015 More Kevin Love: "That's just not a basketball play ... The league will take a look at it and it better be swift and just" ? Dave McMenamin (@mcten) April 26, 2015 It's awful tough to ascribe intent, but you can certainly understand Love's frustration. It seems clear that Olynyk trapped Love's arm to prevent him from reaching for the basketball, which is something that you see bigs do to one another all the time in the fight for a rebound, but is absolutely the sort of play on which bad things can happen. Whether or not Olynyk meant to hurt Love, he did something that's against the rules specifically because stuff like this can happen when you do it; the starting point might've been different, but the endpoint is that same. Whether or not the league elects to penalize Olynyk for his role in the injury, with his team eliminated, the Celtics center won't miss any more games this season. We can't yet say the same for Love, who averaged 18.3 points, nine rebounds and three assists in 33 minutes per game through his first career playoff contests before leaving early on Sunday, and who ? despite a down year in terms of his individual statistics ? has been an integral piece of the Cavaliers' top-ranked offense: So far in the playoffs, the Cavs have an offensive efficiency of 118.7 with Love on the court, 94.6 with him on the bench. Absurdly valuable ? Conrad Kaczmarek (@ConradKazNBA) April 26, 2015 Even with LeBron James and Kyrie Irving there to bolster the offense, with sterner tests looming as the playoffs progress ? a likely second-round matchup with the Chicago Bulls, a possible Eastern Conference finals tilt with the Atlanta Hawks, a potential NBA Finals bout with whichever heavyweight emerges from the Western Conference ? a diminished Love would be extremely damaging to the Cavaliers' chances of advancing, and his absence could even prove fatal. There'll be an awful lot riding on the results of that MRI and, you'd suspect, a decidedly more somber tone on the Cavs' team charter than finishing off a 4-0 sweep would typically engender. - - - - - - - Dan Devine is an editor for Ball Don't Lie on Yahoo Sports. Have a tip? Email him at devine@yahoo-inc.com or follow him on Twitter! Follow @YourManDevine Stay connected with Ball Don't Lie on Twitter @YahooBDL , "Like" BDL on Facebook and follow Dunks Don't Lie on Tumblr for year-round NBA talk, jokes and more.

26 Apr 2015 at 12:34pm
The Milwaukee Bucks believe a dose of intensity will help them steal another win in the series, though the Chicago Bulls are vowing not to repeat their Game 4 mistakes. With hopes of again staving off elimination Monday night, the young Bucks are aiming to deal the Bulls their first home loss since mid-March and win at United Center for the first time since December 2013. After it led the league in forced turnovers during the regular season at 17.4 per game, Milwaukee's length and athleticism on the defensive end have given Chicago fits during this Eastern Conference series. The Bucks have forced the Bulls into 20.0 giveaways per game - 6.0 more than Chicago's season average.

26 Apr 2015 at 12:46am
(Adds late game) April 25 (The Sports Xchange) - Highlights of Saturday's National Basketball Association playoff games: - - - Warriors 109, Pelicans 98 Guards Stephen Curry and Klay Thompson and forward Draymond Green combined for 86 points to power the Golden State Warriors to victory over the New Orleans Pelicans, completing a first-round playoff sweep of their best-of-seven series. After hitting the miracle three-pointer from the left corner to pave the way for a dramatic victory over the Pelicans on Thursday, Curry scored 27 of his game-high 39 points in the first three quarters as the Warriors built an 88-67 lead.

25 Apr 2015 at 10:00pm
Jerryd Bayless made a buzzer-beating layup to lift Milwaukee to a 92-90 victory over Chicago that kept the Bucks alive in their NBA Eastern Conference first-round playoff series. It came down to quick action by Milwaukee coach Jason Kidd and crisp execution by Nets reserves Jared Dudley and Bayless.

25 Apr 2015 at 9:18pm
Jerryd Bayless cut right along the baseline, leaving Derrick Rose a couple of steps behind. It was just the sliver of an opening Bayless needed to put up a game-winning layup at the buzzer. Bayless' basket gave Milwaukee a rousing 92-90 victory over the Chicago Bulls on Saturday, drawing the upstart Bucks within 3-1 in their Eastern Conference playoff series. We found ourselves with a 'W,''' coach Jason Kidd said.

25 Apr 2015 at 8:10pm
Derrick Rose?s off-the-ball defense has been a source of consternation for Chicago for several years now. On Saturday, his inattention to defensive detail was showcased in inglorious fashion. [ Follow Dunks Don't Lie on Tumblr: The best slams from all of basketball ] Take a look: That?s Rose, Chicago?s late-game offensive hero during the team?s Game 4 performance against the Milwaukee Bucks, giving up the game-winning layup to Bucks veteran Jerryd Bayless at the final buzzer. Rose lost Bayless as Chicago?s eyes were drawn elsewhere (mostly as Rose spied lights-out MKE shooter Khris Middleton), and Milwaukee extended its season with a 92-90 win . Chicago still owns the 3-1 series advantage, but the group is no doubt exasperated at its inability to run a consistent, series-clinching formation on either end. Had Chicago won the perpetually injury-plagued Bulls could have soaked in a week off in anticipation of the Eastern Conference semifinals, but instead the team will have to schlep back to Chicago to attempt a Game 5 win over the defensive-minded Bucks. Milwaukee rode its ability to cause turnovers and delay possessions into an impressive victory that elongated what has already been a remarkable season for the team that ended 2013-14 with the NBA?s worst record. Chicago looked a step slow all night as Milwaukee communicated expertly on the defensive end and forced the Bulls into an astounding 28 turnovers. Rose contributed eight of those miscues, but the Bulls still managed a halftime tie on the back of Jimmy Butler?s 23 first-half points. Butler cooled off somewhat in the second half, scoring ten points as Milwaukee continued to take Chicago out of its hoped-for spots offensively. The Chicago Bulls coaching staff seemed to have no answer as Milwaukee disrupted the Bulls' sets, as second-year Bucks coach Jason Kidd turned in a fantastic performance that left the Chicago Bulls coaching staff relying on isolation play and desperate late-game makes just to stay competitive. The fact that Chicago was beaten on an expert out-of-bounds call by Kidd (with Bulls 34-year-old reserve Kirk Hinrich oddly put into the game by the Chicago Bulls coaching staff after sitting out the game?s first 47 minutes) was telling. The Bulls coaching staff ignored scads of data telling the team that forward Nikola Mirotic (who returned after a one game injury absence ) plays far better at power forward, forcing him into a swingman position against a quicker Bucks lineup that turned the rookie into a turnover and miss machine. Joakim Noah was once again revealed to be a shell of his former self due to injury, and yet he still logged 30 minutes and a team-worst -23 plus/minus. The Bulls again walked into their offensive sets, with the team?s coaching staff again failing to realize that initiating an offensive possession with 10 seconds left on the shot clock plays directly into the hands of what was the second-best defensive team in the NBA this season. The Milwaukee coaching staff countered these missteps by making the swift and somewhat severe decision to bench recent addition Michael Carter-Williams down the stretch of Game 4. The second-year guard lost minutes to Bayless, who played solid enough defense and moved enough offensively to turn his teammates into off-the-ball threats ? the opposite of what Chicago was working within the staid and predictable offense as encouraged by the Chicago Bulls coaching staff. O.J. Mayo emerged off of the Milwaukee pine to drop in 18 points on just 11 shots, Jared Dudley was allowed to roam both offensively (for quick, efficient scoring hits) and defensively (off of Joakim Noah, who is not an offensive threat) as the Chicago Bulls coaching staff whiffed on its chances to sustain Jimmy Butler?s ability to remain an offensive threat of his own following a knockout first half. Of course, this loss wasn?t the fault of the Chicago Bulls? coaching staff. The Bayless layup was also Milwaukee's 39th point off Bulls turnovers. They had 53 points on 73 possessions after the Bulls took a shot. ? Jeff Mangurten (@JeffGurt) April 26, 2015 Milwaukee has acted as a forward-thinking, knockout defensive team all season. Despite several Game 3 meltdowns in Chicago?s comeback win, Jason Kidd has done an excellent job with his rotations, minutes allotment, play calling, and overall composure as he metes out his complaints with officials while mixing sound direction with trusting confidence in the five he?s fielding. Chicago was one Derrick Rose misstep ? Rose: "I put that all on me. Just wasn't paying attention to the ball." ? K.C. Johnson (@KCJHoop) April 26, 2015 ? away from heading into overtime with the dials moved back to ?tie? and a five-minute window to win, and the team will have two more chances at home and one more chance in front of a nearly pro-Chicago crowd in Milwaukee to end the Bucks? season. Downing Milwaukee in the first round is not the point, however. This Bulls team was constructed to play better than the sum of its parts, and for the entirety of 2014-15 (for reasons that go beyond bad luck and injury) it has failed to. Chicago could and should move on in a few days, but that?s cold comfort in the face of what has been 86 mostly-wasted games of preparation, as the team readies to face a LeBron James-led Cleveland Cavaliers squad that they knew back in July would be standing in its championship way. - - - - - - - Kelly Dwyer is an editor for Ball Don't Lie on Yahoo Sports. Have a tip? Email him at KDonhoops@yahoo.com or follow him on Twitter! Follow @KDonhoops

25 Apr 2015 at 4:28pm
MILWAUKEE (AP) -- Bulls rookie forward Nikola Mirotic is available for Saturday's Game 4 of the first-round series with the Milwaukee Bucks.

25 Apr 2015 at 3:06pm
Not content with letting LeBron James act as the king of practice heaves from all the way across the court , Houston Rockets center Dwight Howard decided to toss in his own 94-footer following Rox practice on Saturday. [ Follow Dunks Don't Lie on Tumblr: The best slams from all of basketball ] Watch: With the way James? video quickly made its way across the internet, it?s safe to conclude that this has become a trend of sorts. We?d say we?re eagerly awaiting Derrick Rose?s response at Chicago Bulls practice, but you get the feeling that an unsmiling Rose and coach Tom Thibodeau have more sober-minded pursuits following a shootaround. - - - - - - - Kelly Dwyer is an editor for Ball Don't Lie on Yahoo Sports. Have a tip? Email him at KDonhoops@yahoo.com or follow him on Twitter! Follow @KDonhoops

25 Apr 2015 at 1:46am
If Stephen Curry and Derrick Rose are tired after working overtime, now is the chance to earn some rest. The Golden State Warriors and Chicago Bulls, following exhausting victories, can become the first teams to reach the second round of the NBA playoffs if they finish off sweeps Saturday. The Warriors visit New Orleans, the Bulls are back in Milwaukee, and two other teams take 2-0 leads on the road as part of a four-game slate. Atlanta is at Brooklyn after two tough victories at home, while the Grizzlies easily handled Portland in Memphis.

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27 Apr 2015 at 2:47pm
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27 Apr 2015 at 9:42am
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27 Apr 2015 at 9:34am
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26 Apr 2015 at 5:28pm
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26 Apr 2015 at 8:44am
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24 Apr 2015 at 5:37pm
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27 Apr 2015 at 8:33am
MONDAY APRIL 27 - 7:00 PM - UNITED CENTER 4 TIX - SEC 314 ROW 3 (AISLE) - $90 PER TIX 2 TIX - SEC 321 ROW 10 - $75 PER TIX 4 TIX - SEC 329 ROW 8 (AISLE) - $75 PER TIX THIS YEAR'S SEASON TICKETS ARE ALL DIGITIAL. I WILL TRANSFER THE TIXS FROM MY B [...]

Bulls vs Bucks - TOMORROW!!! (UNITED CENTER) $1
26 Apr 2015 at 10:12pm
MONDAY APRIL 27 - 7:00 PM - UNITED CENTER 4 TIX - SEC 314 ROW 3 (AISLE) - $90 PER TIX 4 TIX - SEC 315 ROW 5 (AISLE) - $90 PER TIX 2 TIX - SEC 321 ROW 10 - $75 PER TIX 4 TIX - SEC 329 ROW 8 (AISLE) - $75 PER TIX THIS YEAR'S SEASON TICKETS ARE ALL [...]

4 Club Level Bulls vs Cleveland Cavaliers!! Round 2 Playoffs (210/email) $1
26 Apr 2015 at 8:48pm
My Season tickets for Second Round of Playoffs!! Need gone ASAP!! All games available. Bulls / Cavaliers Section 210 Row 4 on 4 seats on the aisle 1- Parking Pass Text best offers to show contact info Need gone Asap!!! PayPal / Email

Bulls vs Bucks - Lexus Club - TOMORROW!!! (Aisle + Parking) $1
26 Apr 2015 at 7:32pm
MONDAY APRIL 27 - 7:00 PM 2 TIXS - SEC 211 ROW 3 (AISLE) - $300 TOTAL A PARKING PASS FOR LOT C IS INCLUDED. THIS YEAR'S SEASON TICKETS ARE ALL DIGITIAL. I WILL TRANSFER THE TIXS WITH PAYMENT THRU PAYPAL OR CHASE QUICKPAY. PLEASE EMAIL OR TEXT/CALL [...]

Chicago Bulls Playoff Tickets - 200 Level Lexus Club - All Rounds (200 Level - Lexus Club) $1
26 Apr 2015 at 6:21pm
I am selling two tickets for all games for each round of the playoffs. I am willing to sell any game and will offer A FULL REFUND for any game that is not played. I am also willing to give discounts to people interested in purchasing multiple games a [...]

Chicago Bulls vs Milwaukee Bucks - TOMORROW!!! (AISLE SEATS) $1
26 Apr 2015 at 10:37am
MONDAY APRIL 27 - 7:00 PM - UNITED CENTER 4 TIX - SEC 305 ROW 3 (AISLE) - $100 PER TIX 4 TIX - SEC 314 ROW 3 (AISLE) - $100 PER TIX 4 TIX - SEC 315 ROW 5 (AISLE) - $100 PER TIX 2 TIX - SEC 321 ROW 10 - $85 PER TIX 4 TIX - SEC 329 ROW 8 (AISLE) - [...]

Chicago Bulls tickets. Round 2. Bulls home game #1 tickets for sale (chicago) $275
26 Apr 2015 at 10:36am
Game 1 at United Center. Round 2. Date and time To be determined. Cleveland Cavaliers at Chicago Bulls This price is a lot cheaper than stubhub.... I have (4) sets chicago bulls tickets for round 2 game 1 at United center vs Cleveland Cavaliers [...]

Chicago Bulls Playoff Tickets for Sale. Round 2 (chicago) $275
26 Apr 2015 at 10:35am
Game 1 at United Center. Round 2. Date and time To be determined. Cleveland Cavaliers at Chicago Bulls I have (4) sets chicago bulls tickets for round 2 game 1 at United center vs Cleveland Cavaliers 3 sets in 200 club level, and 1 set in 300 lev [...]

Chicago Bulls Tickets for sale. Round 2 game 1. Multiple sets available (United States) $275
26 Apr 2015 at 10:32am
Game 1 at United Center. Round 2. Date and time To be determined. Cleveland Cavaliers at Chicago Bulls I have (4) sets chicago bulls tickets for round 2 game 1 at United center vs Cleveland Cavaliers 3 sets in 200 club level, and 1 set in 300 lev [...]

Bulls vs Cavs 2nd round playoff tickets sec 106 row K - $310 (united center) $310
25 Apr 2015 at 9:36pm
Selling Bulls playoff tickets For the 2nd round this should most likely be against the Cavs, it would be Game 3 for the series and the first home game for the bulls. My tickets are in section 106 Row M, price per a ticket is $310 for more information [...]

Bulls 2nd Round Playoffs - 1st Home Game (Chicago) $275
25 Apr 2015 at 3:35pm
Selling 4 tickets (Section 329) to the 2nd round of the playoffs vs (more than likely the Cavs)!! Rose vs Irving and Butler vs Lebron definitely want to make sure that you are there to witness the 1st home game at the UC!!! Go Bulls!!! Text me at 708 [...]

Chicago Bulls Playoff Tixs - Lexus Club (Aisle + Parking) $1
25 Apr 2015 at 2:18pm
SEMIFINALS - UNITED CENTER HOME GAME 1 - TBD 2 TIXS - SEC 211 ROW 2 (AISLE) - $700 TOTAL 2 TIXS - SEC 211 ROW 3 (AISLE) - $700 TOTAL HOME GAME 2 - TBD 2 TIXS - SEC 211 ROW 2 (AISLE) - $700 TOTAL 2 TIXS - SEC 211 ROW 3 (AISLE) - $700 TOTAL SEAT [...]

Chicago Bulls Playoff Tixs - Round 2 (United Center) $1
24 Apr 2015 at 5:37pm
HOME GAME 1 - TBD 4 TIX - SEC 305 ROW 3 (AISLE) - $200 PER TIX 4 TIX - SEC 314 ROW 3 (AISLE) - $200 PER TIX 4 TIX - SEC 315 ROW 5 (AISLE) - $200 PER TIX 4 TIX - SEC 321 ROW 10 - $175 PER TIX 4 TIX - SEC 329 ROW 8 (AISLE) - $175 PER TIX HOME GAM [...]

Chicago Bulls vs. Milwaukee Bucks Tommorow! $1
24 Apr 2015 at 3:42pm
I have 1 ticket for tommorows playoff game at 4:30. Section 415, Row D seat 9. Asking for 75. Please call or text show contact info

Bucks vs. Bulls Game 6! Lower Level Sec 215 (Vernon Hills, IL) $400
28 Apr 2015 at 12:28pm
4 tickets for sale. Sec 215 Row R, seats 7,8,9 and 10. I live in Wisconsin but I work in Vernon Hills, IL so I will offer IL residents the same tickets I'm offering people in Wisconsin. The seats are amazing. Check the pictures! I've included a pict [...]

***** Chicago Bulls tickets, Lexus club level !!! ***** $1
28 Apr 2015 at 8:28am
****Will beat any price in surrounding sections on stubhub or another comparable website within 3 rows****** * I am a season ticket holder with TWO TICKETS (plus PARKING) to each of the Chicago Bulls games of the 2014-2015 pre-season and regular sea [...]

BULLS - 2nd Round Playoffs v. Cavs - CENTER CLUB LEVEL WITH PARKING (Sec. 218 Row 7) $1
26 Apr 2015 at 11:42am
2 tickets to Bulls Home Playoff Games for Eastern Conference Semifinals against LeBron and the Cavaliers. These are season tickets. Great center court seats in the Lexus Club Level, which has waiter service and coat check. You will be hard pressed to [...]

***** Chicago Bulls tickets Lexus Club !!! ***** $1
24 Apr 2015 at 7:33am
***Will beat any price in surrounding sections on stubhub or another comparable website within 3 rows****** * I am a season ticket holder with TWO TICKETS (plus PARKING) to each of the Chicago Bulls games of the 2014-2015 regular season that I am se [...]

Bulls Cavs Game 3 at United Center 15 rows up from center court (CENTER COURT 15 ROWS UP) $800
23 Apr 2015 at 2:21pm
Bulls/Cavs...Rose/Jimmy Butler/Noah...LeBron/Kyrie Irving/Kevin Love 8 total tickets. 4 in Section 111 and 4 in section 113...15 rows up. Asking for $800 per ticket. These could go for $1000+ in Chicago. First come, first served. These will go super [...]

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