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Next Game

Fri, May 22, 8:30 PM EDT
Philips Arena
TV: TNT
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+120
Line
-140
103.1
PPG
102.5
45.8
FG %
46.6
75.1
FT %
77.8
36.7
3PT %
38.0

Schedule

Tue Apr 21
W 99 - 91BOS
Recap
Thu Apr 23
W 103 - 95at BOS
Recap
Sun Apr 26
W 101 - 93at BOS
Recap
Mon May 4
L 99 - 92CHI
Recap
Wed May 6
W 106 - 91CHI
Recap
Fri May 8
L 99 - 96at CHI
Recap
Sun May 10
W 86 - 84at CHI
Recap
Tue May 12
W 106 - 101CHI
Recap
Thu May 14
W 94 - 73at CHI
Recap
Wed May 20
W 97 - 89at ATL
Recap
8:30 pm EDT
Today
TNTat ATL
Preview
8:30 pm EDT
Sun May 24
TNTATL
8:30 pm EDT
Tue May 26
TNTATL
8:30 pm EDT
Thu May 28
at ATL
8:30 pm EDT
Sat May 30
ATL
8:30 pm EDT
Mon Jun 1
at ATL

Standings

EAST
Central
CONF
W-L
Overall
W-L
Cleveland35-1753-29
Chicago33-1950-32
Milwaukee30-2241-41
Indiana28-2438-44
Detroit23-2932-50
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Blatt: Cavaliers PG Kyrie Irving will decide fate Friday night
by Marty Gitlin | CBSSports.com

David Blatt has indicated that Cavaliers ailing guard Kyrie Irving will make the final decision as to whether he plays in Game 2 of the Eastern Conference finals Friday night in Atlanta, per the Northeast Ohio Media Group.

Irving expressed optimism heading into the series that the pain in his left knee and right foot had subsided, but if anything he was more limited than ever in the series opener. He re-aggravated the knee injury during the game and played only three of the last 18 minutes as his team put away the Hawks.

The guard did not attend shootaround Friday. He instead received further treatment and evaluation as an MRI was planned.

"My understanding is like most injuries, it's a combination of pain management and what the physical symptons are," Blatt said.

Irving was not invisible in Game 1, but his struggles trying to finish off drives to the basket were again evident. He did manage 10 points and six assists in 27 minutes.

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Cavaliers PG Kyrie Irving questionable for Game 2
by Ruben Palacios | Staff Writer

Cavaliers point guard Kyrie Irving will be listed as questionable for Game 2 against the Hawks on Friday.

Irving did not attend the team's shootaround Friday morning in Atlanta, instead going to receive additional evaluation with the team's head physician. Irving received treatment following Wednesday's win, but the tendinitis in his left knee did not diminish.

Irving scored 10 points on 4-of-10 shooting in 27 minutes in Game 1.

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Cavaliers' LeBron James: I played too much isolation in Game 1
by Shawn Krest | CBSSports.com

Cavaliers forward LeBron James wasn't happy with his Game 1 performance. Despite leading the Cavs to a 97-89 win with 31 points, eight rebounds and six assists, James blamed himself for Atlanta's fourth-quarter rally that cut an 18-point Cleveland edge to four points. 

"I allowed them back into the game with my offensive nonsense," James told Fox Sports Ohio.

Later, James explained, "In the fourth quarter, I played way too much isolation basketball, one-on-one basketball [with] a lot of the defenses set, and I was letting the clock run down way too much. I just had to take the shot or I was giving it to my guys late in the shot clock and they couldn’t do nothing with it besides shoot it or turn the ball over," per ESPN.

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Cavs hopeful Kyrie Irving (foot, knee) will play in Game 2
by Sean d'Oliveira | CBSSports.com

Cavaliers coach David Blatt said the team is hopeful guard Kyrie Irving will be able to play in Friday's Game 2 matchup at Atlanta, reports ESPN.com.

Irving has been dealing with a right foot strain and tendinitis in his left knee. He aggravated the left knee issue during Game 1 on Wednesday. During Wednesday's contest, Irving scored 10 points on 4-of-10 shooting in 27 minutes.

The Cavaliers are 1-point underdogs for Game 2 at Atlanta.

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Stephen Curry, LeBron James unanimous All-NBA choices
by Shawn Krest | CBSSports.com

Stephen Curry and LeBron James were unanimous choices for the All-NBA first team, announced on Thursday. 

The Warriors' Curry, who was named NBA MVP, and the Cavaliers' James received first team votes on all 129 ballots submitted. Joining Curry at guard on the All-NBA team is the Rockets' James Harden, who received 125 votes. 

Joining James at forward is Anthony Davis of the Pelicans (119 votes). The center is Marc Gasol of the Grizzlies (65 votes). 

The second team consists of the Trail Blazers' LaMarcus Aldridge, the Kings' DeMarcus Cousins, the Bulls' Pau Gasol, the Thunder's Russell Westbrook and the Clippers' Chris Paul.

The third team is the Spurs' Tim Duncan, the Clippers' Blake Griffin and DeAndre Jordan, the Warriors' Klay Thompson and the Cavaliers' Kyrie Irving

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2014-15 Team Leaders
PPGLeBron James , SF25.3
RPGKevin Love , PF9.7
APGLeBron James , SF7.4
FG%Timofey Mozgov , C55.5
FT%Kyrie Irving , PG86.3
3P%Kyrie Irving , PG41.5
BLOCKSTimofey Mozgov , C97
STEALSKyrie Irving , PG114
MPGKyrie Irving , PG36.4
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