Cavaliers sweep Celtics in first playoff series, win Game 4, 101-93

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BOSTON - The Cavaliers managed to sweep the Boston Celtics to head into the next round of the playoffs. They'll face the winner of the Chicago-Milwaukee series next.

Game 4 was not pretty, as the Cavs lost Kevin Love in the first quarter with a dislocated left shoulder and J.R. Smith was ejected in the third quarter with a flagarant foul.

The Cavs and Celtics kept it pretty close throughout the first quarter, with the Cavs pulling away before halftime and going into the locker room with a 57-36 lead.

The third quarter was a struggle for the Cavs, losing Smith and only scoring 11 points, while the Celtics scored 25.

The Cavaliers held their own in the fourth, keeping a safe lead ahead of the Celtics.

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When the next game is for the Cavaliers will be determined when the Chicago-Milwaukee series is over.

According to the NBA, if Chicago wins the Monday night game. The will take on the Cavaliers Saturday, May 2 at Quicken Loans Arena.

If Milwaukee wins, then Game 1 will be Monday, May 4 in Cleveland.

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