Cavs squaring off with the Hawks in Game 2, watch party tickets gone

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ATLANTA, Ga. — The Cavaliers just came off a huge win in Game 1 of the Eastern Conference Finals in Atlanta.

But will we see a repeat performance tonight?

The Cavs will square off with the Hawks in Game 2 tonight. They won the opener 97-89 as LeBron James and J.R. Smith led the attack.

James led the scoring parade with 31 and ex-Knick Smith added 28 points, making eight shots from three-point land.

Watch party tickets at the Q are gone for tonight.

Tickets for games 3 and 4 are also sold out. On StubHub.com, we found tickets costing at least $150 for upper seats. They’re going for more than $1,000 near center court in the lower bowl, while court side seats are at least $3,500.

Tip-off tonight is at 8:30 p.m.

Fox 8’s P.J. Ziegler is in Atlanta. Stick with Fox 8 and Fox8.com for coverage on tonight’s game. Or follow us on Twitter for updates during the game.

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