The Cleveland Cavaliers beat the Boston Celtics in Boston on Thursday night, 135-102, sending them to the NBA Finals for the third consecutive years — where, for the third straight year, they'll face off against the Golden State Warriors. This is the first "threematch," or match of a rematch
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Cleveland forward LeBron James moved past Hall of Famer Michael Jordan as the leading scorer in NBA playoff history on his way to helping the Cavaliers ease into a third successive NBA Finals series on Thursday. James needed 28 points to surpass Jordan (5,987 points), as he entered Game Five of the