2009 Playoff Central

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Game 1 Game 2 Game 3 Game 4 Game 5 Game 6 Game 7*
(2-4) ORL - 107
CLE - 106
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CLE - 96
ORL - 95
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LBJ's Shot
ORL - 99
CLE - 89
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ORL - 116
CLE - 114
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CLE - 112
ORL - 102
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ORL - 103
CLE - 90
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*Games Played if Necessary | Doors Open 1 1/2 Hours Prior to All Home Games | All Times Eastern Standard Time
Cavs Fall in Game 6
The Cavaliers couldn't find the right combination for the Magic, as the Orlando won Game 6 103-90 over the Wine and Gold on Saturday night at Amway Arena. LeBron James scored 25 points and Delonte West added 22, but it wasn't enough. Final Dime | Box | Call of the Game | Photos | Discuss
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Check out the Cavaliers Blog Squad throughout the 2009 Playoffs.
With the Cavaliers and Magic set to tipoff Game 4 of their best-of-seven Eastern Conference Finals matchup tonight in Orlando, Cavs Nation wants to know, which player does the Wine and Gold need to shut down in order to win?? Vote Now
After Friday's game in Cleveland, the Cavs and their fans will head south to the Sunshine State for Memorial Day weekend. Make sure you check out Disney World, Cocoa Beach, and TNA Wrestling while you're there. Orlando Travel Guide
Anderson Varejao went from second-rounder to starting forward on the most successful team in the sport. Loved by his teammates while he drives his opponents insane, the Wild Thing continues to hone his game. Read More
The Cavaliers have torn through the postseason to make another trip to the Eastern Conference Finals. While the Wine and Gold wait to see who they'll face, here are some nifty numbers from the first two rounds.Read More
After winning the first two games at home, the Cavs will head to Atlanta for a pair over the weekend. If you're making the trip too, make sure you check out the Georgia Aquarium and our personal favorite, Pig-N-Chik. Atlanta Travel Guide
After dispatching Detroit in four games, the Wine and Gold played the waiting game for over a week. But now, their second round foe is set, as the Hawks topped the Heat in Game 7 and will roll into town for Game 1 on Tuesday night at The Q. More Details
The Cavs head into the second weekend of the postseason with a two-game edge over the Pistons. As we wait for Game 3 on Friday, here's a chance for you to test your knowledge of Cavalier postseasons -- past and present. Test Your Knowledge
The Cavs head to Detroit for two games this weekend, and undoubtedly so too will many of the Cavs faithful. Before you head to the state up north, take a look at what Motown has to offer. Wine & Gold Travel Guide
This year, a mid-season toe injury slowed down Daniel Gibson, who made himself a household name the last time Cleveland faced Detroit in the postseason. Now healthy, Boobie looks to bounce back against the team he once tortured. Read More
Check out Joe Smith's 2009 Playoff Song and download the MP3 for your PC, MP3 player or Ipod. Listen Now
When the Pistons and Cavs open their first round series on Saturday afternoon in Cleveland, it will renew one of the most heated rivalries in the East. For as long as the two Central Division foes have been going at it, there's been a bit of bad blood. Read More
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Game 1: Cavaliers 99, Hawks 72
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Game 2: Cavaliers 105, Hawks 85
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Game 3: Cavaliers 97, Hawks 82
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Game 4: Cavaliers 84, Hawks 74
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Game 1: Cavaliers 102, Pistons 84
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Game 2: Cavaliers 94, Pistons 82
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Game 3: Cavaliers 79, Pistons 68
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Game 4: Cavaliers 99, Pistons 78
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