Who will advance to the NBA Finals, and who will win the title? Our ESPN Forecast panel predicts the conference finals with two Game 7s coming up.
- Green to start in place of hurt Love in Game 7
- Stevens: Horford 'outstanding' despite stat line
- Indians' Miller back on DL with knee troubles
- Love out for Game 7 after entering protocol
Jeff Green will replace the injured Kevin Love in the Cavaliers' starting lineup for Game 7 Sunday, coach Tyronn Lue announced.
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TD Garden sending a message to the Cavaliers with "Game Face" shirts for fans.
Though only four teams remain in the postseason, several of the league's biggest signature shoe stars are still in the hunt and have been flexing some heat lately.
Yonder Alonso, Jason Kipnis and Edwin Encarnacion each hit two-run homers, and Cleveland's beleaguered bullpen hung on as the Indians defeated the Houston Astros 8-6 on Saturday night.
LeBron James has many accomplishments in his career. A Game 7 win in Boston would be near the very top.
During a conference call Saturday, Celtics coach Brad Stevens called Al Horford's play in Friday's Game 6 "outstanding" despite a quiet stat line that saw the All-Star score only 6 points on 2-of-8 shooting.
A day after allowing three runs in less than an inning, Indians lefty Andrew Miller was placed on the DL with more knee woes.
Kevin Love will not play in the Cavaliers' decisive Game 7 on Sunday against the Celtics, as the All-Star forward has been placed in the concussion protocol.
LeBron James said he felt some pain after teammate Larry Nance Jr. crashed into his right leg in Game 6 but added he was fine and "we'll see what happens."