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Miami Take Game 1 Over Boston in Game 1 of Eastern Conference Finals

On Tuesday, the Boston Celtics took on the Miami Heat for Game 1 of the Eastern Conference Finals in the NBA.

Although down by 8 points at halftime, the Heat was able to take the first game from Boston, with a victory of 118-107.

Jimmy Butler proved to be the literal game-changer, as he scored 27 of his 41 points for Miami in the second half. Tyler Herro scored 18 and Gabe Vincent added 17 for the Heat, providing the team with a strong support of players.

Game 2 between Boston and Miami is set to take place tomorrow.

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Steph Curry Earns College Degree 13 Years After Leaving for NBA

Stephen Curry is celebrating more than just beating the Memphis Grizzlies in Game 6 to reach the Western Conference finals, as he is now officially a college graduate!

The point guard recently finished his final semester at Davidson College 13 years after he left to play in the NBA. Now, Curry has a Bachelor of Arts degree with a major in Sociology.

Curry played at Davidson from 2006 to 2009, averaging 25.3 points per game, before getting picked by the Golden State Warriors as the No. 7 overall pick in 2009.

When the basketball star left Davidson, he was just one semester short of graduating. His jersey will now be able to be lifted into Davidson’s rafters and retired, as a degree is needed to do so.

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2022 NBA Finals Set as Celtics Face Heat, Mavericks Take on Warriors

The final four teams of the NBA Playoffs are set after an exciting weekend of Game 7 basketball games.

The Boston Celtics successfully knocked off the reigning champion Milwaukee Bucks with a 109-81 Game 7 victory on Sunday afternoon. In the upcoming Eastern Conference finals, the Celtics will face the Miami Heat, who made it to the finals in 2020. After an impressive series from Boston, the Heat should fear the offensive firepower of the Celtics’ star players, including Jayson Tatum, Grant Williams, and Jaylen Brown.

Game 1 of the Eastern Conference finals tips off May 17th at 5:30 pm PST.

The Dallas Mavericks shocked the world as they knocked out the No. 1 seed Phoenix Suns on Sunday, with a 123-90 victory. After an impressive season, the Suns were poised to win the NBA championship, but star Maverick Luka Doncic carried Dallas past Phoenix with a Game 7 victory on Sunday. The Mavericks will move on to face the touted Golden State Warriors, who come into the Western Conference Championship as the favorite. Two of the best point guards in the NBA will be the face of the Western Conference finals, as Steph Curry hopes to lead the Warriors back to the finals, while Doncic will do his best to spoil Golden State’s vision.

The Western Conference Finals begin on May 18th at 6 pm PST.

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Mavericks Force Game 7 Against Suns, While Heat Moves on to Finals

The Dallas Mavericks beat the Phoenix Suns, 113-86, last night, forcing a Game 7 in the Western Conference semifinals. Thanks to three-time All-Star Luka Doncic’s 33 points, the Mavericks were able to escape elimination.

The deciding Game 7 between the Mavericks and the Suns will take place this Sunday in Phoenix.

The Miami Heat, on the other hand, will be advancing to the East finals with their defeat over the Philadelphia 76ers, 99-90. The Heat is now slated to play the winner of the Milwaukee-Boston series. The defending champion Bucks lead that series 3-2, with Game 6 on Friday night in Milwaukee.

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Grizzlies Avoid Elimination, Bucks Now Lead 3-2

Last night, the Memphis Grizzlies saved themselves from elimination by defeating the Golden State Warriors, 134-95. Despite Ja Morant sitting out his second consecutive game, the Grizzlies have now pulled the series up to 3-2 with this win.

The two teams now head toward Friday’s Game 6 in the Western Conference semifinal.

Thanks to Giannis Antetokounmpo’s 40 points and 11 rebounds and Jrue Holiday’s impressive defense, the Milwaukee Bucks now take the lead in the Eastern Conference semifinals, 3-2. Their 110-107 defeat over the Boston Celtics last night was a nail-biting matchup, as the Bucks teetered on the brink of elimination.

Now, the Bucks and Celtics will face off in Game 6 Friday night, which could lead to Milwaukee advancing to the Eastern Conference finals.

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