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Current Top 5 Potential Playoff Matchups For The Cavs

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3. Brooklyn Nets, 31-40

Games vs. Cavs in 2014-15:

Dec. 8, CLE 110 – BKN 88
Dec. 19, BKN 91 – CLE 95
Mar. 18, BKN 92 – CLE 117
Mar. 27, CLE 98 – BKN 106

Brooklyn is on the verge of the playoffs, but they’ll need a little luck and some big victories down the stretch. They’ll be playing Indiana, Toronto, Atlanta (twice), Portland, Washington, Milwaukee, and Chicago in the final 18 days of the season. The good thing is that Brook Lopez, Deron Williams, and Joe Johnson are all healthy. The bad? Brooklyn seems to have the toughest schedule, and there’s a slim chance they’ll make the playoffs this season with Thaddeus Young scheduled to miss a couple games with a hyper-extended knee. Even if they do, it doesn’t seem like they’ll catch Miami for the seventh spot.

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