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Current Top 5 Potential Playoff Matchups For The Cavs

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2. Boston Celtics, 32-40

Games vs. Cavs in 2014-15:

Nov. 14, CLE 122 – BOS 121
Mar. 3, BOS 79 – CLE 110

Despite being irrelevant for most of the season, Boston is sitting in eighth place and on the verge of making the playoffs with a roster highlighted by Evan Turner, Isaiah Thomas, and Avery Bradley. Thomas just recently returned from a back injury, and he’ll be able to contribute to the Celtics Boston playoff run this season. Boston has to take on the Clippers, Hornets, and Pacers once while playing two games each against the Milwaukee Bucks, Toronto Raptors, and Cleveland Cavaliers. Boston is on track to make the playoffs, but everyone expected them to compete for a high draft pick, especially since trading Rondo mid-season.

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