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NBA: Will LeBron James and the Cavaliers Get Second Chance for First Championship?

ATLANTA -- The Cleveland Cavaliers face off against the Atlanta Hawks and the Coach of the Year winner Mike Budenholzer on Wednesday, in what will be a very exciting series. Three Pointer War Atlanta came into the playoffs soaring high with the momentum of their 60 wins, as their offense is consistently sparked by three-point sharpshooter Kyle Korver. Known for their high-octane offense, Atlanta's defense needs to improve rapidly to
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2014 NBA Playoffs Recap: By George! Pacers superstar forward leads Indiana over Hawks, face Wizards Next

INDIANAPOLIS – Thanks to a 30-point, 11-rebound effort from Paul George and the re-emergence of Roy Hibbert, the Indiana Pacers held off a stubborn Atlanta Hawks team, 92-80 in Game 7 of their Eastern Conference first-round series. The top-seeded Pacers, who were thought to on the ropes and all but out, got a 24-point, 11-rebound effort from David West in a 95-88 win in Game 6 to force a deciding
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2014 NBA Playoffs: PG Jeff Teague Haunts Hometown Pacers Again In Game 3, Hawks Up 2-1

[caption id="attachment_25538" align="aligncenter" width="576"] (Photo by Scott Cunningham/NBAE via Getty Images)[/caption]   ATLANTA – Thanks to Jeff Teague, no amount of fighting can save the once impregnable Indiana Pacers. With rumors of infighting between players and a coach in Frank Vogel reportedly fighting to save his job, the eighth-seeded Atlanta Hawks—led once again their Indy-born point guard in Teague--toppled the crumbling Pacers, 98-85 to go up 2-1 in their Eastern
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2014 NBA Playoffs: Thanks to PG Jeff Teague, Hawks Dominate Lackluster Pacers, Up 1-0

[caption id="attachment_25366" align="aligncenter" width="608"] (Jesse D. Garrabrant/NBAE/Getty Images)[/caption] INDIANAPOLIS – They say that you can’t go home again. Don’t tell that to Atlanta Hawks point guard Jeff Teague. Teague, a former standout at Pike High, a public high school on the northwest side of the Circle City, helped make the hometown Pacers looked like zeros on the court. And thanks to a listless and lackluster effort on their own home