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Kevin Love broke a bone in his hand, as things go from bad to worse for the Cavs

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The last thing the Cleveland Cavaliers needed right now, as they continue to slog through the on-court struggles and off-court dysfunction that have complicated their bid for a fourth straight Eastern Conference championship, was an injury to one of their most important players. The pictures told a heartbreaking story: Love has suffered a non-displaced fracture of the fifth metacarpal in his left hand, according to Dave McMenamin of ESPN.com, as Murphy’s law continues to rule the day for these Cavs, who entered Tuesday having lost 10 of their last 15 to drop to 29-19, 5 1/2 games behind the Boston Celtics in the race for the No. 1 spot in the Eastern Conference.

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Against Celtics, Curry overshadowed Warriors’ ‘playoff-caliber defense’

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Eclipsed by Stephen Curry's 49-point masterpiece in the win over Boston the other day was a reminder that the Warriors still have the capacity to summon the primary element needed to repeat as NBA champs. There were questions about whether they still could summon it, and doing so on a big stage allowed assistant coach Ron Adams to exhale and send a smile creeping across his face. "I'm glad that we played at a high level in that game, defensively, because we have been in a defensive lull for a couple weeks," Adams said in an interview with NBC Sports Bay Area.

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Pacers power past Hornets, Celtics surprise Nuggets

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Victor Oladipo and Myles Turner combined for 47 points as the Indiana Pacers won their second straight with a 105-96 win over the struggling Charlotte Hornets on Monday. The teams battled back and forth for the first three quarters before the Pacers pulled away late in the fourth with a 13-4 run. Oladipo sparked the surge with a 19-footer and by the time the run was over, the Pacers had boosted their lead to 94-86 with six minutes remaining.

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NBA: Pacers power past Hornets, Celtics surprise Nuggets

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Victor Oladipo and Myles Turner combined for 47 points as the Indiana Pacers won their second straight with a 105-96 win over the struggling Charlotte Hornets on Monday. The teams battled back and forth for the first three quarters before the Pacers pulled away late in the fourth with a 13-4 run. Oladipo sparked the surge with a 19-footer and by the time the run was over, the Pacers had boosted their lead to 94-86 with six minutes remaining.

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Kyrie Irving scores 27 points as Celtics edge Nuggets 111-110

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Kyrie Irving scored 10 of his 27 points in the fourth quarter, Jaylen Brown hit a go-ahead 3-pointer with 34 seconds remaining and the struggling Boston Celtics edged the Denver Nuggets 111-110 on Monday night. Denver had a chance to win in dramatic fashion at the end but Torrey Craig‘s tip-in of Will Barton‘s long attempt from 3-point range was too late. Irving finished 11 of 17 from the field to lead the Celtics to just their second win in seven games.

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