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Celtics beats Cavaliers with 0.1 seconds left to keep Eastern Conference finals alive

Avery Bradleys three-pointer dropped in with less than a second left and the Boston Celtics stunned the Cleveland Cavaliers 111-108

Avery Bradleys three-pointer dropped in with less than a second left and the Boston Celtics, blown out in the first two games of the Eastern Conference finals and playing without star Isaiah Thomas, stunned the Cleveland Cavaliers 111-108 on Sunday night in Game 3 to end the champions 13-game postseason winning streak.

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Avery Bradley…for the Game 3 WIN!@celtics cut series to 2-1, defeat @cavs 111-108.

Marcus Smart: 27 PTS, 5 REB & 7 AST. pic.twitter.com/LUEc01pXhn

May 22, 2017

Bradleys shot from the left wing bounced on the rim four times before going down. It capped a furious comeback by the Celtics, who trailed by 21 in the third quarter before rallying to tighten up a series that appeared to be over.

Marcus Smart scored 27 points, and Bradley had 20 for the Celtics. They were given little chance after losing by 44 in Game 2 and then losing Thomas for the rest of the postseason because of a hip injury.

Kyrie Irving scored 29 points, and Kevin Love 28 for Cleveland. The Cavaliers dropped to 10-1 in the postseason with their first loss since Game 4 of last years finals.

Read more: https://www.theguardian.com/sport/2017/may/21/boston-celtics-cleveland-cavaliers-eastern-conference-finals

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