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And now that they've advanced, the Cavaliers are not only waiting to see who they'll play next but whether they'll have starters Kevin Love or J.R. Smith for their second-round series. "There's a lot of things up in the air with our team right now," said LeBron James, who has never lost a first round matchup in 10 trips to the playoffs. "It's next man up, depending on what goes on with our team. That's two big pieces, obviously, but next man up," he said. "No excuses." USA Today Sports

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Dwight Howard just raised LeBron James one impressive full-court shot … plus a jaunty yellow backpack. (Howard’s form had a bit more side-arm to it, though, compared to King James’ football-esque throw.) For The Win

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LeBron James and Kia Motors are auctioning a K900 -- the luxury car James endorses for the company -- with the proceeds to benefit James' charitable organization. Up until 3 p.m. on May 7, the car is available for bid on Charitybuzz.com. The cost of this particular K900, which includes a personalized King James Limited Edition Plaque and James-related icons in the headrests, is $168,463. The auction was announced in a press release from Kia. Cleveland Plain Dealer

The questions, as they often do for this Cleveland team, turned to Love, who performed well (23 points, 6-for-10 from 3-point range and nine rebounds) for the Cavaliers in their Game 3 win. "He's been highly criticized this year, and for what, I don't know why," James said, before pausing, and smiling. "I know why. I know why. I know." Booth Newspapers

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But even if the Celtics took care of those areas, Cleveland is still difficult to beat when James and Irving can't be stopped. James scored 15 of his game-high 30 points in the fourth quarter and was 7-for-10 from the field in the final 16:55, including 6-for-8 in the paint and 4-for-4 at the rim. "LeBron recognized the moment. He was very determined to create good offense both for himself and for others," Blatt said. "Got to the line. Made his free throws. Made big plays. Big plays at both ends. Rebounding and blocking a shot. Breaking out of the pack on offense and getting some stuff in transition. I thought he imposed his will on the game. That's what makes him the great player that he is." USA Today Sports

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