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Boston To The Quarters In Both The NBA and NHL By Virtue Of Home Game 7 Wins 3 Days Apart

April 29, 2018

Only Boston, by virtue of decisive game/#7 home wins 3 days apart, advanced to the quarters in both the NHL (Bruins) and the NBA as the Celtics raised their home game 7 record to (20-4), (once (10-0) overall with all the games at home, before a home loss to the New York Knicks in the semis exactly 45 years ago today), with an easy victory vs the Milwaukee Bucks, (2-8) in game sevens), last night.

Next, the Celtics renew a great playoffs rivalry with the Philadelphia 76ers. Boston will have the home advantage but the upstart 76ers perhaps surprisingly, are over three to one series favorites.The series begins Monday April 30th, the 47th anniversary of the lone Bucks’ title.

Yesterday, Boston met Tampa Bay in both hockey (the Bruins won vs the Lightning and immediately got back the home advantage they lost when they flopped as huge favorites, in the season finale/makeup game 3 weeks ago tonight) and baseball (obviously in a less important tilt, the Rays won a second straight from the Red Sox, whose lead over their very likely biggest competition in the one eighth “div,” Yankees has been cut from 7 and a half to 2 games, during the 8 wins in 8 days Yankees’ win skein).

The NBA first round finally ends today, as Cleveland hosts Indiana in game 7.

It begins at 1 P.M. Eastern Time, not a great ratings time, something Cleveland star LeBron James has rarely, if ever, experienced, in his storied, over publicized, but certainly great playoffs career.







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