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LeBron, Cavs need to finish off Celtics quickly (1:56)

Dave McMenamin ESPN Staff Writer 

Deron Williams was not at shootaround Tuesday morning. He was feeling under the weather. He is considered probable for tonight's game.

ESPN Stats and Information  

The Cavs are 0-2 in Game 4s with a 2-1 series lead since LeBron James' return to Cleveland, but ESPN's BPI still gives them a 71 percent chance to beat the Celtics in Tuesday's Game 4.

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The science behind JBJ's leaping grab (1:50)
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Jalen & Jacoby: What happened to the Cavs in Game 3? (1:30)
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Could we see a Game 7 between Cavs, Celtics? (0:53)
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Smith says 'Boston is a different team against Cleveland' (1:58)

Mike Rodak ESPN Staff Writer 

Former Bills GM Doug Whaley for the first time Monday addressed Buffalo's decision to allow RB Mike Gillislee to sign a two-year, $6.4 million offer sheet with New England last month. Whaley told SiriusXM NFL Radio that he believes the Patriots can "overpay" for players like Gillislee because Tom Brady is paid a less than market-value deal.

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Bradley on IT4: 'We wish he was here with us' (0:33)

Mike Reiss ESPN Staff Writer 

The Patriots have filled the final spot on their 90-man roster by signing WR DeAndrew White, who was on their practice squad in 2016. White is an Alabama alum. He is a long shot to earn a roster spot.

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Bruschi laughs off idea that 2017 Pats are more talented than 16-0 team (2:31)
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IT shares Game 3 glory with Celts via FaceTime

Celtics players included injured teammate Isaiah Thomas in their locker-room celebrations of Sunday's Game 3 win via FaceTime so that Thomas could be a part of the team's jubilant celebration.

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Losing focus is becoming a bad habit for Cavaliers (2:02)

Mike Reiss ESPN Staff Writer 

Cornerback Raymond Clayborn was voted by fans as the 2017 Patriots Hall of Fame inductee, as he beat out defensive tackle Richard Seymour and linebacker Mike Vrabel. Clayborn played for the Patriots from 1977-1989. This was Clayborn's fourth year as a finalist, and while he seemed to face longer odds against the other finalists (Richard Seymour, Mike Vrabel), he might have benefited from a split vote between those modern-era players.

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The new wave of self-reporting concussions (2:11)