Love lost between Cleveland Cavaliers and Boston Celtics – what’s next?

The Cavaliers will advance to the next round of the playoffs after defeating the Celtics in a very physical – and potentially very costly – Game 4

The Cleveland Cavaliers advanced to Eastern Conference semi-finals after defeating the Boston Celtics, 101-93, in yesterday’s Game 4 of their first-round series. But while LeBron’s bunch easily swept their overmatched opponents, they may have suffered their biggest loss of the season in the process. Cleveland will most likely be without Kevin Love for at least a few weeks after the power forward dislocated his shoulder during Sunday’s game.

The injury happened in the first quarter when Boston center Kelly Olynyk pulled at Love’s arm while both players were racing for the ball. Immediately after the contact, Love ran back to the locker room. The serious, and painful, nature of the injury soon became apparent as replays clearly showed Love’s arm popping out of its socket during the incident.

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