2007 National Basketball Association Finals - Series Summary

Series Summary

Game Date Home Team Result Road Team
Game 1 Thursday, June 7 San Antonio Spurs 85-76 (1-0) Cleveland Cavaliers
Game 2 Sunday, June 10 San Antonio Spurs 103-92 (2-0) Cleveland Cavaliers
Game 3 Tuesday, June 12 Cleveland Cavaliers 72-75 (0-3) San Antonio Spurs
Game 4 Thursday, June 14 Cleveland Cavaliers 82-83 (0-4) San Antonio Spurs

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