2006–07 Cleveland Cavaliers Season - Playoffs - Eastern Semifinals

Eastern Semifinals

(2) Cleveland Cavaliers vs. (6) New Jersey Nets

May 6 1 New Jersey Nets 77, Cleveland Cavaliers 81 Quicken Loans Arena, Cleveland ABC
May 8 2 New Jersey Nets 92, Cleveland Cavaliers 102 Quicken Loans Arena, Cleveland TNT
May 12 3 Cleveland Cavaliers 85, New Jersey Nets 96 Continental Airlines Arena, East Rutherford ESPN
May 14 4 Cleveland Cavaliers 87, New Jersey Nets 85 Continental Airlines Arena, East Rutherford TNT
May 16 5 New Jersey Nets 83, Cleveland Cavaliers 72 Quicken Loans Arena, Cleveland TNT
May 18 6 Cleveland Cavaliers 88, New Jersey Nets 72 Continental Airlines Arena, East Rutherford ESPN
Cleveland wins series, 4–2

The Cavaliers advanced to the Eastern Conference Finals for the first time since 1992, while the Nets have lost in the Conference Semifinals in three out of the last four years.

New Jersey Nets point guard Jason Kidd averaged a triple double the entire playoffs, scoring 14.6 points, grabbing 10.9 rebounds and dishing out 10.9 assists per game.

The Cavaliers also got revenge of sorts, by eliminating the Nets two years after the Nets eliminated them on the final day of the regular season.

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