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Five things to watch: Celtics-Cavs

Health will be biggest key for both teams in Game 3 at TD Garden

Updated: May 7, 2010, 1:14 PM ET
By Chris Forsberg | ESPNBoston.com

As the Celtics and Cavaliers prepare to tip off in Friday's Game 3 of an Eastern Conference semifinal series at the TD Garden, here are five key areas to watch:

1. Injuries, Part I

After running away with Game 2 in Cleveland on Monday, the Celtics initially lamented three full days off before Game 3, noting that the team with momentum always wants to get back on the court immediately.

But it turned out to be a fortuitous break. Both Kevin Garnett (strained right midfoot) and ...

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