DAILY DIME: SPECIAL EDITION
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Detroit at Miami, Game 4, conference finals (May 29): D-Wade's acrobatic and-one built a four-point lead in the fourth quarter of Game 4, and the Pistons never caught the Heat again.
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Washington at Cleveland, Game 1, first round (April 22): LeBron James turned hype into reality when he posted a triple double in his first playoff game and led the Cleveland Cavaliers to their first playoff series victory in 13 years.
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Cleveland at Detroit, Game 2, conference semifinals (May 9): The Pistons' Rasheed Wallace embodied the highs and lows of the East playoffs, coming in with the best team, making a failed Guaran-'Sheed, spraining his ankle and ending his season in defeat.
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Miami at New Jersey, Game 4, conference semifinals (May 14): Vince Carter and the Nets entered the playoffs a hot team and were picked by many to upset the Miami Heat when the second round began. By the end of Game 4, the Heat had a 3-1 lead and New Jersey's optimism was sunk.
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Cleveland at Washington, Game 6, first round (May 5): LeBron tells Gilbert Arenas that if he misses these OT free throws, the game is over. The Wiz led 113-112 with 15 seconds left. Arenas misses. Then Damon swishes. Wiz lose.