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After Boston's win over the Cavaliers last night, the Pistons finally know when, where and who they'll be playing the next round. Here's the schedule for the Eastern Conference Finals:

  1. Tuesday, May 20 @ Boston, 8:30pm, ESPN
  2. Thursday, May 22 @ Boston, 8:30pm, ESPN
  3. Saturday, May 24 at the Palace, 8:30pm, ABC
  4. Monday, May 26 at the Palace, 8:30pm, ESPN
  5. (if needed) Wednesday, May 28 @ Boston, 8:30pm, ESPN
  6. (if needed) Friday, May 30 at the Palace, 8:30pm, ESPN
  7. (if needed) Sunday, June 1 @ Boston, 8:30pm, ESPN

Just because the Celtics took care of the Cavs doesn't mean that we might not see LeBron James at the Palace... From James Jahnke of the Free Press:

"I'm a fan of the game," the Cavaliers' main man said after Game 7 on Sunday. "You might even see me at a few playoff games."

Seems as though the Palace would make geographic sense for that, eh?

James continued: "I know Detroit is a very, very good road team. I think Detroit takes a lot of pride on the road, I think even more than they do at home. They're a very locked-in, zoned-in team. They've been to the conference finals, what, six straight years? I think Boston is going to take that challenge. It's going to be a great series, and I'm looking forward to seeing it."

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