LeBron James will now face off against his former team, after the Miami Heat defeated the Boston Celtics in six games to win the Eastern Conference for the first time since 2014, when James was still in Miami.
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Eastern Conference Finals
Miami Heat (5) def. Boston Celtics (3), 4-2
Celtics, Heat hug it out after tough-fought series
The Miami Heat dribble out the clock and congratulate the Celtics on a tough Eastern Conference Finals.
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Western Conference Finals
Los Angeles Lakers (1) def. Denver Nuggets (3), 4-1
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