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The Cleveland Cavaliers have ruled Kevin Love out for the entirety of their upcoming Eastern Conference semifinal after sustaining a dislocated left shoulder against the Boston Celtics on Sunday. Per ESPN:

Love suffered the injury in Sunday's 101-93 win over Boston after the Celtics' Kelly Olynyk was called for a loose-ball foul for clamping down on Love's left arm and pulling it towards the floor with 5:22 remaining in the first quarter. Love called Olynyk's actions "bush-league" after the game and said he thought it was intentional.

The seven-year veteran received X-rays and an MRI on his shoulder Monday as well as additional examination at Cleveland Clinic Sports Health before being ruled out for the second round, which would begin Saturday should the Chicago Bulls beat the Milwaukee Bucks in five games.
The Cavs went 3-4 during the regular season without Love in the lineup.
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