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NBA Playoffs Schedule 2011: TV Times For Friday's Action

There are three NBA Playoff games tonight, in three series that have proven to be more competitive than anyone could have expected. This is where and when you can find them.

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Celtics Vs. Knicks, 7, ESPN: Boston leads series 2-0. This might be the most interesting series that has ever stood at 2-0 after two games. There are so many storylines to follow. Boston flipping the switch, the Knicks injuries, Shaq's injury, Carmelo's disappearance then dominance. . . this should be a good one tonight too.

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Magic Vs. Hawks, 8, ESPN2: Series tied 1-1. Do the Hawks have an answer for Dwight Howard? Does it even matter? This might be the least publicized first round series in recent memory. Which ever team emerges from this one will head into the second round with relative anonymity and a pretty big chip on their shoulder.

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Lakers Vs. Hornets, 9:30, ESPN: series tied 1-1. The Lakers lost Game 1 of this series, but I don't expect them to be in much trouble for the rest of it. They figured out how to slow down Chris Paul in the last game, and without him dominating, the Lakers should be able to get control of this series awfully quick.

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