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Cavaliers vs. Celtics Game 2, NBA Playoffs 2015: Time, TV schedule, radio and more

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Cavs look to gain control of first round series with Boston. Here's how you watch.

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The Cavs got the bright lights of ABC on Sunday afternoon, and it was a ratings bonanza. According to ESPN in a press release, it was the third-highest rated first round game one ... ever. It makes sense. LeBron James, Kyrie Irving, Kevin Love taking on one of, if not the most celebrated franchises in the history of professional basketball. We don't know how competitive this series will ultimately be, but it's not short on star power or storylines.

Tuesday night's game won't get broadcasted on network television, but instead on TNT and Fox Sports Ohio. It'll be great for Fred McLeod and Austin Carr to get to call the game with Allie Clifton. Below is all the information you need to catch the game live. One other thing nice about it being on FSO: Getting to see the pregame Cavs intro and floor animations. The fine folks at the Q do a great job.

Time: 7:00 p.m. ET

Location: Quicken Loans Arena -- Cleveland, Ohio

National TV: TNT

Local TV: Fox Sports Ohio

Radio:

  • Akron - WAKR 1590 AM
  • Ashtabula - WFUN 970 AM
  • Ashtabula - WZOO FM 102.5
  • Canton - WHBC 1480 AM
  • Celina - WCSM AM 1350
  • Celina - WCSM FM 96.7
  • Cincinnati - WCKY AM 1530
  • Cincinnati - WSAI AM 1360
  • Cleveland - WTAM 1100 (Flagship)
  • Cleveland - WMMS FM 100.7
  • Columbus - WZOH 95.5 FM
  • Dover / New Phil - WJER 1450 AM
  • Fostoria - WFOB 1430 AM
  • Huntington, WVa. - WRVC AM 930
  • Huntington, WVa. - FM 94.1
  • Lima - WWSR 93.1 FM
  • Lorain/Elyria - WEOL 930 AM
  • Mansfield - WRGM AM 1440
  • Mansfield - FM 97.3
  • Marietta - WMOA 1490 AM
  • McConnellsville - WJAW 100.9 FM
  • Norwalk - WLKR 95.3 FM
  • Painesville - WABQ 1460 AM
  • Sandusky - WLEC AM 1450
  • Wooster - WQKT 104.5 FM
  • Youngstown - WBBG 106.1 FM