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CLEVELAND (AP) — Go ahead and scream, Beliebers.

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The Cavaliers swept the Detroit Pistons and spared Justin Bieber fans any heartbreak.

Cleveland’s four-game romp over Detroit prevented a concert by the pop superstar scheduled for Tuesday night at Quicken Loans Arena from being postponed and rescheduled for another date. Bieber’s sold-out show was in jeopardy because Game 5 in the series was also set for Tuesday.

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However, LeBron James, Kyrie Irving and their teammates dodged any conflict by dispatching the Pistons in Game 4 on Sunday night.

The Cavs are now waiting to see if they’ll play Atlanta or Boston in the next round. That series is tied 2-2.

With some down time before resuming their playoff run, they’d have time to check out the Biebs on their home floor.

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