Stephen Curry Insists He's Not Injured
Stephen Curry struggled in Game 4, scoring just 19 points on 20 shooting possessions in the Warriors' loss to the Thunder.
David Fizdale Progresses To 2nd Round Of Interviews With Grizzlies
David Fizdale has progressed to an interview with Robert Pera after his first interview with the Grizzlies.
Dunc'd On: OKC/GSW Game 4, Mavericks Offseason
Oklahoma City puts Golden State on the brink of elimination after their 73-win season. Why was the Thunder small lineup so effective, what is wrong with Stephen Curry and Draymond Green, and can the Warriors do anything differently to salvage the series.
Cost Of New Kings' Arena Jumps From $447M To $534.6M
The city's subsidy is capped at $255 million and the owners of the Kings have been taking care of most of the cost increases themselves.
James Borrego Gets 2nd Interview With Rockets
The Rockets had seemingly narrowed their search to Mike D'Antoni and Stephen Silas, but they're again widening it.
Craig Sager To Receive Jimmy V Award At ESPYS
Craig Sager has continued to work as he battles a recurrence of the leukemia he has been battling for the last few years.
Kevin Durant: We're A Better Team Now
Kevin Durant returned from his multiple foot surgeries with a changed outlook.
Russell Westbrook Was Offered Partial Academic Scholarship By Stanford
Russell Westbrook's favorite subject in school was math.
Kevin Love Expects To Play In Game 5 After Stepping On Ref's Foot
Kevin Love injured the knee more than the ankle with the accident.
DeMar DeRozan Worked Out With 1,000 Shots Until 1 AM On Eve Of Game 4
The session placed heavy emphasis on scoring assertively and promptly.

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The Spectacular Nonsense Of Cavs, Raptors

by Colin McGowan

Many of the Cavs' shots that are now 24-footers were dunks and lay-ins during the pair of blowouts for that opened the series, while Kyle Lowry and DeMar DeRozan ascended to being unguardable back in Toronto.

2016 Offseason Preview: Dallas Mavericks

by Keith P Smith

Dallas is likely looking at a roster that is veteran heavy and filled with short-term contracts as they continue to forgo a full rebuild for as long as Dirk Nowitzki keeps playing.

Will The Warriors Let Festus Ezeli Be Their Steven Adams?

by Jonny Auping

The reality is Steven Adams is a better player than Festus Ezeli, but another reality is that Ezeli is almost certainly going to be paid this summer to be the type of player that Adams is right now. The Warriors are in a position to gauge whether or not he's worth it.

The Future Stephen Curry

by Christopher Reina

Because of his shooting and basketball IQ, Stephen Curry should have three or four more seasons of MVP-level production before a slow decline into his late 30s and possibly even 40s depending on the subtle adjustments he makes in the mid-range and how the system he plays in evolves to account for his physical limitations.

76ers' Finally Have Optimal Optionality In Draft

by Jake Hyman

Taking three straight centers, including one who has yet to play, and neglecting to upgrade other positions played a part in the 76ers winning the lottery. This time they can pick anyone they want and the best players available fortunately aren't again centers.

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2016 NBA Playoffs Bracket

Opening Round
E1 Cleveland Cavaliers 4
E8 Detroit Pistons 0
E4 Atlanta Hawks 4
E5 Boston Celtics 2
E3 Miami Heat 4
E6 Charlotte Hornets 3
E2 Toronto Raptors 4
E7 Indiana Pacers 3
W1 Golden State Warriors 4
W8 Houston Rockets 1
W4 Los Angeles Clippers 2
W5 Portland Trail Blazers 4
W3 Oklahoma City Thunder 4
W6 Dallas Mavericks 1
W2 San Antonio Spurs 4
W7 Memphis Grizzlies 0
Conference Semi-Finals
E1 Cleveland Cavaliers 4
E4 Atlanta Hawks 0
E2 Toronto Raptors 4
E3 Miami Heat 3
W1 Golden State Warriors 4
W5 Portland Trail Blazers 1
W2 San Antonio Spurs 2
W3 Oklahoma City Thunder 4
Conference Finals
E1 Cleveland Cavaliers 2
E2 Toronto Raptors 2
W1 Golden State Warriors 1
W3 Oklahoma City Thunder 3
NBA Finals

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NBA Playoffs Schedule

DateAway TeamHome Team
May. 22 at 8:00 PM
Golden State (L
Oklahoma City (W)
May. 23 at 8:30 PM
Cleveland (L
Toronto (W)
May. 24 at 9:00 PM
Golden State (L
Oklahoma City (W)
May. 25 at 8:30 PM
May. 26 at 9:00 PM
Oklahoma City 
Golden State
May. 27 at 8:30 PM
May. 28 at 9:00 PM
Golden State 
Oklahoma City
May. 29 at 8:30 PM
May. 30 at 9:00 PM
Oklahoma City 
Golden State

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2016 D-League Playoffs Bracket

First Round
W1 Reno Bighorns 1
W4 Los Angeles D-Fenders 2
W2 Austin Spurs 2
W3 Rio Grande Valley Vipers 1
E1 Sioux Falls Skyforce 2
E4 Westchester Knicks 0
E2 Maine Red Claws 0
E3 Canton Charge 2
Second Round
W2 Austin Spurs 1
W4 Los Angeles D-Fenders 2
E1 Sioux Falls Skyforce 2
E3 Canton Charge 0
E1 Sioux Falls Skyforce 2
W4 Los Angeles D-Fenders 1

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Euroleague Schedule

DateAway TeamHome Team
May. 15 at 2:00 PM
CSKA Moscow (W
Fenerbahce Ulker (L
May. 15 at 11:00 AM
Lokomotiv Kuban (W
May. 13 at 3:00 PM
Lokomotiv Kuban (L
CSKA Moscow (W
May. 13 at 12:00 PM
Fenerbahce Ulker (W
Apr. 26 at 2:00 PM
Lokomotiv Kuban (W
Apr. 21 at 2:00 PM
Lokomotiv Kuban (W
Apr. 19 at 2:00 PM
Fenerbahce Ulker (W
Real Madrid (L
Apr. 19 at 2:00 PM
Lokomotiv Kuban (L
Apr. 19 at 2:00 PM
Panathinaikos (L
Apr. 18 at 2:00 PM
CSKA Moscow (W
KK Crvena Zvezda (L

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NBA Playoffs Leaders

Kevin Durant 27.67 Points

DeAndre Jordan 16.33 Rebounds

Russell Westbrook 11.07 Assists

Myles Turner 3.29 Blocks

Trevor Ariza 2.60 Steals

Chris Paul 34.20 PER

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Top Performers for May. 24, 2016

NBA Playoffs Standings

Conference Finals
#1 Cleveland 2-2 #2 Toronto
#1 Golden State 1-3 #3 Oklahoma City

Conference Semi Finals
#1 Cleveland 4-0 #4 Atlanta
#2 Toronto 4-3 #3 Miami
#1 Golden State 4-1 #5 Portland
#2 San Antonio 2-4 #3 Oklahoma City

Opening Round
#1 Cleveland 4-0 #8 Detroit
#2 Toronto 4-3 #7 Indiana
#3 Miami 4-3 #6 Charlotte
#4 Atlanta 4-2 #5 Boston
#1 Golden State 4-1 #8 Houston
#2 San Antonio 4-0 #7 Memphis
#3 Oklahoma City 4-1 #6 Dallas
#4 L.A. Clippers 2-4 #5 Portland

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NCAA Leaders

James Daniel 27.07 Points

Egidijus Mockevicius 14.00 Rebounds

Kay Felder 9.26 Assists

Vashil Fernandez 3.31 Blocks

Tra-Deon Hollins 3.97 Steals

John Brown 34.05 PER

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D-League Playoffs Leaders

Erick Green 36.67 Points

Coty Clarke 12.00 Rebounds

David Stockton 9.33 Assists

Chris Walker 3.33 Blocks

Travis Trice 3.50 Steals

Kevin Capers 36.61 PER

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Euroleague Leaders

Nando De Colo 19.44 Points

Yannis Bourousis 8.66 Rebounds

Thomas Heurtel 7.88 Assists

Ekpe Udoh 2.26 Blocks

Nick Calathes 2.04 Steals

Nando De Colo 28.46 PER

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