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Luke Walton Agrees To Become Head Coach Of Lakers
Luke Walton played for the Lakers from 2003-2012 and is currently an assistant coach with the Warriors.
Paul Pierce '50-50' On Retiring
Paul Pierce's PER dropped from 15.1 with the Wizards to 8.2 with the Clippers and his minutes fell to under 20 per game.
Lakers Canceled Interview With Ettore Messina After Meeting With Walton
The Lakers had plans to interview Ettore Messina at some point next week but they were canceled after meeting with Luke Walton.
Tyronn Lue Hasn't Signed New Contract As Cavs' Coach
The Cavs and Tyronn Lue's representatives came to a verbal agreement on a new deal that would pay him $3 million prorated for 2015-16 and $3 million next season, with a team option for a third year.
Dunc'd On: Friday's Games, Spurs/Thunder Preview, Walton To The Lakers
Nate Duncan and Danny Leroux break down Friday's games (MIA/CHA, LAC/POR, TOR/IND), preview Spurs/Thunder and Blazers/Warriors and analyze Luke Walton getting hired by the Lakers.
Stephen Curry Will Try to Return Ahead of Two-Week Timeline
Stephen Curry has a sprained MCL in his right knee and was originally going to be re-evaluated in two weeks.
Deron Williams Intends to Decline 2016-17 Player Option, Become Free Agent
Williams agreed to a buyout of the final two seasons of his contract with the Brooklyn Nets last July and signed with the Mavericks, averaging 14.1 points, 5.8 rebounds and 2.9 rebounds per game this season.
Tyler Johnson Will Play in Game 6
Tyler Johnson had surgery to repair the rotator cuff in his left shoulder on February 3 and has not played in a game since January 26.
Rockets Dispute Notion Chemistry Isn't Properly Considered
The Rockets never were able to come together as Daryl Morey expected this season.
Daryl Morey Accuses Rival Teams Of Shaping Negative Stories About Rockets
Daryl Morey defended the Rockets' season from criticism and also accused other teams of planting or influencing stories about the team.

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How Neil Olshey Has Found And Developed The Type Of Players The Clippers Need

by Jonny Auping

The only Neil Olshey acquired players left on the Clippers are Chris Paul, Blake Griffin and DeAndre Jordan. Meanwhile, Portland is full of the type of players the Clippers should have been targeting.

2016 Offseason Preview: Sacramento Kings

by Keith P Smith

Whether or not Sacramento wants a return engagement for Rajon Rondo is likely tied to their most important decision of the offseason, hiring a coach.

Ordinary Together, MVPs Apart

by Colin McGowan

The fact Blake Griffin and Chris Paul are MVP candidates when they don't share the floor and diminished when they're together is indicative of an intractable problem. They just can't make each other as spectacular as they seem like they should be when you watch them play by themselves.

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NBA Schedule

DateAway TeamHome Team
Apr. 29 at 7:30 PM
Toronto (L
Indiana (W)
Apr. 29 at 8:00 PM
Miami (W
Charlotte (L)
Apr. 29 at 10:30 PM
L.A. Clippers (L
Portland (W)
Apr. 30 at 8:30 PM
Oklahoma City 
San Antonio

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NBA Leaders

Stephen Curry 30.06 Points

Andre Drummond 14.79 Rebounds

Rajon Rondo 11.65 Assists

Hassan Whiteside 3.68 Blocks

Stephen Curry 2.14 Steals

Stephen Curry 31.29 PER

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Top Performers for Apr. 29, 2016

Kemba Walker 37 Points

DeAndre Jordan 20 Rebounds

Kyle Lowry 10 Assists

Myles Turner 4 Blocks

Monta Ellis 4 Steals

DeAndre Jordan 22.8 Efficiency

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NBA Standings

# East Record
1Cleveland57-25
2Toronto56-26
3Miami48-34
4Boston48-34
5Charlotte48-34
6Atlanta48-34
7Indiana45-37
8Detroit44-38

# West Record
1Golden State73-9
2San Antonio67-15
3Oklahoma City55-27
4L.A. Clippers53-29
5Portland44-38
6Dallas42-40
7Memphis42-40
8Houston41-41

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