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  • Report: Knicks want to talk to ex-coach Woodson

    The New York Knicks have focused their coaching search on five leading candidates -- and the list does not include Villanova's Jay Wright -- according to a report from ESPN. The Knicks' top four choices include ex-NBA coaches David Fizdale, Mark Jackson and David Blatt, along with longtime player Jerry Stackhouse. The team received permission to speak with a fifth candidate, former Knicks coach and current Los Angeles Clippers assistant Mike Woodson, ESPN's Adrian Wojnarowski reported.
    16 Apr @ 8AM

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  • Clippers look to heal with decisions looming about future

    The Clippers are finally out of their misery, a long season marred by significant injuries coming to an end just short of the playoffs. Coach Doc Rivers started an NBA-leading 37 different lineups because of the injuries. The Clippers were forced to dip into the G League for starters, most notably C.J. Williams (who was signed to a multi-year deal) and Tyrone Wallace.
    13 Apr @ 5AM

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  • Doc Rivers: 2016-17 Clippers were ‘a hard group to like because they didn’t like each other’

    Kevin Arnovitz of ESPN wrote an excellent feature on Doc Rivers and the Clippers. It includes Chris Paul telling Clippers owner Steve Ballmer he left for the Rockets in part due to Rivers. That tidbit, and many others in the story, are attributed to
    13 Apr @ 5AM

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  • Hart's 30 lead Lakers past Clippers 115-100 to end season

    LOS ANGELES (AP) -- Jason Hart set career highs with 30 points and seven 3-pointers, and the Los Angeles Lakers defeated the Clippers 115-100 on Wednesday night, closing out a fifth consecutive season without a playoff berth. Two-way player Gary Payton
    12 Apr @ 5PM

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  • Philadelphia secures No. 3 seed with blowout over Bucks

    Dario Saric scored 24 points, Justin Anderson added 25 points off the bench, and the Philadelphia 76ers roared into the postseason with a 130-95 win over the Milwaukee Bucks on Wednesday at Wells Fargo Center to secure the third overall seed in the Eastern Conference. The Sixers closed the regular season on a 16-game winning streak, the longest ever for a team entering the postseason, winning half of those games with All-Star center Joel Embiid sidelined by a facial fracture. Philadelphia has served notice as a dark horse candidate for the playoffs, with its dismantling of Milwaukee the latest example of its potential.
    12 Apr @ 2PM

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  • It's the last day of the NBA season, with much to decide

    Actually, for Atlanta, Phoenix, Dallas and Charlotte, the end came in their season finales Tuesday. Then there are Minnesota and Denver. Game 82 for both teams will have a Game 7-of-the-playoffs feel, which is a fitting way to transition from the regular season to the postseason.
    12 Apr @ 6AM

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  • The MVP votes are due, and let the annual debate begin

    The argument happens most every year. Who is the NBA MVP?LeBron James has been the best player for most of his 15 years in the league, and he's won the award only four times. Russell Westbrook won it last year, buoyed by averaging a triple-double, yet
    12 Apr @ 1AM

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  • It's the last day of the NBA season, with much to decide

    Actually, for Atlanta, Phoenix, Dallas and Charlotte, the end came in their season finales Tuesday. Then there are Minnesota and Denver. Game 82 for both teams will have a Game 7-of-the-playoffs feel, which is a fitting way to transition from the regular season to the postseason.
    11 Apr @ 5PM

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  • Westbrook triple as Thunder seal playoff spot, Spurs through

    Paul George scored 27 points and Russell Westbrook bagged a triple-double as the Oklahoma City Thunder overcame an 18-point deficit to clinch a playoff berth with a 115-93 victory over the Miami Heat on Monday. Westbrook finished with 23 points, 18 rebounds and 13 assists in a dynamic performance which assured the Thunder of a postseason berth and kept them in the hunt for home-court advantage in the first round. The Thunder improved to 47-34 with the win, leaving them level on wins in the Western Conference standings with fourth-placed Utah, who have played a game fewer.
    10 Apr @ 5PM

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  • Pelicans pound Clippers, seal playoff bid

    Anthony Davis scored 28 points, and the New Orleans Pelicans clinched a playoff berth with a 113-100 victory over the host Los Angeles Clippers on Monday night at Staples Center. The Pelicans (47-34) won their fourth consecutive game as they completed a sweep of a three-game road trip to reach the playoffs for the first time in three years. The Spurs and Oklahoma City have the same record as New Orleans, which holds the head-to-head tiebreaker against the Thunder and leads the season series with San Antonio 2-1.
    10 Apr @ 2PM

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