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Stephen A. believes in Clippers.

Stephen A. Smith previews the Clippers' Game 7 matchup against the Jazz.

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A season of beef between Celtics, Wizards.

From John Wall's November ejection to the Wizards' all-black attire, to Brandon Jennings and Terry Rozier colliding and the resulting double technical foul -- the second-round series between Boston and Washington won't be short of drama.

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Wade not rushing to think about future.

Dwyane Wade says he hasn't decided if he's going to pick up his player option with the Bulls and will not decide that in the immediate future.

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Is Bird leaving because George plans to?

Brian Windhorst and Ramona Shelburne believe the prospects of rebuilding the Pacers without Paul George could be a motivating factor.

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Stephen A. believes the pressure on Bird mounted.

Stephen A. Smith believes Larry Bird did not want to recruit talent if George is going to walk away from the Pacers.

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Don't ask Popovich the same question twice.

Gregg Popovich explains how great of a player he believes Mike Conley is, but when he is asked the same question later on during the press conference, he gives a typical Popovich response.

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Inside the Spurs' success

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  • The Pop Dynasty

    The Spurs are on the greatest active streak in sports. How do they do it year after year?

Is LeBron slowing down?

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  • Is this the beginning of LeBron James' end?

    At 32 years old, LeBron James remains superhuman, able to carry the Cavs while playing an unprecedented number of minutes. But even superhumans have their limits.

Lottery Mock draft

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  • 2017 NBA lottery mock draft: Play the lotto!

    What are the odds the Suns, Celtics or Lakers land the No. 1 pick? Which teams could get lucky and vault to the top? Chad Ford breaks down 2,184 scenarios, based on the actual NBA lottery.