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Popovich: Eventually somebody has to win on the road.

Spurs coach Gregg Popovich speaks on the difficulties of winning on the road, the matchup between brothers Pau and Marc Gasol and the benefit of adding David Lee to the starting lineup.

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Stephen A.: Wizards can give Cavaliers a challenge.

Stephen A. Smith and Max Kellerman analyze Washington's series against Atlanta and discuss whether the team has enough to test Cleveland.

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Boston pulls away late, wins Game 5.

Isaiah Thomas scores 24 points and Al Horford adds 21 as the Celtics outlast the Bulls.

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Butler nails buzzer-beater 3 from way out.

Jimmy Butler drains a 3-pointer from downtown to close out the third quarter.

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Westbrook runs out of gas as Thunder falter.

Russell Westbrook was spectacular in the third quarter and the opposite in the fourth, but his team fails him again when it matters most.

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Do Clippers get a pass for Griffin's injury?

Stephen A. Smith and Max Kellerman disagree with the issues surrounding the Clippers.

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2017 playoffs

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Are Thunder committed to winning with Westbrook?

Stephen A. Smith wonders if Thunder owner Clay Bennett and GM Sam Presti will see this year's season as an opportunity lost to surround Russell Westbrook with better talent.

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Westbrook's season must-see every night.

Relive Russell Westbrook's epic 2016-17 season with moments and stats for the history books.

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Russ' top plays from an epic season.

Watch his best plays from a season for the ages.

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5-on-5: offseason outlook

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Thompson on Riley

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  • Pat Riley's Final Test

    This was the NBA legend's most difficult season in 50 years. So why, after nine championships, doesn't he just walk away? If only it were that easy.

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.