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Beverley avoids suspension for incident with fan.

Ramona Shelburne reports the latest on Patrick Beverley, who has been fined $25,000 by the NBA for an incident with a fan during the Rockets' Game 3 loss to the Thunder.

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Stephenson's aggressive play ignites Indiana.

Lance Stephenson's would-be lay-in over Kevin Love doesn't count, but that doesn't stop the Pacers bench from coming alive.

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LeBron James has some history on the line today. With a win he will pass Tim Duncan for most playoff sweeps in a career all-time with 10. He will also pass Magic Johnson, Michael Cooper and James Worthy for most consecutive first round playoff wins with 21 (since 1984). Also, he's averaging 32.7 points, 10.7 assists and 9.7 rebounds in the playoffs against IND thus far, putting him in range to join Johnson and Jason Kidd as the only players in the last 30 years to average a triple-double in a playoff series.

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Clippers

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Clippers

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Lob City coming to an end?

Jalen Rose believes that Griffin's injury could be just the start of many changes for the Clippers and admits that it very well could be the end of an era.

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Grizzlies edge Spurs on Gasol's OT winner.

Marc Gasol's Game 4 winner sealed a thriller and evened the series.

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Aldridge jeopardizing Spurs' chances.

Stephen A. Smith breaks down why LaMarcus Aldridge's "pedestrian" play is failing to live up San Antonio's expectations.

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Golden State flips the switch in the 3rd.

Down 16 in the third quarter, the Warriors go on a 19-1 run to shift momentum, catapulting them to a commanding series lead.

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Saturday's NBA playoff action did not disappoint.

From the Grizzlies' thrilling overtime victory over the Spurs to the Warriors' amazing comeback over the Trail Blazers, Saturday's NBA playoff slate was full of exhilarating moments.

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Millsap responds to Morris' 'cry-baby' comments.

After the Hawks' Game 3 win, Markieff Morris calls Paul Millsap a "cry-baby" and Millsap shrugs it off.

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Wall takes on entire Hawks team for nasty finish.

John Wall goes coast-to-coast, weaving through all five defenders to finish with the electrifying one-handed flush.

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Raptors

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DeRozan leads Raptors to Game 4 win.

After scoring eight points in Game 3, DeMar DeRozan records 33 points and nine rebounds in Toronto's win over Milwaukee to even the series at 2-2.

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The game within the game.

In Kobe Bryant's latest Canvas installment, the makeup of an obsessive competitor is broken down within the game of basketball and how Kawhi Leonard is a prime example of it.

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Does Rondo try to trip Crowder?

Jae Crowder jaws at the Bulls' bench after hitting a jumper, and Rajon Rondo extends his leg as Crowder walks by.

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Thunder

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Thunder back in series with exhilarating win.

The Thunder return home, come out strong and hold off a late surge from James Harden and the Rockets to stave off a 3-0 hole.

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Jimmer Fredette's impact on Chinese basketball.

OTL catches up with the former NCAA star and current Shanghai Sharks guard, who still has NBA aspirations but is changing the game of basketball overseas.

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On This Date: April 23, 1989

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  • Kareem Abdul-Jabbar played his last NBA game

    On this date in 1989, Kareem Abdul-Jabbar played his last NBA game. At the time of retiring, he held the record for many "mosts", such as points scored, blocked shots, Most Valuable Player awards and All-Star Games.

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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.