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Brian Windhorst @WindhorstESPN

It's warm today in Cleveland and Cavs have air conditioning at full blast in arena. Part of the LeBron cramp-prevention program.

Chris Forsberg ESPN Staff Writer 

Brad Stevens not playing coy today. Celtics will stick with Aron Baynes in starting lineup in Game 6.

Ian Begley ESPN Staff Writer 

A little late on this but kudos to Michael Beasley for supporting the ACES brand by wearing these shoes in a game. Brian Kortovich started the company to honor his late father, Joseph Kortovich, who died from appendix cancer when Brian was 10. ACES gives a percentage of each sale to causes that matter. "It was an honor to rock the Nike KD "ACES" custom shoes in game," Beasley said. "Knowing what Brian and the ACES brand stands for, I've always taken pride in overcoming the odds and embodying that Hustle & Heart mentality. Look forward to the next one!"

Ian Begley ESPN Staff Writer 

Michigan guard Charles Matthews also worked out for the Knicks, per his Instagram account.

Ian Begley ESPN Staff Writer 

Seton Hall's Desi Rodriguez has a pre-draft workout with the Knicks, per his Instagram account.

Ohm Youngmisuk ESPN Staff Writer 

Duke's Grayson Allen talks about his past trouble with tripping and how Brandon Ingram has added more muscle.


Ohm Youngmisuk ESPN Staff Writer 

Duke's Grayson Allen going through the Lakers' final pre-draft drill of the day.


Stefano Fusaro ESPN 

The Rockets defense has been stellar the past 2 games, especially late, holding Golden State to 26 points combined in the last two 4th quarters. Which is why this quote today from one of their defensive anchors, PJ Tucker, is extremely interesting. "It's something that's built up all year. We see our defense now be as good as it is, but we still feel it could be a lot better. We just watched film, and honestly it wasn't great. We didn't play great defense last night. Everybody is talking about how great we were on that end, but we really don't feel that way. We need to keep working and be even better next game."

Tim MacMahon ESPN Staff Writer 

James Harden on Chris Paul's absence: "It's tough, but we don't just want to be down about it. We don't want to be pouting around. Keep our same swagger, our same positive energy. And we kind of feed that off to him as well. Be happy, be ready. Get this thing right, get this thing going and be back in no time."