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Ohm Youngmisuk ESPN Staff Writer 

If you're going to have to have one of your stars struggle at start, I'd think the Wizards would settle for John Wall getting off to a slow start while Bradley Beal comes out playing desperate and hot. Wall missed his first three shots, has two turnovers and is scoreless. Wall, who does have five assists, will keep attacking and eventually get to the rim. Beal, though, relies on his jumper and rhythm and has 12 points already. Beal is also active defensively with two steals and a block so far.

Chris Forsberg ESPN Staff Writer 

Rally towels the Celtics are giving out for Game 5 vs. the Bulls.

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For better or worse Russell Westbrook took control in the fourth quarter in the Thunder's series against the Rockets. More than half of the team's possessions in the fourth ended with Westbrook, though he turned the ball over more and his field goal percentage plummeted.

Dave McMenamin ESPN Staff Writer 

Shout out to the Cavs' training staff going the extra mile cleaning the team's yoga mats with disinfecting wipes after today's practice

Royce Young ESPN Staff Writer 

Russell Westbrook is eligible for as much as a five-year extension this summer and said he hasn't thought about that yet, but adds, "Obviously, Oklahoma City is the place I want to be."

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PG Rajon Rondo will not return from injury for Game 5 on Wednesday night, and that will have a huge effect on the Bulls.

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If the trend continues, all signs point to a Game 7 between the Spurs and Grizzlies. The home team has yet to lose in nine meetings between the two this season.

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The Rockets ended the Thunder's season Tuesday, but Russell Westbrook didn't go down without a fight. The MVP candidate once again put himself in historic company with his 47 points in Oklahoma City's 105-99 loss.