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If the Jazz plan to upset the Clippers in Game 7 on Sunday, they'll need Rudy Gobert's on-court presence. The center has been Utah's defensive anchor throughout the series, but his health is in question after twisting his left ankle in Friday's Game 6 loss.

Chris Haynes ESPN Staff Writer 

Golden State Warriors say Matt Barnes (ankle) is upgraded to probable for Game 1 of the second round and Shaun Livingston (index finger) still remains questionable.

Michael C. Wright ESPN Staff Writer 

Spurs getting in some practice in advance of conference semifinals matchup with Houston.

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Chris Haynes ESPN Staff Writer 

New Orleans forward Dante Cunningham plans to decline player option to become unrestricted free agent this summer, league sources tell ESPN.

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When it's mattered most for the Clippers, Chris Paul has been their go-to playmaker and delivered with big shots.

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What was the difference for the Celtics in their first-round series win against the Bulls? Ball movement, which allowed them to shoot 51 percent from the field and 38 percent from the 3-point line.

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If the Wizards plan to take down the Celtics in the second round, they'll need to quicken the pace and find opportunities in transition like they did against the Hawks.

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As the Clippers head into Game 7 against the Jazz on Sunday, Chris Paul will be looking to cap off the best scoring series of his playoff career.

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Clippers 98, Jazz 93 (series tied 3-3) -Chris Paul: averaging 27.3 PPG this series (career high for a playoff series)

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Wizards 115, Hawks 99 (Wizards wins series 4-2) John Wall had 19 points in the fourth quarter, most in 4th Q of any of his 24 playoff games

Tim MacMahon ESPN Staff Writer 

The Clippers survived to force a Game 7 despite nearly collapsing in crunch time. A 10-point lead with 1:29 remaining was sliced to three, and Jazz clutch star Joe Johnson had a chance to tie it with a 3-pointer with seconds remaining but missed. Chris Paul and Co. live to play another game. "It wouldn't be us if it wasn't dramatic," Paul said on ESPN after a pair of late turnovers almost spoiled his 29-point, 8-assist performance. The big question: How healthy will Jazz center Rudy Gobert be after hurting his ankle late in the third quarter?