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The Warriors are the fourth team to sweep the Trail Blazers in a playoff series over the last 20 seasons. Each of the previous three teams went on to win the title.

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Russell Westbrook's three triple-doubles in the Thunder's first-round series vs. the Rockets put him in elite company, according to the Elias Sports Bureau.

Coley Harvey ESPN Staff Writer 

Marcus Smart's reaction to Jimmy Butler questioning his toughness? "Hahaha." Added Smart, "You heard him. He said 'I don't think Marcus Smart is about that life.' If you say he ain't about that life, you should know, right?" Smart gave one more postscript: "It ain't hard to find me."

Chris Forsberg ESPN Staff Writer 

Isaiah Thomas on his emotions: "?I'm just taking it day by day. Some days are better than others. But I'm not here, man. It's never going to be the same."

Royce Young ESPN Staff Writer 

Billy Donovan was asked his plan if the Rockets hack Andre Roberson again: "Trust Andre." Donovan did say if it starts going poorly, then he'll make a decision, but felt he needs to show trust and belief that Roberson can step up and knock them down before making that move.

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With the series tied 2-2 and back in Los Angeles for Game 5, ESPN's BPI predicts the Clippers will beat the Jazz on Tuesday night.

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Although the Grizzlies have tied up the series, ESPN's BPI heavily favors the Spurs for Game 5 on Tuesday night.

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ESPN's BPI heavily favors the Rockets to close out their first-round series against the Thunder on Tuesday night.

Calvin Watkins ESPN Staff Writer 

Rockets forward Trevor Ariza said the team must keep the same mentality going into a close out game tonight against the Thunder. Rockets have been up 3-1 six times in their history and they've won all six series. "No different," Ariza said. "All the same mentality. You don't think ahead at all. Live in the moment."

Calvin Watkins ESPN Staff Writer 

Patrick Beverley said he expects a million fans at the Toyota Center for $1 beer night. He also asks reporters what type of beer will be sold.

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Calvin Watkins ESPN Staff Writer 

Rapper and Houston native Travis Scott will perform before the Rockets-Thunder game. It's also $1 beer, $1 hot dog, $1 soft drink and $1 nachos night from 5:30-6:30 pm at Toyota Center. Gates open early at 5:30 pm.