- 4/7L 106-96
- 4/9L 121-119
- 4/11W 119-117
- 4/12W 120-97
- 4/14L 117-112
- 4/16L 107-106
- 4/17W 111-85
- 4/19W 109-94
- 4/21L 107-87
- 4/22W 106-91
- 4/24W 110-108
- 4/26W 146-143
- 4/28L 116-111
- 4/30L 143-140
- 5/2L 113-111
- 5/3L 110-99
- 5/5L 126-94
- 5/7W 113-104
- 5/8L 124-102
- 5/10W 146-125
- 5/12L 128-116
- 5/13L 102-98
- 5/15L 140-103
- 5/16L 123-121
- 5/19L 100-96
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Chauncey Billups, Becky Hammon and Mike D'Antoni have advanced to second interviews in the Trail Blazers' search for a head coach, sources told ESPN.
The NBA playoffs are here! Here's everything to know about the 16 teams vying for a title.
Highlights from the Grizzlies' win over the Spurs in the 9v10 play=in game matchup on SportsCenter All Night w/Jay Reynolds. All the calls from Sean Kelley on ESPN Radio.
San Antonio lost in the play-in round and faces a crossroads after two seasons without a playoff appearance.
— Dillon Brooks scored eight of his 24 points in the fourth quarter to help put Memphis ahead to stay and the Grizzlies eliminated the San Antonio Spurs 100-96 on Wednesday night in the first Western Conference play-in game.
— E’Twaun Moore scored 22 points and made a 3-pointer with 2.2 seconds remaining that lifted the Phoenix Suns past the San Antonio Spurs 123-121 on Sunday and kept alive their chances at the No. 1 seed in the Western Conference.
Here is what's on the line ahead of the league's regular-season finale.
The 2020 Naismith Memorial Basketball Hall of Fame class is one of the most star-studded of all-time, led by Kobe Bryant and fellow NBA legends Kevin Garnett and Tim Duncan.
— Devin Booker had 27 points and the Phoenix Suns maintained their hope of earning the top spot in the Western Conference with a 140-103 victory over the short-handed San Antonio Spurs on Saturday.
The Spurs played Saturday afternoon without their head coach after Gregg Popovich made the decision to fly to Connecticut to see Tim Duncan -- with whom he won five NBA championships -- officially go into the Hall of Fame.
— Alec Burks scored a season-high 30 points in his return from a three-game absence and the New York Knicks kept up their chase of home-court advantage in the playoffs by rallying to beat the San Antonio Spurs 102-98 on Thursday night.
— James Harden had 18 points and 11 assists in his return from an 18-game absence to help the Brooklyn Nets beat the San Antonio Spurs 128-116 on Wednesday night.
— DeMar DeRozan had 23 points and the San Antonio Spurs set a franchise record for points in the first half while rolling to a 146-125 victory over the Milwaukee Bucks on Monday night.
The races to stay out of the NBA's play-in tournament aren't the only battles that have our attention right now.
— Damian Lillard scored 30 points and the Portland Trail Blazers beat the San Antonio Spurs 124-102 on Saturday night, moving closer to an outright playoff spot.
Points Per Game111.120th
Rebounds Per Game43.918th
Assists Per Game24.416th