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The Ten: Cavs take command over Hawks

LeBron James missed a triple-double by one rebound Friday night and the Cavaliers rolled out of Atlanta with a 2-0 series lead via a 94-82 win.

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Draft fits for Knicks, Lakers, Sixers, Wolves

Chad Ford and Kevin Pelton debate which players the top four teams in the 2015 NBA draft should take. Should Minnesota take Karl-Anthony Towns No. 1 overall?

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Kupchak says next season will be Kobe's last (2:41)

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The Howard Harden Disconnect (1:03)

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Will the Derrick Rose of old return?

Derrick Rose is optimistic about his health after playing throughout this past postseason and says he's ready to push his body harder than ever.

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Warriors near franchise record

If the Warriors win tonight's Game 3 vs. the Rockets, it will tie their longest win streak (6) in a single postseason. They also did it in 1947 and 1975 -- and won the title in both of those seasons.

LeBron among greats with 30-point game

LeBron James scored 30 points in a playoff game for the 74th time in his career on Friday, tying him for 4th on the NBA's all-time list.

Hawks pick bad time for skid

Atlanta was 35-6 at home during the regular season and didn't lose back-to-back home games at any point -- until the first two games of the conference finals.

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LeBron puts Cavs on his shoulders

With Kyrie Irving out Friday, LeBron James scored or assisted on 60 of the Cavaliers’ 94 points as Cleveland went up 2-0 in Atlanta. The 60 points created were LeBron's 2nd-most this postseason.

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Okafor vs. Dog

Jahlil Okafor showed off his ballhandling skills by playing keep-away with a dog. Quite frankly, we're impressed with the dog's ability to cut off the driving lane.

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LeBron: Do Not Disturb

LeBron James nearly ran into a fan courtside before noticing she was pregnant and stopping himself just in time. He had a joking message for the fan, too.

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Reggie to Steph: 'The floor is yours'

With one more 3-pointer, Warriors G Steph Curry will tie Reggie Miller's postseason record of 58. Said Miller on Twitter: "As for my record, the great rock band Queen says it best, "Another One Bites The Dust". Mr Curry, the floor is yours."

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Bazemore: We're better than Cavs

After falling behind 2-0 in the conference finals, the Hawks' Kent Bazemore isn't lacking for confidence: “We played them in the regular season this year and got the best of them. I still think we’re the better team, we just haven’t shown it yet.”

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Shabazz Muhammad's brother, Rashad, is transferring from San Jose State, sources told ESPN. Sophomore averaged 13.9 ppg this past season.

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In this WCF, Harden scored on plays where he dribbled 23 times (twice) and one where he dribbled 22 times. In short: dude's dribbling

LeBron: Do Not Disturb

LeBron James nearly ran into a fan courtside before noticing she was pregnant and stopping himself just in time. He had a joking message for the fan, too.

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LeBron leads Cavs to 2-0 series lead

The Hawks find themselves in a deep hole after LeBron James posted a 30-point, 11-assist, 9-rebound performance in Cleveland's Game 2 win without Kyrie Irving.

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LeBron: Teammates stepping up

The Cavs star on his supporting cast playing well in the face of injuries: "Next man up. Guys are just taking the challenge. It means everything to me to be able to share this podium with multiple teammates every night." Watch live postgame coverage on SportsCenter