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The Ten: Dubs' dream season rolls on to Finals

Golden State is back in the Finals for the first time since 1975 after disposing of the Rockets, setting up a battle with the Cavaliers for the title.

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Lowe: Rebirth of the NBA post-up game

While the efficiency of the 3-pointer and the pick-and-roll have dominated NBA offenses, an old standard is making a quiet and effective comeback, Zach Lowe writes.

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Seattle arena investor: No hockey-first plan yet

The investor attempting to build a new basketball and hockey arena in Seattle says his group has yet to be presented with a plan that would have a hockey franchise as the first occupant..

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ICYMI: Riley Curry back at podium

Stephen Curry brought daughter Riley with him to the postgame media conference. Later, he told Sage Steele on SportsCenter that Riley was the star of the series and that it was only fitting she get another shot at the podium.

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Klay with concussion-like symptoms

Klay Thompson took a knee to the head in Game 5. He was cleared to return, but afterward, the Warriors said: "After the game [Klay] began to not feel well and developed concussion-like symptoms. He will continue to be evaluated by the team’s medical staff tonight."

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Cavs owner: Blatt was never in jeopardy

Dan Gilbert said firing coach David Blatt was never an option, even when Cleveland was mired in a 2-10 skid: "This was a guy with a long-term record of success. You have to at least give a season, maybe more than just one. I think it would have destabilized the entire franchise and it would have been bad [if I fired him]." (via Northwest Ohio Media Group)