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Westbrook, Thunder run Warriors out of OKC

Russell Westbrook notched a triple-double with 36 points as the Thunder routed the defending champions for the second straight game to take a 3-1 series lead in the Western Conference finals and put Golden State on the verge of elimination.

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Westbrook seals the deal with 3-point shot (0:28)
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Russ and Cam ready for Game 4 (0:10)
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Best of Sager with NBA stars (0:53)
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Even during pregame, Curry likes to shoot from long range (0:35)
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Stephen A.: I'd sign Durant over LeBron (1:48)
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Silver: I swear I never saw Steph's hand (1:16)
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15 things you missed when Kyle Lowry scorched the Cavs, as set to Drake song titles (1:13)
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Draymond dances around suspension questions (0:53)
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Michael Wilbon

Mission Impossible: African-Americans & analytics

The mission was to find black folks who spend time -- any amount of time -- talking about sports in terms of advanced analytics, and the mission failed. Why are blacks not feeling the sports metrics movement?

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Cavs go south up North; East finals tied

After letting Cleveland erase an 18-point deficit on Monday night, Toronto won its second straight game at home to tie the Eastern Conference finals 2-2. Kyle Lowry (35 points) and DeMar DeRozan (32 points) led the way for the Raptors.

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Jalen and Jacoby on why LeBron James flops (1:26)
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On this date: George burns LeBron, dunks over Birdman (0:35)
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Relive the Raptors' courageous win over the Cavs in Game 4 (1:53)
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Biyombo blocks LeBron but gets called for foul (0:35)
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Lowry's deep 3 fires up Drake (0:22)
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Stephen A. apologizes to Canada (2:08)
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Why did the NBA opt not to suspend Draymond Green? (2:56)
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Stephen A. 'incredibly happy' Green will not be suspended (0:39)
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Impersonator takes LeBron's flop to new level (1:02)
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What Tristan's elbow to LeBron's face felt like (0:24)

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Sager: 'I refuse to give in, I refuse to give up'

Craig Sager joins SVP to discuss his battle with cancer and the support he's received from people across the NBA, including Adam Silver and Gregg Popovich.

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Tim MacMahon ESPN Staff Writer 

Steph Curry: "We're a special team. This isn't how we're going to go out."

Tim MacMahon ESPN Staff Writer 

Steph Curry: "We all individually need to step it up. There's no other option right now. ... Now is the time to do it."

Tim MacMahon ESPN Staff Writer 

Steph Curry: "I'll be better."

Tim MacMahon ESPN Staff Writer 

Steph Curry, asked if injuries are affecting him: "No, I'm fine."

Tim MacMahon ESPN Staff Writer 

Steven Adams on the brilliance of Kevin Durant and Russell Westbrook: "You see it all the time. It gets monotonous. ... It definitely is amazing when you step back and look at it."

Tim MacMahon ESPN Staff Writer 

Steven Adams didn't wear any extra protection but said he "seriously considered it."

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Wilbon: Dubs got obliterated in Game 4

Michael Wilbon assesses the Warriors' performance in a Game 4 loss to the Thunder and says Golden State looked like a defeated team.

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Tim MacMahon ESPN Staff Writer 

"I definitely felt disrespected" Andre Roberson said about the way Golden State defended him -- or didn't, rather -- in Game 2. Roberson responded with 30 points on 12-of-21 shooting in OKC's two home wins.

Touchdown, Okc

Oklahoma City center Steven Adams fired a football pass to Andre Roberson down low for an easy dunk.

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Tim MacMahon ESPN Staff Writer 

Asked Kevin Durant his favorite Ramones song. "I have no clue," he said with a smile. "You got me there."

Tim MacMahon ESPN Staff Writer 

Enes Kanter got four stitches under his chin to address a cut opened by Draymond Green's arm in he fourth quarter.

Westbrook seals the deal with 3-point shot

Russell Westbrook capped off his 36-point performance with this big shot from the corner which basically locked up the game for Oklahoma City.

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Tim MacMahon ESPN Staff Writer 

Enes Kanter on being tripped by Draymond Green: "I felt like he kicked, but I don't know if the refs saw that or not. I'm just leaving it. I don't want to say anything about it, but if you watched the replay, you can see that he kicked obviously."

Ethan Sherwood Strauss ESPN Staff Writer 

"We're down, we're not out." Also says GSW will come out swinging "like our lives depend on it"

Marc Stein @ESPNSteinLine

More Draymond Green: "This team doesn't think about 73 wins. This team thinks about winning back-to-back championships."

Marc Stein @ESPNSteinLine

"This is the first time in my life I didn't respond to critics" -- Draymond Green just now in the visitors' locker room