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Wilbon: Healthy Bulls have talent to beat Cavs

The Bulls' ensemble cast has all the pieces to beat LeBron James' Cavaliers, but Chicago must stay focused.

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Grit and grind in need of guidance from Conley

The Grizzlies sorely miss the decision-making of Mike Conley and if their leader doesn't make a quick recovery, they could be in for a short series.

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Warriors cruise past short-handed Grizzlies in Game 1 (1:07)

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Milwaukee's best may be yet to come

After exceeding expectations this season, the future looks even brighter for Jason Kidd and the Bucks.

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Hack-a-Shaq is working (4:18)

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David Blatt not revealing Cavs starters

With Kevin Love out for the remainder of the playoffs, Cleveland's coach has some decisions to make on his rotation. But when asked if he could reveal his starters, Blatt simply told reporters, "Uh, no."

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Curry's response: "I don't know what kind of watches they were, but i'll beat that gift."

Paul still unknown for Game 1

Chris Paul went through a light shootaround with the Clippers today but is a game-time call for tonight's Game 1 of the conference semis with the Rockets. Coach Doc Rivers: "If there's any risk, he won't play, I can tell you that right now. I just don't know yet."

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Curry to Klay: "Hopefully we have a long future together. We can do some special things. Hopefully be THE BEST backcourt to ever play."

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Steph Curry wants long career w/ Klay Thompson: "We can do some special things and hopefully be the best backcourt to ever play this game."

Another look at Paul's series-winner

The biggest basket of Chris Paul's career was pretty sweet. It's even cooler in super slow-mo.

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Warriors' wins put Curry on top

The Rockets' James Harden may have averaged more points this season, but Steph Curry proved more valuable in the MVP voting.

Steph Curry: Family first

"There is more to life than basketball. There is your family, taking care of each other, loving each other. Without a doubt, you would have encouraged me, with or without basketball."

Curry on winning MVP

"This hasn't sunk in at all. I'm on Cloud 9 for sure. We're in the middle of a playoff run, but today is a celebration for sure."

6 things you should know about the MVP

According to his sister, Stephen Curry's got odd taste in movies and is a numbers nerd. Sister knows best

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Steph Curry MVP ceremony

Warriors coach Steve Kerr: "He makes it easy for us to all buy into believing we can achieve great things."