- NBA admits 5 incorrect calls in OKC-Spurs finish
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- Warriors' Varejao: Didn't intend to trip Henderson
- Rivers: Clips won't trade Paul, Griffin or Jordan
Kyle Lowry sent Game 1 of the Eastern Conference semifinals into overtime with a half-court buzzer-beater, but Miami scored the first eight points of OT and outlasted the Raptors north of the border.
French comic artist Asur Misoa followed up her first-round effort with another batch of artwork representing the second-round matchups.
The Happiest Place on Earth got a little happier for Lakers fans on Sunday when retired legend Kobe Bryant made an impromptu appearance at the park.
The Oklahoma City Thunder, behind their leader, Kevin Durant, dismissed any panic from their lopsided Game 1 loss, winning Game 2 to grab a road split.
The NBA listed five incorrect non-calls from the final 13.5 seconds of Monday's game between the Oklahoma City Thunder and the San Antonio Spurs.
Steve Javie weighs in on the chaotic inbounds play of Oklahoma City's Game 2 win in San Antonio, where he says some good and bad things occurred.
Oklahoma City's big man isn't intimidated by superstars, thrown elbows or disgusting foods.
Former Rockets star Robert Reid was critical of current star James Harden, saying his selfishness may have been to blame for the team's bumpy road this season.
Anderson Varejao said he didn't deliberately trip Blazers guard Gerald Henderson in Game 1 of their playoff series, but Portland coach Terry Stotts reiterated that it was a "dirty play."
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ESPN.com presents the top 25 cases of unfulfilled potential in sports history. Some of the athletes who made the list squandered their prodigious talent; others were slowed or stopped by injury. All left us wanting more.
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Offense isn't Tristan Thompson's calling card. But just as he did in last season's playoffs against the Hawks, he is giving the Cavaliers extra offensive possessions with his rebounding.
The Hawks dropped Game 1 after faltering late against the Cavaliers, who LeBron James said had just a so-so performance after an eight-day layoff.
Doc Rivers said Monday that he would not break up the Clippers' big three of Chris Paul, Blake Griffin and DeAndre Jordan during the offseason -- regardless of any trade offers.
Pacers president Larry Bird told The Indianapolis Star that he isn't sure what's going to happen with coach Frank Vogel, following the team's playoff exit, and said there is no decision timeline.
Blazers guard Damian Lillard had more motivation than knocking off the Clippers on Friday to end that first-round series.
After being sent a 2012 interview in which Prince said Dwyane Wade was his favorite NBA player, the Heat guard expressed his gratitude on Twitter.
Warriors star Stephen Curry has resumed light shooting and rates the chances of a Game 3 return as "pretty good." Coach Steve Kerr said Monday that Curry would not be available for Game 2.
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Draymond Green is humbled that teammate Andrew Bogut calls him the "best all-around player" after Game 1 against Portland. Green is also excited to welcome a trio of Spartans to the Bay Area.
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Sources told ESPN.com that the Kings have sit-downs scheduled in the coming days with Mark Jackson, currently an ESPN NBA analyst, and Jeff Hornacek, formerly the Phoenix Suns' coach.
Thompson had one of the best postseason games of his career, and not just on the offensive end. Stats & Info breaks down where he excelled.
A Game 1 blowout loss at Golden State revealed a number of Portland issues, not least of which, is how Damian Lillard and the Blazers don't match up well with the defending champs.
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For the first time in 15 years, the Toronto Raptors advanced to the second round of the playoffs, as they held off the Pacers in Game 7.
Can the Pacers find another superstar? Should they bring Frank Vogel back as head coach? Our NBA Insiders go 5-on-5 on what's to come for Indiana.
Kyle Lowry is on the Raptors practice court shooting
Hack-an-Ed in effect in Oakland, as the Warriors intentionally foul the Trail Blazers big man Ed Davis. He converts one of two at the line.
And now Ed Davis is a victim of hack-a
Raptors coach Dwane Casey called Heat G Dwyane Wade's playmaking late on both offense and defense "backbreaking."
Warriors need more of the Harrison Barnes who just dunked that. Portland's rim protection is a weakness
Warriors down 45-28, Draymond at center time. Important stretch
Raptors coach Dwane Casey still believes the team can win the series without Kyle Lowry hitting shots. Debatable.
Raptors coach Dwane Casey credits PG Kyle Lowry's grit though he's not shooting the ball well. "Hitters go through slumps but we have to believe in him."
Raptors coach Dwane Casey: "There was a stretch there where just didn't get it done and they did. I liked our fight."
Kyle Lowry's half-court buzzer beater sent the Raptors to OT just a minute before Justin Smoak's walk-off home run for the Blue Jays.
Very upsetting trailblazers on fire
Erik Spoelstra on the Kyle Lowry shot: "I think once it left in his hand I think everybody in the building knew it was going to go."
Heat coach Erik Spoelstra exhaling and proud of his team for overcoming the collapse and halfcourt heave. Says inbounds turnovers on him.
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Portland works patiently and opportunistically in the first quarter to generate quality looks at the basket. They lead 34-21. Al-Farouq Aminu got loose from distance and off the bounce for 10 points to lead the way for the Trail Blazers. CJ McCollum added nine. The defense has been active and tough, limiting the Dubs to 21 points in 22 possessions.
The Blazers finish the first quarter shooting a blazing 66.7% from the field with 4 3-pointers on six attempts & 10 assists on the Warriors.
Miami takes Game 1! Heat outlast Raptors in OT to win the series opener, 102-96. Dwyane Wade: 24 Pts, 6 Reb, 4 Ast
LeBron, here comes your old friend DWade, bringing his talents to Cleveland.
International Theft: Dwyane Wade and Goran Dragic combine for 50 points as the Heat snatch home court advantage away from Toronto with a 102-96 win in Game 1. Wade scored seven in OT and added two steals in the extra period to extend Heat's franchise record to 18 consecutive playoff series with at least one road victory.
Heat beat Raptors 102-96 in OT: ViewFromVegas is they did it as 4-pt road dogs & +145 on ML (went over 191.5 points due to extra 5 minutes)