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Steph Curry goes 5-of-7 on his launches from the halfcourt logo. (0:33)
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Davis: Curry's not supposed to go up against Westbrook (0:45)
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Donovan, Kerr share team's mentalities going into Game 6 (0:31)
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Westbrook scrambles to tunnel after pregame deep corner 3 (0:22)
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LeBron: I knew I had to bring my game tonight, I am humbled (2:16)
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Stephen A. not sold Cavs can win it all (1:22)
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Cavs' news conferences filled with shenanigans (0:52)
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Sights and Sounds: LeBron, Cavs bury Raptors, advance to Finals (1:34)
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Inside Cavs' locker room celebration (0:28)
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How LeBron, Cavs hammered it in Game 6 (1:31)
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Drake congratulates LeBron on trip to finals (0:16)
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Curry inspiring young hoops fans (3:09)
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Warriors stave off elimination, force Game 6 (1:38)
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Jalen & Jacoby wonder why Paul George wears his own jersey on vacation (1:45)
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Westbrook chuckles at question on Curry's defense (0:38)
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Draymond Green playoff diary, Part 15

An encouraging text from Kobe Bryant lifted Draymond Green's spirits ahead Game 5 against the Thunder, but Green isn't feeling much relief after a big win at home.

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Curry's no-look alley-oop pass to Bogut (0:19)
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Draymond kicks again (0:15)
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SC Cartoons: Big Baby vs. Dwight's elbow (1:41)
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A Love like no other powers Cavs to rout

Kevin Love didn't play a minute in the fourth quarter -- again. That's because he had the game of his life in just three quarters on Wednesday night to help the Cavaliers re-establish their dominance in the Eastern Conference finals. ...

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Tim MacMahon ESPN Staff Writer 

Did Billy Donovan's comments about free throws cause Ed Malloy to swallow his whistle? Klay Thompson couldn't believe he didn't get a foul.

Paul Gutierrez ESPN Staff Writer 

The Warriors are treating their fans at Oracle Arena to a gameday experience for Game 6 of the NBA's Western Conference Finals with the Dubs in Oklahoma City, complete with fireworks, fat heads of the starters and introductions.

Marc Stein ESPN Senior Writer 

No. 2: As Steve Kerr said pregame, he wants his guys running their offense near the Warriors' bench in the second half amid all this noise.

Marc Stein ESPN Senior Writer 

The Warriors switched sides for two reasons. No. 1: Grasping at anything to prevent Oklahoma City from having another 72-point half. And ...

Marc Stein ESPN Senior Writer 

One quick note away from this series: ESPN sources say Milwaukee is closing in on the hiring of Justin Zanik as assistant general manager

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34 players were picked before Draymond Green in the 2012 NBA Draft. You bet he remembers them.

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Marc Stein ESPN Senior Writer 

Scribbled on the top of Kevin Durant's right shoe: SMILE. On top of the other: HAVE FUN

Is Curry's defense actually underrated?

Russell Westbrook laughed at the idea that Steph Curry's defense is underrated. Kevin Pelton has the facts on whether the two-time MVP really is a strong defender or not. What do metrics say? (Insider)

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Can the Warriors steal series from OKC?

Game 5 did not convince any of our five NBA experts that the Warriors are back to being themselves. 5-on-5 (Insider)

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Inside Cavs' locker room celebration

Go inside Cleveland's locker room to witness LeBron James' postgame speech following the team's Game 6 victory.

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Tim MacMahon ESPN Staff Writer 

Not much flair from Steph Curry as he finishes his warmup routine with a high-arching corner 3.

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Tim MacMahon ESPN Staff Writer 

Steph Curry goes 5-of-7 on his launches from the halfcourt logo.

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Ethan Sherwood Strauss ESPN Staff Writer 

Guessing the switching of sides is about wanting to control pace in the 2nd half

Ethan Sherwood Strauss ESPN Staff Writer 

Sarcastic Kerr on switching sides: "It's going to change everything." Then says it's about wanting to make offensive calls amid the noise