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Tim MacMahon ESPN Staff Writer 

The Warriors' strength in numbers should include a rowdy Oracle crowd for Game 7.

Tim MacMahon ESPN Staff Writer 

Kevin Durant, sporting a white hoodie and black jeans, arrives for Game 7.


Zach Lowe's 5 things to watch in Game 7

The way the Western Conference finals have gone, there was only one way this could end -- with one game to take it all. Five things

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Will Thunder lay down for Game 7?

Rachel Nichols doesn't believe the Thunder will have a repeat performance of Game 6 even with all of the odds against them.


Faces in the crowd: Curry gets by Ibaka

You missed these 12 things while Steph Curry was putting the finishing touches on Golden State's Game 6 victory.


Fran Fraschilla @franfraschilla

There was 10-minute burst at NBA Combine where I thought Malik Newman should be elite college scorer. Needs to pick school that needs points

Stephen A. questions Love, Smith

Stephen A. Smith says his huge question mark for the Cavaliers heading into the Finals is Kevin Love, because he doesn't know if he will show up against Draymond Green or Serge Ibaka.


John Buccigross @Buccigross

Durant has averaged 36.0 PPG in two career Game 7s. Among players to play in multiple Game 7s, he has highest scoring average in NBA history

Barnwell: What can we expect for Game 7?

Oklahoma City isn't the first team to suffer a meltdown in a closeout Game 6. So what can past events reveal about the Thunder's chances in Monday night's Game 7 in Oakland? Letdown looming

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Marc J. Spears The Undefeated 

The story of Thunder coach Billy Donovan and his good friend, advisor and former Black Panther Dr. Harry Edwards.

Who will win Game 7?

Four of our five NBA experts think the Warriors have a 75 percent chance to beat the Thunder in tonight's Game 7 of the Western Conference finals. 5-on-5 (Insider)

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What is the market for 76ers' Okafor, Noel?

If Philadelphia decides to trade one of their young big men, Chris Broussard thinks Jahlil Okafor will have more marketability than Nerlens Noel.