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Ethan Sherwood Strauss ESPN Staff Writer 

Curry did not practice, and no 3-on-3. Game 3 looking quite doubtful

Ethan Sherwood Strauss ESPN Staff Writer 

Steph Curry, back at his basket

The Real MVP: Kevin Durant's mom

Wanda Durant was thrust into the spotlight when her teary-eyed son famously dedicated his MVP acceptance speech to her in 2014. Lifetime will tell her story in "The Real MVP: The Wanda Durant Story." Happy Mother's Day

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Skip Bayless @RealSkipBayless

Cavs shattered alltime 6-game 3pt playoff record by 27! 97-70! Despite LeBron 2-15 in 3 games! Steph-like as a TEAM. Truly incredible.

Michael Wallace ESPN Staff Writer 

As he prepared for Game 2 tonight in Toronto, Miami Heat star Wade explains why it was best for all sides that teammate Chris Bosh and the team announced now that Bosh won't return from a medical condition for the playoffs this season.


Royce Young ESPN Staff Writer 

Russell Westbrook said the Thunder can't be "happy" after the emotional Game 2 win in San Antonio. "Happy teams get beat," he said.

Ohm Youngmisuk ESPN Staff Writer 

Atlanta coach Mike Budenholzer had no response to TNT analyst Charles Barkley saying the Hawks should "take somebody out" after the Cavs made a record 25 3-pointers, setting the record late in a Game 2 blowout. Budenholzer also said he wasn't upset that the Cavs kept shooting 3's late either.

Phil Jackson's out of office message

Jackson has tweeted photos from Iowa and Nebraska the last two days. Is the coaching search on hold with the Knicks president out of the office? On a break

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Kevin Pelton @kpelton

"2 contracts worth considering [with Ezeli] according to one league executive, [...] Omer Asik last summer and [...] Al Jefferson in 2013."

Ian Begley ESPN Staff Writer 

Charles Barkley responded to ex-Knick Charles Oakley, who questioned Barkley's toughness in a tweet on Wednesday night. "Charles Oakley doesn't like me, which is no big deal," Barkley said on TNT, per an accounting in the New York Post. "I don't like him or dislike him; I don't think about him. He's not important enough for me to think about. … He don't like me. I have no idea why."

Bird won't consider McHale for top job

Pacers president Larry Bird tells reporters his relationship with former Celtics teammate Kevin McHale is too important to him to consider McHale for the Pacers' coaching opening.