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Thompson outscored Blazers in first quarter

Golden State's Klay Thompson got off to a hot start, scoring 18 points in the opening frame while the Trail Blazers only tallied 17.

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Ethan Sherwood Strauss ESPN Staff Writer 

Warriors were 12/17 at the rim, Blazers were 11/24. GSW's better rim protection is mattering

Michael Wallace ESPN Staff Writer 

A Miami Heat spokesman confirmed that a person who attempted to run onto the court near the Hornets' bench during the fourth quarter of Game 7 was ejected and charged with trespassing.

Thompson outscored Blazers in 1st quarter

Golden State's Klay Thompson got off to a hot start against Portland, scoring 18 points in the opening frame while the Trail Blazers only tallied 17.

Ethan Sherwood Strauss ESPN Staff Writer 

Lillard and McCollum are a combined 3-of-18

Kevin Arnovitz ESPN Staff Writer 

Portland made up some ground in the second quarter, and trails Golden State 65-51 at halftime. After a chilly first quarter, the Trail Blazers have started to hit a few shots. Ed Davis chipped in six points in the quarter as a presence down low, while Allen Crabbe (nine points) and Mo Harkless (seven points) have been bright spots. Portland's dynamic backcourt of Damian Lillard and CJ McCollum continue to struggle from the field. They're a combined 3-for-19 for 14 points. Golden State is also abusing Portland on the offensive glass -- they've recovered 11 of their 25 missed field goal attempts.

Young fan crashes Hornets-Heat game

A young fan came running on the court in the fourth quarter to hug Justise Winslow, much to the chagrin of Jeff Van Gundy.

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Klay Thompson was 🔥🔥🔥 in the first quarter outscoring Blazers 18-17 by himself.

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Ethan Sherwood Strauss ESPN Staff Writer 

Portland was having success targeting Bogut in pick and rolls for Lillard. That advantage goes away when Draymond Green is at center

Ethan Sherwood Strauss ESPN Staff Writer 

GSW going early to Draymond at center

Kevin Arnovitz ESPN Staff Writer 

Setting aside skill, one problem the Trail Blazers have already encountered: They're a smaller team than Golden State by a good margin. We are seeing it on the glass and, for instance, when Draymond Green bullies CJ McCollum in the post.

Heat crush Hornets in Game 7

Miami got 25 points from Goran Dragic and double-digit performances from five other players in a 106-73 win.

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POTUS: 'Obama out'

President Barack Obama pulled a Kobe during his speech at the White House Correspondents' Dinner.

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At the end of the first quarter in Oakland: • Klay Thompson: 18 Pts • Trail Blazers: 17 Pts

Ethan Sherwood Strauss ESPN Staff Writer 

Blazers claw their way back a bit with some Orebs and shot making. Now 41-28 GSW