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"I'm not telling you." Kevin Durant didn't feel like talking about his emotions after OKC's tough loss to SAS:

Ian Begley ESPN Staff Writer 

Jeremy Lin will probably never play for the Knicks again. But if the soon-to-be free agent signed with New York this summer, it would bring an added layer of attention to a club that already garners plenty of it. Is that a good thing? Landry Fields, Lin's close friend, weighs in: "If Jeremy comes back, great. I love Jeremy, I want him to succeed in whatever he does. For New York, I'm not sure that's the best fit. Simply because of the distractions," Fields told The Knicks Blog Podcast with Anthony Donahue and Moke Hamilton. "The media, being in the broadcasting world, I've see that people love to put a microscope on the Knicks, no matter how good or how bad they are. It's just that there's drama there, so this is what's going to sell and entertain fans."

Ian Begley ESPN Staff Writer 

Here's Landry Fields on one of the few bright spots for the Knicks lately: "I love Carmelo now because of his shift in leadership mentality," Fields told The Knicks Blog Podcast with Anthony Donahue and Moke Hamilton. "When he first came to the Knicks there, wasn't much of a leadership role for him… but this past season and the one before it, we see kind of a new Melo, one who has really stepped into a leadership which us going to be crucial going forward. It's awesome to see, because I think he's really embracing that role."

Will Blazers beat Warriors without Curry?

Does Damian Lillard and Portland have a good chance to beat a Golden State team that will play without Stephen Curry in the Western Conference semifinals? 5-on-5 (Insider)

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Pacers at Raptors, 8 ET (Series tied 3-3) Raptors: seeking first postseason series win since 2001..Pacers: 1-5 in last 6 road playoff games

Aldridge puts on a shooting clinic

Here are all 18 of LaMarcus Aldridge's field goals in Game 1, where he scored 38 points to spur San Antonio to a 32-point win over the Thunder.


Durant not in sharing mood after Game 1

Kevin Durant was asked how he felt after getting blown out by the Spurs, and he started his response by simply saying: "I'm not telling you.”


Leonard opens series with ferocious jam

Game 1's opening points set the tempo for the rest of the game as Kawhi Leonard threw down an impressive dunk for the Spurs.


Walton: Surprised it went down that fast

Luke Walton was also pleased at how quickly he was named the next Lakers head coach because he did not want it to be a distraction to the Warriors.


Royce Young ESPN Staff Writer 

Kevin Durant on his emotions after Game 1: "I'm not telling you." Why? "Because it's over with.