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Ian Begley ESPN Staff Writer 

Conspiracy theorists had a field day with Phil Jackson's tweet Wednesday from Sioux City, Iowa. One prevailing theory had Jackson en route to Indianapolis to interview Pacers coach Frank Vogel. Not so, according to Siouxland News. Reporter Chris Neyenhouse said Phil Jackson and his brother, Chuck, stopped in Sioux City en route to Idaho, where Chuck lives. Sorry to disappoint, Knicks fans.

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One of 18 children, Steven Adams was a bushman hanging out with a New Zealand gang. How the quirky Kiwi made it big:

Michael Wallace ESPN Staff Writer 

The Miami Heat and Chris Bosh haven't seen eye to eye regarding the approach to his medical condition. But this quote from coach Erik Spoelstra today says it all about how Bosh is locked in with his current role as pseudo assistant and bench hype man during games: "(Bosh) has the reputation that when he says something, guys listen. And it was just what we needed last night (entering OT against Toronto). It was a kick in the a--. It really was."

Dave McMenamin ESPN Staff Writer 

Kent Bazemore warming up before Game 2 in Cleveland.

Scott on why he was 'blindsided' by firing

Former Lakers coach Byron Scott: "I figured I at least had another year to get this thing turned around."


What if Magic had played 19 seasons?

That's what Kevin Pelton projects had Magic Johnson not contracted HIV at age 32. Add about 56 percent more games to his career total. Best made better

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Dave McMenamin ESPN Staff Writer 

Kevin Love is the first Cavs player in franchise history to open up the playoffs with five straight double-doubles. The previous best mark for the team was three set by Mark Price (1992) and Brad Daugherty (1993).

Dave McMenamin ESPN Staff Writer 

The Cavs are averaging an NBA playoff low 8.4 turnovers per game this postseason. In Game 1 against Atlanta, they had just one in the first half, tying their lowest in a half of a playoff game since May 20, 2009 against Orlando.

Inside the NBA's Replay Center

Most NBA plays aren't reviewable, a point brought home in Oklahoma City's wild Game 2 win in San Antonio. We go inside the league's Replay Center in Secaucus, N.J., to learn how it really works. The deciding factor

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Dave McMenamin ESPN Staff Writer 

The Cavs have a cool virtual reality promotion for Game 2 against Atlanta.

Skip Bayless @RealSkipBayless

Agree w/ Waiters: Spurs have sacrificed rest of offense going again and again to Aldridge. He has been unreal. But "1 man can't beat us."