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Michael C. Wright ESPN Staff Writer 

Back to back 3-pointers by Danny Green makes the score 85-82 with 6:40 left to play. The Spurs have the momentum, and appear poised to pull off the comeback. Green was calling for the ball before that last 3-pointer.

J.A. Adande @jadande

Even those Danny Green threes....Aldridge would have scored 8 points in 2 possessions on Kanter. Somehow.

J.A. Adande @jadande

Every possession the Spurs don't go to Aldridge with Kanter on him is a wasted possession

Royce Young ESPN Staff Writer 

The Thunder led 77-68 when Westbrook went to the bench with 3:41 left in the third. The Spurs closed on an 8-0 run to cut it to 77-76 headed to the fourth. With the importance of this game, makes sense to play Durant and Westbrook the entire fourth.

Michael C. Wright ESPN Staff Writer 

The Spurs put on a nice little run to get back into this game, and they did it with strong defense. At the end of the third quarter, the Thunder lead 77-76. LaMarcus Aldridge leads the Spurs with 28 points, followed by Kawhi Leonard with 12 points.

LeBron shrugs at Hawks’ lack of defense

Atlanta wanted to force LeBron James to take jumpers. The Cavaliers star was fine with that on this play.


Dave McMenamin ESPN Staff Writer 

LeBron James on Kyle Korver being held to one shot attempt: "We have a scouting report and we followed that scouting report for 48 minutes"

Scott glides to rim off Schroder's dish

Dennis Schroder's no-look pass gave Mike Scott a wide-open lane to the bucket.


Marc Stein ESPN Senior Writer 

Current Kings assistant coach Corliss Williamson, I'm told, will also receive a formal interview for Sacramento's vacancy.

Marc Stein ESPN Senior Writer 

Sacramento will interview Mark Jackson and Jeff Hornacek this week in addition to David Blatt and Patrick Ewing, according to league sources

Michael C. Wright ESPN Staff Writer 

The San Antonio Spurs weathered the early storm brought on by the Thunder, which led by as many as 13 points in the first quarter. The Spurs head into intermission trailing (56-53). LaMarcus Aldridge has been unreal, connecting on 9 of 11 for 22 points. Aldridge is 7 of 8 for 16 points when posting up, hitting 73.5 percent on such shots thus far in the playoffs.

Royce Young ESPN Staff Writer 

The Thunder showed a positive response to a second quarter Spurs run to bounce back and lead 56-53 at half. Westbrook ran the show with 18 and 7 assists, with Durant shaking loose for 13. The Thunder talked about showing resolve. It'll be a long second half, but they've at least shown they can hang with the Spurs.

Ohm Youngmisuk ESPN Staff Writer 

Once up 88-87 with 4:28 to go, Atlanta missed six straight shots, turned the ball over three times and surrendered two key offensive rebounds before scoring a meaningless basket in final 18 seconds. Hawks blew a chance to put pressure on Cavs, coming off eight-day layoff.