Stephen A Smith @stephenasmith
Wow! I'm about to faint. Austin Rivers is balling. Possibly saving the Clippers season right now. Clips have extended the lead w/ DJ out.
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A Redick-and-Rivers fast break in the fourth quarter of a crucial game. The NBA playoffs never cease to amaze
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Popovich has all the answers
There's nothing like a between-quarters Gregg Popovich interview. Why are the Spurs losing? "Too many fundamental errors." How can they fix that? "More attention to detail." Sounds about right! Watch live
Clippers out in front after three
The good news for Chris Paul & Co. is L.A. took its biggest lead of the game late in the third quarter and is up on the Spurs 81-76 in a game with 18 lead changes so far. The bad news is that Paul has 4 fouls with 12 minutes left. Watch live
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Love not happy with Olynyk's foul
Cavs forward Kevin Love on the foul that forced him out of the game: "That's not the way it's supposed to be. That's not the way you play basketball. ... The league will take a look at it, and it better be swift and just."
Kevin Pelton @kpelton
Doc Rivers has strong opinions on Manu
The Clippers head coach apparently doesn't think Ginobili can guard Jamal Crawford. "He cannot guard you, but you're [messing] with him. He cannot guard you!" ESPN's Arash Markazi overheard Rivers telling the L.A. guard.
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Duncan breaks through on free throws
Tim Duncan hadn't knocked down a single shot from the free-throw line since Game 1 against the Clippers, going 0-of-1 in Game 2 and 0-of-2 in Game 3. The drought ended early in the third quarter, and Duncan is now 2-of-6 on free throws in Game 4. But the Clippers have the lead. Watch live
Kevin Love: 'Not a basketball play'
The Cavs' star on Kelly Olynyk's foul that resulted in his shoulder injury: "I thought it was a bush-league play. ... I have no doubt in my mind that he did it on purpose."
The King's playoff reign continues
James fell short of both 30 points and a triple-double in Game 4, but he still extended one of his own postseason records. And whether the Bulls or Bucks face LeBron next round, history looms.