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Dwyane Wade didn't even play 20 minutes in Miami's Game 1 loss. He had more than enough time to make up for it in Game 2, outscoring Philadelphia's bench by himself.
Gregg Popovich said he was pleased overall with the Spurs on Monday, saying they "executed the game plan wonderfully" but that their 4 for 28 3-point shooting was ultimately the difference in the Game 2 loss to the Warriors.
Spurs head coach Gregg Popovich joked that he needed Kevin Durant to not be as good in Game 2 as he was in Game 1. But Durant and the Warriors are still a problem.
Sixers coach Brett Brown said Joel Embiid's frustration over not being able to play -- as evidenced in a strongly worded Instagram post -- is "born out of competitiveness."
Upsets brewing, Zach Lowe breaks down three series that resume Tuesday and Wednesday.
A company is suing LeBron James' multimedia group in the latest legal twist over the barbershop-themed series "The Shop."
Without its star Kawhi Leonard, San Antonio is looking to avoid an 0-2 deficit against the defending champs.
With a 17-game win streak on the line, Philadelphia is aiming to extend its series lead over Miami to 2-0.
John Wall says the eighth-seeded Wizards played far from their best basketball in a Game 1 loss to the Raptors.
DeMarcus Cousins, who has been rehabbing in L.A. since a season-ending Achilles injury in January, was relocating to a new house in Las Vegas last week in a photo on Instagram that raised some questions as to where he was -- and wasn't.
Despite being the last coach to lead the Knicks to a conference title, New York isn't interested in hiring Jeff Van Gundy, sources tell ESPN.
Cavaliers coach Tyronn Lue said he wants LeBron James to come out more aggressively in Game 2 against the Pacers.
Jazz rookie Donovan Mitchell has a left foot contusion, and his status for Wednesday's game will be updated on Tuesday.
Duke will lose all its starters from last season with word that Wendell Carter Jr. is declaring for the NBA draft.
Hall of Famer Hal Greer, who played all of his 15-year career with the 76ers franchise and helped power Philadelphia to the 1966-67 NBA championship, has died at the age of 81.
Wolves coach Tom Thibodeau said the team needs Karl-Anthony Towns to play with more energy after Towns was held to eight points in a 104-101 loss to the Rockets in Sunday's Game 1.
Paul George announced the arrival of Playoff P by lighting up the scoreboard against the Jazz.
San Antonio understands the daunting task of facing Golden State without Kawhi Leonard, but the Spurs are confident they can pull off an upset.
Minnesota kept its first playoff game in 14 years close, but Houston had too much from MVP frontrunner James Harden and lob mate Clint Capela.
Jazz rookie Donovan Mitchell was pulled in the fourth quarter of Sunday's Game 1 loss in Oklahoma City, but he said afterward that he just "stubbed" his toe and it was "nothing major."