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Budenholzer edges Kerr for coach of year
Mike Budenholzer was right where he didn't want to be: the center of attention.
Jackson won't guarantee Knicks keep pick
Phil Jackson oversaw the worst season in Knicks history, though he knows the franchise's future won't be determined by what happened during one miserable winter.
Hawks C Horford says he'll play Game 2
Hawks center Al Horford says he's definitely playing Game 2 of the Eastern Conference playoffs against the Brooklyn Nets.
James again in playoff 'shutdown' mode
No phone. No Twitter. No Instagram.
Bulls' Mirotic may miss Game 3 vs. Bucks
The Chicago Bulls could be without forward Nikola Mirotic for Game 3 of their first-round playoff series against the Milwaukee Bucks because of an injured left knee.
Cavs seek to avoid another slow start
LeBron James called it nerves and Kevin Love said it was anxiousness, but whatever affected the Cleveland Cavaliers for the first 14 minutes of their playoff opener isn't something they plan to repeat.
Rockets look to stay balanced vs. Mavs
If James Harden keeps getting the kind of help he received in the Houston Rockets' playoff opener, the Dallas Mavericks could be in trouble.
Wade already thinking of post-NBA plans
Dwyane Wade is thinking about retirement.
Warriors rally by Pelicans for 2-0 lead
Golden State Warriors coach Steve Kerr likes to say his team teeters on ''explosive and careless'' basketball, pulling off an astonishing play one moment and a perplexing one the next.
Raptors' Williams wins Sixth Man Award
What started as a song has become reality for Raptors guard Lou Williams.
Abdul-Jabbar has quadruple bypass
Basketball Hall of Famer Kareem Abdul-Jabbar was recovering Friday after undergoing quadruple coronary bypass surgery.
Butler has 31, Bulls go up 2-0 on Bucks
Jimmy Butler was simply following orders from Derrick Rose and Joakim Noah.
Irving has 30 as Cavs roll past Celtics
More than hour after his first playoff game with LeBron James and Kevin Love, Kyrie Irving made a statement more profound than anything he did on the floor.
Five years ago, LeBron James left the floor after Game 5 against Boston in disgrace. There were boos from the home fans, even some whispers he'd quit on the Cavaliers.
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