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NBA Playoffs Schedule 2021: Dates, times, odds, where to watch
Everything you need to know to catch the NBA playoffs in one place.
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Donovan Mitchell on ankle: ‘I’m good. I’ll be ready for Game 4.’
"I'm good. That's all I got for you. I'm good."
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Harden remains out for Nets, but Green upgraded to questionable
Jeff Green hasn't played in this series due to a left plantar fascia strain.
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Report: Billups, D’Antoni, Hammon among top candidates to be next Blazers coach
Is the Portland job a good one for a first-time head coach?
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Nets security guard who made contact with Tucker has role reduced
He stepped into an altercation, pushed Tucker, and made things worse.
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Spencer Dinwiddie reportedly eyes return if Nets make it to Finals
Dinwiddie tore his ACL in December and has been out since.
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Jazz guard Conley continues to be out, will miss Game 3 vs. Clippers
He will have missed all three games to start this series against the Clippers.
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New NBA champion means first title for one team’s GM
None of the eight remaining NBA general managers have won a title in that role.
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Danny Green reportedly out 2-3 weeks due to right calf strain
"I’m not ruling Danny out, but I’m pretty much ruling him out. I doubt if he plays the next game."
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Jeremy Lin announces return to Beijing Ducks for next season
After a season in the G-League, Jeremy Lin is returning to China.
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Another report Budenholzer to be fired if Bucks’ postseason disappoints
This has been the buzz around the league all season.
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Report: Cavaliers targeting Alex Caruso and T.J. McConnell in free agency
The Cavaliers couldn't stop LeBron James from leaving for the Lakers.
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Clippers’ Ibaka undergoes back surgery, will not return these playoffs
He is expected to make a full recovery for next season.
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Raptors’ Pascal Siakam to miss start of next season due to shoulder injury
Kyle Lowry's impending unrestricted free agency offers the Raptors a chance to choose their direction.
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Report: Kevin Durant’s ‘personal bodyguard’ pushed P.J. Tucker during on-court dispute
At what point does "Durant’s personal bodyguard" just become Nets security guard?
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Report: Wizards likely to retain coach Scott Brooks
The Wizards – who went 34-38 and got walloped in the first round of the playoffs – aren't good enough, according to general manager Tommy Sheppard.
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Report: Knicks, Heat, Spurs all have interest in free agent Kelly Oubre
Wings who can defend are in demand.
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Bulls’ Coby White has shoulder surgery, out for at least four months
He will be back around the start of the season, at the earliest.
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Donovan Mitchell, Jazz shake off Clippers in Game 2
Donovan Mitchell collided with Paul George late in the fourth quarter and stayed down a while.
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Ugly or not, Bucks get much-needed 86-83 win, climb back into series with Nets
The Bucks needed a win, no matter how they got it.
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Best of Brother From Another: June 10, 2021
Check out all the best tidbits from Thursday's episode of Brother From Another, including athletes' takes on the COVID-19 vaccine, some Chris Paul appreciation and more.
NBA memo to teams details return to traditional schedule next season
Next season would start on Oct. 19, with the Finals in June — the traditional NBA timeline.
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USA Basketball sets plan for Olympic camps in Las Vegas
The Olympic men’s teams from Australia, Nigeria, Argentina and reigning Basketball World Cup champion Spain will also be spending some time in Las Vegas.
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Jazz guard Mike Conley out for Game 2 against Clippers
He missed Game 1 and the Jazz held on for a win.
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Report: Mike D’Antoni interested in Trail Blazers coaching job
It's counterintuitive to a team looking to improve defensively, but D'Antoni might get more out of Lillard.
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The Clippers' inconsistency could cost them
Michael Holley and Michael Smith say the Clippers’ inconsistency can be troubling and it’s hard to tell who they are quite yet because it’s still early in the series with the Jazz.
Paul helps the Suns and roles make sense
Michael Holley and Michael Smith discuss if there is any player they trust more with the ball in their hands than Chris Paul, and agree that it just might be his year because of the Suns team he has around...
Why Suns are bad matchup for Nuggets in playoffs
Michael Holley and Michael Smith agree that they don't see the Nuggets “flipping the script” just because the series with the Suns is shifting to Denver, since the mismatch in the Nuggets’ backcourt is...
Agent Rich Paul calls Lakers ‘us’
There's a perception LeBron James, his agent (Rich Paul) and his NBA team (currently the Lakers) are far too intertwined.
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Rumor: Trail Blazers likely to hire Chauncey Billups as coach
Trail Blazers president Neil Olshey just said he hadn't yet reached out to coaching candidates.
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Celtics, Kemba Walker reportedly both looking at trade this offseason
The challenge in trading Walker are concerns about his knee and the $73.7 million still on his contract.
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Pacers’ Nate Bjorkgren first rookie NBA head coach fired despite winning postseason game
Only one other rookie head coach has been fired after making the postseason at all.
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Yes, more players, especially star players, missed time this year, data shows
The condensed schedule led to more soft tissue injuries.
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Chris Paul and Suns take control in Game 2 win over Nuggets
Chris Paul got Michael Porter Jr. switched onto him then drained a 3-pointer from the right wing.
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Jazz center Rudy Gobert wins third Defensive Player of the Year
When he emerged as a Defensive Player of the Year candidate in 2015, Rudy Gobert said, "I think they’re going to put somebody who’s more exposed to TV."
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Does D'Antoni deserve another head coaching job?
Vinnie Goodwill joins Michael Holley and Michael Smith to discuss if Mike D'Antoni deserves another head coaching job with so many new candidates on the market.
Hawks: De’Andre Hunter to miss rest of playoffs with knee injury
Hawks forward De'Andre Hunter was one of the NBA's most improved players.
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Jokic's MVP win 'an unprecedented success story'
Michael Holley and Michael Smith discuss Nikola Jokic becoming the lowest draft pick to win NBA MVP and explain why his story is good for the league.
Pat Riley fined $25,000 by league for LeBron James comment
This was more slap on the wrist than fine.
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Players need to speak up for female NBA head coach
Monica McNutt joins Michael Holley and Michael Smith and says in a league that is driven by its players, it's going to require a top NBA player to say they want a female head coach.
Bucks in panic mode vs. Nets in second round
The Bucks trail the Nets 2-0 in the second round, and given the fact that Milwaukee would have to win four out of the next fives games to advance, the series already feels like a foregone conclusion.
Clippers shouldn't panic despite Game 1 loss
Kurt Helin and Corey Robinson offer their reaction to Game 1 between the Clippers and Jazz, where L.A. nearly stole one in Utah despite playing far from their best basketball and a dominant Donovan Mitchell...
Nets' defense has been 'shockingly good' vs. Bucks
Kurt Helin and Corey Robinson react to Brooklyn's dominant start to its series vs. Milwaukee, where the Nets have shown some surprising resistance on defense against Giannis and Co.
Why Embiid has been everything expected vs. Hawks
Kurt Helin and Corey Robinson break down the series between the Philadelphia 76ers and Atlanta Hawks, and agree Joel Embiid has been dominant, while Ben Simmons defending and limiting Trae Young "defined"...
Nets look like clear favorite to win NBA title
Regardless of the health of James Harden, Jason Johnson says he'd be shocked if the Nets didn't run away with the NBA championship.
Why Utah's Mitchell should be respected
Michael Holley and Michael Smith agree that Donovan Mitchell should be respected, the Jazz are a "fun team" to watch and Paul George needs to carry the Clippers.
Pacers fire Bjorkgren; Blazers bounce Stotts
Pro Basketball Talk's Kurt Helin and Corey Robinson discuss the coaching vacancies for Indiana and Portland after the two franchises move on from there respective head coaches.
A healthy Paul spells trouble for the Nuggets
Kurt Helin and Corey Robinson break down every angle of the Suns' Game 1 win over the Nuggets, from Chris Paul looking healthy again to Deandre Ayton going toe-to-toe with NBA MVP Nikola Jokic.
Nate Bjorkgren fired as head coach of Indiana Pacers
This move wasn't entirely about on the court performance, although that was lower than expectations.
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