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Why The Warriors Are Running Straight Through The Highly-Touted Nuggets Updated Apr 30, 2013
The Golden State Warriors came into the playoffs with little expectations. They nearly lost their No. 6 seed to the Houston Rockets before finishing at 47-35 (and amazingly, Houston dropped back down to No. 8). They finished 3-3 in their last six games,…
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  • The Westbrook Injury Makes OKC’s James Harden Trade More Interesting Than Ever Apr 30, 2013
    Bringing up the argument of who won the James Harden trade is almost as pointless as the best rapper debate at your local barbershop. There’ll always be one or two guys who co-sign your stand, and there’ll always be a handful who think you’re out of
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  • Chandler Parsons leaves fist-bump-seeking Rockets fan hanging after Game 4 win (Video) Apr 30, 2013
    Houston Rockets forward Chandler Parsons had a lot going through his mind just after the buzzer sounded late Monday night - processing that he'd just put up playoff career highs of 27 points, 10 points and eight rebounds against the No. 1-seeded Oklahom
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  • Serge Ibaka misses potential game-tying putback at buzzer, Rockets hold on, force Game 5 (Video) Apr 30, 2013
    After leading by as many as 13 points late in the second quarter only to once again cough up an early advantage in this series and trail by as many as 13 late in the third quarter, the Oklahoma City Thunder had a chance to force overtime against the fig…
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  • Ben Golliver: Thunder sloppy in Game 4 loss to Rockets Apr 30, 2013
    Put away the brooms, Oklahoma City. With a tepid offense and no answer for Chandler Parsons, the Thunder fell 105-103 and failed to finish off the Rockets, writes Ben Golliver.
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  • Josh Smith’s Love/Hate Relationship With Atlanta Goes To Another Level; Metta World Peace Calls Out Charles Barkley Apr 30, 2013
    The complex layers of the relationship between Josh Smith, Atlanta fans and NBA fans at large run deep, and they’ve been there throughout his entire career. Not quite an All-Star. Incredible all-around talent. Not a jump shooter. But he can make them. N
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