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David Lee has worked for eight seasons to be in the NBA playoffs. The last time he even attended a postseason game was between the Bulls and Wizards in Chicago before the 2005 draft.
Share TweetI watched the end of the Wizards season on Wednesday, because like most of you, I have the sickness. That one where you think maybe I’ll sit down for some tea and a novel while listening to Stravinsky, but then … Continue reading â†’Source: washingtonpost.com
Lee Jenkins: NBA playoff preview: Thunder vs. RocketsApr 18This won't be the most competitive first-round series, but it may be the most entertaining, however long it lasts. Conventional wisdom says pace slows and scores dip in the playoffs, but that won't be the case with Houston and Oklahoma City, who rank se…
Ian Thomsen: NBA playoffs: New York Knicks vs. Boston Celtics previewApr 18The Celtics had won the Atlantic every year since their 2007 trade for Kevin Garnett -- until this season, when New York broke through for its first divisional title in 19 years. But now the Knicks have to make good on the playoff expectations that acco…
Ian Thomsen: NBA playoff preview: Spurs vs. LakersApr 18Since Tim Duncan's 1997 arrival in San Antonio, the extraordinary Spurs have won at least 50 games (or the equivalent, taking into account the lockout year of '99) and contended for the championship every year. They've met the Lakers in six playoff seri…
Lee Jenkins: NBA playoff preview: Clippers vs. GrizzliesApr 18For the second straight year, the Clippers and Grizzlies meet in the most intriguing first-round matchup as the No. 4 and 5 seeds. Again, they are stylistic opposites. The Clippers try to push the pace, with Chris Paul and Blake Griffin, while the Grizz…