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Tulsa WorldThe Thunder's end came Wednesday not because of Russell Westbrook's knee injury, or Kevin Durant's 5-of-21 shooting, or Derek Fisher's 11 3-point attempts. Serenaded one last time "OKC! OKC!" by their adoring public, Thunder players walked off the court...
South Florida Sun SentinelAfter banging with the Chicago Bulls for five games that physically felt like twice as many, the Miami Heat spent Thursday recovering from their second-round bumps and bruises. But they also appreciate the fight has only begun, that there is a team...
Tags: Chicago Bulls, Mike Miller, Ray Allen, Roy Hibbert, Sports
1. Who do the Heat want, the Knicks or the Pacers? Easy, the Knicks. They’re the type of outside-shooting, borderline-defensive team the Heat can eat up in the playoffs and will pose limited physical danger. The Pacers aren't a great team, but...
NewsdayThe Knicks didn't enjoy their last trip to Indianapolis, but they are happy to be going back. They played Thursday night like a team that didn't want their best season in nearly 20 years to end on their home court in Game 5 of the Eastern Conference...
Tulsa WorldWhile his offense has been inconsistent during the postseason, Thunder forward Serge Ibaka has been voted to the NBA All-Defensive Team for the second consecutive season. During the 2012-13 regular season, the 6-foot-10, 235-pound Ibaka led the league...
Tags: Tony Parker, Luol Deng, LeBron James, Iman Shumpert, Roy Hibbert
NewsdayThe Knicks thought they rediscovered their offense in Game 2 against Indiana, but they lost it again in the three days between games. Too many Knicks misses and too many Pacers putbacks led to an 82-71 Indiana win in Game 3 Saturday night at Bankers...
NewsdayNot only can J.R. Smith not shoot well, he apparently can't act well, either. The NBA announced Friday that it was fining the Knicks' slumping sharpshooter $5,000 for his fourth-quarter flop in Game 1 of the Knicks-Pacers series. The flop occurred...
Tags: Jason Kidd, Fines, Lance Stephenson, Punishment, New York Knicks
The Atlanta Journal-ConstitutionThe Hawks mastery of the Pacers in Atlanta continues. It wasn't easy. The Hawks defeated the Pacers for the 13th straight time at Philips Arena, including Games 3 and 4 of their Eastern Conference first-round playoff series. The latest was a 102-91...
The Atlanta Journal-ConstitutionThe notion struck midway through another second quarter in which the Atlanta Hawks were extracting, without Novocain and with great force, the "d" from Indiana. "The Pacers can't guard the Hawks," declared a correspondent watching from on high, "and the...
ATLANTA -- Roy Hibbert was lying on the floor of the visitors' locker room as reporters and camera crews tried to avoid stepping on his feet as they jostled for position. Finally, he rose and went to his chair. "This," he said, "is going to be one...
The Hartford Courant— When told that he had received the one first-place vote that stopped LeBron James from being unanimously selected as the 2013 NBA Most Valuable Player, Carmelo Anthony smiled mischievously early Sunday evening. "I'll take that vote," Melo said....
South Florida Sun SentinelQ: This season the Heat have been able to raise their game when they're challenged by one of the league's better teams. I expect they'll play at a higher level against the Bulls than they did against the Bucks or would have against the Nets. With that in...
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