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  • Wiser LA Clippers prepared for 1st-round showdown with Spurs

    The San Antonio Spurs have faced almost every postseason obstacle imaginable during their 18-year run of steady success. They've never had their team owner banned from the NBA for life in the middle of a playoff series, though. "Yeah, we've had some...
  • Hyde: Aging, fragile Dwyane Wade's transition key to Heat's future

    Hyde: Aging, fragile Dwyane Wade's transition key to Heat's future
    The trick for Dwyane Wade is to view it as a graduation. The trouble is it can just as easily be seen as a demotion, because there's no label for the transition the winningest South Florida athlete of them all must make now. Labels form the arc of his...
  • San Antonio Spurs are just an adequate road team

    San Antonio Spurs are just an adequate road team
    When the San Antonio Spurs took their show on the road this season, the defending NBA champions didn’t exactly overwhelm opponents. So if the Spurs are to defend their crown, they will have to bear down on the road. As the sixth seed in the...
  • Go figure: Stat titles rarely lead to NBA titles

    It's already known that Oklahoma City won't win the NBA title, since the Thunder didn't make the playoffs. And now it doesn't look good for the Los Angeles Clippers, San Antonio Spurs and New Orleans Pelicans, either. Reason? They have players who won...
  • Bulls playing less in regular season could mean more in playoffs

    Bulls playing less in regular season could mean more in playoffs
    To rest or not to rest? NBA teams have debated that internally all season. Should you give your stars big minutes, like the Cavaliers have done with Kyrie Irving (36.4 per game) and LeBron James (36.1)? Or do you go the "Pop" route, ala Spurs coach...
  • Clippers aim to match the model San Antonio Spurs are built on

    Clippers aim to match the model San Antonio Spurs are built on
    There's a word for it, whenever DeAndre Jordan is ducking under the basket and J.J. Redick is circling the court and the Clippers are zipping the ball from player to player in search of the best possible scoring option. Spurs-ian. That's right,...
  • Playoffs set to open without Kobe, D-Wade and more stars

    No Kobe. No D-Wade. Not even any wild Russell Westbrook outfits. New standouts might emerge during these playoffs, but there's no arguing that there's plenty of star power missing. If jersey sales are a true measure of a player's popularity, then...
  • Blame Spoelstra for Heat's season? Only if perspective is dead

    Blame Spoelstra for Heat's season? Only if perspective is dead
    Get off Erik Spoelstra's back. That's where you start with this disappointing Heat finish. Give the only coach in town to win multiple rings in more than four decades some benefit of the earned doubt. Spoelstra sounded the way sports fans want their...
  • Clippers' DeAndre Jordan is preparing to be hacked by the Spurs

    Clippers' DeAndre Jordan is preparing to be hacked by the Spurs
    DeAndre Jordan has an idea of how much time he will spend at the free-throw line against the Spurs in the first round of the playoffs, which begins Sunday at Staples Center. "A lot probably," Jordan said before Thursday's Clippers practice. "That's...
  • Warriors? Cavs? Spurs again? No clear NBA Finals favorite

    Sweet-shooting Stephen Curry and the Golden State Warriors have the best record, an unmatched home-court advantage, and the understanding that means nothing now. "We had a great home record and did some historic things, but that doesn't get you any extra...
  • NBA Western Conference Capsules

    NBA Western Conference Capsules
    The popular narrative throughout the season was that any one of six teams could represent the deep Western Conference in the NBA Finals. But with the playoffs set to begin Saturday, oddsmakers are focusing on two teams in the West: Golden State, with...