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The Spurs' future is built around the progression of Kawhi Leonard. You might want to do the same thing with your Fantasy team, Chris Towers says. Full Story
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Clippers' Chris Paul likely to miss Game 1 at Houston
by Shawn Krest | CBSSports.com
(11:13 am ET) Clippers point guard Chris Paul is unlikely to play in Game 1 of the team's second round series at Houston on Monday. 

Paul battled through a hamstring injury on Saturday night to help lead the Clippers to a Game 7 win over San Antonio. 

Coach Doc Rivers praised Paul's toughness in the post-game press conference following Saturday's win, saying Paul was "just a tough kid. He's a street fighter. I mean, he really is. I love him to death because of his will." Rivers also expressed doubt that Paul would be ready to go on Monday. 


Spurs F Tim Duncan tallies 27 in what could be his last game
by Marty Gitlin | CBSSports.com
(5/2/2015) When Tim Duncan walked off the court Saturday night after the Spurs were eliminated in the first round, one had to wonder if he would ever again walk back on an NBA court as a player.

If he indeed retires, he will have nothing to be ashamed of in regard to his last performance. The 18-year veteran nearly willed his team to victory over the Clippers, scoring 27 points on 11-of-16 shooting and adding 11 rebounds.

Duncan rose to the occasion in the playoffs, averaging 16.4 points and 11.1 rebounds per game.


Clippers PG Chris Paul overcomes injury to bury Spurs
by Marty Gitlin | CBSSports.com
(5/2/2015) In one of the gutsiest performances in NBA playoff history, Clippers point guard Chris Paul scored 27 points Saturday night, including the game-winner with one second remaining, to key a Game 7 defeat of now-deposed defending champion San Antonio.

Paul banked home a tough-angle shot from the right side to put the dagger in the Spurs, then limped back in pain from the hamstring injury sustained in the first quarter that forced him briefly out of the game.

"We've been in that situation a lot of times already this year, and most of the time I hadn't made it," Paul said. "We talked about it, and finally it worked when we needed it."

He finished with nine points in the fourth quarter, hit 9-of-13 shots throughout and added six assists.

Paul and his team are set to play Houston in the Western Conference semifinals.


G Joe Johnson: Nets likely to be broken up in offseason
by Marty Gitlin | CBSSports.com
(5/2/2015) Nets veteran guard Joe Johnson doesn't know how the roster will change next season. But he does believe that it will be quite different.

His team finished under .500 and lost in the first round of the playoffs despite boasting such talent as Johnson, Brook Lopez and Deron Williams. The Nets simply didn't mesh.

"I don't see us coming back as the same team," Johnson told the New York Daily News. "This is my third year here. I could see if we were getting better each year, but it's been kind of the opposite. So to not even be a .500 ball club in the East, it's disheartening and I don't know. I think everyone in the locker room is unsure of the future here."

The Nets have no cap space and pick 29th in the draft. Lopez and Thaddeus Young appear destined for free agency. Johnson could be traded. So could Williams, whom coach Lionel Hollins recently claimed is not worthy of a max contract.

Hollins was still complaining Saturday.

"I thought we had a higher basketball IQ as a group than we did," he said. "That was a big thing. I thought we had more toughness and all of that. But as a coach, looking from the outside, that's what I always say until you come in and coach a team you don't know for sure. I thought the skill level was better ... but we worked around it and that's part of coaching."

Williams declined to to speak to the media as he and his teammates gathered their bags and took off.


Grizzlies G Mike Conley doubtful for second-round opener
by Marty Gitlin | CBSSports.com
(5/2/2015) David Joerger has deemed Grizzlies guard Mike Conley doubtful for the series opener Sunday at Golden State, per Fox13Memphis.

It was not revealed if Conley, who sustained a facial injury against Portland, practiced Saturday. He missed the last two games against the Trail Blazers.


Clippers' Chris Paul heads leaves with hamstring injury, returns
by Brandon Wise | CBSSports.com
(5/2/2015) Clippers point guard Chris Paul was forced to leave Saturday's Game 7 against the Spurs with an apparent leg injury. Paul headed back to the locker room near the end of the first quarter after limping off the court. He was diagnosed witha left hamstring strain and he is expected to return.

He scored five points on 2 of 3 shooting from the field with three assists before exiting the game.


Clippers PF Glen Davis cleared for action Saturday
by Marty Gitlin | CBSSports.com
(5/2/2015) The Clippers have announced that power forward Glen Davis will play in Game 7 of the playoff series against San Antonio on Saturday night.

Davis injured his ankle Thursday, but it healed quickly.


Clippers PF Glen Davis a maybe for Game 7
by Marty Gitlin | CBSSports.com
(5/2/2015) An ankle injury that had Clippers reserve power forward Glen Davis wheeled off the court Thursday has healed well enough to make him a possibility to play in Game 7 Saturday night against San Antonio, a source has told the Los Angeles Times.

Davis was diagnosed with a low ankle sprain. It was feared initially that it was broken.


Bulls C Joakim Noah ready to roll despite illness
by Marty Gitlin | CBSSports.com
(5/2/2015) Bulls center Joakim Noah did not pick an ideal time to be ill with a second-round playoff series against Cleveland, but Tom Thibodeau told the Chicago Tribune that he worked most of Saturday practice and declared him ready to go for the Monday opener.

Noah played just over 33 minutes per game in the first round against Milwaukee. He averaged 6.5 points and 11.6 rebounds per game.


Wizards PG John Wall working through shoulder strain
by Marty Gitlin | CBSSports.com
(5/2/2015) The numbers against Toronto scream otherwise, but Wizards point guard John Wall was playing with a right shoulder strain that he now must deal with against the tougher Hawks in the second round of the NBA playoffs.

Wall sustained the injury in the opener against the Raptors, yet still averaged 19.6 points and 14.0 assists over the final three games of the sweep. And he's not fretting it as his team prepares for Atlanta.

"It's all right," he told CSNWashington.com. "...I have a little strain in it and it's something I have to deal with, but you make no excuses when you're in the playoffs."


 
 
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