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There are a lot of things to look forward to for these 2015 NBA Playoffs.
The 2015 NBA Playoffs are set after a whirlwind final night of regular season action.
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The doldrums of March and early April have passed, and the playoffs are merely five days away. Despite over five months and 80 games of competition, though, the field is far from set – and championship implications loom as a result of the regular season's last three days.
This was James Harden's MVP moment...until it wasn't.
Everybody has an opinion about who should win the NBA's Most Valuable Player Award this season, especially the candidates themselves.
During the early moments of the Rockets-Spurs games Wednesday, Gregg Popovich took a moment to admire James Harden's infamous beard.
The Houston Rockets suffer another crucial injury just as the playoffs are about to begin.
The NBA's Players of the Week honors go to the Brooklyn Nets' Brook Lopez and the Houston Rockets' James Harden.
Russ had 40 points and another triple-double, but James Harden had 41 points and his team won, 115-112.
The 2015 NBA Playoffs are almost here, and we've all the information you need to track who gets in and who is eliminated.
There's a block party going on in Dallas, with Al-Farouq Aminu hosting and Dwight Howard and James Harden as the guests of honor.
Some defense was indeed performed last night during the Rockets-Kings game, and a lot of it by a single player on one awesome possession.
The Rockets beat the Kings and James Harden scored a career-high, but DeMarcus Cousins had one of the best all-around games ever.
Clint Capela's first dunk was pretty bland. Luckily, his second one was much, much better.
He was careful to add the Warriors are the favorites, but Daryl Morey thinks his Rockets can run the table without Patrick Beverley.
The injury-plagued Houston Rockets haven't been full strength all season long. And if Kevin McHale is to believed, his team will continue to be short-handed come playoff time, too.
James Harden plays defense. Maybe he's not elite, but he's more decent than he gets credit for.