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Dwight Howard is looking more and more like a younger, more athletic incarnation of himself lately, especially on these two alley-oop dunks.
With Chris Paul sitting out his second straight game, Blake Griffin put up 26 points in the first half of Game 2 against the Rockets.
It looks like the Los Angeles Clippers will once again be without their star point guard for Game 2.
One game into each series, we have some idea of the issues that will decide who makes it to the Conference Finals. Let's break them down.
Doc Rivers says there's a 50 percent chance that Chris Paul will play in Game 2.
Doc Rivers couldn't believe how quiet it got in Houston's Toyota Center last night. And he let the crowd know.
Blake Griffin's renewed intensity is a reminder of how dominant an all-court offensive force the Clippers superstar can be.
Dwight Howard reminds everyone he's healthy again with this alley-oop.
So much for more injury-riddled theatrics.
This is why there should be a set amount of award candidates for voters to choose from.
League sources say Warriors guard Stephen Curr will be presented with the MVP award before Tuesday's Game 3 against the Grizzlies, and the announcement could come any minute.
It's good that someone decided to add some levity to the situation. Le Batard's interview with the embattled social media manager is great.
Smoove has been huge for the Rockets, helping them advance past the Dallas Mavericks. Coach McHale had some kind words for him - but what?
In the closing moments of the Houston Rockets' series-clinching win against the Dallas Mavericks, the team's twitter account riled up the internet. The inflammatory tweet lead to the firing of the Rockets social media manager, who then took to twitter to explain his actions.
With two able passing big men, both the Houston Rockets and Los Angeles Clippers run excellent big-to-big alley-oops. So who does it better?
Just not a good look, Rockets Twitter. I'm sure everyone will react completely reasonably to this.
Believe it or not, offense comes pretty easy when defenders fall to the floor. Just imagine if Josh Smith were allowed to trip Devin Harris every time he set a ball-screen – James Harden would be cooking constantly!
Rockets-Mavs Game 5 is off to a roaring start in Houston, with the white-hot Al-Farouq Aminu producing the early highlight of the game.
If the Dallas Mavericks are to make history and become the first team ever to win a series after trailing 3-0, Rick Carlisle will need a full complement of healthy players at his disposal.