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There are a lot of things to look forward to for these 2015 NBA Playoffs.
Uniform redesigns are a common occurence in sports all over the world.
"Sometimes I dream / That he is me / You got to see that's how I dream to be.
The 2015 NBA Playoffs are set after a whirlwind final night of regular season action.
RELATED: At Stake Tonight For Eastern Conference Playoff Seeding The West has been a pugilistic parade wedged between Dallas comfortably ensconced at No.
The best teams understand the value of communication. Even if it leads to an initial dispute, the long-term influence of debate looms far larger than any immediate concerns gleaned from it. And Doc Rivers believes the Los Angeles Clippers finally grasp that reality.
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.
An errant t-shirt cannon shot led to a stoppage in play when the tee landed on top of the backboard. Glen Davis thought he could jump and get it. He was wrong.
Marc Gasol's ankle injury that knocked him out of Memphis' loss to the Clippers on Saturday wasn't a break, but they're still not at full strength.
Matt Barnes isn't the easiest person to like, but it'll be a bit easier to root for him once you learn how he wants to get back at his haters.
Doc Rivers thinks DeAndre Jordan is Defensive Player of the Year. But he coaches him. What excuse does Byron Scott have?
The rivalry between the Los Angeles Clippers and Golden State Warriors didn't need more fuel thrown on its fire this season, but don't tell that to Draymond Green. The Defensive Player of the Year candidate has amped up tension in basketball's most heated matchup since 2014-2015 tipped off.
Jamal Crawford has missed the last 17 games, but he's set to return tonight. A healthy Crawford is integral to the Clippers' title chances.
Chris Paul is at it again with his incredible tricks, nutmegging poor Carlos Boozer.
The 2015 NBA Playoffs are almost here, and we've all the information you need to track who gets in and who is eliminated.
Dahntay Jones was a little too excited to congratulate Chris Paul last night.
LeBron James has three "very good friends" in the NBA, and Chris Paul is among them.
This whole sequence was insane. Chris Paul popped Chris Kaman in the nether region and get shoved in retaliation. Then Glenn Davis pretended to get shoved by LaMarcus Aldridge. You can't make this up.
Steph Curry shook Chris Paul to the floor and the should-be partisan Staples Center crowd went into a frenzy. That's to be expected – fandom doesn't apply to highlight-type plays of that caliber.