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Los Angeles Clippers' owner Donald Sterling would rather not say anything about whether or not he fired Vinny Del Negro to please Chris Paul.
Thunder forward Kevin Durant got a new back tattoo with Bible scripture on it, but it appears to have a typo in one of the words.
Tony Parker's left calf has been giving him trouble this postseason and he's going to have another MRI on it.
During Game 1 against the Grizzlies, somebody called the AT&T Center and threatened to kill Tony Parker.
Zach Harper is joined by Beckley Mason to talk about Seattle basketball, the Pacers' chances against the Heat, and the Grizzlies-Spurs series.
It's the fun game of 'what's true and what's not' with Dwight Howard. The latest: Did he have a meeting with general manager Mitch Kupchak about Mike D'Anonti?
The father of Miami Heat guard Mario Chalmers, Ronnie Chalmers, is being sued by his former business partner for allegedly stealing property from and illegally competing against their jointly operated sports agency.
Cavaliers GM Chris Grant says the team will look into exploring its options with the No. 1 pick, meaning Cleveland will listen to offers for the selection.
Tony Parker had an amazing Game 2 ... for three quarters. Were the late game issues the product of Grizzlies defense or momentary exhaustion?
Grizzlies left frustrated and despondent after failing to steal a win after a massive comeback in Game 2 vs. the Spurs.
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The Spurs survived blowing an 18-point second half lead to take a 2-0 series lead over the Grizzlies.
Late in Game 2, Manu Ginobili fouled Tony Allen and was called for a flagrant foul. Allen's acting skills might've had something to do with it too.
Late in the fourth quarter of Game 2, Quincy Pondexter went on a baseline drive and elevated for detonation over Boris Diaw.
Foul trouble plagued Memphis through three quarters and helped the Spurs to a comfortable lead in Game 2.
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