A look at who the most dangerous teams are headed into the second round of the NBA playoffs.
The Cavs and Bulls were the Eastern Conference favorites heading into the season. Lots has happened to these teams since then, and they'll meet in the second round starting on Monday.
Bulls center Joakim Noah is pumped about going to Ohio in the playoffs again.
The Chicago Bulls move on to face the Cleveland Cavaliers in the semifinals. Here are five things we learned about the Bulls in Round 1.
Blake Griffin's passing ability helped the Clippers be the best offense in the NBA. Now it may help them move past the Spurs.
Replacing Kevin Love will prove to be difficult, considering the Cleveland Cavaliers have suffered without him on the floor.
The Cavaliers could be without Kevin Love, J.R. Smith and Kendrick Perkins when they open their second-round playoff series, plus changes are coming in Toronto and the rest of the news moving the needle in the NBA Playoffs.
Jimmy Butler wasn't much of a scorer last season, but an improvement across the board has given the Chicago Bulls what they need.
After dislocating his shoulder in the first quarter of Game 4, Kevin Love calls out Kelly Olynyk.
Los Angeles tied up its series in San Antonio, and the Cavaliers ended theirs in Boston. Washington sweeps Toronto out of the playoffs and the Mavs force Game 5 against Houston.
LeBron James scored 27 points to lead Cleveland to a 101-93 victory vs. Boston on Sunday in Game Four of their first-round NBA Playoff series. The Cavaliers swept the series from the Celtics and earn some rest before the second round begins.
Cavs, Wizards and Rockets can sweep their series. The Spurs and Clippers are looking to have control of their series. Here's what to watch.
Whatever LeBron James can do, Dwight Howard can do with an Adventure Time backpack on.
Oh, to be LeBron James for a minute on a basketball court. That'd be fun.
The Warriors come back from a 20-point deficit to take Game 3 in New Orleans. Derrick Rose was sensational and Chicago is up 3-0 on Milwaukee. LeBron and the Cavs do it again.
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