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    • Chris Paul HOU PG
      Rockets' Chris Paul: Undergoing treatment, will be reevaluated Friday
      26m ago

      Paul (hamstring) is undergoing treatment and his status will be updated Friday, Brett Zwerneman of the Houston Chronicle reports.

      After scoring 18 second-half points Thursday, Paul appeared to suffer a hamstring injury late in the fourth quarter of Game 5 and was unable to return. Hamstring injuries are difficult to return quickly from, which makes the short turnaround before Game 6 all the more unfortunate for Paul and the Rockets. Friday's update will shed more light on his outlook for Game 6 and beyond.

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    • Eric Gordon HOU SG
      Rockets' Eric Gordon: Could see bigger role in Game 6
      1h ago

      Coach Mike D'Antoni said that Gordon will have an increased role in the offense if Chris Paul (hamstring) is unable to play in Game 6 against the Warriors,Marc J. Spears of ESPN.com reports.

      The Rockets are already running a tight, seven-man rotation, so losing Paul for Game 6 would have a major ripple in several facets of Houston's gameplan. Paul suffered the hamstring injury late in the fourth quarter of Thursday's win. Gordon, who poured in 24 points off the bench in Game 5, would take Paul's spot in the lineup if Paul is unable to give it a go. Houston's injury situation will come into greater focus as Game 6 approaches Saturday.

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    • Chris Paul HOU PG
      Rockets' Chris Paul: Suffers apparent hamstring injury in Game 5 win
      2h ago

      Paul came out of Thursday's Game 5 matchup against the Warriors with an apparent hamstring injury, Ben Golliver of SI.com reports.

      Paul had put together a tremendous second half to position the Rockets for a victory before he pulled up lame with a hamstring injury late in the fourth quarter. He finished the night with 20 points, seven rebounds, and six assists over 38 minutes. An update on Paul's status for Game 6 will be provided once more information is available.

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    • Klay Thompson GS SG
      Warriors' Klay Thompson: In for Game 5
      6h ago

      Thompson (knee) will play during Thursday's Game 5 against Houston, Anthony Slater of The Athletic Bay Area reports.

      Thompson suffered a minor knee strain during Game 4, but is apparently feeling good enough to take the floor after going through pre-game activities. He played 39 minutes during Game 4, but went just 4-of-13 from the field for 10 points.

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    • Andre Iguodala GS SG
      Warriors' Andre Iguodala: Out for Game 5
      6h ago

      Iguodala (knee) is out for Thursday's Game 5 against Houston, Anthony Slater of The Athletic Bay Area reports.

      Iguodala didn't play in the Warriors' Game 4 loss and was later deemed a game-time call for Game 5. After going through some pre-game activity, it appears that the veteran is still in too much discomfort to take the floor. When Iguodala was out for Game 4, Kevon Looney drew the start, playing 26 minutes and posting four points, six rebounds, one assist and one block.

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    • Klay Thompson GS SG
      Warriors' Klay Thompson: Expected to play in Game 5
      12h ago

      Head coach Steve Kerr said he expects Thompson (knee) to play in Game 5 against the Rockets on Thursday, Mark Medina of the Mercury News reports.

      Thompson suffered a minor knee strain in Game 4 on Tuesday, but indicated shortly after the contest that he wasn't going to miss time. That optimism was echoed by coach Kerr following Thursday's morning shootaround, so if all goes as expected during pregame warmups, look for Thompson to take the court as usual. The Warriors are currently listing Andre Iguodala (knee) as a game-time decision, though he was able to get shots up at shootaround, so the Warriors could be getting their veteran back in the fold as well.

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    • Aron Baynes BOS C
      Celtics' Aron Baynes: Impactful play despite low numbers
      21h ago

      Baynes contributed six points (3-7 FG, 0-1 3Pt), seven rebounds and three blocks in 29 minutes during Wednesday's 96-83 victory over Cleveland.

      Baynes was reinserted into the starting lineup for Game Five and had a nice impact on both ends of the floor. He faded late but was crucial to the Celtics gaining the early lead with some strong rebounding and rim protection. It remains to be seen whether he stays in the starting lineup for Game Six, but nonetheless, he will need to repeat his strong play if the Celtics are to wrap up the series on Friday.

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    • Al Horford BOS C
      Celtics' Al Horford: Strong outing in Game 5 victory
      21h ago

      Horford had 15 points (4-9 FG, 1-2 3Pt, 6-6 FT), 12 rebounds, one assist and one steal in 34 minutes during Wednesday's 96-83 victory over Cleveland.

      After a couple of howlers, Horford bounced back on Wednesday, helping the Celtics to an important Game 5 victory. His numbers don't jump off the page but he was big late with some crucial rebounds and a dagger three-pointer late in the fourth quarter. The series now heads back to Cleveland and the Celtics would love to wrap things up rather than head home for a Game Seven. Horford will need to rally the young troops in the hope they can find some form on the road, something they have struggled to do so far this series.

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    • Tristan Thompson CLE C
      Cavaliers' Tristan Thompson: Non-factor in Wednesday's loss
      21h ago

      Thompson finished with just one point to go with six rebounds and one assist in 26 minutes during Wednesday's 96-83 loss to Boston.

      After some strong performances of late, Thompson fell flat on Wednesday with a terrible Game Five effort. He had managed to keep Al Horford in check across both games in Cleveland but was unable to repeat this here as Horford certainly had the better of the matchup. In fact, Aron Baynes also managed to have a strong performance as Thompson was rendered obsolete. He will need to bounce-back on Friday if the Cavaliers are to stave off elimination and force a Game Seven back in Boston.

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    • Aron Baynes BOS C
      Celtics' Aron Baynes: Will start Wednesday
      1d ago

      Baynes will draw the start in Game 5 on Wednesday against the Cavaliers, Scott Souza of The Providence Journal reports.

      Baynes will move into the starting lineup in place of Marcus Morris, as the Celtics look to make a change after losing the past two games. In the series, Baynes is averaging 21.0 minutes, though his move to the starting lineup could lead to a larger role.

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    • Clint Capela HOU C
      Rockets' Clint Capela: Strong rebounding effort in Game 4 win
      2d ago

      Capela totaled eight points (2-5 FG, 4-5 FT), 13 rebounds and two blocks across 24 minutes during Houston's 95-92 win over the Warriors in Game 4 of their Western Conference Finals playoff series Tuesday.

      Capela's scoring contributions continue to fluctuate, but he's provided double-digit rebounds in the two games thus far in the series during which he's failed to accomplish the feat in the scoring column. The inverse has been true in the other two contests, keeping Capela's contributions steady and well-rounded overall. The 24-year-old projects to continue producing in similar fashion as a complement to the efforts of Chris Paul and James Harden, who both are even more involved offensively than during the regular season. Capela will look to keep his solid series going with another strong effort in Thursday's critical Game 5 showdown.

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    • Aron Baynes BOS C
      Celtics' Aron Baynes: Scores 8 off bench in ECF Game 4 loss
      3d ago

      Baynes provided eight points (2-3 FG, 4-6 FT), seven rebounds and one block across 16 minutes in Monday's 111-102 ECF Game 4 loss in Cleveland.

      Coach Brad Stevens has opted to start Marcus Morris over Baynes, which worked well for the first two games in Boston. Cleveland countered by starting Tristan Thompson, giving the Cavs a big advantage on the boards, leading to two Cleveland wins. With the series tied at 2-2, Stevens might decide to "go big" and return Baynes to the starting lineup for Game 5. Baynes is averaging 21 minutes per game during the ECF. Game 5 is Wednesday night in Boston.

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    • Marcus Morris BOS PF
      Celtics' Marcus Morris: Leads C's in minutes, despite not starting
      16h ago

      Morris generated 13 points (5-13 FG, 3-6 3Pt), six rebounds and one steal across 37 minutes in Wednesday's 96-83 ECF Game 5 win over the Cavaliers.

      Morris came of the bench in Game 5, but still led the Celtics in minutes played. Coach Brad Stevens decided to replace Morris in the starting lineup with Aron Baynes to counter Tristan Thompson's rugged rebounding. No matter, as Morris still delivered clutch three point shooting and contributed to a team defensive effort that appeared to exhaust LeBron James. Morris and his Celtics teammates will now try to wrap up the series Friday night in Cleveland.

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    • Larry Nance Jr. CLE PF
      Cavaliers' Larry Nance: Blocks four shots in Game Five loss
      21h ago

      Nance totaled just two points (1-1 FG, 0-2 FT), six rebounds, four blocks and two assists in 16 minutes during Wednesday's 96-83 loss to the Celtics.

      Nance was once again restricted in his playing time but he did provide a small spark during the second quarter after getting involved in a heated exchange with Marcus Morris. Nance played the role of rim protector quite well but it was to no avail as the Cavaliers once again struggled on the road. Game Six is in Cleveland on Friday and there is no real reason to believe Nance will see a change in his current role.

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    • Marcus Morris BOS PF
      Celtics' Marcus Morris: Will come off the bench for Game 5
      1d ago

      Morris will come off the bench for Wednesday's Game 5 against the Cavaliers as Aron Baynes will start in his place, Scott Souza of The Providence Journal reports.

      After the Celtics struggled the past two games, Brad Stevens has opted to shake up the starting lineup and will insert Aron Baynes in the frontcourt instead of Morris. Morris struggled to stay on the court the last time out as he dealt with foul trouble, so he'll look for a bounce-back effort Wednesday. Morris has averaged 29.5 minutes through the first four games of the series, however he could see a smaller role coming off the bench.

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    • Jonah Bolden NBADRAFT PF
      Jonah Bolden: Could join Philadelphia in 2018-19
      2d ago

      Philadelphia president of basketball operations Bryan Colangelo acknowledged Tuesday that Bolden could join the 76ers during the 2018-19 season, Brian Seltzer of Sixers.com reports. "With respect to the players we selected last year, players who we anticipated would be parts of the future here, I think it's most likely that the player you might see here early on is Jonah Bolden, who had a really good season at a EuroLeague level of competition playing for Maccabi Tel Aviv," Colangelo said.

      Bolden, the 36th overall pick in 2017, turned some heads while playing with the 76ers' summer-league entry shortly after being drafted, then locked down a starting role in the frontcourt for Maccabi and averaged 7.2 points, 6.1 rebounds and 1.5 assists in 21.1 minutes per game. The forward is lauded for his above-average athleticism and seven-foot wingspan, which could make him a valuable rotational big man for the 76ers if the team elects to bring him back stateside. Bolden's performance in the Las Vegas Summer League in July will likely have a heavy influence on the 76ers' decision whether or not to add him to the roster in 2018-19.

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    • Draymond Green GS PF
      Warriors' Draymond Green: Another double-double in Game 4 loss
      2d ago

      Green finished with 11 points (4-8 FG, 0-2 3Pt, 3-4 FT), 14 rebounds, eight assists, two steals and one block across 45 minutes during Golden State's 95-92 loss to the Rockets in Game 4 of their Western Conference Finals playoff series Tuesday.

      Green's final line was once again impressive, although he did miss a key free throw with 37.7 seconds remaining and the Warriors trailing, 94-92. The 28-year-old did manage to churn out a second consecutive double-double, and he's now notably upped his offensive usage over the last two games by taking a combined 17 shots during that span. He'll undoubtedly play a key role in the Warriors' efforts once again when they attempt to take a 3-2 series lead in Thursday's Game 5.

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    • Semi Ojeleye BOS PF
      Celtics' Semi Ojeleye: Sees 9 minutes in Game 4 loss
      3d ago

      Ojeleye banged out three points (1-2 FG, 1-2 3Pt) and one rebound over 9 minutes in Monday's 111-102 ECF Game 4 loss in Cleveland.

      Ojeleye played his standard 3-and-D role for nine brief minutes as only one of three Celtic reserves to see playing time Monday night. While Ojeleye played admirable defense against LeBron James and others, his limited offensive skills contributed to a minus 14 plus/minus rating. Due to multiple Boston injuries, expect the rookie Ojeleye to continue to see minutes in Game 5, which is Wednesday night in Boston.

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    • Jayson Tatum BOS SF
      Celtics' Jayson Tatum: Magnificent in Game 5 victory
      21h ago

      Tatum finished with 24 points (7-15 FG, 3-7 3Pt, 7-8 FT), seven rebounds, four assists, four steals and two blocks in 40 minutes during Wednesday's 96-83 victory over the Cavaliers.

      Tatum was spectacular on both ends of the floor Wednesday, leading the Celtics to a crucial Game 5 victory. Tatum was unquestionably the best player on the court in this one and while it is hard to call it a breakout game given his strong season, he has certainly established himself as a star of the league. The offense seems to come with some regularity at the moment but it was his defense that shone through as he recorded four steals and two blocks. He will need to bring the same energy on Friday as the Celtics try to wrap up the series in Cleveland which would advance them to the NBA Finals.

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    • LeBron James CLE SF
      Cavaliers' LeBron James: Double-doubles despite tired effort
      22h ago

      James had 26 points (11-22 FG, 1-6 3Pt, 3-4 FT), 10 rebounds, five assists and one steal in 39 minutes during Wednesday's 96-83 loss to Boston.

      James was once again the only Cavalier to warrant talking about in the lackluster loss to Boston in Game 5. James looked quite fatigued at times throughout the game and despite his solid line, was really a non-factor. The series now heads back to Cleveland for Game Six which is an elimination game for the Cavaliers and James is going to need to summon all his strength if he is to prevent the Celtics from advancing to the NBA Finals.

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    • Kevon Looney GS SF
      Warriors' Kevon Looney: Underwhelms in Game 4 start
      2d ago

      Looney drew the start for Andre Iguodala (knee) and supplied just four points (2-6 FG), five rebounds, one assist and one block across 26 minutes during Golden State's 95-92 loss to the Rockets in Game 4 of their Western Conference Finals playoff series Tuesday.

      The fourth-year big man's line ultimately wasn't any different from those he'd produced during the prior two games when he came off the bench and logged under 20 minutes. Looney's lack of production wasn't necessarily due to poor shooting as much as it was to modest usage, as his six shot attempts were easily the fewest among the first unit. With Iguodala having been upgraded to questionable prior to Tuesday's contest before ultimately sitting out, it's certainly conceivable -- but still uncertain -- that he returns for Thursday's Game 5, a development that would presumably push Looney back to the second unit.

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    • Kevin Durant GS SF
      Warriors' Kevin Durant: Double-doubles in Game 4 defeat
      2d ago

      Durant collected 27 points (9-24 FG, 1-5 3Pt, 8-8 FT), 12 rebounds and three assists across 43 minutes during Golden State's 95-92 loss to the Rockets in Game 4 of their Western Conference Finals playoff series Tuesday.

      Durant certainly did his part on his way to his first double-double since Game 1 of the semifinal round against the Pelicans. The All-Star forward did endure his worst shooting night of the postseason, however, draining just 37.5 percent of his attempts. Naturally, sheer volume and frequent visits to the free-throw line are pretty much iron-clad guarantees for Durant during the postseason, keeping his scoring totals robust even when his shot isn't at its sharpest. He'll look to bounce back when the Warriors attempt to take a 3-2 series lead in Thursday's critical Game 5 showdown.

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    • P.J. Tucker HOU SF
      Rockets' P.J. Tucker: Dominates on glass in Game 4 win
      2d ago

      Tucker delivered four points (0-4 FG, 0-2 3Pt, 4-4 FT), 16 rebounds, two assists, two steals and one block across 44 minutes during Houston's 95-92 win over the Warriors in Game 4 of their Western Conference Finals playoff series Tuesday.

      Tucker exploded for a season-best rebounding effort, helping to make up for his minimal offensive contributions. The veteran forward's value isn't always accurately reflected on the stat sheet, as he brings a defensive presence and energy that isn't necessarily quantifiable. However, he clearly remains capable of putting up impressive numbers on both the scoreboard and the glass in any given night, making him a quintessential tournament play for DFS postseason contests. He'll look to once again play an important complementary role when the Rockets attempt to take a series lead in Thursday's Game 5.

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    • Kevon Looney GS SF
      Warriors' Kevon Looney: Slated to start Game 4
      2d ago

      Looney will pick up the start in place of the injured Andre Iguodala (knee) for Game 4 against the Rockets on Tuesday, Chris Haynes of ESPN reports.

      Iguodala suffered a knee-to-knee collision in Game 3 on Sunday and after testing it out during pregame warmups, decided the discomfort was too much to play through. As a result, Looney will get the call to jump into the top unit, joining Kevin Durant and Draymond Green in the frontcourt. Since the start of the playoffs, Looney has averaged 20.2 minutes across 13 games, but could push for 30-plus now that he's entered the starting five.

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    • Eric Gordon HOU SG
      Rockets' Eric Gordon: Could see bigger role in Game 6
      1h ago

      Coach Mike D'Antoni said that Gordon will have an increased role in the offense if Chris Paul (hamstring) is unable to play in Game 6 against the Warriors,Marc J. Spears of ESPN.com reports.

      The Rockets are already running a tight, seven-man rotation, so losing Paul for Game 6 would have a major ripple in several facets of Houston's gameplan. Paul suffered the hamstring injury late in the fourth quarter of Thursday's win. Gordon, who poured in 24 points off the bench in Game 5, would take Paul's spot in the lineup if Paul is unable to give it a go. Houston's injury situation will come into greater focus as Game 6 approaches Saturday.

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    • Klay Thompson GS SG
      Warriors' Klay Thompson: In for Game 5
      6h ago

      Thompson (knee) will play during Thursday's Game 5 against Houston, Anthony Slater of The Athletic Bay Area reports.

      Thompson suffered a minor knee strain during Game 4, but is apparently feeling good enough to take the floor after going through pre-game activities. He played 39 minutes during Game 4, but went just 4-of-13 from the field for 10 points.

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    • Andre Iguodala GS SG
      Warriors' Andre Iguodala: Out for Game 5
      6h ago

      Iguodala (knee) is out for Thursday's Game 5 against Houston, Anthony Slater of The Athletic Bay Area reports.

      Iguodala didn't play in the Warriors' Game 4 loss and was later deemed a game-time call for Game 5. After going through some pre-game activity, it appears that the veteran is still in too much discomfort to take the floor. When Iguodala was out for Game 4, Kevon Looney drew the start, playing 26 minutes and posting four points, six rebounds, one assist and one block.

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    • Klay Thompson GS SG
      Warriors' Klay Thompson: Expected to play in Game 5
      12h ago

      Head coach Steve Kerr said he expects Thompson (knee) to play in Game 5 against the Rockets on Thursday, Mark Medina of the Mercury News reports.

      Thompson suffered a minor knee strain in Game 4 on Tuesday, but indicated shortly after the contest that he wasn't going to miss time. That optimism was echoed by coach Kerr following Thursday's morning shootaround, so if all goes as expected during pregame warmups, look for Thompson to take the court as usual. The Warriors are currently listing Andre Iguodala (knee) as a game-time decision, though he was able to get shots up at shootaround, so the Warriors could be getting their veteran back in the fold as well.

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    • Andre Iguodala GS SG
      Warriors' Andre Iguodala: Will be game-time call
      12h ago

      Iguodala (knee) will be a game-time decision for Thursday's Game 5 against the Rockets, Mark Medina of the Mercury News reports.

      Iguodala was held out of the Warriors' Game 4 loss, despite being upgraded from "doubtful" to "questionable" in the hours leading up to tip-off. With another two days to recover, the hope is that the veteran will be cleared to return to the lineup, but official word likely won't come until after pregame warmups.

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    • Jaylen Brown BOS SG
      Celtics' Jaylen Brown: Struggles from the field in Wednesday's victory
      21h ago

      Brown had 17 points (4-15 FG, 2-8 3Pt, 7-8 FT), three rebounds, two assists and one block in 34 minutes during Wednesday's 96-83 victory over the Cavaliers.

      Brown struggled to find his rhythm but still managed to put up 17 points in the victory. He continues to play well although his shot choices remain questionable at times. Brown attacked the basket with little reward in this one and perhaps needs to look at facilitating once in the paint rather than forcing his shot. On the positive, he was part of a team defensive effort that harassed LeBron James into committing six turnovers. Boston will take their winning momentum into Cleveland on Friday as they look to wrap up the series in six games.

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    • Chris Paul HOU PG
      Rockets' Chris Paul: Undergoing treatment, will be reevaluated Friday
      26m ago

      Paul (hamstring) is undergoing treatment and his status will be updated Friday, Brett Zwerneman of the Houston Chronicle reports.

      After scoring 18 second-half points Thursday, Paul appeared to suffer a hamstring injury late in the fourth quarter of Game 5 and was unable to return. Hamstring injuries are difficult to return quickly from, which makes the short turnaround before Game 6 all the more unfortunate for Paul and the Rockets. Friday's update will shed more light on his outlook for Game 6 and beyond.

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    • Chris Paul HOU PG
      Rockets' Chris Paul: Suffers apparent hamstring injury in Game 5 win
      2h ago

      Paul came out of Thursday's Game 5 matchup against the Warriors with an apparent hamstring injury, Ben Golliver of SI.com reports.

      Paul had put together a tremendous second half to position the Rockets for a victory before he pulled up lame with a hamstring injury late in the fourth quarter. He finished the night with 20 points, seven rebounds, and six assists over 38 minutes. An update on Paul's status for Game 6 will be provided once more information is available.

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    • Terry Rozier BOS PG
      Celtics' Terry Rozier: Three steals in Game 5 win
      16h ago

      Rozier delivered eight points (3-15 FG, 1-7 3Pt, 1-1 FT), six rebounds, six assists and three steals across 34 minutes in Wednesday's 96-83 ECF Game 5 win over the Cavaliers.

      Rozier suffered another rough shooting night, but was a major part of Boston's successful defensive effort, helping limit the Cavs to only 83 points. Rozier's three steals stand out, but it was his ability to avoid being isolated on LeBron James that highlighted an improved Celtic approach on defense. The third year point guard is shooting a lowly 37 percent during the Eastern Conference Finals, yet Boston has a 3-2 lead. The Celtics will look to wrap up the series Friday night in Cleveland.

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    • Shane Larkin BOS PG
      Celtics' Shane Larkin: Ruled out for Game 5
      1d ago

      Larkin (shoulder) is out for Wednesday's Game 5 against Cleveland.

      As expected, Larkin won't participate in Wednesday's tilt and remains doubtful to return during the series. That said, his next chance to take the floor will arrive Friday, when the team travels back to Cleveland for Game 6.

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    • Stephen Curry GS PG
      Warriors' Stephen Curry: Struggles with shot in Game 4 loss
      2d ago

      Curry managed 28 points (10-26 FG, 6-13 3Pt, 2-2 FT), six rebounds, two assists and two steals across 39 minutes during Golden State's 95-92 loss to the Rockets in Game 4 of their Western Conference Finals playoff series Tuesday.

      Curry was sharp from in distance, but he had trouble getting his shot to fall consistently overall, save for an impressive third quarter during which he scored 11 consecutive points and compiled 17 in total. The All-Star guard has now shot under 40.0 percent in two of the first four games of the series, although he's compiled his two best scoring totals in the last pair of contests. With the series now having reached a pivotal stage, Curry will look to up his efficiency in Thursday's critical Game 5.

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    • Chris Paul HOU PG
      Rockets' Chris Paul: Bounces back with gutsy Game 4 effort
      2d ago

      Paul collected 27 points (10-20 FG, 5-9 3Pt, 2-4 FT), four assists, two rebounds and one steal across 42 minutes during Houston's 95-92 win over the Warriors in Game 4 of their Western Conference Finals playoff series Tuesday.

      Paul continues to battle through foot soreness, making Tuesday's effort all the more admirable. The multi-time All-Star checked in second only to James Harden in scoring on the Rockets for the night on his way to his best point total since a decisive Game 5 of the semifinal round against the Jazz. Paul also enjoyed his best shooting night overall -- including from distance -- since that contest, a caliber of effort he'll look to replicate in Thursday's pivotal Game 5 back on his home floor.

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