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PG delivers: 'Knew I had to be big' minus Kawhi
With Kawhi Leonard out, Paul George delivered a superstar performance with 37 points, 16 rebounds and five assists in leading the Clippers to a 119-111 win over the Jazz in a pivotal Game 5.[read more]

Without Kawhi Leonard, Paul George pledged to carry the Clippers through Game 5
On the morning of a pivotal Game 5, LA got bad news from one All-Star forward and a promise from another.[read more]

CP3 in NBA protocols, out indefinitely for Suns
Suns point guard Chris Paul has entered the NBA's health and safety protocols and is out indefinitely, jeopardizing the star's availability for the Western Conference finals.[read more]

Ball tops Edwards, Haliburton for NBA top rookie
Hornets guard LaMelo was announced as the NBA Rookie of the Year on Wednesday night, after a stellar debut season in Charlotte despite missing 21 games.[read more]

Longtime Mavs exec Nelson out after 24 seasons
Longtime Mavericks president of basketball operations and general manager Donnie Nelson is out after 24 seasons with the franchise, the team announced Wednesday.[read more]

Mitchell on ankle limiting him: 'Got to find a way'
Utah Jazz star Donovan Mitchell said the soreness in his right ankle has limited his explosiveness against the LA Clippers but that it's "something that I'm going to have to deal with."[read more]

LeBron: Predicted injuries after quick turnaround
As the competitive balance of the NBA playoffs has been compromised by a rash of injuries -- with player health affecting just about every second-round series -- Los Angeles Lakers star LeBron James says he saw this coming.[read more]

'There's no quit': Hawks win, rally from 26 down
Hawks guard Trae Young had 39 points to lead Atlanta in Wednesday's 109-106 win over Philadelphia. The Hawks were down by as many as 26 points.[read more]

How the Hawks flipped the script on the Sixers, again
The Sixers, up by 26 in the second half, squandered another massive lead to put their title hopes in jeopardy.[read more]

Kevin Durant reminded the world that he's capable of anything on the court
With injuries mounting and the Nets looking at a potential blowout, Kevin Durant delivered the game of his life.[read more]