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With 21 combined games in the 2013 playoff data bag between the San Antonio Spurs and Memphis Grizzlies, it's now time to look at what the data is saying as the Western Conference Finals approach Sunday.
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The biggest criticism of Paul George during his time at Fresno State was that he seemed to coast at times.
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So when I asked Stephen Curry on Friday if this franchise has the players to win a championship soon, he didn't need to offer any bit of massaged truth.
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Players who aren't household names and spent the entire regular season shaded behind their teams' superstar are able to make a big enough impact on a big enough stage to really get noticed.
The Houston Rockets have the payroll flexibility to make big moves this offseason, but there are certain moves that should be made and others that should most definitely be avoided.
With the expiration of many high-paying contracts, the Atlanta Hawks will have plenty of cap space to pursue a solid free-agent market in the 2013 offseason.
Every NBA playoff star strives to play efficient basketball, but only a few can actually manage to turn that dream into a reality.
Even though the disappointment of the Golden State Warriors ' playoff elimination was still fresh, Stephen Curry stepped to the podium after Game 6 and confidently asserted that he and his team could be even better in the 2013-14 season.
So with the NBA Season wrapping up and the playoffs in full swing I thought I might take a look at this year incoming class of rookies.
Jalen Burnson: "I consider myself an exceptional shooter. I still have to work at it." Over the first six weeks of the AAU season one of the hottest names on the circuit has been Jalen Brunson, a point guard from Des Plaines Stevenson.
Warriors guard Jarrett Jack was on the verge of tears as he stood at his locker.
They played hard enough and endured more than enough to earn glory, but still they fell short in Game 6. The Warriors lost 94-82 to San Antonio on Thursday and lost this second-round series, in the process spilling everything they had, wildly and willingly.
Even at the end, when all that remained was the unwelcome final score, the sweet sounds of support soared from floor level to the upper reaches of Oracle Arena.
Let's get the "Arghh" out of the way first. The national narrative of the series will likely go that the Spurs ' savvy veteran experience won the day - that it wasn't quite our kids' time - but I can't shake the nagging feeling that the series was right there for the taking.
Albuquerque police say a mother who saw her 5-year-old being abducted chased the suspect down and crashed her vehicle into his car, triggering a manhunt.
A good hang, if you will. Those willing to look past Daryl Morey and focus on the product that he put on the floor were treated to very exciting basketball.