The Wizards pulled out a big home win in a pivotal Game 5, but neither team has created meaningful separation on the court.
The Jazz are one win away from advancing to the conference semifinals, and it's looking increasingly difficult for the depleted Clippers to stop it.
The Houston Rockets dispatched the Oklahoma City Thunder to end a series that resembled a referendum on Russell Westbrook's entire season.
Joe Johnson dominated crunch time, and the Jazz suddenly look to be the ascendant team in a series locked up at 2-2.
Russell Westbrook really didn't want to hear that his teammates aren't offering enough when he's on the bench.
The Warriors erased a 16-point third quarter deficit in a matter of minutes and can advance to the next round in Monday's Game 4.
The first truly great game of the playoffs featured an extra period, a last-minute winner, two incredible star performances, and the setup for a pivotal Game 5.
Steve Kerr will sit out Game 3 of the Golden State Warriors' first-round series against the Portland Trail Blazers due to an illness.
Mike Conley and the Grizzlies got back in the series on Thursday. Memphis Grizzlies head coach David Fizdale grabbed the NBA world’s attention on Monday night when he responded to his team’s 96-82 Game 2 loss to the San Antonio Spurs with an instant-classic rant directed towards the officials. Comedy
The Warriors didn't miss Kevin Durant in a Game 2 blowout. Will they need him at any point in this series?
Russell Westbrook put up the first 50-point triple-double in the history of the NBA playoffs, but his 4-of-18 fourth quarter was the big story as the Rockets took a 2-0 lead.
The Memphis Grizzlies head coach responded to the Spurs' free-throw advantage with some amazing post-game comments.
Kawhi Leonard put up his second playoff career high in as many games and has the Spurs in firm control of their first-round series.
The Cavaliers entered the postseason as favorites to win the East, but they're going to have to play much better than they did in the opener to reach the NBA Finals for the third season in a row.
Washington comes in as the favorite but will need big performances from star guards John Wall and Bradley Beal. Can Atlanta stay consistent enough to pull off the upset?
The Warriors enter the postseason as title favorites. The Blazers will try to challenge them like they did last spring. Will this series be long or short?
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