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April 2, 2014

Curry's game-winner lifts Warriors over Mavs, 122-120

CSN Bay Area "It looked like a playoff game, felt like a playoff game and 48 minutes were not enough for the Warriors and Mavericks on Tuesday night. Stephen Curry's 3-pointer with .01 left in overtime gave the Warriors a 122-120 victory over the Mavericks at American Airlines Center in Dallas. The..." April 02

  • Lillard, Aldridge play big in Blazers 124-112 win over Lakers

    CSN Northwest "The Portland Trail Blazers win the season series 2-1 against the Los Angeles Lakers after an 124-112 win at Staples Center on Tuesday night. Portland (49-27) has now won four straight games. Damian Lillard had a bounce in his step, attempting to smash everything once he stepped foot in the..." April 02

  • Nets clinch playoffs with 105-96 defeat of Rockets

    New York Post "Back during the dark days of November and December, there were plenty of people who wondered whether the Nets would ever be able to turn things around this season — including some of the Nets themselves. But three months after their season appeared to be spiraling toward disaster, the Nets..." April 02

  • Pro Basketball Talk "That is a clear flop — and one that got the call, which is why guys do this. It was a close game, there were three minutes left and the Pistons were up four, when Brandon Jennings had missed a floater and the Bucks’ Jeff Adrien grabbed the board and came down, Jennings was close to him, got..." April 01

  • Lost, wounded Pacers might never get back up

    USA Today "This isn't a slump. A slump is a blip on the continuum, a momentary lapse, something that can be fixed with a tweak here or a correction there. A slump lasts two, three weeks, at least for an elite NBA team – or one that fancies itself as elite. No, what the Indiana Pacers have going right now..." April 01

  • Cavs maneuver for future deals

    ESPN.com "The Cleveland Cavaliers are trying to put themselves in position to make a major trade around June's NBA draft, sources told ESPN.com. To help facilitate it, the team made an unorthodox but strategic move Monday by signing point guard Scotty Hopson to a two-year, $3.8 million contract. Hopson..." April 01

  • Raptors’ Kyle Lowry Leaves Game with Injury

    Toronto Sun "In a season that has been a blessing in terms of dealing with injuries, Monday’s game with the Heat may go down as the one that finally got the Raptors. Kyle Lowry, the one player the Raptors cannot do without, left the game in the third quarter with a sore left knee. Lowry and LeBron James..." April 01

  • Rudy Gay sorting through options about next season

    NBA.com "He says he has not made a decision on the $19.3 million on the table or whether he wants to remain with the Kings at any price. He has so not made a decision, Rudy Gay insists, that he is asked to list a couple factors that will go into the final call and responds, “I don’t know.” It is long..." April 01

  • Spatting George Hill and Lance Stephenson separated by teammates during loss to Spurs

    Pro Basketball Talk "Think tensions are high in Indiana? The Pacers have lost five of six and 10 of 16. They’ve even dropped three straight, each by at least 13 points. Suddenly, they trail the Heat in the standings Every little problem between teammates, the type of issues that usually get swept under the rug..." April 01

  • Spurs' 18-game streak among longest, most dominant in NBA history

    San Antonio Express-News "So curmudgeonly is Spurs coach Gregg Popovich that his players wonder if he’s bothered by the fact his team can’t seem to do anything lately but win. “I think he’ll be happy if we lose anytime soon,” Tony Parker joked after Monday’s 103-77 conquest of Indiana. Eager for test, he challenged..." April 01

  • Shaun Livingston non-committal about future

    The Brooklyn Game "Nets general manager Billy King noted recently that retaining starting guard Shaun Livingston was his top offseason priority, after the 28-year-old guard on a one-year minimum contract emerged as a key part of Jason Kidd's hybrid starting lineups. But Livingston's just trying to focus on..." April 01

  • Seth Curry To Sign With Santa Cruz

    Hoops Rumors "Seth Curry is going to sign with the Santa Cruz Warriors of the NBA D-League, Gino Pilato of D-League Digest is reporting (Twitter link). This will be his second stint with the team this season. This comes on the heels of the Cavaliers declining to sign Curry to a second 10-day contract. Curry..." April 01

  • Kings announce first-ever co-branded, nickname jersey sponsorship

    NBA.com "In the team’s continued effort to create unique and innovative partnerships, the Sacramento Kings and Pizza Guys, in conjunction with Isaiah Thomas, are excited to reveal that the team’s point guard will debut the League’s first-ever co-branded, nickname jersey this Sunday, as the Kings host the..." April 01

  • Nelson: Dalembert will be back in Dallas next season

    ESPN.com "As far as president of basketball operations Donnie Nelson is concerned, the Mavericks don’t have to make a decision about Samuel Dalembert’s partially guaranteed contract this summer. That decision has already been made. The Mavs signed Dalembert to a two-year deal this summer, but only..." April 01

  • Glen Davis talks to media about Rockets game

    NBA.com "Glen “Big Baby” Davis is known for playing with a good deal of emotion. Sometimes, according to Davis, that can be a good thing and other times it’s not. On Saturday, when the veteran forward was sent to the locker room by Head Coach Doc Rivers for disciplinary reasons during the second quarter..." April 01

  • Pacers aren't slumping, they're collapsing

    Indianapolis Star "This isn't a slump. A slump is a blip on the continuum, a momentary lapse, something that can be fixed with a tweak here or a correction there. A slump lasts two, three weeks, at least for an elite NBA team – or one that fancies itself as elite. No, what the Pacers have going right now is a..." April 01

  • Heat down Raptors 93-83, move into first place in East

    Fort Lauderdale Sun-Sentinel "The maintenance programs? The midseason malaise? The two losses to the Indiana Pacers? Mere bumps on the road to Monday night. The Miami Heat are in sole possession of first place in the NBA East for the first time this season. The No. 1 seed in the conference is now theirs to lose. With..." April 01

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