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Lowe: The genius of Jamal and Jokic, and what the Lakers are doing about it
Nikola Jokic is the new Dirk and other thoughts on Lakers-Nuggets going to a huge Game 4.[read more]

The Nuggets-Lakers series is putting on for Flint, Michigan
Childhood friends Kyle Kuzma and Monte Morris are facing off for a trip to the Finals, while shining a light on a city that is still in crisis.[read more]

The biggest takeaways from Game 4 as Heat edge closer to an NBA Finals berth
The Miami Heat got a superstar performance from Tyler Herro and now find themselves on the doorstep of playing for a title.[read more]

Steph, Draymond will miss Warriors' minicamp
Steph Curry and Draymond Green won't attend the Warriors' minicamp because of excused absences tied to family, coach Steve Kerr said.[read more]

New Kings GM commits to Luke Walton as coach
New Sacramento Kings general manager Monte McNair said he is looking forward to working with coach Luke Walton to revive a franchise that has the longest current playoff drought in the NBA.[read more]

LeBron: Neighbors' walls got justice, not Breonna
Lakers and Nuggets players were frustrated by the Kentucky grand jury's decision to not prosecute any of the officers for the death of Breonna Taylor. LeBron James tweeted: "justice was met for her neighbors' apartment walls" but not for Taylor herself.[read more]

Athletes frustrated with Taylor grand jury news
A grand jury in Louisville announced that Officer Brett Hankison was charged with three counts of wanton endangerment in connection to the police raid on the night of March 13 that resulted in the death of Breonna Taylor.[read more]

Tatum after loss: 0 points in half 'unacceptable'
Jayson Tatum and the Celtics came out flat in the first half and got rolling too late Wednesday night, falling to the Heat 112-109 in Game 4 to go down 3-1 in the series.[read more]

Knicks get first look at new coach Thibodeau
The Knicks got their first look at their new coach, Tom Thibodeau, at the team's first workout Wednesday.[read more]

Sports world reacts to Breonna Taylor grand jury announcement
A Kentucky grand jury indicted Louisville police officer Brett Hankison on three counts of wanton endangerment in the first degree in the shooting case of Breonna Taylor. Athletes from all over the sports world took to social media to react.[read more]