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  1. The Warriors are back in dynasty mode -- because they never left it

    The West playoffs have been stocked full of superstars and teams staking their claim on the NBA's future, but the league's most recent dynasty is far from over.
  2. Luka Doncic and the Dallas Mavericks are dealing with growing pains

    The 23-year-old accepted accountability for the loss that puts Dallas in jeopardy of being swept by Golden State.
  3. Wiggins' huge dunk, effort spark Dubs to 3-0 lead

    Andrew Wiggins' electrifying dunk over Luka Doncic -- not to mention his defense on the Mavs superstar -- sparked a 109-100 win by the Warriors in Sunday's Game 3 and helped put them on the verge of the NBA Finals.
  4. Sources: U-M's Howard declines Lakers' interest

    Former NBA assistant and current Michigan coach Juwan Howard declined an overture made by the Lakers to be a candidate for the team's coaching job, sources told ESPN's Adrian Wojnarowski.
  5. Porter exits with foot soreness; X-rays negative

    Warriors forward Otto Porter Jr. departed Sunday night's Game 3 with left foot soreness after going up for a layup. X-rays were negative and the team said it should know more in the next 24 hours.
  6. NBA docks Mavs $100K for third bench violation

    The NBA on Sunday fined the Mavericks $100,000 for "continuing to violate league rules regarding team bench decorum."
  7. Mavs' Bullock named Social Justice Champion

    Reggie Bullock, who has been an avid advocate for the LGBTQ+ community, was named the NBA's 2021-22 Kareem Abdul-Jabbar Social Justice Champion on Sunday.
  8. Trailing 2-1, Udoka's Celtics staying 'level-headed'

    Trailing 2-1 in their second-round series against the Miami Heat, coach Ime Udoka and the Boston Celtics spent Sunday looking at ways to "combat some of their aggressiveness" after being outmuscled in Saturday's Game 3 loss at TD Garden.
  9. What to watch, what to bet this weekend: From NBA and NHL to the PGA Championship and the French Open

    It's a big sports weekend with the NBA, the NHL and MLB all in action, plus the Preakness, UFC Fight Night, the PGA Championship, the English Premier League finale and the first round of the French Open all available for your viewing and betting pleasure.