Patrick Hayes is way to into Junior College basketball. He writes obsessively about small-time hoops in Michigan at BallinMichigan.com, tries to convince himself that Brandon Knight is totally the next Chauncey Billups on a regular basis for PistonPowered.com and also contributes to the Detroit Free Press and TheOnlyColors.com.
The Spurs and Warriors are both hoping their star point guards are healthy enough to play well Sunday.
Tony Parker and Stephen Curry enter Game 4 with questions after both were injured in Game 3 on Friday.
The Memphis Grizzlies have a 2-1 series lead despite not playing that well. Can the Thunder get even more from their star player to help regain control of the series?
Tony Allen's defense propelled the Grizzlies while Roy Hibbert led Indiana to Game 3 wins Saturday.
Tim Duncan missed practice for the Spurs with an illness, but is expected to play in Game 1 of the team's second round series vs. Golden State Monday.
The Knicks' perimeter defense pestered the Boston Celtics and forced a lot of turnovers in the first round. Can New York's D keep it up against Indiana?
Often an afterthought in the first round against the quicker Rockets, the Thunder need a big defensive performance from Kendrick Perkins against the big, physical and talented Memphis frontcourt.
Bulls forward Luol Deng is out of the hospital, but his status for the conference semifinals remains unclear.
Derrick Rose spoke to the media Saturday but offered little clarity about what he plans to do.
Brooklyn received a poor effort from one half of its star backcourt in the team's Game 7 loss to Chicago Friday.
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