SH Blog: Westbrook timetable a mystery; Metta, J.R. Smith to miss Game 4s; Jennings done as a Buck?

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Image.logomanApart from the 1 vs. 8 and 2 vs. 7 series, the first round of the NBA playoffs has been incredibly competitive, just as much so as anyone could have reasonably hoped.

The Clippers and Grizzlies are showing everyone how good they are – and how unfair it is that one will lose this series. The Warriors and Nuggets are playing must-see basketball. And just today, Chicago and Brooklyn went to three overtimes. 

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Knicks vs. Celtics Preview: Five Key Factors

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knicks small logoceltics small logoLast season, the creaky Boston Celtics entered the Eastern Conference playoffs as the fourth seed, having gone 39-27 over the NBA’s lockout truncated season. They ended up just three games better than the 36-30 New York Knicks, who ended up the conference’s seventh seed.

Hubbard: Can Dirk The Franchise Lure Talent to Dallas?

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Dirk NowitzkiThe myth died for good only two years ago, but it seems more distant than that because it was so silly. It’s unlikely that it will return, but then again, people are still looking for Big Foot, the Loch Ness Monster, mermaids and flying saucers.

So who knows? Maybe at some point, some basketball idiot will call Dirk Nowitzki “soft” again.

That person would indeed have to be an idiot. But then, that was always true. Those who preached such nonsense – individuals such as Chris Webber, who, by the way, has undergone a spectacular conversion to Dirk devotee – had an unseemly agenda when attempting to label the 7-foot German “soft.”

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Pablo Prigioni: The Knicks and NBA’s Best Kept Secret

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Prigioni featured image36-year-old rookie? Seasoned novice? Veteran newcomer?

Pablo Prigioni is the personification of the word “oxymoron.”

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SH Blog: Danilo Gallinari may have torn ACL, Griffin and Jordan tired of CP’s voice

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The Denver Nuggets were supposed to prove this season that a superstar is not needed to find great team success in the postseason. They were supposed to do it with chemistry and depth, but both of those things may have taken a huge hit on Thursday, when Danilo Gallinari suffered what appeared to be a devastating knee injury while driving to the basket against the Dallas Mavericks:

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