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Lowe: How Harden and the Rockets keep hunting Steph Curry

What will decide Rockets-Warriors? Steph Curry's defense and the Warriors finding their mojo on offense are two big things to watch.

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Green: Warriors 'at our best' when threatened

Ahead of Sunday's Game 3 in the Western Conference finals, Warriors forward Draymond Green said, "I think we're at our best when we feel threatened," adding that in Game 2 "we didn't feel as threatened, and the sense of urgency wasn't there."

CP3: We have a special team

Chris Paul sits down with Michael Wilbon to discuss joining the Rockets, playing with James Harden and the challenge of winning an NBA title.

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Harden: 'It's us against the world'

James Harden says the Rockets' focus is at an all-time high going in as underdogs for Game 3 against the Warriors.

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KD says Draymond's mom is like 'the team mom'

Kevin Durant shows love to Draymond Green's mother, but says he won't change after she tweeted about too many isolation plays in Game 2.

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Kerr explains Dubs' lack of focus in Game 2

Steve Kerr calls it "human nature to let your guard down a little bit," but says that manifesting with the Warriors through turnovers is an issue.

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Curry says knee feels 'great', remains confident

After struggling from deep early in the WCF, Steph Curry says he'll never lose confidence in himself and 'that'll never change."

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Durant says Steph is the 'best shooter to ever play'

When asked about Steph Curry's recent struggles, Kevin Durant expresses confidence in the two-time MVP, asking "what are we even worried about?"

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How It's Going Down: Curry needs to up the ante

With the help of Second Spectrum, we take a look at how the Rockets are limiting Steph Curry's efficiency, especially from 3-point land.

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Tucker and Gordon are X-factors for Rockets

Byron Scott says if PJ Tucker and Eric Gordon can play how they did in Game 2, then Houston has a great chance to win Game 3 against Golden State.

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LIVE Transfer Talk: Atletico plan shock move for Vardy

Jamie Vardy's exploits in the Premier League have not gone unnoticed, with Europa champions Atletico circling. Follow Transfer Talk LIVE.

Would these Premier League clubs sign Buffon?

The 40-year-old is still an incredible goalkeeper, but is he too old to make an impact in England? We asked our correspondents.

Morata to Juventus a 'very realistic prospect'

ESPN FC's Paolo Bandini doesn't think Juventus will overpay for Alvaro Morata, however if the price is right Juventus would be very interested.

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Rookie Wise, Leishman share Byron Nelson lead

Aaron Wise pulls into a tie with Marc Leishman atop the AT&T Byron Nelson leaderboard.

Cavs finally unlocked, match LeBron's intensity to claim Game 3

In a make-or-miss postseason, Cleveland's shots finally went down, as LeBron James notched 12 assists and the Cavs went 17-of-34 from the 3-point line to claim their first win of the Eastern Conference finals.

Cavs say tough 'D' against Horford key in win

The Cavs credited their tough defense against Al Horford and the Celtics as one of the keys in their Game 3 win Saturday.

Rozier: 'We needed to get our butts whooped'

After a 116-86 drubbing at the hands of the Cavaliers trimmed the Celtics' series lead to 2-1, guard Terry Rozier said he believes his team got a much-needed wake-up call. "We needed to get our butts whooped," Rozier said.

Cavs bounce back with resounding victory

Led by LeBron James' 27 points and 12 assists, the Cavaliers control the game wire-to-wire for a 30-point win in Game 3.

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Smith invades Thompson's interview

Tristan Thompson explains what went right for the Cavaliers in Game 3 before JR Smith startles him during his response.

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LeBron attributes win to defensive energy

LeBron James talks about his responsibility for the Cavs and the defensive presence that wasn't there in the first two games of the series.

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Cavs get 3s to fall in Game 3

JR Smith and Kyle Korver were on fire from 3-point land, taking some offensive pressure off of LeBron James against the Celtics.

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Celtics' postseason road issues continue

Following a Game 3 blowout in Cleveland, the Celtics fall to 1-5 on the road this postseason and are left facing questions in their title quest.

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LeBron tosses left-handed gem while falling

LeBron James draws a double team and manages to thread a beautiful lefty feed to Tristan Thompson who dunks it down.

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Love jokes about his pass to LeBron

Kevin Love says his bounce pass to LeBron James won't be a career highlight for The King but maybe for himself.

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LeBron brings the energy in Game 3

LeBron James scores 27 points, but gets his teammates involved and plays stifling defense in the Cavaliers' Game 3 win.

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LeBron on difficult passes: 'Don't try it at home'

LeBron James details his top passes from Game 3 and says he thinks his "passing is right up there with every other aspect" of his game.

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LeBron takes flight off Love's great pass

LeBron James cuts to the rim and Kevin Love sends him the ball, then James throws down a windmill dunk with authority.

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Stephen A.: Cavs showed more urgency in Game 3

Stephen A. Smith is impressed by the Cavaliers' defense and believes the Celtics showed their youth in the big loss.

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Stevens praises LeBron's passing ability

Brad Stevens acknowledges LeBron James' stellar passing and says the Celtics have to do a better job with defensive help and coverages.

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Cavs dominate Celtics in Game 3

All five Cavalier starters score in double digits, with LeBron James dropping 27 points and 12 assists to win 116-86.

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Stevens: Celtics 'clearly not' harder playing team in Game 3

Brad Stevens credits the Cavs for their defensive intensity in Game 3 of the Eastern Conference finals.

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Burke: Celtics overwhelmed by Cavs' force

Doris Burke tells Scott Van Pelt that the Cavaliers' offense is "sustainable" when more than just LeBron James is putting up points.

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Courtois wants Conte saga settled, big spend

Thibaut Courtois may not know where his or manager Antonio Conte's future lies, but the goalkeeper is sure Chelsea need to spend big to compete.

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Why is Conte headed for exit but Mourinho not?

Mark Ogden: One is disliked but secure, the other has won trophies but is heading for the exit. Saturday's FA Cup final showed the irony of Mourinho and Conte's respective positions.

Scholes slams United and Sanchez after defeat

Ex-Manchester United star Paul Scholes has laid into Alexis Sanchez following the FA Cup final, claiming his performances "can't get any worse."

Chelsea 1-0 Man United: Blues win the FA Cup

Chelsea edge Man United and win the FA Cup for the eighth time, courtesy of Eden Hazard's first-half penalty on his 300th appearance.

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Man United's Herrera: The better team doesn't always win

Ander Herrera maintains that Man United were "the better team by far" in the FA Cup final, and feels the club is still headed in the right direction.

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Conte: I can't change, I'm a serial winner

Antonio Conte declares himself a "serial winner" after Chelsea's FA Cup win, and fires a message to the club's hierarchy regarding his future.

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Mourinho: I prefer to lose with positive feelings

Jose Mourinho admits he's sad to finish the season without silverware, but feels his team were the best team in the FA Cup.

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Chelsea raise eighth FA Cup in club history

Club captain Gary Cahill and the rest of the Chelsea squad celebrate the Blues' eighth FA Cup title, which ties Tottenham for third-most all-time.

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Nadal wins eighth Rome crown in thrilling final

Rafael Nadal will head Roland Garros as the new world No. 1 after he claimed a record-extending eighth Italian Open title.

Svitolina retains Italian Open title

Elina Svitolina successfully defended her Italian Open title after beating the world number one Simona Halep in straight sets 6-0, 6-4 in Rome.

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