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Kerr insists Curry is not injured

Warriors coach Steve Kerr says that while Stephen Curry "may not be quite where he needs to be," the 3-point maestro is not hurt.

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ESPN College Basketball @espncbb

IMaryland guard Melo Trimble, considered a lock to leave the program before struggling in the second half last season, announced Wednesday night that he will return to College Park for his junior campaign after testing the NBA draft waters. 📷:GettyImages

Michael Wallace ESPN Staff Writer 

As Heat assistant Dave Fizdale and the Grizzlies move closer to formalizing a deal for him to become their next coach, it's the latest step in a long line of transactions between the teams. Memphis GM Chris Wallace once worked in Miami's front office, and the teams also partnered on two trades last season (Mario Chalmers, Chris Andersen) that ultimately allowed the Heat to avoid paying a luxury tax bill.

LeBron powers home a Lovely pass

The combination of a Kevin Love outlet pass and a LeBron James dunk is a pleasant sight.

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John Buccigross @Buccigross

There's been eight games decided by 30 or more points this postseason, the most such games in a single postseason in NBA history

John Buccigross @Buccigross

Highest Average Margin of Victory Single Postseason in NBA History PPG Diff 2016 +14.3 1959 +13.1 1964 +12.9

Jeff Goodman @GoodmanESPN

Valparaiso's Alec Peters is the last guy not to make an announcement. Sources told ESPN he has withdrawn from the NBA Draft.

Greeny: Curry's not injured, but he's hurt

Mike Greenberg explains that Stephen Curry being "hurt" is a valid reason why he's not playing up to expectations: "Sometimes it's not an excuse, it's a reason."

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Kyle Lowry takes time for Cavs fans

Hours after getting obliterated by the Cavs, the Raptors PG made the nice gesture of taking a few selfies with Cavs fans.

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