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Ethan Sherwood Strauss ESPN Staff Writer 

Kerr was asked if Draymond's the best all around player. He said, "Well all around I think is another phrase for 2-way. I say 2-way. I think Klay has to be considered part of that group. I think Kawhi Leonard obviously is part of that group. LeBron James, there's some obvious ones that you think of immediately. Draymond has not been mentioned in that conversation that often, but he should be. He absolutely should be when you think about what he does for us at both ends. He literally guards 1 through 5. Nobody in the league does that, and then on offense, the way he's turned the corner the last couple weeks with his decision making, he's no longer having those 5 turnover nights. He's zero to 2 turnovers night after night. He's giving us 15 to 20 points. He's getting triple doubles or near triple doubles. So ya, he's on that list. Whatever is your personal list, he's on that list."

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Despite a report LeBron will star in Space Jam 2, no deal is in place sources say. Maybe at some point but not as of yet.

What are Karl's regrets from Kings?

George Karl thinks his comment saying he believes no NBA player is untradeable ultimately hurt his relationship with DeMarcus Cousins.

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Le Batard: Bosh situation 'super unusual'

Dan Le Batard says Chris Bosh and the Miami Heat are "at a crossroads that promises to get a little messier."

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Waters: Kevin Durant is the next NBA Villain

Comedian Reese Waters thinks Durant should embrace the role of the NBA's most popular antihero.

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Stephen A.: If KD leaves, should go to Heat

Stephen A. Smith believes that if Kevin Durant leaves Oklahoma City and signs with the Heat, then Miami would be a lock to win the Eastern Conference.

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Ethan Sherwood Strauss ESPN Staff Writer 

Kerr on Curry in Game 2: "He's not playing tomorrow." Kerr jokes he's listed as doubtful to give media something to chew on

Ohm Youngmisuk ESPN Staff Writer 

Kyle Korver says he doesn't hold a grudge against Matthew Dellavedova, who ended Korver's year in Game 2 of the Eastern Conference Finals last postseason when the Cavs point guard dove for a loose ball and rolled into Korver's ankle. Korver underwent surgery to repair the ankle last offseason. "You can't acknowledge it or it is a thing," Korver said when asked how to guard against reacting if things get chippy with Dellavedova this series. "You just play. I don't think there is any kind of ill will."

No need for Curry to rush back

Brendan Haywood says there's a strong chance the Warriors can beat the Trail Blazers without Stephen Curry, but they can't beat the Thunder or the Spurs without him.

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Curry: 'Pretty good' chance of playing Game 3

However, Steph Curry did add that his knee is "still painful."

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Dirk Nowitzki decides to opt out of the final season of his contract but says he has no intention of leaving the Mavericks.

Arash Markazi ESPN Senior Writer 

Doc Rivers: "The window is always closing. The window is never always opening. I don't think our window is closed though but the window is always closing on every team. I think we'll know when it's closed but it hasn't closed yet."

Ethan Sherwood Strauss ESPN Staff Writer 

Kerr says Curry didn't practice today, will shoot around later

Who is the MVP of the playoffs so far?

While the biggest storylines of this NBA postseason have been about injuries, top players are turning in high-level performances. Contenders (Insider)

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