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The incredible CP3, hobbled and heroic

Despite a left hamstring strain, Chris Paul scored 27 points and hit the winning basket with 1 second remaining as the Clippers eliminated the Spurs.

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ICYMI: Paul's series-ender against Spurs

Much was made before tip of what Game 7 could mean for Chris Paul's legacy. This shot with everything on the line was the only response CP3 needed as he ended the Spurs' season.

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Pop: Duncan, Manu will probably return

After losing Game 7 to the Clippers, Spurs coach Gregg Popovich was asked what he, Tim Duncan and Manu Ginobili would do next season. Said Pop: "It's all psycho babble. I have no clue. We'll probably come back. Paycheck is pretty good."

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Next round starts Sunday on ABC

There's no rest for the weary. The conference semis tip off Sunday with a doubleheader on ABC/WatchESPN:

  • Wizards at Hawks, 1 p.m. ET
  • Grizzlies at Warriors, 3:30 p.m. ET

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Ginobili on retirement: "Some days you feel proud & think you did great. Other games you think, ‘What the hell am I doing here? "

The shot that sent home a champion

Chris Paul banked a running 9-footer over the outstretched arm of Tim Duncan with 1 second on the clock, securing the Clippers' 2-point victory and ending San Antonio's hope of a repeat championship.

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Clippers' stars shine bright in Game 7

Blake Griffin had a triple-double, Chris Paul overcame an early injury to hit the game-winning basket and the Clippers beat the Spurs 111-109 in Game 7 to advance to the Western Conference semifinals against the Rockets.

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Let's hope the fight isn't "turrible"

Basketball Hall of Famer and TNT broadcaster Charles Barkley is among the famous names in the crowd at the MGM Grand Garden Arena for Mayweather-Pacquiao.

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