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San Antonio Spurs head coach Gregg Popovich and key players Kawhi Leonard and Tony Parker all played down their comprehensive 103-74 win over the Cleveland Cavaliers.
Marc Stein looks back at the week that was for the powers in the NBA and the concerns he has for the Cavaliers come playoff time.
The Spurs rolled over Cleveland, a 'Bama hoops commit wows the crowd and Kyrie burns the midnight oil.
The Cavaliers lost more than just a game in San Antonio on Monday night. They lost the top spot in the East, leaving them in a whirlwind of emotions.
After the Cavaliers' lowest-scoring performance of the season with 74 points against the Spurs, Kyrie Irving stays on the court for additional practice.
The Cavaliers insist it's far more important to play better than worry about playoff seeding, as they've gone just 7-10 since Feb. 25.
Tim Legler breaks down the Cavaliers' loss to the Spurs and looks specifically at a couple of defensive plays where Cleveland struggled.
Cavaliers coach Tyronn Lue knows that a lot of his players are "worn down" and it has crossed his mind to have some of them sit ahead of the playoffs.
After leaving Monday's game early with injury, LeBron James says he'll be ready to go for Thursday and show leadership as the Cavaliers continue their slide with a loss to the Spurs.
Cleveland is ice cold from 3-point range, going 4-for-26 while Kawhi Leonard scores 25 points in San Antonio's 103-74 victory. LeBron James leaves in the second half after taking an elbow to the back from David Lee.
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