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#NBAFrontOffice: Thunder's next steps

ESPN.com's NBA Front Office convenes to discuss the firing of Scott Brooks by the Oklahoma City Thunder. What is the way forward for OKC, and what type of replacement should they target?

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Norman Chad @NormanChad

Tim Duncan first player in NBA to play 9,000 minutes of playoff basketball. He honestly believes he has not committed a foul in that time.

Kevin Pelton @kpelton

Long stretch coming of the Clippers trying to defend Kawhi without Matt Barnes. Uh oh.

Duncan breaks through on free throws

Tim Duncan hadn't knocked down a single shot from the free-throw line since Game 1 against the Clippers, going 0-of-1 in Game 2 and 0-of-2 in Game 3. The drought ended early in the third quarter, and Duncan is now 2-of-6 on free throws in Game 4. But the Clippers have the lead. Watch live

Kevin Love: 'Not a basketball play'
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The Cavs' star on Kelly Olynyk's foul that resulted in his shoulder injury: "I thought it was a bush-league play. ... I have no doubt in my mind that he did it on purpose."

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The King's playoff reign continues
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James fell short of both 30 points and a triple-double in Game 4, but he still extended one of his own postseason records. And whether the Bulls or Bucks face LeBron next round, history looms.

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Love hurt, Cavs sweep C's in chippy Gm. 4
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The Cavs won the series in Boston but lost Kevin Love to a dislocated shoulder in a heated Game 4. LeBron James and Kyrie Irving combined for 51 points to advance Cleveland to the next round.

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Skip Bayless @RealSkipBayless

Danny Green again has zero points. That has to change. But again, the X Factor is "too little" Patty Mills, who will play big.

Bad news for Conley, Grizzlies
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Mike Conley will return to Memphis to have the facial injury he suffered in Game 3 reevaluated, the team announced Sunday. Conley has been ruled out of Game 4 in Portland on Monday.

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Dave McMenamin @mcten

Kendrick Perkins: "I didn't go in with the intention of sending no type of message. I was just playing my game"

Michael Wallace @WallaceNBA_ESPN

Grizzlies announced Mike Conley is headed back to Memphis to be reevaluated for facial injury suffered in Game3. Means he's out for Game4

Clippers filling up the box score
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It's simple for L.A.: Get a win in Game 4, and the Clippers reclaim home-court advantage. They're halfway there, leading the Spurs 51-47 thanks to 12 points from Chris Paul and J.J. Redick, and 11 boards for DeAndre Jordan. Box score

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Bruce Bowen: J.R. has to answer for this
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"[Crowder] went down like Floyd Mayweather hit him, and that's scary in any sport. So it's not just the fact that it's a little chippiness, now we're resulting to these types of things, and it's not something that this game is about. It's unacceptable."

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Crawford floats a lob to Jordan
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The floater in the lane is one of the most important shots in the NBA, but when DeAndre Jordan is down low, you're always better off throwing a lob. Good decision, Jamal Crawford.

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Dave McMenamin @mcten

CLE really doesn't have a timeline for KLove's return yet. A lot of it depends on how shoulder responds tomorrow after being popped back in

Clippers find 2-point touch

The Clippers are currently shooting 17-of-27 on 2-pointers (63.0%). They shot 37.1% on 2-pointers in Game 3's loss. L.A. holds a 41-40 lead with 3:39 left in the first half. Watch live

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Arash Markazi @ArashMarkazi

Doc & Clippers are going after the refs (what's new?). General line is: "We know they're the champs, we know he's Tim Duncan but c'mon now."

Paul playing with the series lead

Chris Paul is just 3-4 in playoff series in which his team takes a series lead at any point. He would drop to 3-5 if the Clippers are eliminated after taking a 1-0 lead against the Spurs in L.A.