Links: James and Wade pull Heat even with Pacers while Spurs complete sweep of Clippers

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One day after links with zero Wizards coverage, we don't have much more. But sill plenty o' playoff action to get to:

  • The Clippers are confident they can hang on to Blake Griffin and Chris Paul. They'd better. [ESPN Los Angeles]
  • After a 2011-2012 season in which Nick Young proved to be the same one-dimensional player he's been the past few years, Frank Hanrahan doubts the former Wizard will get the contract he desires this offseason. [CSN Washington]
  • A recap of a crazy weekend at Staples Center. [ESPN]
  • After last night's performances from James and Wade, John Keim wonders whether the Heat are back in the driver's seat. [Washington Examiner]
  • I'm no basketball historian, but I have to believe that LeBron's 40 point, 18 rebound, nine assist game ranks as one of the best statistical performances in NBA playoff history. [Yahoo! Sports]
  • James and Wade get all of the attention in Miami, but no duo is playing better these playoffs than Kevin Durant and Russell Westbrook.
  • After sinking the game-winning basket in three of the Thunder's seven victories this postseason, Durant is establishing himself as one of the league's best closers. [Washington Post]
  • Jason Reid writes that despite playing in the NBA's smallest market, the Thunder has been assembled to dominate for many years to come.
  • Looks like the Warriors are headed across the Bay Bridge for San Francisco. [SB Nation, San Jose Mercury News]
  • Bob Boozer, who won a gold medal with the 1960 U.S. men's basketball Olympic team and an NBA title with Milwaukee in 1971, died Saturday at a hospital in his native Omaha, Okla. [SB Nation, AP]
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