Tony Parker scored 28 points and threw a beautiful lob to Kawhi Leonard for an alley, as the Spurs took a 2-0 lead over the Lakers.
The Houston Rockets were down 15 in the fourth quarter but went on a 21-4 run to take the lead. It wasn't enough to withstand the Thunder response or some bad luck. Jeremy Lin also left the game early with a chest injury. He is questionable for game three. Kevin Durant did this:
Brandon Jennings is sticking with his "'Bucks in six" prediction. Guess he doesn't have much choice.
Tennessee WR Cordarrelle Patterson is looking forward to proving doubters wrong at the NFL draft. He's not one of Lane Kiffin's recruits. In fact, very few of Kiffin's highly-touted recruits are anywhere near the NFL draft.
Would Geno Smith make a good fit with the Philadelphia Eagles?
Here are two UGA linebackers to know heading into the NFL draft.
Dee Milliner thinks the New York Jets have their eyes on him.
Les Miles still hates cross-divisional rivals in the SEC. LSU's is Florida. So.
Is Jay-Z interested in signing an NHL draft prospect?
Mandatory Gerald Green dunk appearance.
High-schooler Easton Bazzoli shattered a backboard this weekend.
Snoop and Big KRIT stop by RapFix and kick a freestyle. KRIT got a little worried about not being able to curse. Snoop is really freestyling, though.
Earl Sweatshirt's mom hates Tyler, the Creator.
Ab-Soul kills another track, with assistance from Mac Miller, who also produced the beat under his alias, Larry Fisherman.
DID YOU REALIZE?
Seventeen Pakistani health workers are being accused of leading the CIA to Osama Bin Laden and have all been fired, denounced as traitors to the national interest.
The man originally accused of mailing the poisonous substance ricin to the President thought the Feds were saying "rice."
Rhode Island approves gay marriage.
In October, there will be a new $100 bill for Floyd Mayweather to burn in a club.
Count down Jon Stewart's 11 greatest CNN rants.
Your QWERTY keyboard may soon be out of style.
Meet the newest candidate for NYC Mayor.
EVERYTHING I AM
When Dwyane Wade was playing ball at Marquette, his team used to practice against the Milwaukee Bucks. Apparently, Wade beat Michael Redd so badly, the entire gym went silent. He also learned from Ray Allen and said it was highly influential on his Hall of Fame career.
GOTTA HAVE IT
New Miguel…get it while it's hot.