The Houston Rockets leveled the Western Conference finals against the Golden State Warriors on Tuesday night by a margin of 95-92. The win for the Rockets was ugly, but it leveled the series at 2-2 heading back to Houston. It was a close game down the stretch, and it looked like Golden State's last chance to get the win was going to come on a possession with 11 seconds to go following a missed James Harden jumper.
Nearly no team gets off the mat from a loss like Game 3
The Warriors lobbied the league on behalf of Draymond Green and lost. Draymond will not have his third technical of the playoffs rescinded, according to ESPN's Chris Haynes. With just under seven minutes remaining in the fourth quarter of Game 3, Draymond committed a hard foul on a driving Trevor
It's everyone's favorite parlor game around the NBA: Where will Kawhi Leonard play next season? Fans of 29 teams are posting their trade scenarios online, while GMs of 29 teams privately have tried to come up with offers that could tempt San Antonio. While the relationship between Leonard and the Spurs is frayed - and with the people close to Leonard and in his ear seemingly trying to push him out the door - the Spurs would rather keep one of the five best players in the NBA (when healthy) in-house.
SAN FRANCISCO (AP) - One thing is clear through three games of the power-packed Western Conference finals between a Golden State team that has won two of the past three championships and a Houston team that had a league-best 65 wins.