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It's not the way the Chicago Bulls mapped it out at the start of the season. But here they are, holding the fourth seed and hosting John Wall and the Washington Wizards in Game 1 of their first-round series Sunday after going 48-34.
Lose a franchise player, trade away another star. Snag home-court advantage for at least one round in the playoffs?
Luol Deng has never once forgotten home.
The Raptors aren't officially in the NBA playoffs. They don't look ready for them, either.
What was supposed to be the triumphant return of Eric Bledsoe for Phoenix instead was an ugly home loss to the Cleveland Cavaliers.
If the Wizards can win their third game in a row they'll be at .500 again, even the season series with the Cavaliers and get back on track to close the regular season strong.
A terrible third quarter in Toronto brought Cleveland's season-long winning streak to a sudden halt.
A season that looked like a lost cause two weeks ago has suddenly turned around for the Cleveland Cavaliers.
Interim general manager David Griffin said before the Cavaliers' game Sunday night that he'd like to see a few more smiles from his team.