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Andre Iguodala (bruised leg) out for Game 4 05-22-2018
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Andre Iguodala (bruised leg) has been officially ruled out for Game 4.

Mark Medina on Twitter
Shane Larkin (shoulder) doubtful for Game 5 05-22-2018
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Shane Larkin (shoulder) is being listed as doubtful for Wednesday's Game 5 against the Cavs.

Brian Robb on Twitter
While it's unlikely that he'll play on Wednesday, Brad Stevens did say there's a chance he could return at some point during the Eastern Conference Finals. Terry Rozier, Marcus Smart and Semi Ojeleye will continue to split Larkin's minutes in his absence.
Andre Iguodala upgraded to questionable 05-22-2018
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Andre Iguodala (sore knee) has been upgraded to questionable for Tuesday's Game 4 vs. Houston.

Connor Letourneau‏ on Twitter
An X-ray and MRI confirmed that Iguodala is not dealing with any structural damage in his sore left knee, so his ability to play will likely be a matter of pain tolerance. If Iguodala is forced to the sidelines tonight, Kevon Looney would likely replace him in the starting five and there would be more minutes available for Nick Young. Check back for another update closer to tip-off.
Mitchell selected to All-Rookie First Team 05-22-2018
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Donovan Mitchell (foot) was unanimously selected to the All-Rookie First Team.

Chris Forsberg on Twitter
Ben Simmons, Jayson Tatum, Kyle Kuzma and Lauri Markkanen were also selected to the All-Rookie First Team, while Lonzo Ball, Dennis Smith Jr., Bogdan Bogdanovic, Josh Jackson and John Collins received All-Rookie Second Team honors. Mitchell is reportedly still sporting a walking boot after suffering a foot injury during the fourth quarter of Utah's Game 5 loss to Houston, but the injury is not considered serious and he's fully expected to be 100% by the time training camp rolls along.
Shane Battier to get second interview w/ DET 05-22-2018
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Shane Battier is expected to get a second interview with the Pistons for their front office position.

Barry Jackson on Twitter
Battier is currently working in Miami as the Heat's director of basketball development and analytics. Miami granted Battier permission to meet with Detroit earlier this month. The Pistons were impressed by Battier in their first interview, according to Barry Jackson of the Miami Herald.
Report: Wolves have taken calls on Towns 05-22-2018
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The Timberwolves have "taken some calls" on Karl-Anthony Towns, according to Brian Windhorst of ESPN.

NBC Sports
Earlier this week on his podcast, ESPN's Zach Lowe said that Towns and the Wolves were "not in a good place." Windhorst reports that he doesn't think the Wolves are looking to trade KAT, but "teams are definitely sniffing around." It seems extremely unlikely that Minnesota would seriously consider moving Towns, but stranger things have happened. We will certainly keep an eye on this situation over the summer.
Coach Budenholzer plans to push Giannis 05-22-2018
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New Bucks coach Mike Budenholzer said he plans to push Giannis Antetokounmpo and that Antetokounmpo is "going to get a lot better."

Associated Press
Antetokounmpo was unstoppable at times last season. He finished the season averaging 26.9 points, 10.0 rebounds, 4.8 assists, 1.5 steals and 1.4 blocks. Incredibly, Giannis is still just 23 years old. Coach Budenholzer wants the Greek Freak to take his game to the next level. "He's a smart player," Budenholzer said. "I think together, he and I will probably push each other. But I look forward to pushing him. He believes it, I believe it. He's going to get a lot better."
Jazz hope to re-sign Dante Exum this summer 05-22-2018
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Utah general manager Dennis Lindsey said the Jazz hope to retain Dante Exum.

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Spurs plan to offer Kawhi Leonard max deal 05-22-2018
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According to Tom Orsborn of the San Antonio Express-News, San Antonio wants to meet with Kawhi Leonard "in a bid to mend fences and pave the way for Leonard to come to terms" on a supermax contract.

San Antonio Express-News
As we know, Leonard only played in nine games last season and decided to rehab his quad injury in New York. Thus, he was not with the Spurs on the bench during the playoffs, which rubbed many in the organization the wrong way. However, the fact remains that Kawhi is one of the five best all-around players on the planet. Starting July 1st, the Spurs can offer a five-year, $219 million contract.
Kevin Love struggles, Cavs still even series 05-22-2018
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Kevin Love had nine points shooting 3-of-12 from the field with 11 rebounds and three assists, but also had six turnovers and five fouls in the Cavaliers Game 4 win over Boston on Monday. Love was limited to 28 minutes due to getting five fouls early on in the second half. He also tied a season-high with six turnovers. He'll have to improve on his 3-of-12 shooting if the Cavs are going to pull off a road win. Love did have a highlight full court pass to LeBron that he dropped on a dime past multiple Celtics defenders.
Al Horford shoots poorly, Celtics lose Game 4 05-22-2018
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Al Horford scored 15 points and had seven rebounds and an assist in Boston's Game 4 loss to Cleveland on Monday. Horford went 5-of-13 from the field, tying for his worst shooting performance of the postseason, and contributed to the whole team going 19-of-40 in the paint in Game 4. He averaged just 11.0 points, 7.0 rebounds and 2.5 assists in Games 3 and 4, compared to 17.5 points, 7.0 rebounds and 5 assists in Games 1 and 2.
Terry Rozier solid in Game 4 but not enough 05-22-2018
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Terry Rozier scored 16 points and had six rebounds, 11 assists and three steals with no turnovers in Boston's Game 4 loss to Cleveland on Monday. Rozier's 11 dimes are a career-high and he had a turnover-free night, but the Celtics still never led after the 7:31 mark in the first quarter. The Celtics are just a different team on the road. Rozier and the rest of the C's are more than likely ready to get back to the Garden where they're 9-0 in these playoffs.