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Shannon Sharpe: If LeBron James shot as much as Michael Jordan, he’d average 30-points for a career I UNDISPUTED

LeBron James wants to make sure everyone knows he can still go out and get buckets. He put an Instagram post on his story that had a stat that read quote, ‘from 2015 to 2017, LeBron went 177 straight regular season games without taking 30 plus shots. The next game he did, he scored 57 points on 34 field goal attempts.’ LeBron put the hushing emoji above and hashtag ‘washed king’ below it. Hear what Skip Bayless and Shannon Sharpe have to say about LeBron’s post and whether the King could average 50 points if he tried.

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Nick Wright: Paul George played the best playoff game of his career last night | FIRST THINGS FIRST

Last night the Los Angeles Clippers staved off elimination, winning Game 5 and bringing the series to 3-2 with the Phoenix Suns still ahead. Paul George was electric, putting up 41 points, 13 rebounds and 6 assists. During a interview, PG13 said it’s a fact that he is picked on more than other players. Chris Broussard joins First Things First to decide if that’s true, and Nick Wright lays out why this is the best playoff performance of Paul George’s career.

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Emmanuel Acho: KD's comeback season is a failure for not winning in the title or bust point of his career I SPEAK FOR YOURSELF

Kevin Durant had a playoffs to remember, averaging 34 points per game, but he doesn’t want any praise. The Brooklyn Nets’ star said quote: ‘I’m getting congratulations. I didn’t do anything. We lost.’ Durant missed last season due to injury, but he added that he already had big games before, saying quote: ‘It didn’t feel like anything special to me because we lost.’ Emmanuel Acho explains why KD’s comeback season with the Nets was a failure rather than a success.

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Nick Wright breaks down Game 1 of Clippers- Jazz series, why Game 3 against the Nets is Giannis’ most important game of his career | THE HERD

Nick Wright joins Colin Cowherd for more NBA playoffs reactions, including Game 1 of the Utah Jazz – Los Angeles Clippers series. Hear what Nick has to say about the Clippers keeping Game 1 close with little rest and what it means for Giannis Antetokounmpo if the Milwaukee Bucks are eliminated by the Brooklyn Nets.

AN HOUR AGO・The Herd with Colin Cowherd・5:05

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Chris Broussard: It’s a lot to ask for LeBron James to carry the Lakers with no AD at this stage in his career I UNDISPUTED

The Phoenix Suns beat the Los Angeles Lakers last night, evening the series at 2-2 and taking back home court advantage. However, the biggest concern for Los Angeles is Anthony Davis, who was already dealing with a sprained left knee. With 48 seconds left in the first half, AD missed a layup, landed awkwardly and was ruled out for the remainder of the game with a strained groin. After the game, LeBron said quote ‘These shoulders were built for a reason. If it takes me putting some more on top of them, so be it. Win, lose or draw, I’m ready for the challenge.’ Chris Broussard breaks down why the King will struggle to defeat the Suns without AD or another star at this point in his career.

2 HOURS AGO・Skip and Shannon: Undisputed・3:03

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Chris Broussard talks Russell Westbrook’s legacy after he sets career triple-double record | FIRST THINGS FIRST

Congratulations poured in from all over the NBA as Washington Wizards’ Russell Westbrook broke Oscar Robertson’s 47-year-old record. On Monday, Westbrook notched his 182nd career triple-double with 28 points, 21 assists and 13 rebounds. Chris Broussard joins First Things First to discuss how Russ breaking Oscar’s career triple-double record impacts his legacy.

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