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Chris Broussard: Joel Embiid and Tobias Harris will come back stronger to lead the 76ers to a Game 6 win I UNDISPUTED

The Philadelphia 76ers look to freeze elimination against the Atlanta Hawks in Game 6 to push the series to Game 7. Joel Embiid and the Sixers blew large leads in two straight games against Trae Young and the Hawks. They now find themselves in great position to close out the top-seeded Sixers at home and are one win away from the Eastern Conference Finals. Chris Broussard explains why he feels the 76ers will bounce back and win Game 6 despite Atlanta’s momentum.

AN HOUR AGO・Skip and Shannon: Undisputed・1:37

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Chris Broussard: Kevin Durant has to go crazy again to close this series out | FIRST THINGS FIRST

Chris Broussard joins First Things First to decide whether the Brooklyn Nets need another stellar night from Kevin Durant in order to close this series out early against the Milwaukee Bucks. With Kyrie Irving still injured and James Harden not yet at 100%, Broussard lays out what he needs to see from Durant in Game 6 in order to keep Giannis Antetokounmpo and the Bucks from a comeback.

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Skip Bayless: Chris Paul has a chance to make his legacy with this playoffs run to the Western Conference Finals I UNDISPUTED

Phoenix Suns’ point guard Chris Paul beat out LeBron James in the first round on a bad shoulder, then moved on to sweep the Denver Nuggets and MVP Nikola Jokić. It’s the first time the MVP has been swept since 1989. CP3 finished Game 4 with 37 points on 14-19 shooting and was a perfect 9-9 from the foul line. Skip Bayless breaks down how much this season’s playoff run has done to enhance CP3’s legacy.

AN HOUR AGO・Skip and Shannon: Undisputed・3:59

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‘Devin Booker is underrated’ — Chris Broussard on the Suns sweep of Nuggets | FIRST THINGS FIRST

Last night the Phoenix Suns swept the Denver Nuggets to advance to the Western Conference Finals. Devin Booker had a solid performance with 34 points and 11 rebounds, while Chris Paul scored 37 points to wrap up the series. Nick Wright and Chris Broussard react to the series sweep and discuss who this win says the most about.

AN HOUR AGO・First Things First・2:03

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Chris Broussard: The Jazz aren’t too good for the Clippers because there isn’t a big gap in talent between them I UNDISPUTED

The Los Angeles Clippers have struggled to find any answer for Utah Jazz star Donovan Mitchell. The guard had a game-high 37 points in Utah’s 117-111 victory last night to go up 2-0. The Clippers took a brief lead in the fourth quarter but suddenly went cold from the field and missed nine straight shots. This led them to fall behind ten with three minutes remaining in Game 2. Chris Broussard breaks down why the Jazz are not too good for the Clippers and that the series will be a close one.

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Chris Broussard lists 3 reasons why LeBron James is the most disliked NBA player | UNDISPUTED

Yesterday, a map went viral that used twitter data from the past month to show each state’s most hated NBA player. And, not surprisingly, Los Angeles Lakers’ LeBron James was the most disliked baller in 24 states as well as the most hated overall. Kyrie Irving came in second, with 18 states disapproving of the Brooklyn Nets point guard, followed by his teammates James Harden and Kevin Durant with 3 states each. Chris Broussard joins Shannon Sharpe and Skip Bayless to explain why LeBron is so disliked.

AN HOUR AGO・Skip and Shannon: Undisputed・4:08

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Chris Broussard reacts to Nets’ blowout win against Bucks, Chris Paul in Phoenix, predicts Clippers/Jazz series I THE HERD

Chris Broussard joins Colin Cowherd for more NBA playoff talk in the east and wild wild west, from Giannis Antetokounmpo and the Milwaukee Bucks’ struggles against the Brooklyn Nets to Chris Paul’s impact on the Phoenix Suns. Hear what Broussard has to say about how CP3 is helping the young Suns, and what Brooklyn’s strong offensive firepower means for the rest of the NBA and basketball in general. He also gives his prediction for the Utah Jazz – Los Angeles Clippers series.

2 HOURS AGO・The Herd with Colin Cowherd・5:09

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Shannon Sharpe: Chris Paul not winning a title does not diminish his legacy, but it will mean a lot to it if he does I UNDISPUTED

Chris Paul made sure the Phoenix Suns ended Game 1 as winners last night against the Denver Nuggets. At 36 years old, he became the oldest player to have 20 points, 10 assists and 5 rebounds in a playoff game. He also scored 14 of his 21 points in the 4th quarter to help lead his team to a 122-105 victory. Shannon Sharpe explains why CP3 ending the season empty handed does not diminish his legacy, but winning will mean a lot for it.

28 MINUTES AGO・Skip and Shannon: Undisputed・3:41

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Chris Broussard picks Clippers to win the West: ‘Kawhi has exercised his demons’ | FIRST THINGS FIRST

Chris Broussard joins the First Things First to crew to talk the Los Angeles Clippers after their comeback victory against the Dallas Mavericks. Broussard lays out why he believes Kawhi Leonard, Paul George and the Clippers were able to overcome Luka Doncic and the Mavs, and why he expects to see them come out of the Western Conference and make a Finals appearance.

4 HOURS AGO・First Things First・1:52

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Chris Broussard: Without Joel Embiid, the 76ers won’t have enough firepower against the Hawks, Bucks & Nets I UNDISPUTED

As Joel Embiid sat out with a knee injury, Seth Curry scored a playoff career-high 30 points and the Philadelphia 76ers eliminated the Washington Wizards with a 129-112 victory. Now Embiid will get a few extra days rest before the top-seeded 76ers start their second round series against the Atlanta Hawks on Sunday. However, some Philly fans were looking even further ahead, chanting quote: ‘we want Brooklyn.’ Chris Broussard explains why the 76ers have a lower ceiling and could struggle against Atlanta without Embiid.

AN HOUR AGO・Skip and Shannon: Undisputed・2:36

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