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Stephen Jackson: Ben Simmons’ shooting woes are from lack of confidence, 76ers’ high expectations I SPEAK FOR YOURSELF

Ben Simmons struggled poorly on offense, prompting head coach Doc Rivers to say after the Philadelphia 76ers’ Game 7 loss that ‘he didn’t know if he could be a point guard of a championship team.’ On Monday, Rivers softened his tone a bit saying that the 76ers ‘know what the right work is for Simmons this offseason.’ One report also said that the three-time All-Star could change his dominant shooting hand from left to right. Stephen Jackson breaks down why Simmons’ shooting woes are from a lack of confidence and the 76ers’ high expectations.

AN HOUR AGO・Speak For Yourself・1:14

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Shannon Sharpe: I was not impressed with the Bucks’ win; they dodged a bullet with KD and Kyrie’s shooting woes I UNDISPUTED

The Milwaukee Bucks defeated the Brooklyn Nets 86-83 at home last night. Giannis Antetokounmpo and Khris Middleton combined for 68 points, which was 79 percent of their team’s points and is also a playoff record from a duo. Kevin Durant finished with 30 points and had a long look at a potential game-tying three-pointer but could not connect. Shannon Sharpe explains why he was not impressed with Milwaukee’s Game 3 win over Brooklyn.

3 HOURS AGO・Skip and Shannon: Undisputed・3:26

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Skip Bayless: Damian Lillard had the greatest distant shooting, clutch performance I ever saw in the playoffs I UNDISPUTED

Damian Lillard put on an all-time performance last night in the Portland Blazers’ double overtime loss in Game 5 against the Denver Nuggets. Lillard forced both overtimes with three-pointers and finished the game with a playoff record 12 made threes. He is also the first player to ever have 55 points and 10 assists in a playoff game. Skip Bayless reacts to Dame’s big night and why he calls it ‘the greatest distant shooting, clutch performance in a playoff game.’

AN HOUR AGO・Skip and Shannon: Undisputed・1:55

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Colin Cowherd: What worries me about Ben Simmons is how nonchalant he is in not improving his shooting I THE HERD

Colin Cowherd talks about Ben Simmons and the evolvement of his game throughout his NBA career. Despite Colin’s appreciation for Simmons’ defense, passing, and basketball IQ, he expresses his concern on not being hungry enough to improve his shooting woes. Hear what Colin has to say about Simmons’ nonchalant attitude towards improving his weakness, contrary to LeBron James, Kobe Bryant, Tom Brady, and Lamar Jackson’s offseason approaches.

3 HOURS AGO・The Herd with Colin Cowherd・4:52

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