While participating in New York’s Dyckman Basketball Tournament, newly acquired Brooklyn Nets guard D’Angelo Russell lit up the court. While the game was in Manhattan – not Brooklyn, where he will play next season – he was still welcomed like he was playing at a home court. Like a scene out of a movie or an old NBA Street video game, fans rushed the court before Russell took a game-winner on Wednesday evening. As he hit the shot, he was mobbed with excited spectators thrilled to see him rise to the moment.
May 26, 2018 | 10:03 pm EDT Update
Ramona Shelburne: Chris Paul is not playing in this game, but he is dressed. Mike D’Antoni joked with @ESPNRadio there needs to keep a buffer between him and CP so he doesn’t get tempted to send him in.
James Harden’s now-done drought of 22 straight missed 3s is the second longest such streak in the playoffs over the last 20 years, according to ESPN Stats & Info research. Robert Horry missed 24 straight in 2003.