Are the Spurs and Pistons still in control?
- Three weeks into the NBA postseason, every remaining team has now, thankfully, played at least two games in the second round.
You've already read countless times that we're viewing the longest playoff season in NBA history -- but now we have proof. Over the course of the last three weeks we've seen Tony Parker grow into a superstar, then return to erratic youngster in the span of the Spurs' seven playoff games.
Here's Insider's look at what's going on in the playoffs, with the lottery teams and with the NBA draft, as underclassmen have until midnight to declare.
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