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  1. Golden State is attacking the playoffs with the mentality that Steve Kerr won't be returning.The Warriors coach wasn't on the bench for Games 3 and 4 of the team's first-round sweep of the Trail Blazers because of 2K MT Coins debilitating issues related to two back surgeries, and forward Draymond Green said the squad doesn't anticipate he'll be back anytime soon."The way we look at it is, plan on him not coming back," Green said after practice Monday, via NBC Bay Area.

    "That's the way we're approaching this thing."Kerr, 51, also missed the first 43 games of the 2015-16 season due complications from a pair of back surgeries in the summer of 2015. Warriors assistant Mike Brown, who coached 83 playoff games while with the Cavaliers and Lakers, has been handling head coaching duties in Kerr's absence."We're not going to sit here and say if we can get to the conference finals, Steve may be back for the conference finals or if we get to the Finals," Green said. "Mike Brown is our coach, we have the rest of our staff and that's what we're rolling with."The Warriors are slated to take on the Jazz in the second round of the playoffs beginning Tuesday in Oakland. Golden State is hoping to get a boost with the return of point guard Shaun Livingston and forward Matt Barnes after announcing their injuries have progressed.

    Postseason petty is peaking. From on-court spats between foes to epic post-game rants from players and coaches to in-game trash talk with celebrities, the NBA playoffs are as much a reality show as they are an athletic spectacle.

    They're the height of competition. So tempers, emotions and words flare every night. Let's take a look back at some of the most entertaining moments of the first round. (Shoutout to @World_Wide_Wob for bringing #PettyWarz into the national lexicon.)John Wall asks pertinent question to Dennis Schroder after dunking on him Wall isn't a father, but the Hawks point guard is his son. Wall, a four-time All-Star, owned Schroder while leading the fourth-seeded Wizards to a 4-2 series win against No. 5 Atlanta. Wall bested the native German in the head-to-head matchup Cheap NBA 2K18 MT, averaging 29.5 points, more than six above his regular season output, and 10.3 assists per game while Schroder went for 24.7 ppg and 7.7 apg, and boasted about it all series long.

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