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2. National Anthem
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BY ORDER OF THE BOARD
BOSTON---Jimmy Butler had 30 points and nine
rebounds as the Chicago Bulls outlasted Boston
106-102 in Game 1 on Sunday on an emotional
night for grieving Celtics star Isaiah Thomas.
Playing a day after 22-year-old sister Chyna
Thomas was killed in a car accident in their home
state of Washington, Thomas led the top-seeded
Celtics with 33 points.
Celtics fans rallied behind Thomas, showering
him with a deafening cheer when he was introduced.
Butler scored 23 points in the second half. Bobby
Portis finished with 19 for the Bulls.
Al Horford had 19 points, eight assists and seven
rebounds for Boston.
Game 2 in the first-round series is tonight night
WARRIORS 121, TRAIL BLAZERS 109
OAKLAND---Kevin Durant had 32 points and 10
rebounds in his Golden State playoff debut wjile
Stephen Curry scored 29 points as the Warriors
withstood a sensational day by Portland duo
CJ McCollum and Damian Lillard in Game 1.
McCollum scored a playoff career-best 41 points
and Lillard had 34 but the Warriors made the crucial
big plays on both ends down the stretch with Port-
land playing without injured center Jusuf Nurkic.
Draymond Green contributed 19 points, 12 re-
bounds, nine assists and five blocked shots to help
last season's second-place team take the first step
in what it is counting on to be a championship run.
Durant shot 12 for 20, showing no issues with a
recent left knee injury that sidelined him 19 games
before he returned for the final three regular-season
contests with the NBA-best Warriors.
Game 2 is tomorrow night at Oracle Arena.
Millsap accuses Wizards of MMA tactics
WASHINGTON---Atlanta forward Paul Millsap
got a taste Sunday of what the Washington Wiz-
ards have planned for him in their first-round
Now he's promising to dish it back.
Markieff Morris told Millsap to shut up during
Game 1, escalating a physical showdown between
the power forwards. Morris and Millsap exchanged
heated words before the teams retreated to their
locker rooms at halftime and more fireworks could
be coming in Game 2 is tomorrow night.
Millsap took issue with the way Morris and the
Wizards tried to overpower him in the Hawks' 114-
"The difference in the game is we were playing
basketball and they were playing MMA," Millsap
Frustrating Millsap is part of the plan for Wash-
ington. Two years ago, the Hawks and their 6-foot-8
(2.03-metrers) forward beat a banged-up Wizards
team in a six-game second-round series. Morris
wasn't with Washington then, though, and his
matchup with Millsap could be the difference this
Harden drops 37 on Westbrook's Thunder
HOUSTON---Although James Harden is Hou-
tlanta Hawks guard Dennis Schroder (17) drives the ball against Washington
Wizards forward Markieff Morris (5) during the second half in Game 1 of a first-
round NBA basketball playoff series, in Washington, Sunday. The Wizards won
114-107. AP PHOTO
Warriors beat Trail Blazers
ston's undisputed star, he can't top Russell
Westbrook entirely on his own.
As is so often the case, Patrick Beverley was there
for support Sunday night.
Harden scored 37 points to outshine Westbro-
ok as the Rockets pulled away in the third quarter
and coasted to a 118-87 victory over the Oklahoma
City Thunder in Game 1 of their first-round playoff
Harden had nine assists and seven rebounds, while
Beverley, who had the unenviable task of guarding
Westbrook, had a playoff career-best 21 points along
with 10 rebounds.
Beverley's performance was nothing new to Hard-
en, who has had a front row seat to his work for years.
"That's the reason we're in the position we're in,"
Harden said. "He brings it every game. Whether his
shot is falling or not, he brings that intensity, that
resolve. He was just Pat tonight."
The best-of-seven Western Conference series
continues tomorrow night in Houston.
The third-seeded Rockets were up by 20 when
Harden came off the bench with about seven min-
utes remaining. He went right to work --- making
two 3-pointers to power a 10-0 run and push the
lead to 110-80 with 4 1/2 minutes left. Harden, who
along with Westbrook is a front-runner for MVP,
went to the bench, and both teams cleared their
benches soon after that.
Westbrook had 22 points, 11 rebounds and seven
assists but made just 6 of 23 shots and had nine
turnovers for the sixth-seeded Thunder.
"We've got to do a better job starting with myself
--- got to do a better job of taking care of the basket-
ball and making some shots," Westbrook said. (AP)
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