Sports Buzz: LA Clippers Owner Donald Sterling Reportedly Has Cancer

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Hawks Drop Pacers, No. 1 Indiana on Brink of Elimination

The shocking downfall of the Eastern Conference No. 1-seed Indiana Pacers continues. Jeff Teague and eighth-seed Atlanta used a 41-point second quarter to power the Hawks to a 107-97 win, giving them a surprising 3-2 lead in their first-round playoff series. Pacers star Paul George had a game-high 26 points, but Indiana center Roy Hibbert continued slumping, failing to log a single point or rebound in only 12 minutes.  

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