Sports Buzz: Kevin Durant Already Can't Wait for Next Season

Plus, Darrelle Revis to join Patriots for White House trip.

Kevin Durant Already Can't Wait for Next Season - Recurring foot problems derailed Kevin Durant's 2014-15 season to the point where he was only able to play 27 games. After undergoing his third foot surgery, KD is hearing the whispers from people wondering if he'll be able to come back healthy and the former MVP plans on using it as fuel for next season. "I'm definitely pissed. I heard a lot of stuff during this time I've been injured from everybody. From different people. Definitely pissed," Durant told reporters, including ESPN, during Thursday's annual season-exit interviews. "Can't wait until the first game."  (Photo: Elsa/Getty Images)

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Kevin Durant Already Can't Wait for Next Season - Recurring foot problems derailed Kevin Durant's 2014-15 season to the point where he was only able to play 27 games. After undergoing his third foot surgery, KD is hearing the whispers from people wondering if he'll be able to come back healthy and the former MVP plans on using it as fuel for next season. "I'm definitely pissed. I heard a lot of stuff during this time I've been injured from everybody. From different people. Definitely pissed," Durant told reporters, including ESPN, during Thursday's annual season-exit interviews. "Can't wait until the first game."  (Photo: Elsa/Getty Images)

Report: Revis to Join Patriots for White House Trip - Darrelle Revis helped lead the New England Patriots to a Super Bowl win in February, but the next month he signed a five-year, $70 million deal to return to the New York Jets. Still, ESPN is reporting that the star cornerback plans on rejoining the Patriots next Thursday for their trip to the White House in celebration of their Super Bowl victory. Guess Revis doesn't want to miss the chance to meet President Obama. (Photo: Rob Carr/Getty Images)

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Report: Revis to Join Patriots for White House Trip - Darrelle Revis helped lead the New England Patriots to a Super Bowl win in February, but the next month he signed a five-year, $70 million deal to return to the New York Jets. Still, ESPN is reporting that the star cornerback plans on rejoining the Patriots next Thursday for their trip to the White House in celebration of their Super Bowl victory. Guess Revis doesn't want to miss the chance to meet President Obama. (Photo: Rob Carr/Getty Images)

Vegas Favors Cavaliers to Win NBA Title - The Golden State Warriors have the best record in the NBA and the defending champion San Antonio Spurs finished the season red-hot, but Las Vegas odds are riding with LeBron James and the Cleveland Cavaliers to win the NBA title. The Westgate SuperBook listed the Cavs as 9-4 favorites to win it all, just ahead of the Warriors (5-2) and Spurs (4-1). (Photo: Jason Miller/Getty Images)

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Vegas Favors Cavaliers to Win NBA Title - The Golden State Warriors have the best record in the NBA and the defending champion San Antonio Spurs finished the season red-hot, but Las Vegas odds are riding with LeBron James and the Cleveland Cavaliers to win the NBA title. The Westgate SuperBook listed the Cavs as 9-4 favorites to win it all, just ahead of the Warriors (5-2) and Spurs (4-1). (Photo: Jason Miller/Getty Images)

Lakers General Manager Says Team Can Get Better Quickly - The Los Angeles Lakers' franchise-worst 21-61 finish this season was largely forgettable. However, general manager Mitch Kupchak maintains that a quick turnaround via the NBA Draft and free agency is possible. "We can get better quickly," Kupchak told ESPN. "We can be in the hunt quickly. A lot depends on May 19 and how we end up with the [draft] lottery, the draft and the period leading up to the free-agent period, which is July 1. We are in a good position despite having a terrible year." (Photo: Kevork Djansezian/Getty Images)

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Lakers General Manager Says Team Can Get Better Quickly - The Los Angeles Lakers' franchise-worst 21-61 finish this season was largely forgettable. However, general manager Mitch Kupchak maintains that a quick turnaround via the NBA Draft and free agency is possible. "We can get better quickly," Kupchak told ESPN. "We can be in the hunt quickly. A lot depends on May 19 and how we end up with the [draft] lottery, the draft and the period leading up to the free-agent period, which is July 1. We are in a good position despite having a terrible year." (Photo: Kevork Djansezian/Getty Images)

Coroner Rules Death of Lawrence Phillips's Cellmate a Homicide - The death of former NFL running back Lawrence Phillips's prison cellmate was indeed ruled a homicide. According to the Associated Press, Damion Soward was killed by strangulation last weekend at the Kern Valley State Prison in Central California.(Photo: Stephen Dunn/ALLSPORT)

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Coroner Rules Death of Lawrence Phillips's Cellmate a Homicide - The death of former NFL running back Lawrence Phillips's prison cellmate was indeed ruled a homicide. According to the Associated Press, Damion Soward was killed by strangulation last weekend at the Kern Valley State Prison in Central California.(Photo: Stephen Dunn/ALLSPORT)

Michael Phelps Returns With 100 Fly Win - After USA Swimming suspended him for six months following his second DUI offense and he missed eight months of action altogether, Michael Phelps returned to the pool Thursday night, winning the 100-meter butterfly. The win marks the beginning of what will be a lead up to Phelps trying to compete in his fifth Olympics next year. He has 18 Olympic gold medals.(Photo: Chris Coduto/Getty Images)

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Michael Phelps Returns With 100 Fly Win - After USA Swimming suspended him for six months following his second DUI offense and he missed eight months of action altogether, Michael Phelps returned to the pool Thursday night, winning the 100-meter butterfly. The win marks the beginning of what will be a lead up to Phelps trying to compete in his fifth Olympics next year. He has 18 Olympic gold medals.(Photo: Chris Coduto/Getty Images)

Carmelo Anthony Having Regrets About Staying With Knicks - Is Carmelo Anthony having regrets about his decision to remain a member of the New York Knicks? It sure sounds like it. A 17-65 finish will do that to you. ?I tried to keep myself away from thinking about [regrets],? Anthony told members of the media Thursday, as reported by the New York Post. ?As a human being, those thoughts definitely come into play. You sit down at night and think: ?Did I really make the right decision??" he said. "There was one point in the season I was like, it was just cloudy. I didn?t have any clarity, and I was second-guessing what I did and the decision I made. After that it was smooth sailing.?? That being said, Melo is looking forward to help reverse the Knicks' fortunes next season. (Photo: Alex Goodlett/Getty Images)

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Carmelo Anthony Having Regrets About Staying With Knicks - Is Carmelo Anthony having regrets about his decision to remain a member of the New York Knicks? It sure sounds like it. A 17-65 finish will do that to you. “I tried to keep myself away from thinking about [regrets],” Anthony told members of the media Thursday, as reported by the New York Post. “As a human being, those thoughts definitely come into play. You sit down at night and think: ‘Did I really make the right decision?’" he said. "There was one point in the season I was like, it was just cloudy. I didn’t have any clarity, and I was second-guessing what I did and the decision I made. After that it was smooth sailing.’’ That being said, Melo is looking forward to help reverse the Knicks' fortunes next season. (Photo: Alex Goodlett/Getty Images)

New Orleans Pelicans Clinch Final Playoff Spot in West - For the first time in his young career, Anthony Davis is headed to the playoffs. The All-Star center had 31 points and 13 rebounds to lead the New Orleans Pelicans to a 108-103 home victory over the San Antonio Spurs on Wednesday night, punching the Pelicans' post-season ticket as the eighth seed in the West. The Pelicans (45-37) will face the No. 1 Golden State Warriors in the first round of the playoffs beginning Saturday. (Photo: AP Photo/Gerald Herbert)

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New Orleans Pelicans Clinch Final Playoff Spot in West - For the first time in his young career, Anthony Davis is headed to the playoffs. The All-Star center had 31 points and 13 rebounds to lead the New Orleans Pelicans to a 108-103 home victory over the San Antonio Spurs on Wednesday night, punching the Pelicans' post-season ticket as the eighth seed in the West. The Pelicans (45-37) will face the No. 1 Golden State Warriors in the first round of the playoffs beginning Saturday. (Photo: AP Photo/Gerald Herbert)

Russell Westbrook Wins NBA Scoring Title - Russell Westbrook won the NBA's scoring title, but his Oklahoma City Thunder aren't headed toward the playoffs. Despite the Thunder's 138-113 win over the Minnesota Timberwolves on Wednesday night, the New Orleans Pelicans secured the West's eighth seed by defeating the San Antonio Spurs. Westbrook captured the scoring title, ending the season with a 28.1 points-per-game average. He also notched 11 triple-doubles this season and won the All-Star Game MVP.(Photo: Ronald Martinez/Getty Images)

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Russell Westbrook Wins NBA Scoring Title - Russell Westbrook won the NBA's scoring title, but his Oklahoma City Thunder aren't headed toward the playoffs. Despite the Thunder's 138-113 win over the Minnesota Timberwolves on Wednesday night, the New Orleans Pelicans secured the West's eighth seed by defeating the San Antonio Spurs. Westbrook captured the scoring title, ending the season with a 28.1 points-per-game average. He also notched 11 triple-doubles this season and won the All-Star Game MVP.(Photo: Ronald Martinez/Getty Images)

Brooklyn Nets Clinch Playoff Spot - The Brooklyn Nets' 101-88 home win over the Orlando Magic compounded with the Indiana Pacers' 95-83 road loss to the Memphis Grizzlies on Wednesday night made the Nets (38-44) the eighth and final seed in the Eastern Conference. Brooklyn will now face the top-seed Atlanta Hawks (60-22) in the first round of the playoffs.(Photo: Rob Carr/Getty Images)

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Brooklyn Nets Clinch Playoff Spot - The Brooklyn Nets' 101-88 home win over the Orlando Magic compounded with the Indiana Pacers' 95-83 road loss to the Memphis Grizzlies on Wednesday night made the Nets (38-44) the eighth and final seed in the Eastern Conference. Brooklyn will now face the top-seed Atlanta Hawks (60-22) in the first round of the playoffs.(Photo: Rob Carr/Getty Images)

Paul George Carried Off Court With Calf Strain - After missing more than eight months of action with a broken right leg, the last thing you want to see is Paul George being carried off the court in the Indiana Pacers' regular-season finale. However, the Pacers' star small forward's injury in the Pacers' loss to the Memphis Grizzlies on Wednesday night was diagnosed as nothing more than a sore left calf, ESPN reported. He'll have the summer to continue getting stronger for the 2015-16 season.(Photo: Andy Lyons/Getty Images)

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Paul George Carried Off Court With Calf Strain - After missing more than eight months of action with a broken right leg, the last thing you want to see is Paul George being carried off the court in the Indiana Pacers' regular-season finale. However, the Pacers' star small forward's injury in the Pacers' loss to the Memphis Grizzlies on Wednesday night was diagnosed as nothing more than a sore left calf, ESPN reported. He'll have the summer to continue getting stronger for the 2015-16 season.(Photo: Andy Lyons/Getty Images)

Deron Williams to Paul Pierce: I've Got Pretty Thick Skin - Deron Williams isn't bothered by Paul Pierce's criticism of him. Upon hearing that Pierce thought that the New York City media spotlight affected Williams, the Brooklyn Nets point guard responded to ESPN: "Being here, I got pretty thick skin. He has his opinions, and that's fine. It's what it is. I can't change his opinions. So just leave it at that." Pierce and Williams were Nets teammates last season.(Photos from left: Stephen Dunn/Getty Images, Mike Ehrmann/Getty Images)

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Deron Williams to Paul Pierce: I've Got Pretty Thick Skin - Deron Williams isn't bothered by Paul Pierce's criticism of him. Upon hearing that Pierce thought that the New York City media spotlight affected Williams, the Brooklyn Nets point guard responded to ESPN: "Being here, I got pretty thick skin. He has his opinions, and that's fine. It's what it is. I can't change his opinions. So just leave it at that." Pierce and Williams were Nets teammates last season.(Photos from left: Stephen Dunn/Getty Images, Mike Ehrmann/Getty Images)

Pacquiao Laughs Off Mayweather's Insults - Upon hearing that Floyd Mayweather Jr. had called him a "reckless fighter," Manny Pacquiao responded the only way he knows how?punching right back. "Reckless fighter? That's how people like me and love me, because they like an exciting fight," Pacquiao told the Associated Press on Wednesday night. "We call this boxing, (and) boxing is more punching. We talk about punching."(Photo: Harry How/Getty Images)

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Pacquiao Laughs Off Mayweather's Insults - Upon hearing that Floyd Mayweather Jr. had called him a "reckless fighter," Manny Pacquiao responded the only way he knows how—punching right back. "Reckless fighter? That's how people like me and love me, because they like an exciting fight," Pacquiao told the Associated Press on Wednesday night. "We call this boxing, (and) boxing is more punching. We talk about punching."(Photo: Harry How/Getty Images)

Paul Pierce Rips Deron Williams, Brooklyn Nets - Paul Pierce wasn't impressed with Deron Williams or the Brooklyn Nets in his one season with the team in 2013-14. Looking back at the experience, the NBA champion and 10-time All-Star was disappointed at the team not being what he thought it would, especially Williams. "Before I got there, I looked at Deron as an MVP candidate,'' Pierce told ESPN. "But I felt once we got there, that's not what he wanted to be. He just didn't want that. I think a lot of the pressure got to him sometimes. This was his first time in the national spotlight. The media in Utah is not the same as the media in New York, so that can wear on some people. I think it really affected him.'' About the Nets as a team, Pierce didn't feel much different. "If me and Kevin weren't there, that team would have folded up," he also said. &quo...

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Paul Pierce Rips Deron Williams, Brooklyn Nets - Paul Pierce wasn't impressed with Deron Williams or the Brooklyn Nets in his one season with the team in 2013-14. Looking back at the experience, the NBA champion and 10-time All-Star was disappointed at the team not being what he thought it would, especially Williams. "Before I got there, I looked at Deron as an MVP candidate,'' Pierce told ESPN. "But I felt once we got there, that's not what he wanted to be. He just didn't want that. I think a lot of the pressure got to him sometimes. This was his first time in the national spotlight. The media in Utah is not the same as the media in New York, so that can wear on some people. I think it really affected him.'' About the Nets as a team, Pierce didn't feel much different. "If me and Kevin weren't there, that team would have folded up," he also said. &quo...

Pelicans, Thunder Playoff Race Is Down to Wire - Will it be the New Orleans Pelicans or Oklahoma City Thunder sewing up the eighth and final playoff seed in the Western Conference? Russell Westbrook had 36 points, 11 rebounds and seven assists to lead the Thunder to a 101-90 win over the Portland Trail Blazers on Monday night. Anthony Davis notched 24 points, 11 boards and six blocks to lead the Pelicans to a 100-88 victory over the Minnesota Timberwolves. That left both the Pelicans and Thunder with identical 44-37 records. If the Pelicans defeat the San Antonio Spurs on Wednesday, they'll clinch the eighth seed. If they lose and the Thunder defeat the T-Wolves on Wednesday, Oklahoma City will be the No. 8 seed.(Photos from left: Scott Halleran/Getty Images, Ronald Martinez/Getty Images)

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Pelicans, Thunder Playoff Race Is Down to Wire - Will it be the New Orleans Pelicans or Oklahoma City Thunder sewing up the eighth and final playoff seed in the Western Conference? Russell Westbrook had 36 points, 11 rebounds and seven assists to lead the Thunder to a 101-90 win over the Portland Trail Blazers on Monday night. Anthony Davis notched 24 points, 11 boards and six blocks to lead the Pelicans to a 100-88 victory over the Minnesota Timberwolves. That left both the Pelicans and Thunder with identical 44-37 records. If the Pelicans defeat the San Antonio Spurs on Wednesday, they'll clinch the eighth seed. If they lose and the Thunder defeat the T-Wolves on Wednesday, Oklahoma City will be the No. 8 seed.(Photos from left: Scott Halleran/Getty Images, Ronald Martinez/Getty Images)

Klay Thompson Goes Off for 42 Points - Klay Thompson caught fire Monday night against the Memphis Grizzlies, shooting an electric 15-of-20 from the field, including 8-of-10 beyond the arc, for 42 points in the Golden State Warriors' 111-107 home win. Thompson's amazing night was highlighted by a 26-point second quarter in which he shot 10-of-13 from the field, including six three-pointers.(Photo: AP Photo/Marcio Jose Sanchez)

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Klay Thompson Goes Off for 42 Points - Klay Thompson caught fire Monday night against the Memphis Grizzlies, shooting an electric 15-of-20 from the field, including 8-of-10 beyond the arc, for 42 points in the Golden State Warriors' 111-107 home win. Thompson's amazing night was highlighted by a 26-point second quarter in which he shot 10-of-13 from the field, including six three-pointers.(Photo: AP Photo/Marcio Jose Sanchez)

J.R. Smith Says LeBron Is "Real MVP" - James Harden, Stephen Curry and Russell Westbrook are heading the NBA MVP race this season, but J.R. Smith says the "real MVP" is his Cleveland Cavaliers' teammate LeBron James. "Who? The real MVP?" Smith told ESPN, when asked what he thinks about the heated race and award. "There's a lot of speculation about who should get the award, but we all know who the real MVP is." Smith's comments came after James notched a triple-double (21 points, 11 assists, 10 boards) in the Cavs' 109-97 win over the Detroit Pistons.(Photo: Jason Miller/Getty Images)

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J.R. Smith Says LeBron Is "Real MVP" - James Harden, Stephen Curry and Russell Westbrook are heading the NBA MVP race this season, but J.R. Smith says the "real MVP" is his Cleveland Cavaliers' teammate LeBron James. "Who? The real MVP?" Smith told ESPN, when asked what he thinks about the heated race and award. "There's a lot of speculation about who should get the award, but we all know who the real MVP is." Smith's comments came after James notched a triple-double (21 points, 11 assists, 10 boards) in the Cavs' 109-97 win over the Detroit Pistons.(Photo: Jason Miller/Getty Images)

Report: NCAA Employees Were Threatened - The NCAA Committee on Infractions received threats after releasing documents about the investigation of USC and its former running back coach Todd McNair, the Los Angeles Times is reporting. ?As a result of filing these documents, some Committee on Infractions members received violent threats directed at them, including in their homes,? an NCAA motion obtained by the LA Times mentioned.(Photo: Kirby Lee/WireImage)

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Report: NCAA Employees Were Threatened - The NCAA Committee on Infractions received threats after releasing documents about the investigation of USC and its former running back coach Todd McNair, the Los Angeles Times is reporting. “As a result of filing these documents, some Committee on Infractions members received violent threats directed at them, including in their homes,” an NCAA motion obtained by the LA Times mentioned.(Photo: Kirby Lee/WireImage)

Milwaukee Bucks Unveil New Logo - With new coach Jason Kidd, one of the best young players in Giannis Antetokounmpo and the Milwaukee Bucks headed to the NBA playoffs, now's as good a time as any to give the franchise a new look. The Bucks did just that, unveiling their new logo on Twitter on Monday.(Photo: Milwaukee Bucks via Twitter)

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Milwaukee Bucks Unveil New Logo - With new coach Jason Kidd, one of the best young players in Giannis Antetokounmpo and the Milwaukee Bucks headed to the NBA playoffs, now's as good a time as any to give the franchise a new look. The Bucks did just that, unveiling their new logo on Twitter on Monday.(Photo: Milwaukee Bucks via Twitter)

Coaches, Players Remember Lauren Hill - Lauren Hill was memorialized at the Cintas Center in Cincinnati on Monday, as reported by ESPN. The 19-year-old Mount St. Joseph freshman basketball player, who had terminal brain cancer, touched the hearts of the country last November by scoring a layup in a game. LeBron James even sent her a care package of autographed memorabilia. Hill died Friday.(Photo: Andy Lyons/Getty Images)

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Coaches, Players Remember Lauren Hill - Lauren Hill was memorialized at the Cintas Center in Cincinnati on Monday, as reported by ESPN. The 19-year-old Mount St. Joseph freshman basketball player, who had terminal brain cancer, touched the hearts of the country last November by scoring a layup in a game. LeBron James even sent her a care package of autographed memorabilia. Hill died Friday.(Photo: Andy Lyons/Getty Images)

Russell Westbrook Scores Career-High 54 Points - Still fighting to try to push the Oklahoma City Thunder into the playoffs, Russell Westbrook went off for a career-high 54 points against the Indiana Pacers on Sunday night. However, the Thunder still lost 116-114. Fortunately for Oklahoma City, it will have Westbrook on Monday night against the Portland Trail Blazers. That's because, the NBA rescinded Westbrook's 16th technical foul?one he picked up during Sunday night's game. Instead of triggering an automatic one-game suspension, he will be able to play Monday night. At 43-37, the Thunder remain tied with the New Orleans Pelicans for eighth place with two regular-season games left. (Photo: AP Photo/AJ Mast)

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Russell Westbrook Scores Career-High 54 Points - Still fighting to try to push the Oklahoma City Thunder into the playoffs, Russell Westbrook went off for a career-high 54 points against the Indiana Pacers on Sunday night. However, the Thunder still lost 116-114. Fortunately for Oklahoma City, it will have Westbrook on Monday night against the Portland Trail Blazers. That's because, the NBA rescinded Westbrook's 16th technical foul—one he picked up during Sunday night's game. Instead of triggering an automatic one-game suspension, he will be able to play Monday night. At 43-37, the Thunder remain tied with the New Orleans Pelicans for eighth place with two regular-season games left. (Photo: AP Photo/AJ Mast)

Spurs Win 11th Straight, Move Up to No. 2 in West - The red-hot San Antonio Spurs look more than ready to defend their NBA championship. The Spurs won their 11th straight game via a 107-91 rout of the Phoenix Suns on Sunday night, moving them up to second place in the Western Conference playoff picture. Tim Duncan had 22 points and 10 rebounds to lead the Spurs.(Photo: Al Bello/Getty Images)

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Spurs Win 11th Straight, Move Up to No. 2 in West - The red-hot San Antonio Spurs look more than ready to defend their NBA championship. The Spurs won their 11th straight game via a 107-91 rout of the Phoenix Suns on Sunday night, moving them up to second place in the Western Conference playoff picture. Tim Duncan had 22 points and 10 rebounds to lead the Spurs.(Photo: Al Bello/Getty Images)

Hawks Coach Credits Absent GM Ferry for Team's Success - Atlanta Hawks coach Mike Budenholzer says the team wouldn't have won 60 games this season if it wasn't for general manager Danny Ferry's efforts. "Anyone who has followed the Hawks for the last two or three years knows that Danny Ferry is the executive that's most responsible for the makeup of our team," Budenholzer told ESPN. Budenholzer's comments come after his name was submitted for the NBA's annual Executive of the Year award. Ferry has been on leave since September, when a recording of him making insulting comments about Luol Deng surfaced.(Photo: Daniel Shirey/USA TODAY/Files REUTERS /STRINGER /LANDOV)

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Hawks Coach Credits Absent GM Ferry for Team's Success - Atlanta Hawks coach Mike Budenholzer says the team wouldn't have won 60 games this season if it wasn't for general manager Danny Ferry's efforts. "Anyone who has followed the Hawks for the last two or three years knows that Danny Ferry is the executive that's most responsible for the makeup of our team," Budenholzer told ESPN. Budenholzer's comments come after his name was submitted for the NBA's annual Executive of the Year award. Ferry has been on leave since September, when a recording of him making insulting comments about Luol Deng surfaced.(Photo: Daniel Shirey/USA TODAY/Files REUTERS /STRINGER /LANDOV)

Celtics Destroy Cavs, Magic Number Down to One - The Boston Celtics took full advantage of a resting Cleveland Cavaliers on Sunday, blasting them 117-78 and moving one victory away from clinching a spot in the Eastern Conference playoffs. The Cavs ? who have already secured the second seed ? were without LeBron James, Kevin Love, Kyrie Irving and J.R. Smith. If the seedings hold up, the Cavs would face the Celtics in the first round of the playoffs. (Photo: Maddie Meyer/Getty Images)

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Celtics Destroy Cavs, Magic Number Down to One - The Boston Celtics took full advantage of a resting Cleveland Cavaliers on Sunday, blasting them 117-78 and moving one victory away from clinching a spot in the Eastern Conference playoffs. The Cavs — who have already secured the second seed — were without LeBron James, Kevin Love, Kyrie Irving and J.R. Smith. If the seedings hold up, the Cavs would face the Celtics in the first round of the playoffs. (Photo: Maddie Meyer/Getty Images)

Kings Sign David Stockton Through Next Season - The Sacramento Kings have signed David Stockton, the son of Hall of Famer John Stockton, through the 2015-16 season, ESPN is reported. The 5-foot-11, 165-pound Stockton ?averaged 20.1 points, 9.4 assists and 2.5 steals per game playing in the NBA D-League this season.(Photo: Ethan Miller/Getty Images)

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Kings Sign David Stockton Through Next Season - The Sacramento Kings have signed David Stockton, the son of Hall of Famer John Stockton, through the 2015-16 season, ESPN is reported. The 5-foot-11, 165-pound Stockton ‎averaged 20.1 points, 9.4 assists and 2.5 steals per game playing in the NBA D-League this season.(Photo: Ethan Miller/Getty Images)

Jordan Spieth Wins Masters, Tiger Woods Finishes 17th - Jordan Spieth, just 21 years old, led the Masters from beginning to end en route to winning the tournament Sunday with a 2-under 70 for a four-shot victory. "This was arguably the greatest day of my life," Spieth told the Associated Press. Tiger Woods finished tied for 17th place despite injuring his wrist.(Photos from left: Andrew Redington/Getty Images, Jamie Squire/Getty Images)

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Jordan Spieth Wins Masters, Tiger Woods Finishes 17th - Jordan Spieth, just 21 years old, led the Masters from beginning to end en route to winning the tournament Sunday with a 2-under 70 for a four-shot victory. "This was arguably the greatest day of my life," Spieth told the Associated Press. Tiger Woods finished tied for 17th place despite injuring his wrist.(Photos from left: Andrew Redington/Getty Images, Jamie Squire/Getty Images)

Danny Garcia Just Barely Edges Lamont Peterson - Danny Garcia just barely managed to remain undefeated, scoring a 115-113, 115-113, 114-114 majority decision over Lamont Peterson at the Barclays Center in Brooklyn on Saturday night. Many fans felt like Peterson had done enough to win the fight, but judges narrowly disagreed, keeping the junior welterweight championship with Garcia. In other boxing action from Brooklyn, Peter Quillin and Andy Lee fought to a draw, despite Quillin knocking Lee down twice in the first three rounds. (Photo: Elsa/Getty Images)

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Danny Garcia Just Barely Edges Lamont Peterson - Danny Garcia just barely managed to remain undefeated, scoring a 115-113, 115-113, 114-114 majority decision over Lamont Peterson at the Barclays Center in Brooklyn on Saturday night. Many fans felt like Peterson had done enough to win the fight, but judges narrowly disagreed, keeping the junior welterweight championship with Garcia. In other boxing action from Brooklyn, Peter Quillin and Andy Lee fought to a draw, despite Quillin knocking Lee down twice in the first three rounds. (Photo: Elsa/Getty Images)