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Can anyone beat the Warriors?

Brian Windhorst, Andrew Han, Kevin Pelton and Nick Friedell discuss the Blazers-Thunder series (1:20), the looming inevitability of a Warriors title (9:30), the Sixers (45:00) and a Windhorst filibuster.

Hayward, Kyrie key Celtics' sweep of Pacers (1:43)
Vazquez's sac fly puts Sox up in the 11th (0:19)
Moreland sends solo HR to right (0:16)

David Schoenfield ESPN Senior Writer 

Finally, some momentum for the Red Sox: They beat the Rays 4-3 in 11 innings to sweep three games from the Rays to win their first series of 2019. Let's just say there's a big difference between being 5 games back or 11 games back. And now they return to Fenway for an 11-game homestand.

Price fans 10 batters in 5-inning outing (0:40)
Bruins force Game 7 vs. Leafs (0:53)

David Schoenfield ESPN Senior Writer 

Matt Barnes had been dominant so far this season, striking out more than half the batters he'd faced, but Tommy Pham just took a hanging curveball out to right-center, just sneaking it over the railing to tie the game in the bottom of the eighth. The Red Sox are going for the series sweep.

Hayward proud of Celtics for winning 'scrappy' series (0:31)

Tim Bontemps ESPN 

Boston completes a sweep of the Pacers, winning 110-106 in Game 4 here in Indianapolis. The Celtics move on to face the Milwaukee Bucks (barring an all-time collapse in their series, which they lead 3-0) next weekend.

Hayward blows by Bogdanovic for the jam (0:18)
Kyrie's excellent effort sets up Tatum's flush (0:18)
Hayward banks in tough and-1 shot (0:29)

Tim Bontemps ESPN 

Over the past two games, the Celtics have outscored the Pacers 34-18 and outshot then 58% to 26% in the final six minutes. We'll see if that trend holds today.

Kyrie cooks Young with saucy handles (0:24)