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Michael Collins ESPN Senior Writer 

5-time NFL Pro Bowler Sterling Sharpe picks Sunday's championship games.

Harris scores 28 points in Clippers' loss (0:44)
Boogie hits back-to-back 3s (0:31)
Steph shows off handles on coast-to-coast bucket (0:24)
Green gets technical for hanging on the rim (0:44)

Ohm Youngmisuk ESPN Staff Writer 

Danilo Gallinari is out for the game with lower back spasms.

Iggy signals 'and-1' on steal-and-score (0:27)
Boogie buries 3-ball (0:17)
LAC VS GS (0:08)
Cousins hammers dunk for 1st points with Warriors (0:21)
LAC VS GS (0:12)

Ohm Youngmisuk ESPN Staff Writer 

Lou Williams is out with a sore right hamstring. It's the same hamstring he injured earlier this season.

Ohm Youngmisuk ESPN Staff Writer 

Doc Rivers said the Clippers have "injuries" but he wouldn't go into specifics.

Ohm Youngmisuk ESPN Staff Writer 

Doc Rivers on DeMarcus Cousins' return: "I hope he's awful!" Rivers then says he thinks Cousins will be closer to 100 percent than if had he been on any other team because the Warriors had the luxury of waiting as long as possible and didn't have to rush him back. Rivers said he initially thought Golden State is a great spot for Cousins to rehab but then added he then thought of the Warriors adding Cousins, "That's not right."

Lindsey Thiry ESPN 

The Rams' final injury report before Sunday's NFC Championship game against the Saints: "No injuries to report." Clean week for the Rams. Entire roster available.

Alden Gonzalez ESPN Staff Writer 

Rams coach Sean McVay has always preached the importance of staying true to the process while also embracing the magnitude of big opportunities. He stressed that to his team this week, while one win away from the Super Bowl. "It's a big game," he said. "We don't shy away from that. But I think it is important to be able to keep that regulated rhythm from our players and for us because you don't want to try to make anything up. You don't need to do anything different than what we've done, other than play at our highest level. It's a great opponent, but it's a great opportunity."

McVay: Rams keeping same routine heading into NFC Championship (0:31)

Alden Gonzalez ESPN Staff Writer 

Rams S John Johnson marveled at how Aqib Talib predicted what the Cowboys would do in Saturday's fourth quarter, on 4th and 1 with 5 minutes left. "Before they broke the huddle, he called out exactly what they were going to do," Johnson said, "and it happened exactly (how he predicted)." It was a sneak by QB Dak Prescott. The Cowboys converted, but the Rams were ready for it thanks to Talib, which is why it could make such a big difference that he's available for this Saints rematch. "He knows everything," Johnson said.