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OAKLAND, Calif. — If Golden State Warriors head coach Steve Kerr feels well over the next few days without any setbacks, there remains some optimism he could coach Sunday in Game 2 of the NBA Finals against the Cleveland Cavaliers, sources told ESPN.

“He may coach Sunday. He’s feeling better,” a source close to Kerr told ESPN’s Marc Spears.
Warriors coach Steve Kerr, who has been out since the middle of the first round of the playoffs due to effects from back surgery almost two years ago, is feeling better, a source said. Noah Graham/NBAE/Getty Images
Kerr had been feeling well enough earlier this week to be hopeful that he would be able to coach in Game 1 on Thursday, but according to team sources, after he had a bad day Wednesday, he decided it was best for acting head coach Mike Brown to continue leading the team.

Brown urged Kerr to wait until game time to make a final decision about coaching Game 1, but Kerr felt he needed to string together several good days in a row before returning.

Kerr watched Game 1 with Los Angeles Lakers coach Luke Walton as Brown tallied his 11th consecutive victory with a 113-91 rout of his former team at Oracle Arena.

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Kerr implied earlier in the week that he was aiming to make a definitive decision on his status if unable to coach the opening game.

However, general manager Bob Myers told ESPN on Thursday that the Warriors are “not closing the door” on Kerr’s return this series and will remain patient to allow him the necessary time to recover, even it happens to occur deep into the series.

Kerr doesn’t want to be a distraction, but the team doesn’t view this situation as such and is committed to seeing the process through.

The 2015-16 coach of the year took an indefinite leave of absence during the middle of the first round to find a remedy for the migraines and nausea he has experienced stemming from back surgery almost two years ago.

Golden State is a perfect 13-0 in these playoffs, matching the longest winning streak in postseason history.

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WASHINGTON — Wizards forward Kelly Oubre Jr. was ejected after shoving Boston Celtics big man Kelly Olynyk in the second quarter of Game 3 of their Eastern Conference semifinal series on Thursday.

After Olynyk got whistled for an offensive foul for an illegal screen that left Oubre on the court, Oubre jumped up and rushed at Olynyk and shoved him as Olynyk argued the original call to a nearby referee.

Oubre reached across referee Monty McCutchen to deliver the shove that knocked Olynyk onto the floor. Oubre continued barking at Olynyk as McCutchen held him back before teammates separated the two players.

Oubre was assessed a flagrant 2 and ejected from the game, a 116-89 win that closed the Wizards’ deficit in the series to 2-1.
Washington’s Kelly Oubre Jr., left, was ejected for shoving Boston’s Kelly Olynyk in Game 3. EPA/MICHAEL REYNOLDS
The two players were immediately separated by players and security after the Oubre shove. Fans inside the Verizon Center chanted Oubre’s name as the referees reviewed the video.

The league reviews all flagrant fouls, and Oubre could face a suspension or fine for his actions.

Oubre’s incident with Olynyk came after Washington’s Ian Mahinmi got into a brief scuffle with Jonas Jerebko of the Celtics. Both players received technical fouls for their involvement, part of the eight total that were handed out Thursday night.

Prior to Game 3, Wizards stars John Wall and Bradley Beal both talked about being more physical in their series against Boston.

“We get fouled a lot, but it’s the playoffs,” Beal said. “We can’t complain, can’t be passive. We gotta push back.”

Wall’s backup, Brandon Jennings, made sure he kept pushing, as he got into a spat with Celtics reserve point guard Terry Rozier that ended with both men being ejected on double technicals in the fourth quarter.

The two had a brief flare-up near the Boston bench and kept barking at each other as play continued. Brad Stevens, the typically stoic coach of the Celtics, picked up a technical during the sequence for arguing the original technical call against Rozier. It was just the fifth technical foul in Stevens’ four-year NBA coaching career.

Not to be outdone, Wizards coach Scott Brooks also picked up a fourth-quarter technical.

Thursday’s game marked the first time since 2013 that an NBA playoff game featured at least eight technicals. The Bulls (six) and Heat (three) combined for nine total technicals in a game the Heat won 115-78.

The Wizards’ 27-point victory may be noted by all the extracurricular activity, but Celtics forward Gerald Green has only one thing in mind for the teams’ next game on Sunday.

“We gonna beat their ass in Game 4,” Green said.

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The Los Angeles Lakers and Philadelphia 76ers officially completed buyouts Monday with Jose Calderon and Andrew Bogut, respectively, and both players were released.

League sources told ESPN that Calderon is planning to sign with the Golden State Warriors provided he clears waivers Wednesday at 5 p.m. ET.
ESPN reported Sunday that the Cavs are the favorites to land Bogut after signing his former Mavericks teammate Deron Williams on Monday. David Zalubowski/AP Photo
Sources say Bogut, meanwhile, will speak to officials from the Cleveland Cavaliers, San Antonio Spurs, Houston Rockets and Boston Celtics before choosing his next team. He is also scheduled to clear waivers Wednesday at 5 p.m. ET.

ESPN reported Sunday that the Cavaliers are the favorites to land Bogut after signing the Australian big man’s former Dallas Mavericks teammate Deron Williams on Monday. Two Mavericks sources told ESPN’s Tim MacMahon that they expect Bogut to choose Cleveland after he talks to interested teams.

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Andrew Bogut — recently traded from the Dallas Mavericks — is negotiating his release from the Philadelphia 76ers and seeks to join the Cleveland Cavaliers, sources told ESPN.
Because both Calderon and Bogut were waived before Wednesday, they retain playoff eligibility with their next team.

Also waived Monday were New York Knicks guard Brandon Jennings and Brooklyn Nets forward Luis Scola.

Some key figures within the Warriors’ organization preferred Jennings, but the process was already too far along with Calderon.

ESPN’s Chris Haynes contributed to this report.