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  1. Plymouth Raiders have nothing to lose, says Paul James

    Plymouth Raiders coach Paul James says his team have nothing to lose in their BBL Play-offs semi-final second leg at Leicester on Sunday.

    Bottom seeds Plymouth travel to the reigning champions trailing by just two points after the first leg ended 70-68.

    "We have nothing to lose. We've already exceeded expectations," James told BBC Sport. "The goal this season was just to make the play-offs."

    Read more here.

    Paul James
  2. How can I watch Leicester Riders v Plymouth Raiders?

    You can watch Leicester Riders v Plymouth Raiders in the BBL semi-final play-off live on the BBC Red Button, BBC Sport website, app, connected TV and iPlayer on Sunday, 12 May from 17:55-20:00.

    The game will also be available to watch in full on BBC iPlayer for 30 days.

    Leicester Riders
  3. Preview: Leicester Riders v Plymouth Raiders

    Tip-off: 18:00 BST

    Leicester Riders come into the second leg with a narrow 70-68 lead after Wednesday's tie.

    Tim Williams scored a game-high 19 points for the Riders and his contribution was the key to the team's reversal of Plymouth's seven-point lead.

    Plymouth Raiders have not beaten the Riders in any competition since 2012 so have a big test ahead of them when travelling to Leicester.

  4. Get Inspired: how to get into basketball

    Get Inspired

    #GetInspired

    Is basketball for me?

    Basketball can be played by people of any age, size or ability and with thousands of outdoor courts across the country - where you can play for free - there's plenty of places to practice if you don't fancy competing with a team.

    How do I start playing basketball?

    Find your local club by visiting England, Scotland, Wales and Northern Ireland Basketball Association websites.