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ESPN's Shelley Smith having tests after scare at Warriors

Associated Press logo Associated Press 5/15/2017 By JANIE McCAULEY, AP Sports Writer

OAKLAND, Calif. (AP) — ESPN reporter Shelley Smith says she is doing well and undergoing tests at an East Bay hospital Sunday night for stroke symptoms after a scare in the Golden State locker room following the Warriors' 113-111 victory over San Antonio in Game 1 of the Western Conference finals.

Smith shared details with The Associated Press via text message and reports "I'm good" after the ordeal, which she said is being evaluated as a possible "stroke." Fortunately, a Golden State team doctor was nearby and Smith was immediately moved to the training room to be attended to by the medical staff.

Smith — a regular at Golden State playoff games and practices in recent seasons — shared a photo of herself smiling via social media saying: "I'm good!!! Waiting for test results! Thankyou everyone!!"

Dan Martinez, the Warriors' public relations director, posted on Twitter crediting the fast-acting staff around during the frightening moment. "Thankful to work around such talented & caring people," he wrote.

On Saturday, the Los Angeles Daily News featured breast cancer survivor Smith in an uplifting Mother's Day story.

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