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Draymond leaves game in apparent pain

Draymond Green steps on DeMarcus Cousins' foot, and falls to the ground clearly in pain.


Tucker banks in triple at the buzzer

After Andre Iguodala's 3-pointer beats the shot clock, PJ Tucker tops him by banking a trey to end the third quarter.


Cousins assessed a technical foul

DeMarcus Cousins is frustrated no foul is called before Eric Gordon's 3-pointer and has words for the ref before getting a technical foul.


CP3 gets 9,000th career assist

Chris Paul's 11th assist of the first half on a basket by Kenneth Faried, gives Paul 9,000 assists for his career.


Iguodala flicks up finger roll to beat buzzer

Steph Curry fires a pass to Andre Iguodala, who catches and flips the ball in the hoop in one motion before the half ends.


Durant hits off-balance and-1

Kevin Durant gets bumped by Nene and is still able to knock down the shot plus the foul.


CP3's nice assist cancelled out by two Warriors quick baskets

Chris Paul threads the needle on an assist to Gerald Green, but the Warriors follow that up with two quick baskets on sloppiness by Houston.


CP3 too much to handle for Cousins on layup

Chris Paul takes advantage of the mismatch on DeMarcus Cousins, as he blows by him for the layup.


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Big names. Guys on the apology tour. And, well, Tiger. The leaderboard at the WGC-Mexico Championship sets up a compelling weekend.

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Ja Morant puts up double-double in win


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