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Leonard-less Raptors dominate Warriors

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Lowry busts out of slump when Raptors need him most

With Kawhi Leonard out, the All-Star point guard posted his first back-to-back 20-point games of the season, leading Toronto to two blowout road wins.

Durant says Raptors are not up-and-coming, 'they're here'

Kevin Durant praises the Raptors for having a great mix of veteran, championship-like players to go along with the younger guys on the team.

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Lowry feeds Ibaka for dunk

Kyle Lowry bounces a pass to a driving Serge Ibaka, who finishes with a two-handed dunk.

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Lowry says Raptors stepped up in Kawhi's absence

Kyle Lowry expresses his thoughts on the Raptors huge win over the Warriors without Kawhi Leonard and how well he played tonight.

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Durant's 30 can't help Warriors in loss

Kevin Durant drops an impressive 30 points, but it wasn't enough as the Warriors lose big to the Raptors.

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Monroe backs down Livingston for and-1

Greg Monroe backs his way towards the basket and sinks a tough layup while drawing a foul on Shaun Livingston.

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Siakam drives baseline for circus shot

Kyle Lowry bounces a pass to Pascal Siakam, who goes baseline for an acrobatic reverse layup.

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Durant posterizes Ibaka

Kevin Durant dribbles behind his back, flies to the rim and throws down a thunderous one-handed dunk over Serge Ibaka.

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Valanciunas screams in pain after contact from Draymond

Draymond Green gets a part of Jonas Valanciunas' hand as he goes for the steal and Valanciunas seems to jam his fingers and screams in pain.

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Lowry uses shot fake for and-1

Kyle Lowry drives to the basket, uses a shot fake to draw contact and still manages to bank in his shot.

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Davis dominates down low in Pelicans' win

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Davis drops floater for 40 points

Anthony Davis gets by Paul George and then sinks a floater with the left hand to give him his 5th 40-point game this season.

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Abrines can't connect on potential game winner

Russell Westbrook kicks it out to Alex Abrines, who puts up a 3-point shot with 0.4 seconds left and misses, sending the Thunder to a 118-114 loss vs. the Pelicans.

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George flies to basket for and-1

Paul George drives to the basket for a layup while drawing a foul late in the fourth quarter.

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Davis takes open lane for hammer dunk

Tim Frazier bounces a pass to Anthony Davis, who glides to the basket for a monster one-handed jam.

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Davis rises up for putback dunk

Tim Frazier is off the mark with a short floater, but Anthony Davis jumps up to stuff it in with one-hand.

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Schroder nearly gets lob to go in

Dennis Schroder sends a long lob towards the basket that almost goes in by itself, but Hamidou Diallo tips it in at the last second.

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Davis rises above defenders for and-1

Jrue Holiday lobs a pass up to Anthony Davis, who jumps above two defenders and tips it in while drawing a foul.

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Davis emphatically finishes alley-oop

Jrue Holiday lobs a pass up to Anthony Davis, who rises up for a powerful two-handed slam late in the second quarter.

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Westbrook elevates for big block

Frank Jackson tries to sink a layup, but Russell Westbrook jumps high to swat the shot out of bounds.

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Who will draft a quarterback? How does Oakland use its three Day 1 picks? Todd McShay goes 1-32 in next year's draft.

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Barnwell: Meet the new master of the sideline angle

In his first year as a starter, the Chiefs quarterback is already the king of the best moment in football -- those magical seconds between a deep ball being thrown and the camera panning to its target.

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Kyrie's 38 power Celtics to OT win

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