Los Angeles Teams

Royce Young ESPN Staff Writer 

Westbrook flirted with a 20-20-20 night, but finished with *just* 17-18-17 in 35 minutes. The new guys, Taj Gibson and Doug McDermott, looked pretty comfortable in their debuts, putting up 20 combined. Andre Roberson added a career-high 19 as OKC beat the Lakers 110-93.

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Westbrook locks up triple-double early in third quarter (0:20)

Royce Young ESPN Staff Writer 

Russell Westbrook has his 28th triple-double of the season, 13-11-11 with 9:40 left in the third. Just needed 19 minutes of playing time to get it.

Ramona Shelburne ESPN Senior Writer 

Mayor of Inglewood, James T Butts says adding a basketball arena for the Clippers could delay the opening of the Rams football stadium in Inglewood by at least 18 months. "To introduce another element in it would require city approval and an EIR (environmental impact report) and that would set the project back by 18 months to two years, Butts told ESPN. "To add a basketball arena in there would stop everything right now."

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Westbrook sets up Adams for tough and-1 (0:21)

Baxter Holmes ESPN Staff Writer 

Lakers president of basketball operations Magic Johnson joins the team's in-game radio broadcast here in Oklahoma City. Lakers coach Luke Walton said he doesn't expect Johnson to attend many road games.

J.A. Adande ESPN Senior Writer 

Doc Rivers confirms that Chris Paul will play in tonight's game against San Antonio.

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Adams rockets no-look pass to Abrines (0:17)
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Billups, Rose have differing views on Draymond-Pierce drama (1:44)

Royce Young ESPN Staff Writer 

Victor Oladipo is out tonight with back spasms. Alex Abrines will start in his place.

Royce Young ESPN Staff Writer 

Enes Kanter is available tonight against the Lakers after missing the last few weeks with a broken arm. Victor Oladipo is a gametime decision with back spasms. Billy Donovan says Domantas Sabonis will start at power forward, and not the newly acquired Taj Gibson.

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Trash-talk battle winner: Draymond or Pierce? (1:27)
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Spurs favored on the road

The 43-13 Spurs are expected to beat the 35-22 Clippers in L.A. on Friday night, according to ESPN's BPI. San Antonio has already clinched its NBA-record 20th straight winning season. (10:30 p.m. ET on ESPN/WatchESPN)

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Where do the Clippers' true issues lie? (1:58)
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John Ireland on Lakers future plans

John Ireland, Lakers Commentator join Mornings with Keyshawn, Jorge and LZ to talk about the Le Batard / Morning Show conversation and Magic's executive abilities. He talks about the reboot of the Los Angeles Lakers organization by President of basketball operations Magic Johnson.

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Goodman: NBA deadline, draft prospects

Are the Lakers targeting UCLA's Lonzo Ball? Plus, ESPN NBA Analyst Jeff Goodman talks about the transformation of DeMarcus Cousins, possible draft prospects and explains why the Celtics decided not to make any changes to their roster.

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Be Honest: The Magic Johnson Effect

Ramona Shelburne and WNBA Champion Candace Parker join Cari Champion to discuss Magic Johnson's hiring by the Lakers and Jeanie Buss' dilemma. Parker also weighs in on Candice Wiggins' recent bullying comments about the WNBA.

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Clippers failing to capitalize on Lakers lull (1:52)
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Dubs were dynamite on the break

Golden State had a season-high 46 points in transition Thursday night, including 17 in the third quarter. The Warriors also finished with 31 assists, their league-best 37th game this season with at least 30 dimes; no other team has more than 10 30-assist games this season. (ESPN Stats & Info)

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Thorough third-quarter blitz in Oakland

The Warriors had more points in the third quarter than they did in the first two quarters combined, and more than the West All-Star team had in any quarter in Sunday's All-Star Game.