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Westbrook ties MJ with 7th straight triple-double

Russell Westbrook matched Michael Jordan for the longest triple-double streak since 1989 with his seventh straight in a loss Friday night to the Rockets.

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Dekker emphatically slams it home over Kanter (0:30)
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Chriss flies in for the monster slam (0:30)
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Porzingis shows off the handles (0:17)
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JVG: Westbrook's relentlessness more important than stats (1:17)
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Shumpert wows Cleveland with reverse slam (0:24)
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Hamilton remembers playing with MJ on Wizards (2:20)
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On this date: Washington punches Tomjanovich (1:17)
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Who has more leverage, Phil or Melo? (2:07)
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Who has the biggest ego on the Knicks? (2:02)
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Steph's sneaky pass sets up Draymond splash (0:20)
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Durant slams, sticks his tongue out (0:21)
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DeRozan appears out of nowhere for a one-handed putback (0:23)
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Sharing the swagger with Love

It's tough to feel great when you're dealing with cancer. But for one night, Kevin Love is working to help them at least look great -- and have fun doing it.

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Cousins nearly hits miracle game-tying shot

After Carmelo Anthony misses two free throws that would have iced the game, DeMarcus Cousins nearly sinks a three-quarter court tying shot against the Knicks. New York defeated Sacramento 103-100.

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Ian Begley ESPN Staff Writer 

Knicks 103, Kings 100: Knicks survive a near disastrous ending to begin their 5-game road trip with a win. DeMarcus Cousins' prayer shot from about 55 feet away hit front rim and NYK walked off the floor with a win. as Carmelo Anthony delivered on his wish to put the Knicks blowout loss to the Cavs in the rear-view mirror. Anthony had 33 points to help lift New York (13-10) to a win two nights after a 32-point loss to the Cavs c

Bledsoe makes the extra pass to set up Len's dunk

Phoenix's Eric Bledsoe feeds Alex Len down low and the big man finishes with the flush in the fourth quarter.

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Calvin Watkins ESPN Staff Writer 

James Harden said the Rockets earned a gutsy win over the Thunder.

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Ian Begley ESPN Staff Writer 

Strong minutes from a Knicks reserve unit that included Kyle O'Quinn, Justin Holiday and Lance Thomas. They help the Knicks build a 5-point lead with 7:30 to play in Sacramento.

Calvin Watkins ESPN Staff Writer 

Patrick Beverley jokes about his chest bump with coach Mike D'Antoni.

Calvin Watkins ESPN Staff Writer 

Rockets coach Mike D'Antoni said Patrick Beverley brings a winning spirit to his team.

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Westbrook blows off talk of seven straight triple-doubles

Russell Westbrook has nothing to say when asked about becoming the first player since Michael Jordan to record seven straight triple-doubles.

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Chriss flies in for the monster slam

Phoenix's Marquese Chriss jets through the lane to take the feed from Devin Booker and sends in the one-handed slam in the third quarter against the Lakers.

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Ian Begley ESPN Staff Writer 

Carmelo Anthony surpasses the 23,000-point mark in the first half against the Kings. He's the 5th active player to reach the mark, joining Dirk Nowitzki, Paul Pierce, LeBron James and Vince Carter. Anthony is 29th on the overall scoring list, less than 150 points behind Elgin Baylor.

Ian Begley ESPN Staff Writer 

Carmelo Anthony has 23 first-half points on 8-for-13 shooting. He said he didn't want the Knicks to let the Cleveland loss linger and he's done all he can to make that happen in the first half tonight. Knicks are up 54-53 at the half against Sacramento.

Melo drops 15 first-quarter points

Carmelo Anthony is on fire in the first quarter, going 6-of-8 from the field for 15 points in the opening period against the Kings.

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Randle goes coast-to-coast for the and-1

Julius Randle grabs the rebound, then looks like a point guard as he goes coast-to-coast, hits the layup and draws the foul in the first quarter against the Suns.

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Ian Begley ESPN Staff Writer 

Carmelo Anthony is red hot early on, with 15 points in the first quarter. Kristaps Porzingis has hit just one of his first seven shots, so the Knicks may need a big night from Anthony to walk off the floor with a win.