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Curry lights up first half in Chicago.

Steph Curry dazzles in the first half, racking up a game-high 19 first-half points, including three scores from downtown.

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Harrell Eurosteps into and-1 score in win.

Milos Teodosic comes up with a steal on defense and tosses it ahead to Montrezl Harrell, who finishes through contact to give the Clippers the lead.

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Ariza and Green to serve 2-game suspension for entering Clippers' locker room.

ESPN NBA Insider Adrian Wojnarowski reports that only Trevor Ariza and Gerald Green will be disciplined for the squabble between the Rockets and the Clippers on Monday night.

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Westbrook puts on a ballhandling clinic in win.

Russell Westbrook uses an array of dribbling moves before blowing by Corey Brewer for a layup as the Thunder get another victory against the Lakers.

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In two meetings against Oklahoma City without Lonzo Ball, the Lakers have lost by 37 and 24 points, respectively. The Lakers are now 0-8 when Ball is out. Besides Ball pushing the pace, creating ball movement and unselfish hockey assists on offense, the Lakers really miss their rookie point guard on defense. Entering tonight, the Lakers surrendered 107.8 points per game and 44.6% shooting with Ball. Without Ball, that swelled to 124.1 points and 51.9% shooting per game.

Ohm Youngmisuk, ESPN Staff Writer

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Stephen A: Davis would make Cavs favorites.

Stephen A. Smith says that if the Cavaliers were to make a trade for Anthony Davis, they would become favorites to win the NBA championship over the Warriors.

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Ejections late in Hornets-Wizards game leads to funny moment for Howard.

Michael Carter-Williams and Tim Frazier both get ejected after being restrained during the fourth quarter, then Dwight Howard is chosen to shoot the technicals and mocks the Wizards by making both.

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Markkanen locks down Curry.

Bulls rookie Lauri Markkanen stays with Steph Curry on defense, defending his drive and swatting his shot off Curry's head and out of bounds.

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Rose tells Pierce his comments on tribute are 'petty.'

Jalen Rose tells Paul Pierce that his not wanting to share his jersey retirement ceremony with Isaiah Thomas' return tribute is "petty."

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Woj: NBA 'not laughing' about Rockets-Clippers incident.

Adrian Wojnarowski joins SVP to talk about how the NBA should handle all the fights that keep occurring.

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Pierce: Cavs might be not make it out of the East.

Paul Pierce is concerned that Cleveland won't be facing the Warriors in the NBA Finals if they don't land a top 3 seed.

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Stephen A.: Cavs-Warriors rivalry 'nonexistent.'

Stephen A. Smith says the rivalry between Golden State and Cleveland is dying unless the Cavs can pull off a blockbuster trade.

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HS stars join some of NBA's best on McDonald's All-American roster.

Before they were NBA greats LeBron James, Michael Jordan, Kevin Durant and many others played in the McDonalds All American Game. Now some of the most highly-recruited players in the country will get their chance.

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First Take

Is Magic looking to move on from Walton?

Stephen A. Smith reads between the lines of Magic Johnson's public support of head coach Luke Walton in the wake of LaVar Ball's public criticism.

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Lonzo Ball's glaring weakness

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  • The passing fancy of Lonzo Ball

    The Lakers drafted Lonzo Ball to be the star of their post-Kobe era. There's just one (possibly insurmountable) problem: Dude can't score.

NBA Trade Machine

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  • Working out trade scenarios

    Wondering whether your favorite team could make a deal to land a superstar? Just enter the teams and players into our NBA Trade Machine and we'll tell you if the league's trade rules would allow it.