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Bell's oop to himself impresses Curry, Durant.

Jordan Bell flies down the court and throws the ball off the backboard for a slam, bringing Kevin Durant and Steph Curry to their feet.

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Simmons records first triple-double.

Ben Simmons registers 21 points, 12 rebounds and 10 assists, becoming the first player since Hambone Williams in 1967 to score a triple-double within his first 4 career games.

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Curry comforts Devin Harris' nephew after loss of father.

Ahead of the Warriors' matchup against the Mavericks, Steph Curry hugs and comforts Brayden Harris, Mavericks guard Devin Harris' nephew. Brayden lost his father in a car accident last week.

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Wade becoming bench player for first time in career.

Brian Windhorst reacts to Dwyane Wade asking Tyronn Lue to come off bench instead of being in the starting lineup.

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Post Malone takes in Mavs game with Cuban.

Rapper Post Malone sits courtside with Dallas owner Mark Cuban.

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Lonzo nearly records triple-double in loss to Pelicans.

Lonzo Ball shines with his passing as he records 13 assists, eight points and eight rebounds in a loss to the Pelicans.

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