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Thompson to Livingston to Iguodala for reverse slam, boom

Two of the top teams in the West renew their rivalry, as Golden State visits Los Angeles, live on ESPN and streaming on the ESPN App/WatchESPN.

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Crawford's no-look rainbow 3 beats the buzzer (0:25)
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LeBron, Cavaliers rout Rose-less Knicks

The Knicks were without Derrick Rose on Wednesday night, but it may not have made a difference as LeBron & Co. rolled to an easy win in MSG.

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LeBron tries the water bottle challenge... during the game (0:27)
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Doris Burke confused by Drake's advances (1:50)
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Larry Bird sets Boston record with 60-point performance (1:37)
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Should NBA accommodate marijuana use? (2:56)
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LeBron believes Westbrook is capable of averaging a triple-double (1:00)
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Can the Clippers stop the Warriors? (0:59)
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Are Klay, KD more vital to Warriors than Steph? (1:52)
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Should Klay have gone for more points? (1:03)
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Doc on outburst: 'That's not who I am' (1:23)

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Ian Begley ESPN Staff Writer 

Here's what Carmelo Anthony said when asked about Phil Jackson's assertion that he has a tendency to hold the ball too much: "I just don't even want to talk about that, what he's talking about exactly. I want to stay away from that at this point. My focus is my teammates and winning. We've been playing great basketball and that's the only thing I'm focused on. Whatever Phil said he said it. I have nothing to say about that."

Tim MacMahon ESPN Staff Writer 

Harrison Barnes on Mavs' blowout loss to Kings: "It was disservice to us as teammates, it was a disservice to the coaching staff who put in work and it was a disservice to the fans that came here tonight."

Stephen A Smith @stephenasmith

Line of the night just uttered by Mark Jackson: LEBRON & His Friends went into New York and handled their business! Haaaaa! Beautiful!

Tim MacMahon ESPN Staff Writer 

The media was ushered out of the Mavs' locker room much earlier than usual as the players and coaching staff gathered for a meeting.

Tim MacMahon ESPN Staff Writer 

The transcript from Rick Carlisle's press conference following the Kings' rout of the Mavs:

Curry Burns by Former Teammate for layup

Steph Curry takes the inbounds pass and goes all the way past Marreese Speights for a bucket in the first quarter. The Warriors have a big lead on the Clippers in the second quarter on ESPN.

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Arash Markazi ESPN Senior Writer 

Olympic gold medalist Simone Biles is at the Clippers-Warriors game.

Ohm Youngmisuk ESPN Staff Writer 

Some of the Cavaliers on the bench tried killing time during the blowout win over the Knicks by playing a water bottle challenge. Kyrie Irving explained that the challenge is a "social media craze." "If you land it you're like a legend," Irving said. "I was trying to put my mark on the water bottle challenge."

Arash Markazi ESPN Senior Writer 

Update: Clippers president Gillian Zucker upgrades Rev. Jesse Jackson. All is well in Lob City.

Ian Begley ESPN Staff Writer 

Carmelo Anthony was pretty annoyed by questions about Phil Jackson saying he holds on to the ball too much. He didn't want to answer the questions. He said he didn't know what Phil said, but I'm guessing he did. "Whatever Phil said, he said. I have nothing to say about that."

Arash Markazi ESPN Senior Writer 

A solid celebrity look-a-like at the Clippers-Warriors game.

Arash Markazi ESPN Senior Writer 

Chris Rock and Jesse Jackson are talking in between the quarters. Maybe Rev. Jackson can get upgraded.

Arash Markazi ESPN Senior Writer 

Warriors 37, Clippers 19 at the end of the first quarter. Warriors have led 20 and doubled up the Clippers in the paint (22-10).

Chris Haynes ESPN.com 

After one, Warriors taking over Staples with a 37-19 lead on Clippers. So far, Los Angeles proving much hasn't changed.

Arash Markazi ESPN Senior Writer 

Jesse Jackson is at the Clippers-Warriors game and is trying to get down courtside.

Jordan throws down vicious putback

DeAndre Jordan cleans up Luc Mbah a Moute's miss with this emphatic slam. The Warriors lead the Clippers 29-15 late in the first quarter.

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Jaylen Brown dunks over Vucevic

The Celtics rookie shows off his leaping ability as he elevates to slam on the Magic's Nikola Vucevic.

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