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Warriors lead in Houston

James Harden gets past Steph Curry, drives through the paint and throws down a one-handed slam as the Rockets cut into the Warriors' lead in the second quarter.

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McAdoo leaves game with head injury.

Houston's Trevor Ariza falls on James Michael McAdoo causing McAdoo to hit his head hard on the court. He comes up bleeding and runs off to the locker room.

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Giannis finds the rim.

Between two defenders, Giannis Antetokounmpo throws down a one-handed slam.

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Jones, Dunn connect for alley-oop.

Tyus Jones throws it up to Kris Dunn, who throws down the two-handed slam.

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Marcellus Wiley goes one-on-one with Lonzo Ball.

The NBA draft prospect and SportsNation host square off against each other in basketball on the SportsNation set.

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When can we expect a female head coach in the NBA?

Sarah Spain, Jane McManus and Kate Fagan join SC6 to discuss how soon we can expect to see a woman head coach in the NBA.

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Stephen A. remains unconcerned about Cavs in East.

Despite a recent rough stretch, Stephen A. Smith still expects the Cavaliers to coast to the NBA Finals.

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Ball wants to be the 'best player to ever play.'

Lonzo Ball shares his advice for his younger brothers before they head to UCLA and what his goals are for the NBA.

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Celtics close gap on Cavs.

While the Cavaliers have been struggling on defense, the Celtics are riding a four-game win streak and have tied Cleveland for first place in the Eastern Conference.

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On this date: MJ drops 55 points at MSG.

Michael Jordan posted the famous "double-nickel" performance in his fifth game back from retirement in 1995, dropping 55 in a win over the Knicks at Madison Square Garden.

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