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Tim MacMahon ESPN Staff Writer 

Grizzlies center Marc Gasol (left foot strain) will not play against the Warriors.

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Thunder guard Russell Westbrook now has 36 triple-doubles this season, 5 shy of Oscar Robertson's single-season record (1961-62). Robertson also has the most 30-point triple-doubles with 24. Westbrook has 18, tied with Robertson (1963-64) for 2nd place (via Elias Sports Bureau).

Tim MacMahon ESPN Staff Writer 

James Harden is all smiles despite the black tape on his sore left wrist as he socializes on his way out of the Toyota Center.

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Justin Verrier ESPN Staff Writer 

DeMarcus Cousins (right ankle sprain) will not play tonight in Denver, per Pelicans coach Alvin Gentry.

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Teams leading by at least 18 points in the final 5 minutes are 359-1 this season. The Clippers' loss on Sunday is the only loss.

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The Clippers blew an 18-point lead with 5 minutes remaining against the Kings. The Clippers missed their final 9 field goal attempts of the game, and were outscored 22-3 in that stretch.

Tim MacMahon ESPN Staff Writer 

Coach Billy Donovan keeps stressing that inconsistency of focus and effort killed the Thunder defensively against the explosive Rockets.

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Kemba Walker's 31-point performance vs. the Suns on Sunday marked his 50th 20-point game of the season, a career-high of such games for Walker and the third-most in a single season in Hornets history (tied with Jason Richardson).

Tim MacMahon ESPN Staff Writer 

The Rockets' Red Rowdies are rocking after Houston rolled over the Thunder.

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Lawrence Murray ESPN.com 

Chris Paul misses potential game-winning jumper at the horn to complete epic collapse vs. Kings. Sacramento made 9 of their last 11 shots, while Clippers miss their last 9 shots. Kings win 98-97 after going on 22-3 run in last 5:16 of game.

Calvin Watkins ESPN Staff Writer 

James Harden was down for a few moments after scoring on a drive with 38.2 seconds left. He got up holding his left wrist as he walked off the court with two trainers. Harden didn't return but after the game he talked to Lisa Salters with his wrist wrapped in a bandage.

Tim MacMahon ESPN Staff Writer 

The fans who aren't fleeing for the exits held their breath as James Harden stayed down on the floor for several seconds after his dagger drive. "MVP! MVP!" the fans chanted as Harden finally got on his feet.

Lawrence Murray ESPN.com 

Kings were down 94-76 with 5:16 left. Now lead Clippers 98-97 with 1.8 left.

Lawrence Murray ESPN.com 

Kings have made their last 8 shots as part of 20-3 run. Clippers up 97-96, 1:00 left

Tim MacMahon ESPN Staff Writer 

Ho-hum, Russell Westbrook has another 30-point triple-double. A more relevant stat this afternoon: The Rockets have four 20-plus-point scorers.

Nick Friedell ESPN Staff Writer 

Much needed win for Bulls. After losing to Philly at home on Friday they respond with a win over a Bucks team that has dominated them all year. Jimmy Butler finishes with a career high 14 assists. Bulls played one of their best 2nd halves in a while.

Royce Young ESPN Staff Writer 

Russell Westbrook with his 36th triple-double of the season: 26-10-11 with 5:29 left. Five away from tying Oscar, 10 games to go.

Tim MacMahon ESPN Staff Writer 

You can always count on a couple of extracurricular moments between Pat Beverley and Russell Westbrook. In this case, it was initiated by Westbrook, whose knocked Beverley to the floor while committing a frustrating foul and pretended Beverley didn't exist as the feisty Rockets guard expressed his displeasure

Calvin Watkins ESPN Staff Writer 

Rockets reached 100 points during third quarter, Lou Williams, Trevor Ariza and Eric Gordon went off. James Harden closes the quarter with a 3 at the buzzer. Rockets rolling past the Thunder.

Tim MacMahon ESPN Staff Writer 

James Harden tore the roof off the Toyota Center by drilling a deeeeeep pull-up 3 at the buzzer to end the third quarter. The crowd went crazy as Harden popped his jersey in celebration. Down 25, the Thunder are on the wrong end of yet another nationally televised blowout, a disturbing trend for OKC with the playoffs around the corner.