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Chris Haynes ESPN Staff Writer 

Steve Kerr on Donald Trump and LaVar Ball fued: "Two people seeking attention and they're both getting it." Asked if it's possible if we stop covering both.

Chris Haynes ESPN Staff Writer 

Omri Casspi will receive the start tonight against Brooklyn in place of Kevin Durant.

Chris Haynes ESPN Staff Writer 

Kevin Durant (ankle sprain) will be ruled as day-to-day, I'm told. Warriors' next game is Wednesday at OKC.

Ian Begley ESPN Staff Writer 

Kristaps Porzingis is shooting 34% over his last 3 games. Jeff Hornacek isn't too concerned about it. "Didn't Aaron Judge kind of just go through this? So relax, people," he said with a smile. "He be alright just like Aaron Judge."

Chris Haynes ESPN Staff Writer 

Golden State Warriors forward Kevin Durant has a left ankle sprain and will not play tonight against the Brooklyn Nets.

Chris Forsberg ESPN Staff Writer 

Kyrie Irving on return to mask: "Didn't see me take it off as much, so that's a positive. I could see just a little bit more of the crowd tonight; the eye holes were a little bit bigger. The basket looked a little bit better."


Coley Harvey ESPN Staff Writer 

With the Warriors' offense, Ben Simmons and the Sixers knew the possibility of a Golden State comeback was real.


Adrian Wojnarowski ESPN 

After missing five consecutive games on Clippers eight-game losing streak, guard Patrick Beverley is planning his return against Knicks on Monday, league sources tell ESPN. He's been out with a sore right knee.

Coley Harvey ESPN Staff Writer 

What did playing the Warriors twice in a week show Brett Brown? "That you're not that far off. They are the clear-cut league's best, but we can play with them."

Coley Harvey ESPN Staff Writer 

Sixers coach Brett Brown believes fatigue from the recent West Coast trip contributed to the third-quarter disparity that led to his team's loss Saturday ... but so did his opponent. "They're the NBA champion with all four All-Stars, and we felt every one of them tonight."

Chris Haynes ESPN Staff Writer 

After allowing Sixers to score 47 in first quarter, Warriors return the favor with their own 47 total in the third. Sixers only scored 15. Golden State lead 99-89.