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With two weeks left in the NBA regular season, ESPN's BPI leans heavily toward the Warriors regaining their title -- though they'll win "only" 60-something games this season.

Nick Friedell ESPN Staff Writer 

The Niko Mirotic March show continues. He's 3/3 and already has 10 points in five minutes against the Cavs. He has really trusted himself on the floor over the last few weeks.

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Anthony Davis and DeMarcus Cousins have formed one of the best statistical duos in the NBA, but the Pelicans are just 6-8 with both players on the floor.

Justin Verrier ESPN Staff Writer 

Alexis Ajinca listed as questionable for tomorrow's game against the Kings with a hip injury.

Ian Begley ESPN Staff Writer 

Kristaps Porzingis on what went wrong for the Knicks this season: "We didn't do it from the beginning the right way." More here:

Ian Begley ESPN Staff Writer 

Whoa. Scottie Pippen says on ESPN's The Jump that Phil Jackson, his old coach, hasn't put the right pieces on the floor in New York and surmises that Phil should go. He also feels bad for Carmelo Anthony. We've heard that criticism from others but, coming from Pippen, it certainly carries some weight.

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James Harden ranks second in the NBA in points and first in assists. He can become the fourth player in NBA history to rank in the top-two of both in a season, joining Tiny Archibald, Oscar Robertson (twice) and Bob Cousy.

Justin Verrier ESPN Staff Writer 

The Pelicans formally announce that Omer Asik (illness) and Quincy Pondexter (left knee) are out for the rest of the season. Asik, whose illness is described as a gastrointestinal infection in the release, is expected to return to basketball activities in 3-4 weeks. No timeline was provided for Pondexter, who will miss two full seasons and hasn't played in an NBA game since the 2015 postseason.

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The Cleveland Cavaliers play their 12th road game of March tonight, most in a month in franchise history. With Cleveland at 6–9 overall this month, LeBron James is in danger of having the second month of his career with double-digit losses. The only one came in his first full month in the NBA in November 2003, according to Elias Sports Bureau research.