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Tim MacMahon ESPN Staff Writer 

If you're on a Texas road trip, you've gotta make a pit stop at a Buc-ee's, a big, ol' gas station and much more.

Tim MacMahon ESPN Staff Writer 

Halfway through the Texas 4-Step, headed from San Antonio back to Houston, so figured we might as well stop to check out the giant stag made of scrap metal in Converse, Texas. They call the big guy, who stand tall in a subdivision, "King of the Parc."

Bucci Mane @Buccigross

Record of Top-5 Teams Against Each Other This Season Spurs 9-1 Cavs 4-5 Rockets 4-6 Warriors 3-5 Celtics 3-6

Kevin Negandhi @KNegandhiESPN

Cavs now 1/2 back of the Celtics. November 9, 2015 was the last time the Cavs didn't hold or share first place in the Eastern Conference.

Justin Verrier ESPN Staff Writer 

Jrue Holiday on the Pelicans' approach to the stretch run now five games back of the eighth seed with eight to play: "We're still fighting every game. I don't think we rolled over today. I guess I know I didn't. I try to play hard as I can every game. We had this goal to come 2-1 out of this road trip. Unfortunately we didn't. I think we fought today, and that's all you could ask for."

Justin Verrier ESPN Staff Writer 

Pelicans lose 108-100 in Utah despite 36 points, 17 rebounds from Anthony Davis. NOLA is now 5 games back of 8th seed with 8 games to play.

ESPN Stats and Information  

Entering Monday, teams were 11-10,920 (.001 win pct) when trailing by 13+ points with under 4 minutes to play in the last 20 seasons. With the Kings making such a comeback against the Clippers Sunday, and the Thunder making one on Monday against the Mavericks, it's the 1st time teams have made these comebacks on back-to-backs nights over the last 20 seasons.

Tim MacMahon ESPN Staff Writer 

LeBron James on the Cavaliers slipping to second in the East behind the Celtics: "How much does it matter to me? It matters more that we're playing better basketball than where we're at, and if that results in us getting the number one seed, getting the number two seed, three or whatever the hell it is, I want us to be playing better basketball. That's what it comes down to. I'm not worried about anything. I feel like when we're playing Cavaliers basketball, when we're playing the type of basketball that we know we're capable of playing, when we're at full strength, we can start off on the road. We've done it before."

Royce Young ESPN Staff Writer 

Russell Westbrook on hitting the game-winner in front of Mark Cuban, and why his voice is hoarse:

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