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Clippers are shooting 60% from the line tonight...and that's without a single free throw attempt by DeAndre Jordan. Pacers up 79-69

Ian Begley ESPN Staff Writer 

Joakim Noah on DeMarcus Cousins after the Knicks' win over Sacramento, which featured a few flare ups between the two big men: "Boogie's tough. No question. He acts like he's your friend one minute, then one minute he gets a tech. He's an emotional roller-coaster." Noah delivered that last line with a laugh and added that Cousins is one of the best centers in the NBA.

Westbrook just likes to win

Russell Westbrook talks about what it feels like to record his fifth straight triple-double, the first player to do that since Michael Jordan.

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Davis just watches as Westbrook punishes the rim

Anthony Davis is a spectator when Russell Westbrook drives the lane and slams it home with authority.

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Marc Stein ESPN Senior Writer 

Bradley is Boston's top rebounder at 7.9 RPG, which puts him on pace to tie the single-season record for players listed 6-foot-2 or shorter.

Marc Stein ESPN Senior Writer 

Another compliment for Avery Bradley ... but maybe not so great for the Celtics given their well-chronicled rebounding concerns (1/2)

Ian Begley ESPN Staff Writer 

Kyle O'Quinn on his recent offensive rebounding prowess (10 in the last two games): "You just wanna play. You'll do anything."

Griffin and Jordan connect for alley-oop

Blake Griffin lobs the ball up to DeAndre Jordan in the final minutes of the first quarter as the Clips extend their lead over the Pacers.

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Royce Young ESPN Staff Writer 

Russell Westbrook on his fifth straight triple-double: "I just like to win, brother."

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Justin Verrier ESPN Staff Writer 

Anthony Davis had an X-ray taken after the game in Oklahoma City, according to league sources. Davis denied the account, but the Pelicans forward received treatment and a black wrap on his right foot at his locker before speaking to the media. Davis, who finished with 37 points and 15 rebounds in 43 minutes, appeared to be walking without a hobble in the locker room.

Ian Begley ESPN Staff Writer 

Jeff Hornacek, a baseball fan, says the Knicks' win against Sacramento was ugly but "it's a line drive in the scorebook, right?"

Marc Stein ESPN Senior Writer 

The Hawks are 1-9 since and sport the NBA's worst offensive efficiency (91.8 points per 100 possessions) and No. 22 defense in the same span

Marc Stein ESPN Senior Writer 

After beating the Bucks on Nov. 16, Atlanta was 9-2 and tied with the Cavaliers atop the East while sporting a scoring margin of +9.6 PPG.

Ian Begley ESPN Staff Writer 

Knicks 106, Kings 98: New York nearly blew a 20-point third-quarter lead but hung on late thanks to a few big shots from Carmelo Anthony (20 points). Derrick Rose had another strong floor game (20 points on 16 shots). He and Brandon Jennings carried the Knicks for long stretches. The club is two games over .509 this late in the season for the first time since 2012-13.

Ian Begley ESPN Staff Writer 

Matt Barnes gets a "Derek Fisher! Derek Fisher!" chants from the fans at MSG. Tough crowd.

Ian Begley ESPN Staff Writer 

The Kings are playing Hack-a-Noah and it's worked. Joakim Noah has missed all four of his free throws, giving Sacramento a chance to eat into a 5-point lead. Fortunately for the Knicks and Noah, the Kings have come up empty on both trips, one of which ended with a Kristaps Porzingis block.

Ian Begley ESPN Staff Writer 

Carmelo Anthony hits a 3-pointer with three minutes to go to give the Knicks a much-needed 5-point cushion. Anthony's just 7-for-18 but has taken shots within the flow of the offense tonight, giving teammates like Derrick Rose (20 points) and Brandon Jennings (15 points) a chance to make an impact.

Ian Begley ESPN Staff Writer 

Joakim Noah seems to be doing a pretty good job of getting into DeMarcus Cousins' head. They ended the last possession in a bit of a shoving match and will probably be whistled for double technicals.