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Chris Haynes ESPN Staff Writer 

Charlotte to sign guard Briante Weber to 10-day contract, league sources tell ESPN. Weber recently completed two 10-days with Golden State.

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ICYMI: "I want him to be a Laker, but I wasn't saying he's only going to play for the Lakers." –LaVar Ball

Ian Begley ESPN Staff Writer 

Why did Carmelo Anthony have an angry reaction to his game-winner against Philly? "I think it was more of an emotion of what was occurring up until that point, while we was in that situation. It came down to me making that shot when it shouldn't have come down to that."

Marc Stein ESPN Senior Writer 

Golden State has emerged as the strong favorite to sign vet guard Jose Calderon if he secures a buyout from the Lakers, league sources say.

Ian Begley ESPN Staff Writer 

Carmelo Anthony breaks down his game-winner: "Just some space and a good look at the rim. I think I jabbed him a little bit. He bit for it. Once I had that clear path it was just a matter of me getting the space that I want and the vision I want at the basket. At that point it was a matter of making the shot."

Ian Begley ESPN Staff Writer 

Courtney Lee estimates that he lost around 20 pounds while dealing with a stomach virus toward the end of the All-Star break.

Ethan Sherwood Strauss ESPN Staff Writer 

Steve Kerr just informed point guard Briante Weber that he's going to be cut. Adds that the Warriors will be adding a point guard free agent

Dave McMenamin ESPN Staff Writer 

Kyle Korver explained his right knee injury scare, which turned out to be a bruise: "I'm feeling fortunate. I feel like that could've been a lot worse. It was really scary. I landed kind of straight legged and got hit, and you've seen a lot of bad injuries when that happens. But, I think it's going to be OK. Structurally it's fine, just bruised." When asked how much time he might miss, he said: "I don't like to miss games, so ..."

Nick Friedell ESPN Staff Writer 

This stat comes from Jacob Nitzberg of ESPN Stats and Information: "Since Michael Jordan joined the Bulls, there has only been 1 instance with 2 Bulls having a triple-double in the same game. Michael and Scottie Pippen each had a triple-double in an OT win over the Clippers on Jan. 3, 1989."

Nick Friedell ESPN Staff Writer 

Dwyane Wade, when asked what he said to Cris Felicio, after Felicio grabbed the rebound that would have given Wade a triple double at the end of the game: "I told him I'm not going to even act like I ain't mad at him," Wade said. "I'm very mad at him. It's all good. He said he didn't see me down there, took a shot at my height. But it's cool. Jimmy got one. It would have been to have two guys get a triple double. I'm sure a stat would have came out that would have said Dwyane Wade and Jimmy Butler are the first duo to get a triple double on a back-to-back since Michael Jordan and Scottie Pippen, since they got every record around here. It would have definitely been out there, we laugh about that often but it's all good. I just got to work harder to get another one."

Calvin Watkins ESPN Staff Writer 

In a game where a combined nine starters scored in double-figures, the Wolves Brandon Russ failed to score in 33 minutes.