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Michael C. Wright ESPN Staff Writer 

Danny Green on the comeback win over OKC.

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Bobby Marks ESPN 

Confirmed salary on the Robert Covington renegotiation and extension is: $16,698,103, $10,464,092, $11,301,219, $12,138,345 and $12,975,471. The total represents $62M in new money (not including his original $1.57M salary for this season).

Michael C. Wright ESPN Staff Writer 

Pau Gasol on San Antonio's 23-point comeback win over Oklahoma City.

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Zach Lowe @

Enjoyed fired up Pau Gasol tonight. Danny Green gets better every season. Bertans is jumpy on D, but his shooting changed that game.

Nick Friedell ESPN Staff Writer 

Despite 47 points from Kemba Walker, Bulls pull out a 123-120 win over the Charlotte Hornets. Best game of Kris Dunn's brief Bulls career. He finishes with 22 points, seven assists and five rebounds. Bulls pick up their third win of the season.

Ian Begley ESPN Staff Writer 

Tim Hardaway Jr. left tonight's game with a sore right foot but the club says x-rays were negative.

Ian Begley ESPN Staff Writer 

Kristaps Porzingis struggles with his shot against Toronto and finished with just 13 points in the Knicks' blowout loss.

Nick Friedell ESPN Staff Writer 

Kris Dunn having a nice game for the Bulls. Shooting with more confidence — 7/13 from the field — for 16 points. The Bulls' future changes if Dunn can start knocking down a jumper more consistently.

Nick Friedell ESPN Staff Writer 

Kemba Walker is absolutely torching the Bulls. He has 35 points through three quarters — getting pretty much whatever shot he wants. Walker is playing an efficient game: 13-for-20 from the field, five rebounds and four assists.

Ian Begley ESPN Staff Writer 

Knicks have gotten no closer than ten tonight in the second half. Tim Hardaway, Kristaps Porzingis check in 7 minutes to play and New York down 13.

Ian Begley ESPN Staff Writer 

All Knicks not named Jarrett Jack have missed 37 of 43 shots tonight against Toronto.

Dave McMenamin ESPN Staff Writer 

Doc Rivers on the difference between 23-year-old and (soon to be) 33-year-old LeBron James: "I don't see a difference except for he's smarter. I'm amazed, really. We were laughing about it, it wasn't so funny to us watching film. Most players when they get to his age are smart enough now they see everything. But usually when they get to that age, they're too old to do anything about it. Kevin McHale had that comment. ‘If I had the knowledge now but my body at 22, I would have been the greatest player of all time.' LeBron has the knowledge of all those years and he's still top two, three athletic in the league. He has both going for him. He can beat you with his brain, he can beat you with his power. It's a daunting task when you watch him on film."

Ian Begley ESPN Staff Writer 

Toronto reels off a 20-5 run and is up 19. This will be a good test for Jeff Hornacek and the young Knicks. Will they lay down on the road or tweak their approach at halftime and compete in the second half?

Zach Lowe @

Whoa boy, the 2nd quarter Justise Winslow just had.

Ian Begley ESPN Staff Writer 

Knicks backcourt is having a tough time with Kyle O'Quinn and DeMar DeRozan and Kristaps Porzingis has missed his first 6 shots. That's why Toronto is up 18 early in the second quarter.

Bobby Marks ESPN 

The Delon Wright injury (dislocated right shoulder) is a tough blow to an improved Raptors bench. Toronto does have a roster spot open but are only $1M below the tax. Fred VanVleet is now the Raptors lone backup point guard until Wright returns.