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2019 Schedule
41-16, 1st in Pacific
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22hNick Friedell

Nets' Harris beats Stephen Curry for 3-point title

Brooklyn's Joe Harris made 12 consecutive shots during the final round to upset Golden State's Stephen Curry to win the 3-point contest at All-Star Saturday Night.


Running diary of All-Star Saturday Night

Brian Windhorst and Andrew Han trek to Charlotte for All-Star weekend, interviewing players participating in the festivities and keeping record of their discussions leading up to All-Star Saturday night.

Steph will likely make Seth pay up on 3-point bet (1:00)
Curry drains 10 straight, falls to Harris in finals (1:58)
Curry amped after hitting last 10 3-pointers (1:36)
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1dNick Friedell

Curry brothers place wager on 3-point contest

The Curry brothers have levied a wager for their head-to-head competition in Saturday night's NBA 3-point contest: Whoever loses must buy tickets for the entire Curry family anytime they play against each other for the remainder of their NBA careers.


What's at stake in the second-half?

What's at stake in the second-half?

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2dNick Friedell

Curry celebrates Davidson win in student section

Stephen Curry, in town for the NBA's All-Star Weekend in nearby Charlotte, jumped into the student section at his alma mater to join the celebration following Davidson's comeback victory Friday over Saint Joseph's.

Curry's mom lands half-court shot (0:42)
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2dNick Friedell

Steph's mom drains underhand half-court shot

Sonya Curry is used to seeing her son, Stephen, pull off trick shots that make fans go crazy. But Friday night she stole the spotlight after draining an underhand shot from half court.


Marc J. Spears The Undefeated 

Warriors All-Star guard Stephen Curry's mother, Sonya, nails underhand half court shot.

The Curry brothers' Charlotte connection (1:02)
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Warriors' Kerr fined $25K for berating official

Warriors coach Steve Kerr has been fined $25,000 by the NBA for "verbally abusing and confronting" a game official during Wednesday night's 129-107 loss to the Portland Trail Blazers.

Jackson: Draymond is getting a bad rap (1:20)
NBA refs earn criticism from all sides (1:33)
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4dNick Friedell

Kerr blasts ref over 'head-scratching' flagrant call

Warriors coach Steve Kerr was ejected after he spiked his clipboard and went off on officials for calling a flagrant foul on Draymond Green in the fourth quarter of Wednesday's loss to Portland.

Kerr 'shocked' by Draymond flagrant call led to ejection (0:44)
Kerr ejected as Lillard's 29 points lift Blazers (1:49)
Lillard: Blazers 'feel good' heading into All-Star break (1:02)
Kerr slams white board, gets tossed (0:57)
Lillard drains deep 3-pointer (0:15)
Thompson, Collins receive double techs (1:20)

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Points Per Game118.81st
Rebounds Per Game46.48th
Assists Per Game29.51st
Points Allowed111.7Tied-18th

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