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2019 Schedule
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1dRichard Jefferson, as told to Dave McMenamin

Richard Jefferson: I'm going to miss dunking on people

In his own words, recently retired Richard Jefferson reflects on the 2016 NBA Finals, the best coach he played for, his early days with the Nets and what he'll miss most.

2d

Davis, Randle lead Pelicans past Spurs, 140-126

Anthony Davis had 29 points and nine rebounds, Julius Randle added 21 points, 14 rebounds and 10 assists in 25 minutes, and the New Orleans Pelicans won their third straight with a 140-126 victory over the San Antonio Spurs on Monday night.

DeRozan hits off-balance layup after tripping (0:21)
AP Photo/Eric Gay
3dNick Friedell

Kerr: Warriors now in 'the real NBA' after dream

After a third straight loss and fourth in five games, Steve Kerr admitted the Golden State Warriors are going through their toughest regular-season stretch in his four-plus years as coach.

DeRozan, Aldridge deal Warriors third straight loss (1:34)
Aldridge stuffs Jones' layup attempt (0:17)
DeRozan drives past Durant for floater (0:19)
DeRozan's long pass sets up Mills for layup (0:27)
Durant gets blocked, then gets T'd up (0:22)
Bench erupts after Gay's monster dunk (0:21)

Michael C. Wright ESPN Staff Writer 

Spurs coach Gregg Popovich on what Steve Kerr will add to his USA Basketball staff: "Well, he's a huge help. He's obviously very talented, but not just in O's and X's. He's a very wise individual, and sees the big picture in a lot of different ways both on and off the court. So his intelligence, his counsel, his humor, are all qualities that will be very enjoyable in pressure-packed situations. So we're very, very lucky to have him available to be able to do that."

DeRozan drops 34, but Spurs still fall (1:15)
DeRozan spins for perfect bucket (0:19)
DeRozan hits nifty layup (0:20)
DeRozan soars for two-handed slam (0:19)
Jackson soars for block while falling to the ground (0:15)
9d

Kings hold on to end 14-game losing streak to Spurs

Iman Shumpert made a tiebreaking jumper with 4:05 remaining, De'Aaron Fox and Nemanja Bjelica followed with 3-pointers and the Sacramento Kings pulled away to beat San Antonio 104-99 on Monday night, ending a 14-game losing streak to the Spurs.

DeRozan goes up and under for fast-break bucket (0:16)
DeRozan shakes Shumpert for and-1 (0:15)
DeRozan spins for turnaround jumper (0:15)

Team Stats

Points Per Game108.818th
Rebounds Per Game45.415th
Assists Per Game22.919th
Points Allowed109.713th

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Team History

YEARWLPCT
2018-1988.500
2017-184735.573
2016-176121.744
2015-166715.817
2014-155527.671