— Cam Johnson and Cameron Payne both scored 19 points to lead the Phoenix Suns to their franchise-record 18th win in a row, beating the Detroit Pistons 114-103 on Thursday night.
- 10/13L 108-100
- 10/15W 112-108
- 10/20L 94-88
- 10/23L 97-82
- 10/25L 122-104
- 10/28L 110-102
- 10/30W 110-103
- 10/31L 117-91
- 11/2L 117-89
- 11/4L 109-98
- 11/5L 96-90
- 11/10W 112-104
- 11/12L 98-78
- 11/13W 127-121
- 11/15L 129-107
- 11/17W 97-89
- 11/19L 105-102
- 11/21L 121-116
- 11/23L 100-92
- 11/24L 114-93
- 11/26L 107-96
- 11/28L 110-106
- 11/30L 110-92
- 12/2L 114-103
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— Ben McLemore found out when he came to the Moda Center on Tuesday afternoon that he'd likely be seeing playing time for the Trail Blazers.
The Suns are riding a 16-game winning streak into back-to-back matchups against the league-best Warriors. Who takes the top spot?
— LeBron James and Isaiah Stewart had no Round 2 in the Lakers' rematch with the Pistons.
Kevin Pelton answers your burning questions, including one surrounding the LeBron James-Isaiah Stewart dustup ahead of Detroit's game at Los Angeles on Sunday.
— Reggie Jackson scored 21 points and the Los Angeles Clippers got back on track with a 107-96 victory over the lowly Detroit Pistons on Friday.
— Tyler Herro had 31 points and eight rebounds as the Miami Heat rallied to beat the Detroit Pistons 100-92 on Tuesday night.
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LeBron James has been suspended one game for striking Isaiah Stewart in the face. Stewart has been suspended two games.
CP3 and Phoenix have won 12 straight games, but can they knock off Steph, Draymond and Golden State?
Rex Ryan tells us about his conversation with Jets head coach Robert Saleh and why he is now the right guy to turn the franchise around. Plus, was LeBron's punch dirty? And there's a double standard in Cleveland.
Key and Jay are on opposite sides of the debate on LeBron's punch on Isaiah Stewart being dirty or an accident. Plus, why the Bears should throw everything at Ryan Day.
— LeBron James was ejected for drawing blood from Isaiah Stewart's face, sending the superstar to the locker room early in the third quarter and leaving his teammates to pick up the slack.
Isaiah Stewart had to be held back multiple times as he tried to confront LeBron James after the Lakers superstar hit the Pistons center in the face.
— Jordan Poole and Andrew Wiggins made the most of their opportunity to step up as scorers in Stephen Curry's absence.