Our experts break down the new rankings and where the Warriors and Suns fall after splitting a pair of matchups last week.
- 10/21W 137-95
- 10/23L 102-91
- 10/25W 107-90
- 10/27W 106-93
- 10/29W 114-99
- 10/30W 129-103
- 11/2W 125-110
- 11/4L 95-78
- 11/6W 118-115
- 11/8L 113-96
- 11/10L 120-117
- 11/11L 112-109
- 11/13W 111-105
- 11/15W 103-90
- 11/17W 113-98
- 11/18W 112-97
- 11/20L 103-100
- 11/23W 100-92
- 11/24L 113-101
- 11/27W 107-104
- 11/29L 120-111
- 12/1L 111-85
- 12/3W 113-104
- 12/4L 124-102
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— It wasn’t exactly a revenge game for the Milwaukee Bucks, though it felt good.
— The Miami Heat were coming off back-to-back losses and missing four regulars including their leading scorer, so Kyle Lowry sensed a need to score more.
Miami just lost arguably its most irreplaceable player for up to 20 games.
— Kevin Love scored 22 points and the Cleveland Cavaliers snapped a 20-game losing streak in Miami, beating the Heat 111-85 on Wednesday night.
Bam Adebayo, who is averaging 18.7 points and 10.2 rebounds this season, is expected to miss four to six weeks, sources told ESPN, after the Heat center suffered a torn ligament in his right thumb in Monday's loss to Denver. He will have surgery Sunday.
The Bulls and Heat will both lose their next available second-round pick for violations related to the signings of Lonzo Ball and Kyle Lowry.
— The Miami Heat said 19,600 fans attended their home game Monday night.
The Suns are riding a 16-game winning streak into back-to-back matchups against the league-best Warriors. Who takes the top spot?
Wendell Carter Jr. and Dewayne Dedmon were fined $35,000 and $15,000, respectively, on Sunday.
— Kyle Lowry scored 19 points, Jimmy Butler added 18 and the Miami Heat beat the Chicago Bulls 107-104 on Saturday night.
— Anthony Edwards and the surging Minnesota Timberwolves treated their most energetic home crowd of the season to a cohesive and resolute performance.
— Tyler Herro had 31 points and eight rebounds as the Miami Heat rallied to beat the Detroit Pistons 100-92 on Tuesday night.
CP3 and Phoenix have won 12 straight games, but can they knock off Steph, Draymond and Golden State?
'Like I've said, and I'll say it now, I will sign a one-day contract and I'll retire as a Toronto Raptor. That is my everything.'
— Kentavious Caldwell-Pope and Spencer Dinwiddie each scored 16 points and hit two 3-pointers during a crucial late stretch and the Wizards rallied for a 103-100 victory over the Miami Heat on Saturday night.