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Did Kevin Durant’s Feud With Russell Westbrook Distract Warriors Against Thunder

If the Golden State Warriors had flown out of Oklahoma City on Wednesday night with a 14th tick of the season in the ‘Win’ column, maybe Kevin Durant could have shrugged off the inevitable questions about Russell Westbrook. The Warriors were outplayed at Chesapeake Energy Arena and suffered their worst

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Forget the Ball vs Fox hype because Lakers cant keep pace with Kings

Put aside the sensational, the perceived ill will and what everyone else wants this to be. At the heart of the rivalry between De'Aaron Fox and Lonzo Ball are two players, born two months apart, who have known each other since high school, understand each other and who want to beat each other because

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WATCH Harrison Barnes 3-pointer off the glass caps crazy ending to Mavs-Grizz

The Dallas Mavericks got just their fourth victory of the season on Wednesday night, and they did it in dramatic fashion, beating the Memphis Grizzlies, 95-94. Down by 17 points to start the second half, the Mavericks used a huge third quarter to get back in the game. And with just over a minute remaining

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Byron Scott to LaVar Ball Shut Up Luke Walton Knows More Than You

Byron Scott to LaVar Ball Shut Up! Luke Walton Knows More Than You 1 11/23/2017 12:55 AM PST Ex-Lakers head coach Byron Scott has two words for LaVar Ball -- SHUT UP!!!! Ball recently laid into Lakers coach Luke Walton ... saying he's "soft" and doesn't know how to properly coach his

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LeBron James told off for messing around but still drags Cavs to victory

LeBron James received a kick in the rear from his coach and a head butt from an opponent. Then, he delivered a gut punch.  James scored 23 points in the fourth quarter, including an 18-point run on his own, and the Cleveland Cavaliers beat the Brooklyn Nets 119-109 on Wednesday night.  James, who left

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