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  • Back from perfect trip, Warriors host Trail Blazers

    After getting outgunned at home by the top team in the Western Conference, the Portland Trail Blazers tip off a five-game trip against the West's second-best when they visit the Golden State Warriors on Monday night. In the Warriors, the Trail Blazers will encounter a team just home after a historic road trip of its own. Golden State went 6-0 on the 10-day journey, becoming just the ninth team in NBA history to have a perfect six-game trip.
    11 Dec @ 8AM

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  • NBA standings

    Dec 11 (Gracenote) - Standings from the NBA on Sunday EASTERN CONFERENCE ATLANTIC DIVISION W L PCT GB 1. Boston 23 5 .821 - 2. Toronto 17 7 .708 4 3. NY Knicks 13 13 .500 9 4. Philadelphia
    11 Dec @ 5AM

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  • NBA standings

    Dec 10 (Gracenote) - Standings from the NBA on Saturday EASTERN CONFERENCE ATLANTIC DIVISION W L PCT GB 1. Boston 22 5 .815 - 2. Toronto 16 7 .696 4 3. Philadelphia 13 12 .520 8 4. NY Knicks
    10 Dec @ 7AM

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  • Warriors players pay their respects to Steph Curry after six-game road sweep

    The Warriors completed a six-game road sweep for the first time in franchise history on Friday night with a 102-98 win over the Pistons. The Warriors won the final two games of the trip without Steph Curry after spraining his right ankle.
    9 Dec @ 10PM

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  • Leonard expected to play during Spurs' upcoming road trip

    Spurs star Kawhi Leonard is expected to make his season debut during the team's upcoming three-game road trip. San Antonio coach Gregg Popovich would not confirm a report by the San Antonio Express-News that Leonard will make his season debut Saturday in Phoenix. 'Sooner rather than later,' Popovich said of his All-Star forward's return, repeating an answer he has given all season.
    9 Dec @ 7AM

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  • Trying to find replacements for injured Fantasy Basketball stars

    Golden State Warriors forward Andre Iguodala gets a bump in fantasy value with Stephen Curry hurt. Since the last waiver wire article, Stephen Curry (ankle), Devin Booker (groin) and Hassan Whiteside (knee) have all suffered significant injuries. Booker leads the Suns in usage, so it will be interesting to see how the team approaches the loss.
    9 Dec @ 7AM

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  • Warriors take bumpy road to perfection

    From the 24-0 record to start their 2015-16 season and the 73 wins that ended it, to the 16-1 postseason last June, the Warriors are making a habit of tearing pages from the record books. Why let the absence of Stephen Curry stand in the way of them putting yet another historical mark on their checklist? Kevin Durant, filling much of void left while Curry is on the sideline, and Draymond Green, shaking off a tender shoulder, were not about to squander such a special opportunity.
    9 Dec @ 7AM

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  • DeMarcus Cousins tried to confront Kevin Durant in locker room after ejection

    Kevin Durant and DeMarcus Cousins had to be separated Monday night. New Orleans Pelicans forward DeMarcus Cousins and Golden State Warriors forward Kevin Durant were ejected from Monday’s game after a heated confrontation. The article, which focuses on Warriors director of team operations Eric Housen, contains a picture that shows Cousins being held back as he approaches the Warriors locker room.
    9 Dec @ 1AM

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  • PHT Morning Skate: Blues season-ticket holder suits up as emergency goalie

    • A big blow for the Vancouver Canucks, as Bo Horvat will miss up to six weeks because of a lower-body injury. • The Penguins called up Frank Corrado from the minors because they were forced to put Justin Schultz on IR. • Dave Lozo argues that the NHL needs a “super team” like the NBA has with the Golden State Warriors.
    8 Dec @ 9PM

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  • Vonn happy to mix sport and politics ahead of Olympics

    Lindsey Vonn says she won't stop expressing her political views, though her main goal is regaining her Olympic downhill title. The ski star told CNN in an interview that aired Thursday she would "absolutely not" visit the White House if the United States Olympic team gets a traditional post-games invitation. "I was asked my opinion and I gave it," Vonn told reporters Friday at a World Cup race.
    8 Dec @ 7PM

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