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  • Stephen Curry surprised even himself after throwing down a dunk against the Kings

    Despite what you may have heard, Golden State Warriors star Stephen Curry can do it all. Some might have questioned that statement after Curry missed a wide-open dunk against the Los Angeles Lakers in January, but he redeemed himself in the waning seconds of the 2019 NBA All-Star Game. The 2019 NBA All-Star Game saw its ratings tie a record low.
    22 Feb @ 7AM

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  • DeMarcus Cousins blasts college basketball after Zion Williamson injury

    DeMarcus Cousins had some choice words about the college basketball system in light of Zion Williamson's injury. The Duke Blue Devils star sustained a knee sprain after his shoe blew out a little over 30 seconds into Wednesday's game against the North Carolina Tar Heels. When asked about Williamson's injury and his situation with Duke, Golden State Warriors star Cousins did not hold back.
    22 Feb @ 2AM

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  • 'College is bulls---': DeMarcus Cousins has some advice for Zion Williamson

    Pretty much everyone has at least a few thoughts about Zion Williamson's injury-by-shoe-rip, which happened during the Duke-UNC game on Wednesday night. When he spoke after practice on Thursday, he let his feelings out as only Boogie can and gave young Zion some advice. Has DeMarcus Cousins ever busted through a shoe like Zion last night?
    21 Feb @ 10PM

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  • Kings' rise to playoff contention should resonate with true Warriors fans

    Kings' rise to playoff contention should resonate with true Warriors fans originally appeared on nbcsportsbayarea.com OAKLAND – Much of the Now Generation barely knows how the Warriors lived before being plucked from the trash bin by an ambitious ownership group actually sincere in its vow to pursue greatness. Before becoming the super team that "broke" the NBA a few years ago, the Warriors spent the better part of 20 years wearing the league's brightest clown suit. They were submerged in such a toxic stew of instability, ineptitude and avarice that 42 wins was all it took for their fans to express full-throated "We Believe" euphoria.
    21 Feb @ 8PM

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  • Lakers' playoff hopes hang on one question: Is LeBron James still the world's best player?

    He was the defensive lynchpin once again, ignoring Draymond Green and hurtling toward the rim to stop penetration, while Lakers guards pressured hard up top, which allowed James to snatch rebounds and race up the floor in transition — like Showtime if Magic Johnson were a rim protector. LeBron has always been hesitant to play the five, but he might have to embrace it for the Lakers to run hard enough to offset their lack of spacing — especially with Ivica Zubac gone. There are moments when the Lakers, with Lonzo Ball and James trading quarterback duties, make picture-perfect sense.
    21 Feb @ 6PM

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  • College basketball prodigy injured by Nike shoe falling apart 33 seconds into game

    A college basketball star and near-certainty for an NBA draft pick was injured 33 seconds into a game against fierce rivals when his Nike shoe split open. Zion Williamson, 18, has been hailed as the 'next LeBron James' and is in line for a multi-million dollar NBA contract when he graduates from Duke University. Duke faced their local rivals North Carolina on Wednesday, an occasion that demanded unprecedented attention with President Obama among famous faces in attendance to watch Williamson.
    21 Feb @ 6PM

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  • What to watch after All-Star break: Playoff races, LeBron James passing Michael Jordan and more

    Golden State is still the favorite for a fourth title in five years. For LeBron James and Dwyane Wade, some work awaits them. “Every year is a new challenge, different circumstances,” Golden State guard Stephen Curry said.
    21 Feb @ 5PM

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  • The NBA playoff push starts now with All-Star break ending

    Golden State is still the favorite for a fourth title in five years. Milwaukee, Toronto, Indiana, Boston, Philadelphia, Oklahoma City and Denver can all go ahead and cancel those mid-April vacation plans if they were foolish enough to have made them in the first place. For LeBron James and Dwyane Wade, some work awaits.
    21 Feb @ 4PM

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  • Steve Kerr explains how DeMarcus Cousins was 'pain in the a**' to Warriors

    Programming note: Watch the pregame edition of Warriors Outsiders on Thursday night at 6 p.m. PT, streaming live on the MyTeams app. DeMarcus Cousins made his season debut on Jan. 18 against the Clippers. "I'll be dead honest with you and you can print this: he was a pain in the a** when we were trying to get him ready and scrimmage," Steve Kerr said (while laughing) to Tim Kawakami of The Athletic. "He was just so angry, because he wasn't playing.
    21 Feb @ 4PM

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  • NBA rumors: Warriors 'have no idea' what Kevin Durant will do in free agency

    NBA rumors: Warriors 'have no idea' what Kevin Durant will do in free agency originally appeared on nbcsportsbayarea.com Programming note: Watch the pregame edition of Warriors Outsiders on Thursday night at 6 p.m. PT, streaming live on the MyTeams app. Is Kevin Durant going to re-sign with the Warriors this summer?
    21 Feb @ 6AM

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