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  • Lillard scores 24, Blazers hold off NBA-best Raptors 128-122

    A struggling Trail Blazers bench finally got rolling Friday night, setting a season high for points in a confidence-boosting win over the NBA-leading Toronto Raptors. Zach Collins scored 16 points and Seth Curry added a season-best 13, including three key 3-pointers early in the fourth quarter, as Portland held off the league's top team for a 128-122 victory. Curry and Collins both played pivotal roles off a Blazers bench that outscored Toronto's reserves 58-26.
    16 Dec @ 12AM

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  • Raptors, Lowry try to keep it going vs. Trail Blazers

    The Toronto Raptors are hoping that Kyle Lowry's performance in a 113-93 rout of the Golden State Warriors Wednesday night at Oracle Arena signals the end to a mini-slump by the All-Star point guard. Lowry totaled 23 points, 12 assists, five rebounds and three steals to help the Raptors (23-7) improve their NBA-best record. It was especially important since Toronto forward Kawhi Leonard missed his second straight game with a bruised right hip.
    15 Dec @ 4AM

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  • NBA roundup: Popovich moves to No. 4 on wins list

    Bryn Forbes scored a season-high 24 points and pulled down a career-high 11 rebounds to lead a balanced San Antonio attack as the Spurs strolled past the visiting Phoenix Suns 111-86 on Tuesday. Spurs coach Gregg Popovich earned his 1,211th career win, moving him past Pat Riley for fourth place on the all-time NBA coaching victories list. Ahead of him are Don Nelson (1,335), Lenny Wilkens (1,332) and Jerry Sloan (1,221).
    12 Dec @ 5PM

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  • Deandre Ayton, Devin Booker ‘exchanged words’ after Suns’ latest loss

    The Suns are counting on Devin Booker (signed to a max contract extension this year) and Deandre Ayton (drafted No. 1 overall this year) as their franchise players. From rookie Mikal Bridges and Kokoskov having friction during the game to Deandre Ayton and Devin Booker exchanging words afterward, there’s clearly tension and a disconnect with this team right now.
    10 Dec @ 12AM

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  • Bronny James Dominates in His Debut Game in Los Angeles

    LeBron James has gotten an incomparable amount of hype and attention since joining the Lakers but it turns out his son Bronny might be the real king of Los Angeles, as the 14-year-old dominated the court in his debut game with Santa Monica Crossroads. Back in October, LeBron started off his career in LA in unsurprisingly impressive fashion, as the 33-year-old scored 26 points in a 128-119 loss to the Portland Trailblazers. While he may have been bested by his son’s incredible performance, LeBron doesn’t seem to be too upset about it.
    5 Dec @ 8PM

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  • DeMar DeRozan credits Gregg Popovich's 'preaching' for his 36-point night

    DeMar DeRozan had a spectacular night for the San Antonio Spurs. DeRozan’s game ended well, but it didn’t begin that way. DeRozan spoke to ESPN after the Spurs’ win over the Trail Blazers and revealed what Pop had said to him that kept replaying in his mind during the game.
    3 Dec @ 6PM

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  • DeRozan's season-high 36 help Spurs beat Blazers, 131-118

    A day off was the exhale the San Antonio Spurs needed after two blowout losses. DeMar DeRozan had a season-high 36 points and San Antonio overcame a big game by Damian Lillard to beat the Portland Trail Blazers 131-118 on Sunday night. The Spurs held a rare practice Saturday morning following consecutive losses of 39 points and 31 points.
    3 Dec @ 4PM

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  • Spurs, Portland blazing trails for long seasons

    The reeling San Antonio Spurs and the snake-bit Portland Trail Blazers square off Sunday at the AT&T Center in the Alamo City in search of answers and assurance that the light they see at the end of the tunnel is not an approaching train. The Trail Blazers (13-9) have been better over the past month -- but not by much. Portland heads to San Antonio on the heels of a 113-112 home loss to Denver on Friday that was its fourth defeat in five games.
    1 Dec @ 11PM

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  • Steph Curry has fond childhood memories of Toronto

    When you hear basketball phenom Steph Curry reminisce about his memories of being in Toronto to watch his father Dell play, it will likely bring a smile to your face. Between watching their father play to shooting around on the practice court and squeezing some video games in as well, the Curry brothers seemed to enjoy the VIP experience while their father played for Toronto from 1999-2002 (the last three seasons of his NBA career). Curry has been out of the Warriors lineup since Nov. 8 with a groin injury and Golden State has gone a pedestrian 5-5 since then.
    29 Nov @ 6AM

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  • Durant deflects praise onto 'phenomenal' Thompson

    Kevin Durant insisted he could still be "in a better groove" as he instead praised team-mate Klay Thompson for his role in the Golden State Warriors' comeback 116-110 win over the Orlando Magic. The Warriors trailed by 17 points at half-time, but 49 points from Durant - as well as nine assists and six rebounds - and 29 points from Thompson saw the NBA champions rally late on. Durant scored 32 points against the Portland Trail Blazers and 44 against the Sacramento Kings last week as Golden State snapped a four-game losing run with a trio of victories, yet he is still not entirely happy with his form.
    27 Nov @ 1PM

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