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Anthony Davis Injury: Updates on Pelicans Star's Leg and Return

New Orleans Pelicans star forward Anthony Davis injured his right leg in the third quarter against the Los Angeles Clippers, when he bumped into Chris Paul and had to be carried to the locker room, per J.A. Adande of ESPN. Continue for updates. Davis Injury Would be Devastating for Pelicans Saturday, Nov. Show More Summary

Warriors vs. Suns: Score, Highlights and Reaction from 2015 Regular Season

The venues keep changing, but the Golden State Warriors keep rolling, as the defending NBA champions moved their season-opening winning streak to 17 after knocking off the Phoenix Suns by a final score of 135-116. It was obvious from the opening tip that the Warriors were going to have fun at Phoenix's expense. Show More Summary

Warriors Set Record for Most 3-Pointers in Half vs. Suns

The Golden State Warriors set a prominent NBA record with their 16-0 start earlier in the week, but they added another notch to their 2015-16 resume during Friday’s 135-116 win over the Phoenix Suns. Golden State set the record for the...Show More Summary

Cleveland Cavaliers Just Getting Started and Other Friday NBA Takeaways

The Cleveland Cavaliers just keep rolling through the Eastern Conference, moving to 12-4 on the season with a 95-90 Friday night victory over the vastly improved Charlotte Hornets. At first glance, that might not seem particularly notable. After...Show More Summary

Russell Westbrook Replies 'Who?' When Asked About Reggie Jackson's Return to OKC

If Reggie Jackson was on the Oklahoma City Thunder's radar, Russell Westbrook wasn't about to let that on. When Westbrook was initially asked about the anticipation of the return of Jackson—his former teammate and current Detroit Pistons...Show More Summary

Harrison Barnes Injury: Updates on Warriors Star's Ankle Injury and Return

Golden State Warriors forward Harrison Barnes suffered a sprained left ankle against the Phoenix Suns on Friday and would not return, per Rusty Simmons of the San Francisco Chronicle. Continue for updates Barnes' X-Rays Negative Friday, Nov. Show More Summary

76ers Set Record for Longest Losing Streak in Major American Sports History

The Philadelphia 76ers reached a new low Friday, dropping their 17th consecutive game to start the season and 27th in a row overall dating back to last year after a 116-114 loss to the Houston Rockets. According to ESPN, the 76ers' 27 straight losses mark a new record in major United States professional sports. Show More Summary

Nene Hilario Injury: Updates on Wizards PF's Calf and Return

Washington Wizards power forward Nene Hilario suffered a calf injury Friday against the Boston Celtics. It is unclear when he will be able to return to the court. Continue for updates. Nene Won't Return vs. Celtics Friday, Nov. 27 The...Show More Summary

Jahlil Okafor Reportedly Had Gun Pointed at Him in October Club Incident

As Philadelphia 76ers rookie Jahlil Okafor deals with questions about one alleged nightclub incident, it is reportedly not the first time the first-round pick has been part of a violent altercation in the past few months. According to...Show More Summary

Dwyane Wade Breaks Langston Galloway's Ankles

Dwyane Wade might've broken bread with the opposition Thursday night, but he was all business on the floor Friday. The Miami Heat star shook off Langston Galloway in the second quarter with a cross so cold it left the New York Knicks guard on his behind. Read more NBA news on

Paul George: How No. 13 Became the NBA's Most Surprising MVP Candidate

Indiana Pacers power forward Paul George’s mission to win the NBA’s most sought-after individual award remains unrealized — adding fuel to the fire that has ignited his remarkable resurgence this season. “I want to be the MVP this year.” These...Show More Summary

Knicks Rookie Kristaps Porzingis Throws Down Monster Alley-Oop Dunk

Kristaps Porzingis continues to rock the NBA, or at least the rim. The New York Knicks rookie threw down yet another monster dunk in the second quarter of Friday night's game against the Miami Heat, finishing an alley-oop from Langston Galloway with a two-handed jam. [Vine] Read more NBA news on

Byron Scott Says Lakers Don't Trust One Another on Floor

With the Los Angeles Lakers owning the Western Conference's worst record (2-12) entering play Friday, head coach Byron Scott believes his players don't trust one another when they are on the floor. Per Lakers Nation (via James Herbert...Show More Summary

Byron Scott Says Benching Kobe Bryant 'Not an Option' for Lakers

Los Angeles Lakers guard Kobe Bryant is having one of the worst seasons of his 20-year NBA career, averaging just 15.2 points per game while shooting 31.1 percent from the floor. However, Lakers head coach Byron Scott said he will not...Show More Summary

Nothing Wrong with Second Best: NBA's Top No. 2 Options

More and more, old-school NBA truisms are going the way of the northern white rhino. Last season, the Golden State Warriors swept at least three of them from the basketball lexicon. While notions about fast-paced, jump-shooting, small-ball...Show More Summary

Biggest Early Surprises of the 2015-16 NBA Season

There's a clockwork regularity to some of the NBA's best action, with new entries being made in year-to-year individual and team rivalries. But some of the league's best drama stems from its surprises. Not all of them are good, but the...Show More Summary

2015-16 NBA Rookies Already Making Us Re-Write Their Scouting Reports

We're only a month into the NBA season, but we've already started to notice some errors in the rookie scouting reports from college and overseas. It's become pretty clear that skinny doesn't mean not ready, and skilled or athletic doesn't...Show More Summary

Jerry West Says Draymond Green Is One of NBA's 10 Best Players

The Golden State Warriors are on an unprecedented run, following up their NBA title a season ago with a 16-0 start this year—the best in league history. Much of their success has been pinned to reigning MVP Stephen Curry, unanimously viewed as the league’s best player. Show More Summary

Kawhi Leonard's Evolution Just Won't Stop

It's a good thing Kawhi Leonard just keeps getting better. Someday, the historically successful San Antonio Spurs might just need another superstar leader. Surprisingly, that's not the case just yet—even if Leonard already is the Spurs'...Show More Summary

Rating All of Kristaps Porzingis' Putback Dunks

New York Knicks rookie Kristaps Porzingis is not Dirk Nowitzki. But we shouldn't hold that against Dirk Nowitzki. Less than 20 games into Porzingis ' NBA career, the "Kristaps Kraze " is reaching unreckonable heights. Presumed a years-long project, the 20-year-old rookie is ready to play now. Show More Summary

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