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All Lakers starters can't match Steph

The Los Angles starting lineup made 10 field goals in the 111-77 loss to the Warriors ... or exactly the same number that Stephen Curry made in that game.


Warriors set NBA record to open season

Golden State is now 16-0, which is the best start of the NBA season ever, after an easy 111-77 win over the Lakers. Box score

Kansas cruises by UCLA in Maui (1:01)
Clippers use balanced scoring to beat Nuggets (1:07)
Curry's crossover stumbles Clarkson (0:09)
Curry's unguarded layup (0:08)

Warriors 54, Lakers 38 at halftime

Stephen Curry has has 10 points with 5 assists and Draymond Green has 14 points, 4 rebounds, 3 assists and 2 blocks. Kobe Bryant is 1-for-9 shooting and 1-for-5 from 3. The Warriors are looking for their record-setting 16th straight win to open the season. Follow live

Crawford nails half-court shot to end third quarter (0:18)

Selden keeps hitting from long distance

After some nifty passing by his Kansas teammates, Wayne Selden Jr. hit the easy 3. He's 4-for-5 from long distance as the Jayhawks are routing UCLA in the second half of their Maui Invitational semi on ESPN.

Griffin's alley-oop ... 3-pointer? (0:23)

Ellis knocking down triples for Kansas

When Perry Ellis is drilling 3-pointers, No. 5 Kansas can roll. And when Kansas is rolling, they are hard to stop, as UCLA is finding out right now on ESPN.


Mason III finishes with the foul vs. UCLA

Frank Mason III and No. 5 Kansas are a force to be reckoned with, blowing by UCLA in the 1st half. (Live on ESPN)


Jayhawks crushing UCLA early

No. 5 Kansas is supremely talented this year. Wayne Selden Jr. is a big reason why. (Live on ESPNU)


Mason III with strong finish after steal

Frank Mason III stole the handoff and finished at the other end with the foul. No. 5 Kansas leads UCLA early on ESPNU.

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Watch: (5) Kansas-UCLA at Maui Invitational

The fifth-ranked Jayhawks routed Chaminade to open the Maui Invitational, but now should face a tougher challenge from the Bruins in the semifinals. The winner faces Vanderbilt in the finals. Live on ESPN, WatchESPN

ESPN Stats & Info

Curry follows path of a younger Bryant

At 27 years old, Steph Curry is on his way to becoming one of the greatest players in NBA history. ESPN Stats & Info compares his numbers to Kobe Bryant's when he was 27 years old.

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Julius Randle playing over his value

Coming off of back-to-back double-double performances, Randle has a good chance to have another well-rounded night against the Warriors. DFS best buys (Insider)

Top 3 plays of the week (1:22)