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Warriors cruise to 17-0 with Curry's 41 points

The Warriors won their 21st straight game dating to last season. They're the fourth NBA team to win more than 20 consecutive games.

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Curry leaves LeBron behind on 3-point list

The Warriors guard leapfrogs LeBron James on the list of career 3-pointers made. Check out that and more from the Warriors' 17th straight win.

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Howard: Why Porzingis fever is no fluke

It shouldn't be surprising that Knicks rookie Kristaps Porzingis has taken the NBA by storm, writes Johnette Howard. The big man from Latvia has been preparing for this moment most of his life.

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Clippers crush visiting Pelicans

New Orleans had a scare when Anthony Davis was carried to the locker room. He'd later return to the bench, but the Pelicans fall to the Clippers 111-90.


Wolves take down Kings

Andrew Wiggins scores 22 points and grabs six rebounds in the Timberwolves' 101-91 win over the Kings.


When you're unbeaten...

And you have the night off.


Final: Clippers 111, Pelicans 90

Chris Paul, Blake Griffin and J.J. Redick combined for 57 points as Los Angeles moved back to .500 on the season. Box score


Warriors stay unbeaten, move to 17-0

Stephen Curry scored 41 points in three quarters to lead the Warriors past the Suns 135-116. Golden State has yet to taste defeat this season.


Cam Newton dabbing and relaxing

Panthers QB Cam Newton was caught dabbing on camera during the Hornets-Cavaliers game.


Steph Curry cooks in the first quarter

The Warriors scored 44 points in the first quarter against the Suns. Steph Curry scored 19 and assisted for 15 additional points more. Don't believe it? Here's a sampling.


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Anthony Davis carried to the locker room by two teammates after bumping knees with Chris Paul in transition in the third quarter between the Clippers and Pelicans.

Steph Curry doing Steph Curry things

Stephen Curry is a prolific 3-point shooter. So he knows how to stop on a dime and when to let people fly by.


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Walton: we turned the ball over too much, we still have to get better. Not about regular season wins, it's about the playoffs

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Clippers up 20+ and 3 teammates fighting for a rebound. Best moment I've seen from them in a couple of weeks.

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Carmelo Anthony on the Knicks, who fell to 8-9 tonight: "To drop 3 after weve been playing so well, I just think we got a reality check."

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Warriors (17-0) win 21st straight game dating to last season. Theyre the fourth NBA team to win more than 20 consecutive games.

Spurs win fourth straight

Kawhi Leonard claimed 25 points, 7 rebounds, 6 assists, 5 blocks and 4 steals in the Spurs' 91-80 victory over the Nuggets.


Draymond Green messes around in Phoenix

The Warriors' all-purpose player collected 14 points, 10 rebounds and 10 assists against the Suns. That's what we in the business call a triple-double.

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Ian Begley ESPN Staff Writer 

The Knicks have shot a combined 38% in their last 3 games. A common theme from the locker room: some players believe opponents have taken things away from the Knicks after more detailed scouting and that now need to adjust.

Kawhi Leonard just misses elusive 5x5

Kawhi Leonard had 27 points, 7 rebounds, 6 assists, 5 blocks and 4 steals, coming one steal short of posting at least 5 in each major stat category. Only 11 players have accomplished the feat (via Elias). Box score

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George, Pacers take down Bulls

Paul George scored 33 points and grabbed eight rebounds in the Pacers' 104-92 win over the Bulls.