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Follow live: Warriors take aim at 18-0 start

Stephen Curry and the Warriors are aiming for their 22nd straight win overall, dating to last season.

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Strauss: Still perfect, Warriors cruise to 17-0

With Stephen Curry dropping in 41 points in three quarters, the Warriors won their 21st straight game dating to last season. Despite sloppy play, can this team be stopped?

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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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Leonard, Spurs put away Hawks

Kawhi Leonard dropped 22 in the Spurs' 108-88 victory over the Hawks -- their fifth straight win.


Warriors in control against Kings

Sacramento's six-point lead is long gone. Golden State has a 22-point lead in the third quarter behind Steph Curry's 17 points on 4-of-6 shooting (3-of-5 from 3). The Warriors are looking to go 18-0. Follow live

Nuggets pass goes off the noggin

Denver scored 5 points in the 3rd quarter -- and this play did not help.


Davis hops up for a slam

Anthony Davis can throw down, and he proves it on this alley-oop. He finished with 36 points and 11 rebounds in a 101-87 loss to the Jazz.


Mudiay goes over-the-shoulder to Arthur

Emmanuel Mudiay dishes a dime over his shoulder to Darrell Arthur for an easy slam.


This is why centers don't run fast breaks

Nuggets C Nikola Jokic might have gotten a little carried away when he attempted a no-look pass in transition.


LeBron sinks game-winning shot

Brook Lopez was in LeBron James' face but the running floater with just a second left was good and it gave the Cavs the win.


Warriors go for 18-0

The Kings and Warriors are close in terms of geographic area but not when it comes to basketball records. Sacramento is 6-11 and Golden State is 17-0. Follow live


Joseph injures Beal on crossover

Cory Joseph hit a game winner for Toronto Saturday, but his best play might've been when he sent Bradley Beal crashing to the hardwood.


The dish, the buzzer and then the swish

DeMar DeRozan's drive didn't earn him the score but the pass to Cory Joseph led to Joseph's buzzer-beating 3 for a Raptor's win against the Wizards.


Joseph's hits game-winning 3 for Raptors

Cory Joseph's buzzer-beating 3-pointer capped a 12-2 run to finish the game as Toronto topped Washington 84-82.


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Final: Cavs 90 Nets 88. LeBron James sinks Brooklyn to 3-13 by hitting a floater with one second left. Final 10 Brooklyn possessions -- counting Jarrett Jack's missed heave at the buzzer -- produced five points -- all on made free throws. James 21-5 in his last 26 regular season games vs. the Nets.

LeBron makes last-second game-winner

The game was tied with the clock winding down, and LeBron James hit the winner to give him 26 points and sink the Nets, 90-88. Box score


Final: Raptors 84, Wizards 82

Kyle Lowry had a game-high 27 points (6-for-11 from 3) as the Raptors had a higher 3-point percentage (45.8%) than field-goal percentage (43.1%). Box score


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Nets give up five 3s and go 7-for-19 from the field in the third quarter, trail Cleveland 69-68. Hollis-Jefferson has 5 steals.

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Byron said he expects Lou Williams (death in family) to also miss Sundays game vs. IND & to re-join LAL for Tuesdays game at Philadelphia.

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Rondae Hollis-Jefferson (5 steals) has posted his 2nd 5-steal game of the season. All other rookies have combined for 0 5-steal games.