A #HateHard Thanksgiving (2:04)

Lakers, Warriors, Pacers, Master P

Dan Le Batard and Bomani Jones discuss the Lakers' struggles, Stephen Curry being an elite player, if Paul George makes the Pacers a threat in the East, are joined by Master P and more.

What's happening to the Rockets and Clippers? (3:30)
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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.

Steph Curry Paint By Numbers (0:49)
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NBA Power Rankings: Ultimate Warriors

The 15-0 Warriors are one win away from setting a new gold standard in the NBA, and their hold on the No. 1 spot has never been stronger. Where do the 29 other teams fall on Marc Stein's latest list?


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Harrison Barnes being helped back to the locker room. Walking very gingerly, not putting any weight on his leg

Magic cast spell 'blowout loss' to Bucks

Elfrid Payton scores 22 points and records 10 assists in the Magic's 114-90 win over the Bucks.


Did you know beards can fly?

Ty Lawson locked into a streaking beard cutting backdoor and James Harden materialized for the alley-oop.


Jabari Parker slides through lane

Bucks F Jabari Parker showed some versatility in his game, dribbling through a gap and flushing it with the off hand.


Report: Okafor had previous incident

According to The Philadelphia Inquirer, 76ers rookie Jahlil Okafor exchanged words with a heckler while with teammates at a Philadelphia club in October. As he and his teammates left the club, a source said, the heckler pointed a gun to Okafor's head. A source said the incident was witnessed by federal officers, but there is no known official report of the incident. Story

How dominant have the Warriors been?

In an earlier game tonight, the Washington Wizards scored 78 points in the game. Golden State has put up 75 points ... at halftime. Halftime stats

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Final: Rockets 116, 76ers 114

Sixers F Robert Covington had 28 points, 8 steals, 7 rebounds, 5 assists. The previous 4 Sixers with at least 25-5-5-5 went on to lose that game. Same thing happened tonight, as James Harden dropped 50 points to keep Philly winless on the season. Box score


Royce Young ESPN Staff Writer 

Andre Drummond came in to tonight averaging 18 rebounds a game and hadn't had fewer than 10 in a game. The Thunder held him to just seven, with Steven Adams grabbing 13.

Royce Young ESPN Staff Writer 

Off night for Russell Westbrook who had 11 turnovers and fouled out with four minutes remaining, but Kevin Durant did plenty of stepping up: 34 points, 13 rebounds and five assists in a 103-87 win over the Pistons.

Half-man, half-amazing 3/4 shot

Vince Carter saw the clock wind down and launched one from the Grizzlies own free throw line. Turns out the bank stays open late.


Memphis Grizzlies @memgrizz

#Grizzlies fall to the #Hawks, 116-101. @Matt_Barnes22 finishes w/ 15 pts. #Grizz shoot 43% on the night.

Pelicans (4-11) at Clippers (7-8)

Anthony Davis is putting up monster stat lines as New Orleans looks for its fourth-straight win after a dismal start. Blake Griffin is equally raising massive stats as a fast starting L.A. squad has lost 6 of its last 8 games. Follow live


James, Cavaliers down Hornets

LeBron James records 25 points and 13 rebounds in the Cavaliers' 95-90 victory over the Hornets, with Panthers QB Cam Newton in attendance.


Vintage Wade hits sweet crossover

Heat G Dwyane Wade crosses up Knicks G Langston Galloway and sends him sliding along the baseline before nailing the midrange jumper.


Wade sparks the Heat with a dunk

Miami's Dwyane Wade heats up early in the first quarter with a sidestep and fast-break slam against the Knicks at Madison Square Garden.


Ian Begley ESPN Staff Writer 

Derek Fisher continues to go deep into his bench. Tonight against Miami, he played 12 players, 11 of whom played at least 14 minutes. Foul trouble for Porzingis and Robin Lopez factored in to his decisions, but it's fair to wonder if a shorter rotation from Fisher would help NYK.