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SVP: Goodbye, Kobe

In Scott Van Pelt's One Big Thing, he says good bye to Kobe Bryant, who will retire after his 20th season in the NBA.


Kevin Arnovitz ESPN Staff Writer 

A rough night for All-Star point guards at Staples Center in Los Angeles. Damian Lillard exited the game soon into the third quarter with abdominal pain. A few minutes later, Chris Paul left with a rib muscle strain.

How not to rebound feat. James Harden

The Rockets star had no interest in collecting this rebound, sliding away as the ball came off the rim.


Kevin Arnovitz ESPN Staff Writer 

Portland point guard Damian Lillard checked out of the game with abdominal pain less than two minutes into third quarter at Staples Center. He will not return.

Tim MacMahon @espn_macmahon

Mavs are about to score less than 100 points in their fourth straight game. This offense has some major issues.

Curry comes up clutch in the fourth

The Warriors led by 6 points to start the fourth quarter. When Stephen Curry checked back in at the 6-minute mark, Golden State trailed by 3. This is how they came back.


Pistons power past Rockets

Reggie Jackson scores 31 points and Andre Drummond adds 24 points and grabs 13 rebounds in the Pistons' 116-105 win over the Rockets.


Kevin Arnovitz @kevinarnovitz

Damian Lillard, who didn't start the second half for POR, appears to have returned to the locker room. More details TK.

Clippers reasserting lead over Blazers

DeAndre Jordan is up to 20 rebounds with just under 6 minutes left in the third quarter. His previous season high was 18. The Clippers have taken a 7-point lead. Follow live


Calvin Watkins @calvinwatkins

Interesting comments from Pat Beverley after the loss: "different rotations, getting used to each other." He's not using it as an excuse.

Celtics get 10th win despite 30 from Wade

Dwyane Wade scores 30 points for Miami, but six players score in double figures for Boston in the C's 105-95 win.


Bucks run through Nuggets

Denver commits 22 turnovers while Milwaukees Jabari Parker scores a season-high 16 points in the Bucks 92-74 win.


Curry clutch as Warriors stay unbeaten

Stephen Curry scores 26 points and Klay Thompson adds 20 in the Warriors 106-103 win over the Jazz to improve to 19-0.


Steph Curry's steadying influence

The Warriors reserves were 2-for-7 in the fourth with Curry on the bench and gave up the six-point lead they had to start the quarter. When Curry came on the floor at the 6:36 mark, Golden State shot 7-of-11 and outscored the Jazz 19-13 to close out the game.


Clippers and Blazers even through half

Los Angeles led by as many as 15 points but Portland climbed all the way back, tying the game at 49 on a late C.J. McCollum 3 just before the halftime buzzer. Halftime stats


Bucks show off the alley-'oops'

O.J. Mayo thought he had Michael Carter-Williams wide open for the dunk. He thought wrong.


Curry hits Gobert with freeze ray

Stephen Curry iced Jazz C Rudy Gobert with the little hesitation to get the wide-open layup.


Hawks hang on to top Thunder

Jeff Teague scores 25 points in the Hawks' 106-100 win over the Thunder.


Bulls hand Spurs fourth loss

Pau Gasol scores a team-high 18 points as the Bulls knock off the Spurs 92-89.


Kevin Pelton @kpelton

The Warriors have now won as many games as both 1997-98 and 1999-00 and more than 2000-01 (17).