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Warriors games in Oakland were basically Lakers home games for years. Nothing could be further from the truth tonight.

Michael B. Jordan is ... Michael Jordan

Some might say this is the role he was born to play, the actor reenacted some iconic MJ moments.


Hawks honor Mutombo, block out Celtics

On the night the Hawks retired legend Dikembe Mutombo's number, Atlanta threw a block party, stuffing the Celtics for a 121-97 win.


Golden State's sterling start

The Warriors start has been more impressive than the other two 15-0 starts in NBA history. They have won 10 of their 15 games by double-digits, more than the other two combined (9).


Closer look at Steph Curry's hot start

The Warriors are 15-0, which is tied for the best start to a season in NBA history and is the best by a defending champion. A big reason for that is the incredible numbers being put up by the league's reigning MVP.

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Lakers (2-11) at Warriors (15-0)

The Warriors could make history tonight against the struggling Lakers. The Dubs are looking to win 16 straight games to start a season, which would be a NBA record. The Lakers have the second-worst record in the NBA. Follow live

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Ethan Sherwood Strauss ESPN Staff Writer 

Luke Walton isn't dismissing the importance of the win streak: "Its incredible. There is a possibility of having a very special evening if we can come out and get the win. We are not putting too much time and effort into that. As Ive said before we are more concerned with the growth of our team, but being right here with possibly being in the NBA history books is a very special thing for people that love the game of basketball. Win or lose we will move on tomorrow just like any other day.

Ethan Sherwood Strauss ESPN Staff Writer 

Luke Walton just revealed the Warriors 4 core values that Kerr reminded the team of today: Joy, Mindfulness, Compassion, Competition

Ian Begley ESPN Staff Writer 

Kristaps Porzingis has no ill feelings toward the young fan who was captured by ESPN cameras taking a selfie while crying after Porzingis was picked. "I heard that he already has my jersey,"!he said with a laugh on ESPN 98.7 FM. "Thats kind of funny." He added: "Thats a kid, you cant really blame him for doing that.

Pacers' shooting overpowers Wizards

The Pacers lit it up from behind the arc -- hitting 19-of-26 -- to race by the Wizards 123-106.