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Hayward's beats buzzer with stepback J

Jazz forward Gordon Hayward nails a late stepback jumper in overtime to beat the buzzer, giving Utah a 121-119 win over Dallas.

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Ethan Sherwood Strauss ESPN Staff Writer 

Warriors up 54-41 on the Rockets with a half quarter left before half time. 66% of GSW shots have been uncontested. Season high for uncontested shots was 59% Nov. 9th against the Kings

Hood's 3-pointer sends game to overtime

Jazz guard Rodney Hood hits a difficult corner 3-pointer with 1.5 seconds to send the game to OT, where Utah would eventually win.

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Powell tries to bring the rim down

J.J. Barea's pass was nice, and Dwight Powell gave it the finish it deserved.

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Tim MacMahon ESPN Staff Writer 

Jazz 121, Mavs 119 (final in OT). Gordon Hayward drills a stepback jumper over Zaza Pachulia to send the Mavs into the All-Star break with a loss.

Michael Wallace ESPN Staff Writer 

Hassan Whiteside was not available to the media after the game. He was asked by the team to leave after the ejection for his elbow on Boban Marjanovic early in the fourth quarter. Heat teammates said Whiteside was already gone from the locker room by the time they got to the showers after the 119-101 loss to the Spurs.

Ethan Sherwood Strauss ESPN Staff Writer 

Steph Curry goes 6-of-7 for 19 first quarter points. Visible emotion as he takes to the bench? Anger, that he didn't hit that bomb over Josh Smith at the buzzer

Michael C. Wright ESPN Staff Writer 

As you can see, we just couldn't get San Antonio Spurs coach Gregg Popovich to stop talking in his post game presser.

Steph tearing up first quarter

Steph Curry is ripping up the Rockets defense, with 16 points on 6-for-6 shooting in the game's first 10 minutes. Splash Brother Klay Thompson has 10 as Golden State leads by 12. Follow live

Tim MacMahon ESPN Staff Writer 

Mavs 110, Jazz 110 headed to OT. Utah's Rodney Hood has a game-high 26 points, including the tying 3 with 1.4 seconds left.

Celtics comeback ends in foul fashion

Boston erased a 18-point fourth quarter deficit, but Avery Bradley's foul with 0.6 seconds left resulted in the winning point for Milwaukee.

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Warriors look to stay perfect at home

Golden State is a perfect 23-0 in Oakland this season and 46-4 overall. The Warriors will look to improve on both marks when they host the Rockets. Follow live

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Spurs start Rodeo Road Trip with win

San Antonio's annual Rodeo Road Trip got off to a good start with a 119-101 win in Miami. LaMarcus Aldridge and Kawhi Leonard combined for 51 points on 21-for-33 shooting. Box score

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Ian Begley ESPN Staff Writer 

Kurt Rambis said the Knicks failed early on to get back on defense and stop Washington in transition.

Pop has the secret to success

No one has ever accused Gregg Popovich of being a man of many words. He lived up to his reputation again tonight.

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Wall gets fancy on Porzingis

John Wall reminded Kristaps Porzingis that he's still a rookie, hitting him with the crossover and the stepback for a clutch jumper.

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Michael Wallace ESPN Staff Writer 

The thing about the Heat is that they just can't seem to be the same team two weeks in a row. So up and down. Still no consistent rotation or results. In other words, consistently inconsistent. Headed into the All-Star break 29-24.

Ian Begley ESPN Staff Writer 

Wizards 111, Knicks 108: A breakdown by the Wizards allowed Langston Galloway to get off an uncontested 3-pointer at the buzzer but his shot came up short, sealing the Knicks' loss. Carmelo Anthony led the Knicks with 33 points and Kristaps Porzongis had 20. It was Mew York's first game under interim head coach Kurt Rambis. Overall, the Knicks (23-32) have dropped 10 of 11 and six straight entering the All Star break.

Chris Forsberg ESPN Staff Writer 

Bucks 112, Celtics 111: The hero last week in Cleveland, Avery Bradley with a terrible foul in the final second as Milwaukee escaped with a win. Celtics had rallied all the way back from 19 down to start the fourth quarter and Kelly Olynyk's clutch free throws with 1 second to go had tied the game. Bradley tried to help defend Milwaukee's final shot and fouled Khris Middleton.

Porzingis with majestic throwdown

Kristaps Porzingis had Jared Dudley looking the completely wrong way, and then jammed it over Marcin Gortat.

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Wizards survive Knicks last-second shot

Down by 3 in the final seconds, Langston Galloway got a wide-open look from the wing, but his shot came up just short and the Wizards escaped with a 111-108 win in Kurt Rambis' debut as Knicks head coach. Box score

Ian Begley ESPN Staff Writer 

Langston Galloway: unshakeable. After committing what could have been a game-ending turnover, Galloway hits a 3-pointer with 8.5 seconds to play to pull NY within one. Give the Knicks this much: they didn't quit late in games under Derek Fisher and they haven't quit tonight in Game No. 1 under Kurt Rambis.