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Avery Bradley sinks Cavs with game winner

The Cavs could only lose to a 3-pointer.

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Cavaliers try red rover defense

Kyrie Irving and Tristan Thompson call on Jonas Jerebko to come over.

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Reports: Kings mull firing George Karl

The Kings (21-29) are increasingly concerned about their floundering play under George Karl and are hoping to delay any decisions about his future until the All-Star break, according to ESPN's Marc Stein & multiple reports. Story

Zach Lowe @ZachLowe_NBA

Kings are so fascinating. Karl hasn't done a good job, but they are ~.500 w/ Cousins healthy. That is in line w/ reasonable expectations.

Al Horford, the destroyer of worlds

Let all cower before his dunking might.

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There's no pleasing Gregg Popovich

Ask too many questions? Pop gets mad. Jeff Van Gundy went the opposite route and asked one question. Pop got mad.

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Did Draymond Green start a trend?

Draymond Green poured water on Steph Curry Wednesday. Andre Drummond got Reggie Jackson Thursday. Then, DeJuan Blair hit John Wall with the water Friday.

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Dwyane Wade discovers time travel

And he took advantage of Flashback Friday for a dunk on the Hornets.

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Butler carted off, Bulls fall to Nuggets

Jimmy Butler was carted off after suffering a sprained left knee as the Bulls fell to the Nuggets 115-110.

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Should George Karl be fired?

Bobby Jackson believes that it might be time for the Kings to move on. DeMarcus Cousins thinks the team's problems extend beyond "energy and effort."

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But Parsons doesn't go that high

Chandler Parsons was looking for a layup. Jonathon Simmons says there's no layups here.

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Marc Stein ESPN Senior Writer 

ESPN coaching sources say Nancy Lieberman "unlikely" to be named interim coach if George Karl indeed let go. One option: Corliss Williamson

Marc Stein ESPN Senior Writer 

No decision has been made yet whether George Karl will coach the three games to go on Sacramento's trip (Boston, Cleveland and Philadelphia)

Spurs make easy work of the Mavs

LaMarcus Aldridge and Kawhi Leonard combined to outscore the Mavericks in the first half en route to a 116-90 win for the Spurs.

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Celtics stun Cavs with buzzer-beater

Avery Bradley's 3-pointer at the buzzer capped a 10-4 Celtics' run in the final 48 seconds to give Boston the stunning 104-103 win.

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Spurs crush Mavericks for 42nd win

San Antonio's lead was never in doubt, smashing Dallas 116-90 to tie its best 50-game start in franchise history (tied with 2010-11 Spurs). This is also the 14th win by at least 25 points for San Antonio -- already third best all-time. Box score

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Bulls lose Jimmy Butler, fall to Nuggets

Denver outscored Chicago 42-21 in the final frame to rally from 18 down and knock off the Bulls -- who lost All-Star Jimmy Butler to a knee sprain in the first half -- 115-110. Box score

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Jimmy Butler sprains left knee

Jimmy Butler suffered a sprained left knee after a hard fall, but opted to stay in the game and shoot his free throws before being carted off.

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Mavs put up 34 in third, still trail by 28

Dallas seemingly threw in the towel in the third quarter after trailing by 36 at halftime, putting in a deep reserve lineup. San Antonio's starters have outscored their counterparts 58-32 with one frame to play. Live on ESPN, WatchESPN

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Jazz close strong to silence Bucks

Milwaukee played Utah tough, but a slip in points in the third quarter couldn't be overcome as the Jazz came away 84-81 winners behind Rodney Hood's game-high 23 points. Box score

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