Stephen Curry: We talk about No. 33
The Warriors have won 16 straight this season, but already have eyes on matching the NBA's longest win streak, set by the 1971-72 Lakers. Said Curry: "It's important to have tangible goals. ... We talk about 33. I think I've probably talked about it more than anybody else on the team, just because I know about the history and just really how hard it is."
Repercussions for Jahlil Okafor?
Chris Broussard told SportsCenter that the "Sixers are very supportive of Okafor ... but they have to do their due diligence." He added that a lot could hinge on if the man Okafor fought with presses charges.
Steph Curry cheers on other undefeated
The Warriors star was more than a little pumped on Thanksgiving when Panthers LB Luke Kuechly took one back to the house against the Cowboys.
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This is what $17 million a year buys. Draymond Green gives his college coach, Tom Izzo, this in locker room immediately after Izzo won his 500th game. Izzo got emotional.
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SC throwback: 1 of Bulls' 10 losses in '95-96
The Sonics had it going on 20 years ago today, when they handed Michael Jordan and the Bulls the second loss of their historic 72-10 season.
ICYMI: The Cavs can dance if they want to
But LeBron & Co. didn't want to, making for an awkward moment right before tip in Toronto.
Okafor involved in Boston street fight
Philadelphia 76ers rookie Jahlil Okafor was involved in a street fight in Boston on Wednesday night, a source confirmed to ESPN's Jeff Goodman. Story
Steph Curry compares himself with Messi
The Warriors star said he and soccer great Lionel Messi both have a "creative" style: "It's just about a feel when you're out on the pitch or on the court. I try to do the fancy things out there by going with both hands, making crossover moves and having a certain creativity and flair to my game. That's definitely the style that Messi has when he's out there in his matches."
Stories we're thankful for: Steph Curry
A single rickety hoop in rural Virginia. Two generations of NBA greats. Becoming Stephen Curry took dedication, a kind that made Curry's grandma position herself between the car and the hoop when he visited if she wanted a kiss hello. The Curry legend
Mascot gives Lopez a taste of own medicine
Knicks C Robin Lopez is at it again with the mascots, only this time the joke is on him.
ICYMI: Dwight receives Mutombo treatment
When 6-foot-4 Tony Allen swatted 6-foot-11 Dwight Howard's shot at the rim, that called for a finger wag.
ICYMI: CP3 drops Gobert on crossover
Clippers guard Chris Paul crossed up Jazz center Rudy Gobert, sending him crashing to the hardwood.
ICYMI: Kidd has zero chill, earns ejection
Bucks coach Jason Kidd smacked the ball out of an official's hand during Wednesday's loss to the Kings in Milwaukee after Giannis Antetokounmpo failed to draw a foul late in the fourth quarter.
First Take is thankful for sports
From the Mets making the World Series to the Clippers and Mavericks emoji drama to Michigan State defeating Michigan, First Take has a lot for which to be thankful.