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Ian Begley ESPN Staff Writer 

Kristaps Porzingis, on ESPN 98.7 FM, on getting booed at the draft: "I wouldnt say it (is) on my mind but it still sits in side of you a little bit. Thats not a good feeling when you get booed obviously. I dont want it stay on my mind the whole time, (I dont want) just to be good because someone booed me. I want to be a great player just because thats the way I am. I want to be the best I can be.

George, Miles light it up from 3 for Pacers

Paul George (7-8) and C.J. Miles (6-7) are a combined 13-of-15 from behind the arc tonight against the Wizards. It's just the second time in 30 years that the Pacers have had two players hit at least six 3's in a single game. Follow live

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Derrick Rose getting ready for his return in Portland.

Indiana Pacers @Pacers

PG for 3 (again)! He's hit all five of his shots from behind the arc and now has 25 points tonight.

Mavericks (9-5) at Grizzlies (7-7), 8:00 ET

After Dallas and Memphis had their longest win streaks of the season snapped over the weekend, the two are looking to get back on track. Follow live

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Hawks (9-6) at Celtics (7-6)

The Hawks have lost four of five, while the Celtics are playing without Marcus Smart, who is expected to miss at least two weeks with a leg injury. Follow live

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Pacers (8-5) at Wizards (6-4) 7:00 P.M. ET

The Pacers opened the season with three losses in a row but have picked up their pace with two consecutive wins. The Wizards are looking to add another victory to their three-game win streak. Follow live


Ian Begley ESPN Staff Writer 

Kristaps Porzingis says he's learning from Knicks president Phil Jackson. "Phil is there for me, whatever I need on the court, off the court stuff. So we have a great relationship obviously," Porzingis said on on ESPN 98.7 FM. "Hes always helping me with little details on the court. Hes a master so I couldnt ask for a better mentor."

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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Lawson benched for 4th straight game

The Rockets' big offseason move was trading four backups for Ty Lawson but Lawson has been starting the game on the bench the past three games and will extend it to a fourth on Wednesday.


ICYMI: Melo takes a walk, refs don't mind

Dribbling may still be a part of basketball, but Carmelo Anthony went without it here and the referees didn't call it.


Steven Adams with all-time easy block

The next time Rodney Hood drives the lane, we think he'll try a different strategy than this.


Justise Winslow spikes layup attempt

Arron Afflalo thought he had a clear lane to steal the layup. But Justise was tracking him down.


All Luke Walton's wins go to Steve Kerr

Due to a rule for interim coaches, the Warriors' 15 wins all officially funnel to Kerr, who's still out with complications from his first back surgery, instead of Walton. Kerr told ESPN's Ethan Sherwood Strauss: "Luke's doing all the work with the rest of the staff. Luke is 15-and-0 right now. I'm not. So, it's the dumbest thing I've ever heard, to be honest with you. I don't even understand it." Story

Ethan Sherwood Strauss ESPN Staff Writer 

Another look at the new, grey, Curry colorway

Warriors dominating with Small Ball

No lineup epitomizes the current NBA game better than the Warriors' lineup of Stephen Curry, Klay Thompson, Andre Iguodala, Harrison Barnes and Draymond Green. This season, that lineup has outscored opponents 200-119 in just 56 minutes. They've shot almost 65 percent from the field and made 31-of-47 3-pointers while playing at a blistering pace of 109 possessions per 48 minutes, much faster than the Kings' league-leading pace.