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Curry crossover crosses up Clarkson

Stephen Curry used a pick and this really slick behind-the-back dribble to send Lakers guard Jordan Clarkson flying.


Michael B. Jordan is ... Michael Jordan

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


Steph spins and of course it goes in

Stephen Curry was letting the ball roll but picked it up quickly and put a turning move on D'Angelo Russell before making a smooth layup.


Hornets extend Steve Clifford

The coach has agreed to a multiyear extension with Charlotte, according to ESPN's Brian Windhorst and the Charlotte Observer. The contract includes a three-year guarantee for Clifford, who was hired in 2013. He is 84-94 overall in Charlotte.

Lakers' defenses make it easy for Curry

Stephen Curry has many dazzling moves, but he didn't need any here: The Lakers left a clear path to the basket for him.


Warriors make history with easy win

The defending champion Warriors set the record for best start in NBA history at 16-0 as Stephen Curry had 24 points and nine assists in a 111-77 rout of the Lakers.


From The Mag: The cruel tutelage of KG

The decision to entrust the mentorship of No. 1 pick Karl-Anthony Towns to a player prone to diatribes, outbursts and head-banging pregame rituals is, as Jackie MacMullan puts it, a compelling and sizable gamble. Yelling and screaming

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Kobe: Warriors could set new win streak

The NBA's longest win streak is 33 games, but Kobe Bryant could see that being broken by this year's Warriors: "They've managed to put together a team of extremely intelligent players and extremely versatile players, and great shooters. And so I see no reason why they couldn't continue to extend (the record)."

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Kerr visits Warriors before historic game

Steve Kerr might not have actually entered the arena, but he made his presence felt before Golden State went out in search of 16-0. Said interim coach Luke Walton: "We have core values as a team and he put them on the whiteboard before we started shootaround. ... He emphasized how proud he was because we're hitting all four of those values pretty much every night."

Griffin gets off ground, nails 3 before landing

The Clippers went all jump passes on this play, but Blake Griffin nails the 3 while still in midair.


Butler hits halfcourt buzzer-beater

The Bulls' Jimmy Butler burned the Blazers by hitting this halfcourt shot at the halftime horn.


Draymond Green: 'The sky's the limit'

Draymond Green is enjoying setting an NBA record for best start at 16-0, but knows the Warriors have plenty still to improve on to be a better team later in the season.


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Kobe: "I couldve scored 80 tonight. It wouldnt have made a damn difference. We just have bigger problems."

Bulls best Blazers in Rose's return

Derrick Rose scored 17 points in his return to the lineup, helping the Bulls to a 93-88 win over the Trail Blazers.


All Lakers starters can't match Steph

The Los Angles starting lineup made 10 field goals in the 111-77 loss to the Warriors ... or exactly the same number that Stephen Curry made in that game.


Warriors set NBA record to open season

Golden State is now 16-0, which is the best start of the NBA season ever, after an easy 111-77 win over the Lakers. Box score


Warriors keeping it 100 at home

Golden State has now scored at least 100 points in 43 straight home games, the longest streak since the 1990-91 Nuggets (47 straight). The Warriors lead the Lakers 106-70 in the fourth quarter. Follow live