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2015-16 Schedule
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Big guys show off skills

Draymond Green, Anthony Davis and DeMarcus Cousins didn't win the Taco Bell Skills Challenge, but they looked good running the course. Kevin Pelton graded each of the big men within the C range. All-Star Grades: Skills Challenge

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Splash Brothers put on a shooting clinic

Klay Thompson dethrones his teammate Steph Curry as the Foot Locker Three-Point Contest champ. Kevin Pelton gave Thompson the higher grade for bring home the trophy. All-Star Grades: 3-point contest

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Thompson outduels Curry, wins 3-point shootout (0:48)
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Thompson dethrones Curry to win 3-point shootout

Sharpshooter Klay Thompson topped teammate and defending champ Stephen Curry to win the 3-point contest, and Karl-Anthony Towns won the Skills Challenge to kick off NBA All-Star Saturday Night.

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Klay Thompson on Steph Curry, who he beat in the final of the 3-point shootout: "He makes me better every day in practice."

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The 3-Point Shootout trophy is staying in the Bay, but it now belongs to Klay Thompson, who was a perfect 5-for-5 on the money ball rack to finish with 27 points.

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Steph Curry electrified the crowd, making 11 in a row at one point and draining a money ball at the buzzer to advance to the final.

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Stephen Curry says there's a different rhythm to shooting off a rack, but adds "at the end of the day you gotta make shots."

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Against all odds, Kevin Hart beat Draymond Green 13-12 in their 3-point shootout. Draymond still got a trophy that might be taller than Kevin.

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Green headed to Moron Mountain?

Rumors of a "Space Jam" sequal or remake have been swirling for years, so Muggsy Bogues picks his lineup of potential players who could lose their talent. Bogues believes Draymond Green might need to be wary of aliens trying to steal his skills. Muggsy's potential Monstars

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Come and take it

Houston's Patrick Beverley will not have an opportunity to defend his Taco Bell Skills Challenge title. However, Steph Curry and Zach LaVine will look to defend theirs.

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Who ya got?

Defending Foot Locker Three-point Contest winner Steph Curry headlines a star-studded sharp-shooting class on Saturday. Curry's Splash Brother, Klay Thompson, is in the contest, along with Toronto's hometown shooter, Kyle Lowry.

Thompson y Curry: Rivales por una noche

El concurso de triples será la atracción de la noche, donde Klay Thompson busca destronar al campeón Stephen Curry. Mirar

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NBA All-Stars try to name five famous Canadians (2:15)
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Klay's good on paper (1:13)
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Draymond Green: "I believe" I'm a top five player. (4:16)
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Steph Curry aiming join elite MVP list

The reigning MVP has the Warriors in position to repeat as NBA champions this season. If Golden State wins back-to-back titles, Curry would become the fourth player in NBA history to be named MVP and win an NBA title in consecutive seasons.

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Warriors with clear path to 70 wins

According to ESPN's BPI, Golden State has an 86 percent chance at reaching a 70 wins this season. Can Steve Kerr's bunch break the 1995-96 Bulls record that he helped set?

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Steph Curry going for NBA triple crown

The Warriors' superstar is closing in on a feat that has only been done by three other players in NBA history. At the All-Star break, Curry leads the NBA in scoring (29.8), is the front-runner to repeat as the MVP and has his team as favorites to win the NBA title.

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Curry downing 3-pointers at historic pace

Steph Curry has lead the NBA in made 3-pointers for the last three season, and is on his way to a fourth. The Warriors sharpshooter has knocked down 245 shots from beyond the arc at the All-Star break this season.

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Final seconds, who's taking the shot? You or Steph? (1:32)
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Steph Curry at the ASG break

The reigning MVP leads the NBA in points per game (29.8) while averaging 33.8 minutes per game. What would Curry's numbers look like if he wasn't always sitting during the fourth quarters in blowouts?

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Draymond: Can't compare Curry to LeBron (0:51)

Team Stats

Points Per Game115.51st
Rebounds Per Game46.93rd
Assists Per Game29.21st
Points Allowed103.020th

Team History

YEARWLPCT
2015-1600.000
2014-156715.817
2013-145131.622
2012-134735.573
2011-122343.348

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