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  • Kyle Korver Talks Cavaliers' Struggles, Says Ty Lue Is in 'Tough Spot'

    Despite Saturday's embarrassing 148-124 loss to the Oklahoma City Thunder, Cleveland Cavaliers head coach Tyronn Lue said he doesn't have any lineup changes planned, per Dave McMenamin of ESPN.com. Guard Kyle Korver offered his support. "Ty's in a tough spot, he really is," Korver said, per McMenamin. "I think he really cares about the spirit of our team and trying to keep guys positive and keep guys rolling in the same direction. I think there's always speculation any time the team is not...

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  • Cavs searching for answers after latest NBA setback

    Cleveland superstar LeBron James says the Cavs must find a way to snap out of their downward spiral before they can even entertain the idea of a fourth...

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  • Oklahoma City Thunder Put Up Franchise-Record 148 Regulation Points vs. Cavs

    Fact: With a 148-124 victory over the Cleveland Cavaliers on Saturday, the Oklahoma City Thunder set a franchise record for most points in a non-overtime game. Bleacher Report will be bringing sports fans the most interesting and engaging Cold Hard Facts of the day, presented by Coors Light. Source: Oklahoma City Thunder

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  • Kyrie wants skidding Celts to embrace adversity

    Celtics guard Kyrie Irving believes that his team was overdue for a bit of adversity following their first three-game skid of the season and wants the Celtics to learn to "weather the storm no matter what."

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  • Kanter trolls LeBron again, gets warning

    Enes Kanter said that a former teammate told him LeBron James will get his revenge after the Knicks' big man again trolled James on Twitter.

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  • No time to dwell: Cavs keep lineup, get to work

    Rather than dwell on Cleveland's historically poor defensive performance Saturday against the Thunder, Cavs coach Tyronn Lue decided against showing his team the game tape from the blowout loss and simply went back to work on the court Sunday.

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  • NBA superstar Paul George teams up with Sony to make PlayStation-themed Nike shoe

    The PlayStation shoes will have Dualshock vibrations like the controller and be able to illuminate the tongue with LED lights.

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  • Clint Capela Says Rockets Are 'Better Than' the Warriors After Saturday's Win

    After the Houston Rockets defeated the Golden State Warriors on Saturday 116-108, center Clint Capela said he believes the Rockets are the better team, per Tim MacMahon of ESPN.com: "We're confident because we know if we're doing what we're supposed to do, we're going to beat them. We've got to keep playing. We know that they're going to come back if we have the lead, and we've just got to keep that mindset. Sometimes I feel like, in the past, we were all dragging down after mistakes. But today,...

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  • Warriors fall to Rockets again while LeBron James despairs at inept Cavaliers

    Clint Capela says Houston are a better team than Golden StateCleveland are 3-9 since Christmas Day after 148-124 loss to ThunderJames Harden felt closer to normal after struggling in his first game back from a hamstring injury, and the Houston Rockets got a big game from Chris Paul to down the Golden State Warriors on Saturday night. The Warriors’ opponents in the last three NBA Finals have much bigger problems, however: the Cavaliers put in a terrible defensive performance as they lost 148-124...

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  • LeBron James: Cavaliers 'Could Easily Get Bounced Early in the Playoffs'

    Cleveland Cavaliers star LeBron James believes his team is in danger of an early postseason exit if it continues its current struggles. "Playoffs? We can't even start thinking about that, not the way we're playing right now," he said after the Cavaliers' 148-124 loss to the Oklahoma City Thunder on Saturday, per Dave McMenamin of ESPN.com. "We could easily get bounced early in the playoffs if they started next weekend. Haven't even began thinking about the postseason." It was Cleveland's ninth...

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  • Wife of killed NBA player Lorenzen Wright charged with his murder

    Former Memphis Grizzlies basketball player Lorenzen Wright was shot dead in 2010. His wife Sherra Wright has been charged with his murder.

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  • Five takeaways from Clippers' loss to the Utah Jazz

    ​Here are five things we learned from the Clippers' 125-113 loss Saturday to the Utah Jazz: 1) After playing in his 500th career game Saturday night against the Utah Jazz, Clippers forward Blake Griffin joined some legendary NBA company. He became one of two players to average at least 21 points,...

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  • LeBron James: Cavaliers 'Could Easily Get Bounced Early in the Playoffs'

    Cleveland Cavaliers star LeBron James believes his team is in danger of an early postseason exit if it continues its current struggles. "Playoffs? We can't even start thinking about that, not the way we're playing right now," he said after the Cavaliers' 148-124 loss to the Oklahoma City Thunder on Saturday, per Dave McMenamin of ESPN.com. "We could easily get bounced early in the playoffs if they started next weekend. Haven't even began thinking about the postseason." It was Cleveland's ninth...

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  • Wife of killed NBA player Lorenzen Wright charged with his murder

    Former Memphis Grizzlies basketball player Lorenzen Wright was shot dead in 2010. His wife Sherra Wright has been charged with his murder.

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  • Five takeaways from Clippers' loss to the Utah Jazz

    ​Here are five things we learned from the Clippers' 125-113 loss Saturday to the Utah Jazz: 1) After playing in his 500th career game Saturday night against the Utah Jazz, Clippers forward Blake Griffin joined some legendary NBA company. He became one of two players to average at least 21 points,...

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  • Fearless predictions: Hornets better crown these Kings

    Five fearless predictions for Monday’s Charlotte Hornets game against the Sacramento Kings: 1. Zach Randolph will out-old school Dwight Howard Sacramento’s Randolph and Charlotte’s Howard are throwback low-post scorers. Randolph … Click to Continue

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  • How badly did the Charlotte Hornets damage their relationship with Kemba Walker?

    The question isn’t just whether the relationship between Kemba Walker and the Charlotte Hornets ever will be the same. It’s whether that relationship ever can be the same. Friday morning, … Click to Continue

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  • Five takeaways from the Rockets’ streak-halting victory over the reigning champions

    Chris Paul, James Harden and the undermanned Rockets make a pivotal statement with a 116-108 win over the Warriors.

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  • Thunder blast Cavaliers 148-124 in Cleveland

    LeBron James couldn't get to 30,000 career points and he and his Cleveland teammates couldn't stop Paul George, Russell Westbrook or Carmelo Anthony as the Oklahoma City Thunder thumped the host Cavaliers 148-124 on Saturday for their fourth straight win. Oklahoma City tied the record for the most points scored against Cleveland in a regulation game. Philadelphia scored 148 in 1972. George scored 36 points, Westbrook had 23 and 20 assists and Anthony scored 29...

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  • Warriors’ offense goes silent late in loss at Houston

    HOUSTON - Klay Thompson is perhaps the best No. 3 option in NBA history. A catch-and-shoot maestro, he is arguably the best long-range marksman ever not named Stephen Curry. His dip in scoring this season has overshadowed the fact that he is flirting with inclusion in the ultra-exclusive 50-40-90 club, the gold standard of efficiency for shooters. But in the Warriors' 116-108 loss Saturday to the Rockets at Toyota Center, Thompson struggled when it mattered...

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  • James Harden Leads Rockets to Tight Win over Kevin Durant, Warriors

    Houston Rockets general manager Daryl Morey has gone on the record with ESPN's Ryen Russillo Show and said beating the Golden State Warriors is "the only thing we think about." On Saturday, the Rockets achieved that goal and topped the Warriors 116-108 in a frenzied showdown between the league's two highest-scoring offenses at Toyota Center. James Harden finished with 22 points and eight assists in his second game back from a hamstring injury, and his step-back three with 1:10 remaining in...

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  • NBA roundup: Cavaliers torched by Thunder

    Paul George scored 36 points, Carmelo Anthony added a season-high 29 points with 10 rebounds, and Russell Westbrook recorded a season-best 20 assists as ...

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  • NBC4 2018 Pyeongchang Winter Olympics Special

    With the Olympic Winter Games just weeks away, NBC4's Eun Yang offers a look at the culture of South Korea.

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