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  • Warriors’ Stephen Curry faces big competition for All-Star Game captain

    Warriors guard Stephen Curry could have a tough time becoming an All-Star team captain. Curry, who was a captain with LeBron James under the league’s new All-Star Game format last year, needs to be his conference’s top vote-getter to choose rosters from a pool of players voted as starters and reserves. But with James now in the Western Conference as part of the Lakers, that should be tricky. With 793,111 votes, Curry was a distant second to James (1,083,363) in the first fan returns announced...

  • LeBron (groin) out at least the next 2 games

    LeBron James (groin) will miss at least the next two games for the Lakers and won't travel with the team on an upcoming two-game road trip, his agent told ESPN.
  • The time the Warriors almost traded Stephen Curry to the Bucks

    It would’ve been a bucking good deal. Milwaukee Bucks co-owner Marc Lasry said the team “killed” a trade with the Warriors that would have swapped Stephen Curry for Andrew Bogut during the 2011-12 season, according to a report. The Bucks’ medical team at the time was concerned about Curry’s ankles, causing the team’s management to

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  • NBA Power Rankings: Stephen Curry and the Warriors Are Scorching Hot

    Stephen Curry is scorching hot, Klay Thompson is no longer slumping and Golden State is trending upward in this week's NBA power rankings. The Crossover looks at the Warriors' grand start to the New Year and much more.
  • Stephen Curry scores 48 points as Warriors top Mavs

    DALLAS - In Stephen Curry and Kevin Durant, the Warriors boast the ultimate bail-out. Never mind if the rest of the team is laboring. When those two former MVPs are working in lockstep to form the most lethal 1-2 punch in the NBA, Golden State tends to win. In Sunday night's 119-114 victory over the Mavericks at American Airlines Center, the Warriors had little answer for Rookie of the Year front-runner Luka Doncic and got minimal help from their complementary options, only to still push their...

  • Stephen Curry explodes for 10 3s as Warriors outgun Kings

    SACRAMENTO, Calif. — Stephen Curry scored 20 of his 42 points in the fourth quarter and had 10 3-pointers, and the Golden State Warriors held on to beat the Sacramento Kings 127-123 on Saturday night. Kevin Durant added 29 points, nine assists and five rebounds, and Klay Thompson scored 20 points to help the Warriors

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  • Sabres captain Eichel to miss at least 2 games with injury

    BUFFALO, N.Y. (AP) - Buffalo Sabres captain Jack Eichel will miss at least two games with an upper body injury. Coach Phil Housley didn't reveal the nature of the injury except to list Eichel as day to day ahead of Buffalo's home game against Florida on Thursday. Eichel will miss