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Anthony Mason Dies At 48

Anthony Mason, a fan favorite who helped New York to the '94 NBA Finals, has died.

Friday Rewind: Wild, Wild West

The Blazers, Clippers and Warriors get wins, while Russell Westbrook stays hot.

Shootaround: Coming Together

Rajon Rondo says he and coach Rick Carlisle are getting back on the same page.

Bold Predictions: MVP Race

Can Russell Westbrook catch Stephen Curry and James Harden in MVP hunt?

Chicago Hope

For a change, the news on Derrick Rose's injury gives new life to the Bulls' title hopes.

Losing A Legend

Earl Lloyd, the NBA's first black player, brought quiet pride and grace to the game.

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Hang Time Blog

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Out of magic?

It may not cost them the playoffs, but the Wizards are in free fall.



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Not that bleak

This time, the Bulls feel better about Derrick Rose's return.

Kia MVP Ladder

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Things are heating up

Houston's James Harden is one of four legit MVP candidates.

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Fan Night Vote

Smitty's Mt. Rushmore

Smitty's Top Five

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Funny stuff

Comedian Kevin Hart gets an All-Star lesson from teen Mo'ne Davis.

Inside Stuff

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Trade deadline

We take a last look at the last-minute deals (NBA TV, noon ET).

Stats & Standings

Stats Leaders


Rank Eastern W L
1 Atlanta 46 12
2 Toronto 37 21
3 Chicago 37 22
4 Cleveland 37 23
5 Washington 33 26
6 Milwaukee 32 26
7 Miami 25 32
8 Indiana 24 34
Rank Western W L
1 Golden State 45 11
2 Memphis 41 16
3 Houston 40 18
4 Portland 38 19
5 Dallas 39 21
6 L.A. Clippers 38 21
7 San Antonio 35 23
8 Oklahoma City 32 27
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Westbrook does it again

Russell Westbrook is the first player with three straight triple-doubles since LeBron James in 2009.