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Warriors Handle Kings, Stay Undefeated

The Warriors, fueled by Draymond Green's triple-double, top the Kings for 18-0.

On League Pass: Timberwolves-Clippers

At 8-8, both teams looks to get their record above .500 this afternoon in L.A. (LIVE).

On NBA TV: Sixers vs. Grizzlies

Philadelphia looks to avoid an 0-18 start to 2015-16 as they visit Memphis (6 ET).

Saturday Rewind: LeBron Takes Control

LeBron James hits a game-winner on a Saturday night filled with big-time shots.

The Biggest Apple

Knicks rookie Kristaps Porzingis has gone from project to prince already at MSG.

Shootaround: Questioning The Approach

Marcin Gortat isn't sold on the Wizards' small-ball lineups to begin 2015-16.

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Horry Scale

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'Joseph Cool'

Cory Joseph's big 3 shocked the Wizards, but how does it rank?



Everything zen?

Luke Walton isn't sold on Kobe Bryant's comparison of him to Phil Jackson.


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'Get up!'

C.J. McCollum wasn't shy about motivating himself pregame.

Kia MVP Ladder

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Mission: Possible?

What does Anthony Davis need to do to get back into the chase?

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Great depth

Golden State's surge to 18-0 is not all about the MVP.

The Starters

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Sizzling squad

Can the Warriors win 72? There's no reason to believe they can't.

Under The Rim

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Got him

Chris Paul dropping Rudy Gobert makes Smitty's best-of.

The Sideline

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Paying tribute

Catch the pulse of social media during last week's big events.

Stats & Standings

Stats Leaders


Rank Eastern W L
1 Cleveland 13 4
2 Indiana 10 5
3 Miami 10 5
4 Toronto 11 6
5 Chicago 9 5
6 Atlanta 11 8
7 Boston 9 7
8 Charlotte 9 7
Rank Western W L
1 Golden State 18 0
2 San Antonio 14 3
3 Oklahoma City 11 6
4 Dallas 10 7
5 Utah 8 7
6 Memphis 9 8
7 L.A. Clippers 8 8
8 Minnesota 8 8
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Back on track

The Pelicans lost but Anthony Davis returned to form with a 36-point, 11-rebound night.