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Heat cool Lakers in NBA Finals rematch

Chicago 122, Sacramento 114 Phoenix 128, Memphis 97 Charlotte 102, Golden State 100 Washington 118, Portland 111 Miami 96, LA Lakers 94 LOS ANGELES (AFP) – Jimmy Butler and Kendrick Nunn combined for 51 points as the Miami Heat defeated reigning league champions the Los Angeles Lakers 96-94 Saturday, in a rematch of last season’s […]

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Clippers snap Jazz’s 9-game win streak

NBA RESULTS Minnesota 81, Toronto 86Philadelphia 112, Chicago 105Boston 121, Atlanta 109LA Clippers 116, Utah 112Memphis 109, Detroit 95Milwaukee 98, Oklahoma City 85New Orleans 114, Phoenix 132Orlando 124, Golden State 120 LOS ANGELES (AFP) – Kawhi Leonard returned from a leg injury to score 29 points as the revitalized Los Angeles Clippers beat the NBA-leading […]

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Nets overpower depleted Lakers; Bucks stumble again

Brooklyn 109, LA Lakers 98 Toronto 110, Milwaukee 96 Miami 118, Sacramento 110 LOS ANGELES (AFP) – James Harden scored 23 points as the Brooklyn Nets blew away a depleted Los Angeles Lakers in a one-sided showdown between the Eastern and Western Conference heavyweights on Thursday. With Kevin Durant sidelined with a hamstring strain, Harden […]

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Fil-Am Clarkson deserves spot in NBA All-Star Game, says Charles Barkley

By JONAS TERRADO Charles Barkley is batting for the inclusion of Utah Jazz super sub Jordan Clarkson in next month’s NBA All-Star Game in Atlanta. The NBA legend and studio analyst for the popular Inside the NBA included the Fil-American guard in his list of Western Conference reserves for the midseason event due to his […]

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Curry stars in Warriors late show; Jazz roll on

Golden State 120, Miami 112 (OT) Utah 114, LA Clippers 96 Philadelphia 118, Houston 113 Chicago 105, Detroit 102 Washington 130, Denver 128 Portland 126, New Orleans 124 Memphis 122, Oklahoma 113 Orlando 107, New York 89 Atlanta 122, Boston114 Indiana 134, Minnesota 128 (OT) GOLDEN STATE 120 — Bazemore 26, Curry 25, Wiggins 23, […]

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Short-handed Nets rally to shock Suns; Blazers, Lakers win

LOS ANGELES (AFP) – James Harden spearheaded the biggest halftime comeback in franchise history, scoring 38 points and the short-handed Brooklyn Nets rallied to stun the Phoenix Suns, 128-124, on Tuesday. Brooklyn 128, Phoenix 124, Toronto 124, Milwaukee 113 LA Lakers 112, Minnesota 104, Portland 115, Oklahoma City 104 Boston 112, Denver 99 New Orleans […]

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