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 1 Toronto R. 43-16 
 2 Boston C. 37-21 
 3 Philadelphia 76ers 37-21 
 4 Brooklyn N. 30-29 
 5 New York K. 11-47 
Central Div.
 1 Milwaukee B. 43-14 
 2 Indiana P. 38-20 
 3 Detroit P. 26-30 
 4 Chicago B. 14-44 
 5 Cleveland C. 12-46 
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 2 Orlando M. 27-32 
 3 Miami Heat 26-30 
 4 Washington W. 24-34 
 5 Atlanta H. 19-39 
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 2 Oklah.City T. 37-20 
 3 Portland TB 34-23 
 4 Utah Jazz 32-25 
 5 Minnesota T. 27-30 
Pacific Div.
 1 Golden St.W. 41-16 
 2 LA Clippers 32-27 
 3 Sacramento K. 30-27 
 4 LA Lakers 28-29 
 5 Phoenix Suns 11-48 
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 2 San Antonio S. 33-26 
 3 Dallas M. 26-31 
 4 N.Orleans P. 26-33 
 5 Memphis G. 23-36 
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Points Per Game
 James HARDEN
  Houston R.
  (196-SG-89)
  Avg: 36.6
 1. J.Harden Houston R.36.6 
 2. P.George Oklah.Ci28.7 
 3. S.Curry Golden S28.6 
 4. A.Davis N.Orlean28.1 
 5. K.Durant Golden S27.6 
 6. J.Embiid Philadel27.3 
 7. G.Antetokounmpo Milwauke27.2 
 8. K.Leonard Toron27.0 
 9. L.James LA Lakers26.8 
 10. B.Griffin Detro26.3 
Rebounds Per Game
 Andre DRUMMOND
  Detro
  (208-C-93)
  Avg: 15.1
 1. A.Drummond Detro15.1 
 2. D.Jordan Dallas M.13.7 
 3. J.Embiid Philadel13.5 
 4. A.Davis N.Orlean12.9 
 5. R.Gobert Utah Jazz12.8 
 6. G.Antetokounmpo Milwauke12.7 
 7. C.Capela Houston R.12.5 
 8. H.Whiteside Miami H12.4 
 9. N.Vucevic Orlan12.1 
 10. K.Towns Minnesot12.0 
Assists Per Game
 Russell WESTBROOK
  Oklah.Ci
  (190-PG-88)
  Avg: 11.2
 1. R.Westbrook Oklah.Ci11.2 
 2. K.Lowry Toronto R.9.2 
 3. J.Wall Washingt8.7 
 4. J.Teague Minnesot8.1 
 5. C.Paul Houston R.8.0 
 6. J.Holiday N.Orlean7.9 
 7. B.Simmons Philadel7.9 
 8. N.Jokic Denver N.7.8 
 9. J.Harden Houston R.7.7 
 10. L.James LA Lakers7.6 
Steals Per Game
 Paul GEORGE
  Oklah.Ci
  (206-G/F-90)
  Avg: 2.3
 1. P.George Oklah.Ci2.3 
 2. J.Harden Houston R.2.2 
 3. R.Westbrook Oklah.Ci2.2 
 4. C.Paul Houston R.2.1 
 5. J.Butler Philadel1.9 
 6. K.Leonard Toron1.9 
 7. K.Irving Boston C.1.7 
 8. J.Holiday Chica1.7 
 9. M.Smart Boston C.1.7 
 10. V.Oladipo India1.7 
Blocks Per Game
 Myles TURNER
  India
  (211-C/F-96)
  Avg: 2.7
 1. M.Turner India2.7 
 2. A.Davis N.Orlean2.5 
 3. M.Robinson New Y2.1 
 4. B.Lopez Milwauke2.1 
 5. H.Whiteside Miami H2.1 
 6. R.Gobert Utah Jazz2.1 
 7. J.McGee LA2.0 
 8. J.Embiid Philadel1.9 
 9. K.Towns Minnesot1.8 
 10. C.Capela Houston R.1.8 
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Day 121 (Regular Season)

Cleveland C 71% Feb.21 Phoenix Suns
Philadelphia 58% Feb.21 Miami Heat
Brooklyn N. 55% Feb.21 Portland TB
Milwaukee B 59% Feb.21 Boston C.
Golden St.W 66% Feb.21 Sacramento K
LA Lakers Feb.21 Houston R. 60%
Aldridge, DeRozan help Spurs extend Warriors' skid, 104-92 - Nov 19, 2018


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Finally faced with ''the real NBA,'' the Golden State Warriors are playing short-handed and having a hard time. LaMarcus Aldridge (6'11''-F/C-85, college: Texas) had 24 points and 18 rebounds as the San Antonio Spurs fended off a late rally to beat Golden State 104-92 on Sunday night, extending the Warriors' skid to three games. The two-time defending NBA champions are 2-5 since an eight-game winning streak. ''We've had such a charmed existence the last four seasons. So, of course, this is the toughest stretch we've been in,'' coach Steve Kerr said. ''This is the real NBA. We haven't been in the real NBA the last few years. We've been in this dream. So, now we're faced with real adversity. We've got to get out of it ourselves.'' Stephen Curry and Draymond Green (6'7''-F-90, college: Michigan St.) went down with injuries during the recent dry spell, but the biggest setback was self-inflicted. Green and Kevin Durant (6'9''-SF-88, college: Texas) had a blowup at the close of regulation in a 121-116 overtime loss to the Los Angeles Clippers last Monday. Green's tirades on the bench and in the postgame locker room led the team to hand the seventh-year forward a one-game suspension. The flare-up and the Warriors' inability to move past it spiritually has confounded Kerr. ''Just play with joy. It's always been about just our emotion,'' Durant said, describing how Kerr has encouraged his club. ''He's always been big about that. He's just trying to get that joy back.'' There wasn't much joy to be found in San Antonio. DeMar DeRozan (6'7''-F/G-89, college: USC) had 20 points and nine assists and Rudy Gay (6'8''-F/G-86, college: Connecticut) added 19 points to help the Spurs snap a three-game slide. ''We needed that one,'' Gay said. ''It was a hard-fought win for us. That's a team that needed this one, too, so it really was an uphill battle for us and good test for us.'' Aldridge provided a needed boost, shooting 10 for 16 in scoring 20-plus points for the first time since Nov. 10. ''He's been aggressive, especially on the boards,'' DeRozan said. ''Tonight he got a couple shots to go in for him. A couple of his turnarounds went in, and you know that rhythm is going to continue to come. As long as he just goes out there, plays aggressive, lets the game come to him, he's going to continue to have big nights like tonight.'' Durant scored 26 points and Klay Thompson had 25 for the Warriors. Golden State was without Curry and Green again, and their absence led to a cold start. Three nights after being held to a season-low output in a 107-86 loss at Houston, the Warriors nearly matched that dubious mark. They missed all six 3-point attempts in the first quarter as San Antonio jumped out to a 33-27 lead. Gay scored 12 points in the opening period. ''He is somebody that we have gone to at certain times in the game and that always gives players confidence,'' Spurs coach Gregg Popovich said. San Antonio also frustrated the Warriors on offense for much of the game. After quickly regaining an errant pass on their end of the court in the third quarter, Durant passed up a 3-pointer to fire a pass in the lane to Damian Jones (7'0''-C-95, college: Vanderbilt) only to have Gay stuff him at the rim. San Antonio finished with five blocked shots. Golden State's lone lead came when Andre Iguodala made two free throws to put the Warriors ahead 46-45 with 3:47 remaining in the second quarter. The lead lasted a minute as the Spurs closed the first half on an 11-2 run.
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Hamidou
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Hamidou Diallo wins NBA Slam Dunk Contest - 11 hours ago
It was a day of winning for the University of Kentucky Athletics program. The softball and baseball teams got road wins, and the basketball team dominated the No. 1 team in the country at Rupp Arena. However, it wasn't just current Kentucky Wildcats athletes getting big-time wins. Former Kentucky basketball guard and now Oklahoma City Thunder rookie Hamidou Diallo (6'6''-F/G-98, college: Kentucky) won the 2019 NBA slam dunk contest Saturday night defeating Knicks guard Dennis Smith Jr. (6...   [read more]

Joe Harris
Nets' Joe Harris shocks Warriors' Stephen Curry for 3-point title - 11 hours ago
Stephen Curry (6'3''-PG-88, college: Davidson)'s storybook 3-point contest dream ended Saturday night at the hands of Brooklyn Nets sharpshooter Joe Harris (6'6''-G-91, college: Virginia). Harris, who came into the weekend shooting a career-high 50.1 percent from 3-point land, stunned a capacity crowd in Curry's hometown of Charlotte, by knocking down 26 points in the final round, beating Curry's score of 24. "Obviously it's incredible," Harris said. "Steph is the greatest shooter of all...   [read more]

Jayson Tatum
Celtics' Jason Tatum wins Skills Challenge on half-court heave - 11 hours ago
Boston Celtics forward Jayson Tatum (6'8''-F-98, college: Duke) guaranteed a victory in Saturday night's NBA Skills Challenge competition during NBA All-Star Weekend media day on Saturday morning. As confident as he was, he sure made it as dramatic as possible. He came from behind to dispatch Kyle Kuzma (6'9''-F-95, college: Utah) and Nikola Jokic (6'10''-C-95, agency: BeoBasket) to make the final round. But to beat Atlanta Hawks rookie Trae Young, he needed a little something extra. Youn...   [read more]


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