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Follow live: Warriors hit Utah looking to extend historic start to season

Golden State kicks off a seven-game road trip against the Jazz, who stand in the way of a 19-0 start.

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NBA Power Rankings: Warriors take win streak on the road

A seven-game road trip could spell doom for Golden State's streak, Paul George & Co. are hitting their stride in Indy and Kobe's farewell tour officially begins. Marc Stein is taking stock of all 30 teams in the NBA.

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Rush is on as Warriors soar to 18-0 start

What's the latest treat as Stephen Curry and the Warriors kept on their unbeaten roll? They broke out some vintage Brandon Rush, Ethan Sherwood Strauss writes.


Rockets storm all the way back

Houston trailed by as many as 28 in Detroit, but a Ty Lawson 3-pointer cut it the deficit to 4 early in the fourth quarter. The Pistons are trying to restretch the lead, now back to 9. Follow live

Jazz sticking with Warriors early

Midway through the first quarter and Golden State has a slim 13-11 lead over Utah with the Warriors shooting 3-for-6 from deep already. Follow live

Boston Celtics @celtics

It's Celtics 81, Heat 75 after three quarters. Avery Bradley scored 12 points during the third quarter and is up to 20 on the night.

Warriors (18-0) at Jazz (8-7)

Golden State looks to improve to an unprecedented 19-0. First stop of a seven-game road trip? Utah, which sports the seventh most efficient defense this season. Follow live

Nick Friedell @NickFriedell

Rose is now 1-for-7 on the night. He just has not been playing well. He's struggled to find a rhythm all year.

Rasheed Wallace shows ball don't lie

Former NBA player Rasheed Wallace can still hoop. Don't believe him? He drains two jumpers -- simultaneously.


Tim MacMahon ESPN Staff Writer 

Mavs coach Rick Carlisle: "We've got to be a team that wins on grit and guts as much as our basketball IQ and skill."

Rockets going the wrong way

The Rockets are down 23 points to the Pistons at halftime. Their largest comeback win this season was a 16-point comeback against the Trail Blazers on Nov. 18. Detroit's Reggie Jackson has 17 points while Andre Drummond has 10. James Harden leads Houston with 11 points. Halftime stats

Spurs lead after one in Chicago

LaMarcus Aldridge is pacing San Antonio with 10 points, 6 rebounds and a block while Pau Gasol is trying to keep Chicago close with 6 points. Follow live

Rockets failing to launch at the Palace

Detroit has busted open a 24-point lead midway through the second quarter and Houston's early-season woes continue to plague them. Follow live

Hawks blitzing Thunder early

It's midway through the quarter and Atlanta doesn't care that the former MVP has been hot for Oklahoma City. The Hawks lead 18-6 and there's still 6 minutes left in the first. Follow live

Ian Begley ESPN Staff Writer 

Floyd Mayweather told me he flew out of Vegas on his jet early this morning to make it to tonight's Westchester Knicks game to watch Jordon Crawford

Tom Haberstroh @tomhaberstroh

After sinking the buzzer-beater, Isaiah Thomas exchanges some words with his former SAC head coach Keith Smart, who is on the Heat's bench.

Spurs ( 14-3) at Bulls (9-5)

San Antonio is off to the second-best start in the NBA, thanks in large part to them ranking first in the league in scoring defense, dropping two of three to end a four-game trip. That spells trouble for Chicago as it has shot 37.6 percent in its past three contests. Follow live


Thunder (11-6) at Hawks (11-8)

Kevin Durant is shooting a torrid 47.1 percent from 3-point range and 52.4 overall in averaging 28.4 points this season and particularly hot since coming back from a hamstring injury, averaging 30.3 points on 58.5 percent shooting in three Thunder wins. Follow live

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