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Redick catching fire against Blazers
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J.J. Redick has 22 points through the third quarter against the Blazers. He's scored 30 points just once this season -- also against Portland. The Clippers lead 61-53 just over five minutes into the period. Watch live on ESPN/WatchESPN

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Paul moving up all-time list
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Chris Paul has seven assists tonight, pushing him past Muggsy Bogues on the NBA's all-time list. Next up for Paul is Guy Rodgers who has 6,917 -- 186 more than CP3. Watch live

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Bucks roar to life out of half
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The Bucks are on an early 5-0 run to start the third quarter against the Warriors and have taken a 58-53 lead. Follow live

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Royce Young @royceyoung

Westbrook what he's thinking on the FT MVP chants: "Make em. If I could make some maybe we wouldn't be sitting here at this time right now."

Westbrook really might be the real MVP
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Russell Westbrook recorded his fourth straight triple-double in the Thunder's 123-118 overtime win against the 76ers. The last player with four straight triple-doubles? Michael Jordan -- in 1989.

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Warriors & Bucks are tied at 53 at the break. Warriors are 40-4 when tied OR leading at the half this season (3-1 when tied)

Bucks making most of generous Curry
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Stephen Curry has just 7 points, but he's dished 9 assists as the Warriors and Bucks are tied at 53 after two quarters. Milwaukee fans, beware -- the Curry supernova is likely still to come. Follow live

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Halftime watch: Lillard convo
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Damian Lillard has 6 rebounds at halftime. Before the game, he sat down with Jalen Rose to talk about being an underdog throughout his career, playing with LaMarcus Aldridge and his love of music.

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Clippers buoyed by backcourt
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Chris Paul and J.J. Redick have 31 points on a combined 13-for-23 shooting to lead the Clippers to a 48-46 halftime lead over the Blazers. Watch live on ESPN/WatchESPN

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Davis already snagging team records
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It took Anthony Davis just 175 career games played to become the Pelicans' all-time leader in blocks. "Its a blessing. In my third year, being a franchise holder in any stat is a blessing," Davis said.

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Walker return in works?
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Kemba Walker (left knee) was cleared today to resume all basketball activities today. The Hornets' scoring leader said he hopes to play next week during Charlotte's three-game homestand.

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Whatever you do, don't foul Harden
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After holding James Harden to 18 points, Grizzlies guard Courtney Lee said the key to stopping Harden is "not fouling." Wednesday night was just Harden's second game of the season with two or fewer free throw attempts in at least 10 minutes.

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Michael Wallace @WallaceNBA_ESPN

Deng treated for deep thigh bruise. Heat off tomorrow, so hope is no extensive swelling overnight. Last thing Heat need is another injury.

Deep thoughts for Clippers and Blazers
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The Clippers and Blazers are a combined 10-for-21 from 3-point range halfway through the second quarter, and the Blazers lead 38-36. Watch live on ESPN/WatchESPN

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A Grizzly loss for Rockets
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Marc Gasol's contested shot in the final seconds pushed the Grizzlies to a 102-100 win and a 2.5-game lead for second in the West over the Rockets. James Harden was frustrated by what he felt was a no-call in the closing seconds.

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J.A. Adande @jadande

Austin Rivers had a crossover followed by an Hakeem ball fake in the lane for the bucket. Playing with more confidence