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Splash Bros. getting it done
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Stephen Curry and Klay Thompson have combined for 23 points, helping Golden State take a 12-point lead over Dallas at the break. Watch live on ESPN/WatchESPN

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Deron Williams wore a red shirt with an X pregame. Supporting the End It movement, which shines a light on ending slavery/sex-trafficking.

Here come the Spurs
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Kawhi Leonard and Tony Parker combined to score 49 points in the Spurs' 120-111 win over the Nuggets. San Antonio is rounding into playoff form, having won 11 of its past 12 home games, but the Spurs remain a game behind Dallas for the sixth seed in the West.

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Curry's trick pass mesmerizes Mavs
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Few players ever have had more confidence than Steph Curry, who got tricky with this pass, then started trotting back the other way before Harrison Barnes had even caught the ball. Curry didn't even need to see the ball go in.

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Warriors hitting from deep
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Golden State is 8-of-13 from 3-point range to start the game and it leads 44-37 with under four minutes to play in the half. Live on ESPN/WatchESPN

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The Hawks are for real
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Six different Atlanta players scored in double figures, and the team's lockdown defense forced LeBron James into a season-high nine turnovers, as Atlanta improved to a league-best 49-12.

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Suns have flair for the dramatic
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Phoenix flirted with NBA infamy by missing its first 21 3-pointers, but Marcus Morris got the Suns to overtime and Brandon Knight took over to lead Phoenix to a win over the Nets. And the Suns finished with an entire 3 made 3s -- on 26 attempts.

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Kevin Love not discouraged by CLE losing season series 3-1 to ATL: "Theyre a very good team and were hoping to see them down the stretch"

Curry Off to spicy start
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Stephen Curry brought his flamethrower with him to start things off against the Mavericks. He's 3-for-4 from deep, including this bucket that capped a 12-0 Warriors run live on ESPN.

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Horford: Playoff atmosphere vs. Cavs
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Al Horford on the Hawks' win over Cleveland: "Two great teams, we're fighting... Everyone's trying to get ready for the playoffs, so the intensity's going to go up."

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Spurs sneak away with win in Denver

Ty Lawson pushed the Nuggets to the limit, scoring 23 points and dishing 9 assists but all five of San Antonio's starters scored in double figures, led by Kawhi Leonard's 25 points and Tony Parker's 24 as the Spurs secured the win 120-111. Box score

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Harden's triple-doubles second to one
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James Harden trails only Russell Westbrook (6) in triple-doubles this season. But his third triple-double tonight against the Pistons -- and 27th 30-point game -- helped the Rockets avoid a season-high 3-game losing streak.

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Warriors off and running
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After a bit of a slow start, Golden State has put together a 12-0 run to take a 20-14 lead midway through the first quarter. Watch live on ESPN/WatchESPN

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Nets collapse, lose to Suns
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Brooklyn led by as many as 15 -- and held a double-digit lead with under 5 minutes left -- but fell apart down the stretch and ended up losing in overtime, 108-100, despite Phoenix making just 3-of-26 from 3-point range. Box score

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Grizzlies snatch victory from Lakers
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The Lakers held a 3-point lead with 3 minutes remaining, but Zach Randolph (24 points, 13 rebounds) and Marc Gasol (9 points in the fourth) helped Memphis close on a 13-3 run for a 97-90 win. Tony Allen -- yes, that Tony Allen -- was 7-for-8 from the floor.

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Boston Celtics @celtics

Stevens on Thomas' freedom on O: "It never wavers. If he misses 10 in a row he'll have the same color light - it's always gonna be green."

Mavs off to quick start
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A pair of three-pointers has the Mavericks on top of the Warriors 6-0 and forces Steve Kerr to call a timeout less than two minutes into the game. Watch live on ESPNEWS/WatchESPN

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