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Curry predicts a Panthers blowout

Steph Curry & Co. took care of business. Then, he predicted the Panthers would take care of business.

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Nuggets (20-31) at Knicks (23-30)

Carmelo Anthony is expected to start for the Knicks, who will look to avoid a season-high fifth straight loss as the Nuggets begin a 4-game road series. Follow live

Kings (21-29) at Celtics (30-22)

The Celtics have won 8 of their last 9 games -- including Friday's win over the first-place Cavaliers -- as they take on a Kings team that's lost 6 of its last 7 while allowing 116.4 points per game. Follow live

Michael Wallace ESPN Staff Writer 

Miami Heat coach Erik Spoelstra said he will remain with a starting lineup that has Amar'e Stoudemire opening at center and Hassan Whiteside coming off the bench. Whiteside is coming off his third triple-double of the season with at least 10 blocks heading into Sunday's game against the Clippers. Spoelstra insists there is no quarterback controversy at center in Miami, but rather a preference, for now, to maintain the continuity from the Heat's past two weeks of success.

Michael Wallace ESPN Staff Writer 

Los Angeles Clippers coach Doc Rivers confirmed before Sunday's game against the Miami Heat that son and Clippers guard Austin Rivers will miss 4-to-6 weeks to recover from a broken bone in his hand. Rivers discuses the limited options moving forward with his depleted rotation.

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Monta Ellis plays peek-a-boo with pass

Where's Jordan Hill? There he is!

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Terrible Steph Curry impersonations

SportsCenter anchors John Buccigross and Steve Levy are not Steph Curry. No one will ever make that mistake.

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SC Throwback: MJ, Bulls take on Warriors

On Feb. 7, 1996, the Warriors were 21-26 and lost to the Bulls team that would win a record 72 games. Twenty years later, the Warriors are on pace to beat that Bulls record.

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Look at Curry's dab, everybody sayin' dab

Klay Thompson's game-clinching 3 got Steph Curry dabbin'.

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Hornets mascot takes on Broncos fan

Hugo the Hornet made sure this fan paid for wearing a Broncos jersey in Panthers country.

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Tim MacMahon ESPN Staff Writer 

Rick Carlisle had high praise for rookie Justin Anderson after the first-round pick, who has played sparingly most of the season, was plus-6 in 13 minutes during the Mavs' overtime win in Memphis. "We knew he was a special kid when we drafted him," Carlisle told reporters. "It's been an arduous process getting him to the point where he is now, where he understands what his job is on the team and how to really funnel his energies. But he's doing a good job. He's just got to continue it."

There's a reason Rudy Gobert is open

The Jazz C is a baller in the paint. From 19 feet, he's more of an airballer.

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OKC was trying to prepare for Warriors

But Cameron Payne needed a few more minutes, it seemed. Get out the way, Payne!

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Ian Begley ESPN Staff Writer 

Derek Fisher on Rajon Rondo saying that he wouldn't want to play in the triangle offense: "He wasn't very successful playing against it."

Ian Begley ESPN Staff Writer 

Carmelo Anthony missed Friday's game against Memphis with left knee soreness. Derek Fisher said Carmelo felt well enough to play after taking part in a light workout on Saturday.

Ian Begley ESPN Staff Writer 

Carmelo Anthony will play against the Nuggets and is expected to start.

ICYMI: Jeff Van Gundy recognizes Beyoncé

And he can't contain his enthusiasm.

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Andre Iguodala finds cracks in Thunder

And he knows that a good slam will fill it.

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ICYMI: LeBron with a devastating dunk

The coast was clear and LeBron made the Pelicans pay the price.

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The Warriors' secret to winning

If your team can hold the Warriors under 50 percent shooting, less than 10 3-pointers and under 25 assists, they just might pull out a win. However, that's easier said than done.

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Elhassan: 'Coach Karl deserves better'

ESPN's Amin Elhassan says he told George Karl not to go to the Kings.

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Royce Young ESPN Staff Writer 

Kevin Durant on knowing that the Thunder will likely have to go through the Warriors eventually. "We're not ducking nobody."

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Ethan Sherwood Strauss ESPN Staff Writer 

Steph Curry trash talks Rick Reilly about the Super Bowl

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