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Oklahoma City improved to 11-3 in the month of December after a big win over Houston on Monday.
St. Louis natives Bradley Beal and Jayson Tatum led their respective teams in scoring on Christmas.
The Rockets, after a rough stretch in which they've lost three straight games following a 14-game winning streak, say getting injured players healthy is key to getting back on track.
While Kevin Durant begged to differ, LeBron James said he was fouled on a drive to the basket by KD in the final minute of the Warriors' win -- with the Cavs' trailing by three points.
Kevin Durant says he heard the Cavaliers trying to get him ejected for a second technical, but he brushed it off.
Joel Embiid praised Philadelphia's improvement over the years after the 76ers defeated the Knicks at Madison Square Garden on Christmas Day -- a big win on a big day that snapped the team's five-game losing streak.
The game went down to the wire, but Kevin Durant, Draymond Green and Klay Thompson were too much as the Warriors won at Oracle Arena.
The former NBA player created ugly sweaters for the Warriors, Cavs, Knicks and more teams tipping off on Christmas, drawing inspiration from his time in the league.
For the third straight Christmas Day, Cleveland and Golden State are meeting in an NBA Finals rematch.
The Rockets have filed a protest of Friday's loss in which Clippers guard Jawun Evans should have fouled out with three minutes to play with Los Angeles holding a three-point lead.
The Jazz have always had a peculiar relationship with their New Orleans-based nickname. For special city-edition uniforms set to debut next month, they're gambling on something wildly different.
LeBron James says he doesn't dwell on the Cavs' 2017 NBA Finals Game 3 collapse that all but assured the Warriors their second ring in three years. Instead, he said, what sticks with him are moments he treasures with his children.
It was Aron Baynes' first career move with a young family to think about and so he decided on the Boston Celtics. It's a move that's paying dividends for both parties,
Lonzo Ball has a left shoulder sprain that will keep him out at least one week, meaning the Lakers rookie won't play against Minnesota on Christmas Day.
The Rockets-Thunder Christmas night clash likely won't have All-Star point guard Chris Paul, who continues to nurse a left adductor strain.
Christmas Day features some of the NBA's best and most exciting players and teams. Who has the brightest future? What's the biggest things to watch in Cavs-Warriors?
When NBA stars don't have their own signature sneaker but want to show off some fancy footwear, they turn to Kickstradomis, who'll have plenty of his custom art on the hardwood this Christmas.