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The Hornets beat the Grizzlies by 61 points for the largest margin of victory in the NBA since 1998. Kemba Walker led the way for Charlotte with 46 points in only 28 minutes.
Kevin Durant's Texas squad came up short, as did Duke, leaving just two teams standing. Which school has the better set of alumni in the NBA this season: Kentucky or UCLA?
Stephen Curry will play in low tops for the first time since having his own Under Armour signature line of sneakers.
Stephen Curry says he's feeling good and expects to return from his ankle injury for the Warriors' game Friday night against the Hawks.
The Rockets plan to rest star guard Chris Paul on Thursday night against the Pistons primarily as a precautionary measure, according to sources.
Kostas Antetokounmpo, a redshirt freshman at Dayton and the younger brother of Bucks All-Star Giannis Antetokounmpo, will enter the NBA draft, according to a source.
For the Thunder to succeed, Russell Westbrook must resist the shot he loves but doesn't always love him back.
This week's highlights include evolutionary Anthony Davis crossovers, tanky jumpers, the ginormous Sixers and more.
Giannis Antetokounmpo, who is is fourth in the league in scoring at 27.3 points a game, has a sprained right ankle and is doubtful for Friday's game vs. Chicago.
Dwight Howard, who became only the second player since the 1981-82 season to post a 30-30 game, was suspended for one game for picking up his 16th technical of the season.
Miami guard Bruce Brown Jr., who averaged 11.4 points as a sophomore and is projected as a first-round pick, has declared for the NBA draft but is not hiring an agent.
The Spurs held a players-only meeting after Saturday night's win over Minnesota to implore All-NBA forward Kawhi Leonard to return to the lineup and help the team in its push for the playoffs, league sources told ESPN.
Anfernee Simons, a top-10 high school recruit according to the ESPN 100, will forgo his collegiate eligibility and declare for the 2018 NBA draft