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Booker drops 70 in loss to Celtics.

Devin Booker scores 28 of his 70 points in the fourth quarter, recording the most points in a game this season as Phoenix falls to Boston.

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Harden leads Houston to 10-point victory over Pelicans.

James Harden becomes the third player in NBA history with 2,000 points and 800 assists in a season, the first since Tiny Archibald in 1972-73. Harden's 38 points and 17 assists leads the Rockets to a victory over the Pelicans Friday night.

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Greek Freak's slam is electrifying.

Giannis Antetokounmpo converts a steal into a slam and it will get you out of your seat.

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Gallinari scores amazing left-handed shot in midair.

Nikola Jokic throws a lob to a cutting Danilo Gallinari who has his right arm held, but is still able to flip the ball in with his other hand.

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Warriors share the ball in win over Kings.

Golden State records an assist on 37 of 44 made field goals, including a season high 12 from Steph Curry, in a win over Sacramento.

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Kobe has no interest in Lakers' front office role.

Kobe Bryant says he's always a phone call away for Magic Johnson and Lakers GM Rob Pelinka, but would rather do more creative things with his time rather than day-to-day operations.

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Kobe calls minimized schedule 'a viable option'

Kobe Bryant joins SC6 to discuss how he conserved energy during his career and understands the frustrations fans have for buying tickets to games where stars sit out.

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LeBron's near triple-double leads Cavs to victory.

LeBron James finishes a rebound shy of a triple double with 32 points and 11 assists as Cleveland defeats Charlotte.

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Lakers' Shaq statue perfectly captures his signature dunk.

The newest addition to Staples Center brings back memories of Shaquille O'Neal's dominant throwdowns.

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Kobe calls Shaq 'most dominant player' he's seen.

Kobe Bryant talks about what was most impressive about Shaquille O'Neal and tells a funny Shaq story.

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Russell Westbrook is a stat-stuffing machine.

Tom Haberstroh goes inside the numbers to reveal how Russell Westbrook's season triple-double may come without even having to play the fourth quarter.

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LaVar Ball makes Stephen A. apoplectic.

LaVar Ball's appearance on First Take brings plenty of fireworks and somehow ends with an invitation for pancakes.

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How the scene has changed.

Tom Haberstroh examines how social media and technology are helping players increase their success in today's game.

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