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Harden goes for 51 against Kings

James Harden was virtually unstoppable in Houston, pouring in a career-high 51 points in the Rockets' win.

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Mavs top Thunder, end two-game losing skid (1:29)

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Giannis Antetokounmpo soft served (1:57)

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Kings to sign Sim Bhullar

Calvin Watkins breaks down the Kings signing 7-foot-5 Sim Bhullar to a 10-day contract, which would make him the first player of Indian descent in league history.

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Final: Clippers 126, Trail Blazers 122

The Clippers were down by as many as 19 points in the game, but Los Angeles engineered an incredible comeback behind Chris Paul's 41-point, 5-rebound, 17-assist and 1-turnover performance. The Clippers remain 1.5 games behind the 2-seed. Box score

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Kevin Pelton @kpelton

The Clippers must be practicing rebounding DeAndre Jordan's missed free throws. They've successfully tipped out the last 2.

Kevin Pelton @kpelton

Tonight's Clippers game feels a lot like last night's except they've reversed roles to the road team coming from behind.

Arash Markazi @ArashMarkazi

Don't look now but it's Blazers 98, Clippers 97 with 7:06 left in the game. It looked like the Clippers were ready to wave white flag early.

Norman Chad @NormanChad

Every time Hedo Turkoglu hits a three-pointer, I expect him to light up a cigarette afterward.

Blazers trying to push back Clippers
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Two things went poorly for Portland in the third quarter: it was the first quarter they did not score 30+ points and it was the first quarter they lost. Also, Chris Kaman shoved Chris Paul in the back resulting in a flagrant foul. The Blazers lead by 7 heading into the final frame. Follow live

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J.A. Adande @jadande

The only damage done in that Kaman-shove-CP3-barking-Aldridge-shoving-Big-Baby sequence was a courtside fan spilled beer on guy next to him

Kevin Pelton @kpelton

Flagrant one on Chris Kaman is the only penalty they announced. Can't believe there weren't any technicals handed out.

Kevin Pelton @kpelton

Can Big Baby be fined for flopping in a dead-ball situation? Is there a precedent for that?

Things not so rosy in Portland
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After being stripped by Chris Paul on an offensive rebound, Chris Kama shoved Paul out of bounds and into the photographers area. CP3 went looking for Kaman but any confrontation was quickly dispersed as Kaman was hit with a flagrant 1 foul. Follow live

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Things not so rosy in Portland

After being stripped by Chris Paul on an offensive rebound, Chris Kama shoved Paul out of bounds and into the photographers area. CP3 went looking for Kaman but any confrontation was quickly dispersed as Kaman was hit with a flagrant 1 foul. Follow live

Half: Pelicans 60, Lakers 49
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New Orleans outscored the Lakers 31-18 in the second quarter to turn a two-point deficit into a double-digit lead. Tyreke Evans leads the Pelicans with 12 points. Follow live

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Olynyk views pain through lens of win
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Kelly Olynyk, who took an elbow to an eye in the shootaround, said he is not worried about playing through pain. "None of that matters when you get the W. As for seeing? I can see three-quarters, maybe?"

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Celtics keep an eye on the playoffs
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Before the game, Celtics coach Brad Stevens thought Olynyk would have to sit out after taking an elbow to the eye from teammate Shavlik Randolph while playing 1-on-1. But Olynyk scored 19 points off the bench, Evan Turner had his third career triple-double, and the Celtics defeated the Pacers 100-87.

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Clippers clawing back in Portland

Nine straight points for the Clippers made it a five-point game, but then Nic Batum drilled his fifth 3-pointer to put an end to the run. Follow live

Lopez dispenses with Knicks in clutch
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Brook Lopez's follow shot with 2 seconds left gave the Nets their fifth straight victory and a share of seventh place in the Eastern Conference, as they beat the Knicks 100-98. Andrea Bargnani scored 22 points for the Knicks, who lost their eighth straight.

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