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Leonard spurs San Antonio to win
Kawhi Leonard and Tony Parker combined to score 40 points in the Spurs' 112-85 win over the Kings. Tim Duncan had just 5 points and 6 boards but moved into 9th on the NBA's all-time rebounding list.
Westbrook looks fine in mask
Thunder coach Scott Brooks after his star's fourth straight triple-double: "For those of you, including myself, that thought Russell might need a few games to get used to the mask, we were wrong."
Whiteside cleans up after everyone
Hassan Whiteside's double-double of 18 points and 25 rebounds helped the Heat to a 100-94 win over the Lakers -- and probably didn't hurt his video game rating, either.
Blazers playing a two-man game
Nicolas Batum has 10 points and LaMarcus Aldridge has 9 to lead the Blazers to a 28-24 lead over the Clippers after the first quarter. A Portland win would give the Blazers a 2.5-game lead over L.A. for the fourth seed in the West. Watch live on ESPN/WatchESPN
Leonard posterizes Cousins
Kawhi Leonard reminded DeMarcus Cousins -- and everyone else -- why he's the reigning Finals MVP with this rim-rattling slam in the Spurs' win.
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Warriors going Green against bucks
Draymond Green already has 10 points after one quarter as the Warriors lead the Bucks 25-19 headed to the second. Follow live
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Ryan Ruocco @ryrukes
3-Man booth! Jon Barry. Mark Jackson. And Me. Right now for Blazers Clippers on ESPN. Fun game.
Break up the Nuggets!
Will Barton scored 17 points off the bench and the Nuggets improved to 2-0 under interim head coach Melvin Hunt with a 100-85 win over the Wolves.
The King reclaims his crown
LeBron James scored 15 of his 29 points in the fourth quarter of the Cavs' 120-112 win over the Raptors. Before the game, James was named Eastern Conference Player of the Month for February.
Westbrook goes 94 feet for slam
No one could stop Russell Westbrook tonight -- especially not on this coast-to-coast two-handed throwdown.
Westbrook huge in return
Russell Westbrook became the first player since Michael Jordan to record four straight triple-doubles, finishing with a career-high 49 points and 16 rebounds to go along with 10 assists in the Thunder's win over the Sixers. Box score
Balance is name of the game for Hornets
Six Hornets scored in double figures in Charlotte's 115-91 win over Brooklyn. The win lifted the Hornets past the Nets for the eighth seed in the East, and Charlotte remains a half-game back of Miami for the seventh seed.
Davis dominates Detroit
Anthony Davis put up a line to remember in his return -- 39 points, 13 rebounds, 8 blocks, 3 steals and 2 assists -- in the Pelicans' 88-85 win over the Pistons.
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A cold night in Los Angeles
The Clippers and Blazers are both struggling from the field in the early going, as neither team is shooting even 40% with six minutes gone by in the first quarter. Watch live
A quick start for Zaza in Oakland
Zaza Pachulia has 6 points, 6 rebounds, 1 assist and 1 steal in less than 6 minutes, and the Warriors lead the Bucks 11-10 halfway through the first quarter. Follow live
Spurs 112, Kings 85
The Spurs forced the Kings into 37-percent shooting from the field and got 21 points from Kawhi Leonard and 19 from Tony Parker to cruise to a third straight win in San Antonio. Box score
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KG with harsh words for Nuggets
The Wolves star told reporters after Minnesota's loss to Denver: "They quit on Brian Shaw, I thought they'd quit again. A quitter is a quitter."
Sixers not going away
Once again, Philadelphia has scored 6 consecutive points late, this time cutting OKC's lead to just 1 with 52 seconds left in overtime. Follow live