LOS ANGELES — It's somehow fitting that D'Angelo Russell and the Brooklyn Nets officially eliminated the Los Angeles Lakers from playoff contention Friday night at Staples Center with a 111-106 victory...
by: Matt Brooks — Elite Sports NY 6h
While the Brooklyn Nets have become darlings of the NBA, the Los Angeles Lakers are currently the league's messiest franchise. Look no further than D'Angelo Russell.
by: Sarah Todd — Philly.com 8h
Within the last week alone, coaches and front office executives from at least half of the NBA’s playoff-bound teams have made note of their uncertainty and trepidation as the playoffs near.
by: Steve Popper @StevePopper — Newsday 10h
A look at how the teams are regarded by the players they are chasing.
by: Nick Gallo — NBA 13h
TORONTO — On the wing, before the main on-ball action even began, Paul George and Russell Westbrook we’re digging into their assignments. Toronto’s Kawhi Leonard darted up toward the top of the key.
by: Ryan Wolstat — Ottawa Citizen 14h
What does it say about the rapid development of Pascal Siakam that for about half of Friday’s game it was Siakam and not three of the NBA’s best players who stole the show?Probably that it won’t be long before Siakam joins former league MVP Russell...
by: Associated Press — Sportsnet 14h
Giannis Antetokounmpo scored 27 points, had eight rebounds and seven assists after missing two games with a sprained right ankle and helped the NBA-leading Milwaukee Bucks to a victory over the Miami Heat on Friday night.
by: Daniel Reynolds — SB Nation: Raptors HQ 14h
Despite 37 points from Kawhi Leonard, and some stretches of beautiful play, the Raptors gave away a winnable game to the Thunder in the second half, losing 116-109.
by: IAN HARRISON — The Washington Times 14h
Paul George scored 28 points, Russell Westbrook had 18 points, 13 assists and 12 rebounds, and the Oklahoma City Thunder beat the Toronto Raptors 116-109 on Friday night.
by: https://www.facebook.com/NewsOKThunder — News OK 14h
MAR 22, 2019 - TORONTO -- The Thunder knew it had to do better at limiting turnovers after its first game against the Raptors. It couldn’t let Toronto beat it in transition. So when OKC got out of the...
by: Sporting News — Sporting News 14h
The Thunder are holding off a surging Clippers team that has won nine of their last 10 games.
by: @globeandmail — Globe and Mail 14h
George scores 28 points compared to Leonard’s 37, but OKC makes amends for previous loss
by: Louis Zatzman — True Hoop: Raptors Republic 15h
Raptors lose a close one
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