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If you've ever watched a San Antonio Spurs game on national television, then you know it's no secret that Gregg Popovich hates giving in-game interviews. In tonight's game, David Aldridge asked him if he wanted results from the primary elections in New Hampshire and Popovich couldn't believe his ears when he heard Donald Trump's name.
The Dallas Mavericks would be a playoff team if the season ended today, but they should give J.J. Barea more minutes to ensure they become a contender.
LeBron James is overpowering in the half court, but on a fast break, Spurs guard Patty Mills found just how strong he can be.
Dirk Nowitzki’s game winner in LA up close and synced with the audio, Kobe showing him respect pic.twitter.com/0Cw2COR0gJ
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Kobe Bryant wasn't able to lace up for the Los Angeles Lakers against the Dallas Mavericks on Tuesday night, but he still managed to make the highlight reels on multiple occasions. After Dirk Nowitzki nailed what turned out to be the game-winning jumper, he stumbled backward into Bryant and received a pat of approval. This encounter is the definition of the saying 'game recognizes game' as the two players are both legends and future Hall of Famers.
After suffering a hefty 30-point loss to the Golden State Warriors, the San Antonio Spurs are looking for adjustments. There is one major change that could be of use to them: a smaller lineup.
NBA fans and media alike were incredibly excited for the first meeting of the San Antonio Spurs and Golden State Warriors this season, and many expected an uber-competitive game to take place on Monday night. Well, the game was enthralling, but not very competitive. Stephen Curry put on a clinic, and was dribbling circles around the Spurs throughout. Here's some evidence. If that floater wasn't epic enough, in the second-half Curry added this drive in which he pulled the magic out on Jonathon Simmons.
The Dallas Mavericks are one of the better teams in the Western Conference, but it's not because of Dirk Nowitzki.
Find out what to expect from tonight's epic matchup between the San Antonio Spurs and Golden State Warriors.
Josh Smith has returned to the Houston Rockets via trade, and he made the most of his first game back. He scored 16 points off the bench, including this drive on Dirk Nowitzki that made Smith look like Hakeem Olajuwon. Could Ty Lawson and Josh Smith be the spark duo off the bench that rejuvenates this Rockets team?
LaMarcus Aldridge was the best free agent in the 2015 class, but he has struggled adjusting to the San Antonio Spurs so far.