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Terrible Steph Curry impersonations

SportsCenter anchors John Buccigross and Steve Levy are not Steph Curry. No one will ever make that mistake.

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Andre Iguodala finds cracks in Thunder

And he knows that a good slam will fill it.

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Curry predicts a Panthers blowout

Steph Curry & Co. took care of business. Then, he predicted the Panthers would take care of business.

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Monta Ellis plays peek-a-boo with pass

Where's Jordan Hill? There he is!

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ICYMI: LeBron with a devastating dunk

The coast was clear and LeBron made the Pelicans pay the price.

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The Warriors' secret to winning

If your team can hold the Warriors under 50 percent shooting, less than 10 3-pointers and under 25 assists, they just might pull out a win. However, that's easier said than done.

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Jeff Van Gundy recognizes Beyoncé

And he can't contain his enthusiasm.

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Look at Curry's dab, everybody sayin' dab

Klay Thompson's game-clinching 3 got Steph Curry dabbin'.

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Hornets mascot takes on Broncos fan

Hugo the Hornet makes sure this fan pays for wearing a Broncos jersey in Panthers country with a popcorn shower.

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There's a reason Rudy Gobert is open

The Jazz C is a baller in the paint. From 19 feet, he's more of an airballer.

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Thunder getting ready for Warriors

But Cameron Payne needs a few more minutes, it seems. Get out the way, Payne!

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Elhassan: 'Coach Karl deserves better'

ESPN's Amin Elhassan says he told George Karl not to go to the Kings.

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Royce Young ESPN Staff Writer 

Kevin Durant on knowing that the Thunder will likely have to go through the Warriors eventually. "We're not ducking nobody."

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Ethan Sherwood Strauss ESPN Staff Writer 

Steph Curry trash talks Rick Reilly about the Super Bowl

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Ethan Sherwood Strauss ESPN Staff Writer 

Steph Curry, after saying the win is all that counts: "We can play better."

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Wilbon: Thunder needs more

Michael Wilbon believes tonight was a sign the Thunder need to involve more than Kevin Durant and Russell Westbrook to defeat the elite after their loss in Golden State.

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Late run pushes Timberwolves past Bulls

The Timberwolves closed out the game on a 12-0 run, including six points from Andrew Wiggins, to race past the Bulls 112-105.

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Royce Young @royceyoung

Durant on coming back from 20 down to tie it up in the fourth: "That's what we're supposed to do ... No moral victories in here."

Warriors postgame coverage on ESPN

Players from both squads are joining SC on the Road in Oakland after a compelling Warriors-Thunder game. Live on SportsCenter

Nick Friedell ESPN Staff Writer 

Mike Dunleavy discusses how he felt after his first game of the season. The 35 year-old, who sat out all year after off-season back surgery, scored 5 points in 14 minutes of play. "A little late to the party, but good to be back," Dunleavy said. "I felt quite honestly like I hadn't played in eight months, but got a little better rhythm in the second half. And just testing out my hops again with that dunk."

Baxter Holmes ESPN Staff Writer 

Lakers center Roy Hibbert and forward Julius Randle both sprained their left ankle against the Spurs. X-rays on both players were negative, the Lakers said. It's unclear if either player will be available to play Monday at Indianapolis.

Barnes: We wanted to make a statement

Harrison Barnes speaks about the importance of Golden State's victory over the Thunder.

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Highlight: 76ers hold off Nets for win

The 76ers picked up their eighth win of the season with a 103-98 victory over the Nets.

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Warriors pass test against Thunder

The Warriors scored 78 points in the first half, got a double-double from Steph Curry, and held off a late Thunder rally for a 116-108 win.

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