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Lakers-Pacers Preview (The Associated Press)
7 Feb 2016 at 12:33pm
It's not clear if Indiana Pacers fans will get to see one player who was a key part of their past and one who tormented them many seasons ago. Roy Hibbert and Kobe Bryant are both questionable for the Los Angeles Lakers in Monday night's visit to face Paul George and the Pacers. It's an interesting debate as to whether fans in the Hoosier state are more interested in watching Hibbert or Bryant play for Los Angeles (11-42) in this contest.
NBA standings (Reuters)
6 Feb 2016 at 11:02pm
Feb 7 (Infostrada Sports) - Standings from the NBA on Saturday EASTERN CONFERENCEATLANTIC DIVISION W L PCT GB 1. Toronto 34 16 .680 - 2. Boston 30 22 .577 5 3. NY Knicks 23 30 .434 12 1/2 4. Brooklyn 13 39 .250 22 5. Philadelphia 8 43 .157 26 1/2 CENTRAL DIVISION W L PCT GB 1. Cleveland 36 14 .720 - 2. Chicago 27 23 .540 9 3. Indiana 27 24 .529 9 1/2 4. Detroit 27 25 .519 10 5. Milwaukee 20 32 .385 17 SOUTHEAST DIVISION W L PCT GB 1. Atlanta 30 22 .577 - 2. Miami 29 22 .569 0 1/2 3. Charlotte 25 26 .490 4 1/2 4. Washington 22 27 .449 6 1/2 5. Orlando 21 28 . ...
Warriors rally to beat hard-charging Thunder (AFP)
6 Feb 2016 at 10:45pm
Klay Thompson rattled in a clutch three pointer with 1:40 left as the Golden State Warriors won their ninth straight with a 116-108 victory over the Oklahoma City Thunder. The Thunder made Golden State work for the victory as the Warriors led by 20 points at one stage then had to come-from-behind to erase a nine-point Oklahoma City lead. Golden State improved to 46-4 and tie the 1966-67 Philadelphia 76ers for the best 50-game start in league history.
NBA results (Reuters)
6 Feb 2016 at 10:13pm
Feb 7 (Infostrada Sports) - Results from the NBA games on Saturday (home team in CAPS) Portland 96 HOUSTON 79 CHARLOTTE 108 Washington 104 INDIANA 112 Detroit 104 CLEVELAND 99 New Orleans 84 PHILADELPHIA 103 Brooklyn 98 Dallas 114 MEMPHIS 110 (OT) MINNESOTA 112 Chicago 105 SAN ANTONIO 106 LA Lakers 102 Utah 98 PHOENIX 89 GOLDEN STATE 116 Oklahoma City 108
Spurs hold off Bryant and Lakers to continue home run (Reuters)
6 Feb 2016 at 10:11pm
(The Sports Xchange) - Retiring Los Angeles guard and future Hall of Famer Kobe Bryant may have won the battle on Saturday in his final trip to San Antonio, but it was the Spurs who won the war, thanks to a combined 46 points from their two starting forwards and a pair of huge baskets by point guard Tony Parker down the stretch. The Spurs survived a riveting command performance in the Alamo City by Bryant and outlasted the Los Angeles Lakers 106-102 to win their fourth straight game and remain unbeaten at home. Bryant, who is retiring at the end of this campaign after spending 20 seasons in the NBA, all with Los Angeles, finished with 25 points, 16 of them in the third period to help lead the Lakers back into the game.
Hood, Jazz best reeling Suns 98-89 for 6th straight win (The Associated Press)
6 Feb 2016 at 9:54pm
A fast start was enough to propel the Utah Jazz to their season's-best sixth straight victory. Rodney Hood scored 25 points, Gordon Hayward added 22 and the Jazz withstood a late Phoenix rally to beat the reeling Suns 98-89 on Saturday night. ''I am going to let myself feel good about winning six in a row,'' Jazz coach Quinn Snyder said.
Bryant's 25 points not enough to upset Spurs (The Associated Press)
6 Feb 2016 at 9:52pm
The San Antonio Spurs have watched helplessly as Los Angeles Lakers superstar Kobe Bryant has tormented them for the better part of the past two decades. Bryant did so again in his final appearance in San Antonio, but the Spurs were able to enjoy this one. LaMarcus Aldridge scored 26 points and the San Antonio Spurs overcame a throwback performance by Bryant to beat the Los Angeles Lakers 106-102 on Saturday night to remain unbeaten at home.
NBA-Spurs hold off Bryant and Lakers to continue home run (Reuters)
6 Feb 2016 at 9:48pm
Retiring Los Angeles guard and future Hall of Famer Kobe Bryant may have won the battle on Saturday in his final trip to San Antonio, but it was the Spurs who won the war, thanks to a combined 46 points from their two starting forwards and a pair of huge baskets by point guard Tony Parker down the stretch. The Spurs survived a riveting command performance in the Alamo City by Bryant and outlasted the Los Angeles Lakers 106-102 to win their fourth straight game and remain unbeaten at home. Bryant, who is retiring at the end of this campaign after spending 20 seasons in the NBA, all with Los Angeles, finished with 25 points, 16 of them in the third period to help lead the Lakers back into the game.
George's 30 points lead Indiana to 112-104 win over Pistons (The Associated P...
6 Feb 2016 at 8:45pm
Closing out games is a challenge for the Indiana Pacers. On Saturday at home against the Detroit Pistons, they nearly blew a 20-point third-quarter lead but got the plays they needed when it mattered most. Paul George had 30 points and eight rebounds and the Pacers held on for the 112-104 win.
NBA All-Star weekend: A primer on what to watch in Toronto (The Associated Pr...
6 Feb 2016 at 8:04am
Hockey and Toronto are synonymous, with the sport's Hall of Fame being housed there and the Maple Leafs being one of the NHL's ''Original Six'' franchises. And sports like baseball, rugby, yachting and curling all have history in the city going back to the 19th century.

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