Phil Jackson's quest to turn Carmelo Anthony into the consummate superstar continued in London. Jackson took Melo out dinner, feeding him his Zen Master wisdom, hoping it will rub off…
There must be days when James Dolan, the billionaire blues singer, wants to smash his guitar into pieces when he reads the newspaper.
In the midst of his highest-scoring performance ever at home, Stephen Curry figured he’d call a play for someone else. Instead, teammate Draymond Green looked him and shouted, “Get 50.”
The way Russell Westbrook saw it, Wednesday night’s game at New Orleans was a must win.
Chicago Bulls coach Tom Thibodeau watched in disappointment as Houston Rockets guard James Harden picked apart his team’s defense.
Zach Randolph had 18 points and 11 rebounds and the Memphis Grizzlies used balanced scoring for a 100-90 win over the Utah Jazz on Wednesday night.
The Atlanta Hawks didn’t want their long winning streak to suddenly turn into a losing streak.
Giannis Antetokounmpo scored a career-high 25 points and Brandon Knight had 24 as the Milwaukee Bucks outlasted the Los Angeles Lakers 113-105 in overtime Wednesday night for their fifth consecutive victory.
Tim Duncan had 26 points and 10 rebounds and the San Antonio Spurs sent the Orlando Magic to their 10th straight loss, 110-103 Wednesday night.
Jack scored 24 points, and the Nets beat Toronto, 109-93, to hand the Raptors their first loss in 10 games against division opponents this season.
Kevin Martin scored 30 points and the Minnesota Timberwolves overcame another monster game from Hassan Whiteside to beat the Miami Heat, 102-101 on Wednesday night.
Benched at the start because of lateness, Jared Sullinger made two free throws with 22.8 seconds left to break a tie and lift the Boston Celtics over the Denver Nuggets 104-100 Wednesday night.
Jarrett Jack scored 24 points, Alan Anderson had 22 and the Brooklyn Nets beat Toronto 109-93 on Wednesday night to hand the Raptors their first loss in 10 games against Atlantic Division opponents this season.
George Hill returned to the starting lineup and contributed 20 points and six assists, leading the Indiana Pacers over the Detroit Pistons 114-109 Wednesday night.
The Atlanta Hawks were rewarded for the first 17-0 month in NBA history with another first on Wednesday — all five starters were selected Eastern Conference players of the month for January.