Carmelo Anthony has a surgically repaired knee, a no-trade clause and one of the best offensive games this side of Kevin Durant.
Stephen Curry threw his arm in the air in delight and body bumped teammates after knocking down shots from all over the floor, and it all looked so familiar to what happened here only four months ago.
NBA MVP Stephen Curry showed in a hurry he hasn’t lost a step or his swagger, scoring 40 points to lead the Golden State Warriors to a 111-95 victory over the New Orleans Pelicans on Tuesday night to open their title defense.
For all the talk about their fast-paced offense, defense once again lifted the Chicago Bulls in their season opener.
The Atlanta Hawks picked up Tuesday where they left off in the Eastern Conference finals.
The Atlanta Hawks had no answer to Andre Drummond inside or Kentavious Caldwell-Pope outside as the Detroit Pistons got their season off to a winning start.
Nikola Mirotic scored 19 points and grabbed nine rebounds, and the Chicago Bulls held on for a 97-95 win over the Cleveland Cavaliers on Tuesday in the season opener for both teams.
Chicago held off a late charge from short-handed Cleveland, powered by LeBron James.
Golden State Warriors coach Steve Kerr is still experiencing symptoms caused by complications following back surgery this summer and isn’t sure when he will resume his duties on the bench.
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