After four lopsided wins to open the season, the Golden State Warriors were happy to find themselves in a nail-biter for a change.
First he tore open his shirt, then LeBron James tore open the game.
Toronto’s fast start is no fluke.
Damian Lillard had 35 points and C.J. McCollum added 27 as the Portland Trail Blazers defeated the Utah Jazz 108-92 on Wednesday night.
Al Horford scored 21 points as the Hawks earned their fifth straight victory. Brook Lopez had 27 points for the Nets, who dropped to 0-5.
The jersey was too tight and so was the score.
Eric Bledsoe scored 19 points, Brandon Knight added 17 and the Phoenix Suns routed the Sacramento Kings 118-97 Wednesday night.
James Harden scored 28 points, including seven in overtime, to help the Houston Rockets outlast the Orlando Magic for a 119-114 victory on Wednesday night.
James, frustrated in the first half, tore the sleeves of his jersey, and he finished with 23 points to help Cleveland rally past Carmelo Anthony and the Knicks.
Al Horford scored 21 points, Dennis Schroder added 20 and the Atlanta Hawks won their fifth straight game, 101-87 over the Brooklyn Nets on Wednesday night.
Khris Middleton scored 21 points and the Milwaukee Bucks welcomed forward Jabari Parker back from a left knee injury Wednesday night with a 91-87 victory over the Philadelphia 76ers.
Paul George had 26 points and 10 rebounds, Jordan Hill added 16 points and 10 boards, and the Indiana Pacers beat the Boston Celtics 100-98 on Wednesday night.
Bradley Beal made a 3-pointer with 0.3 seconds remaining to lift the Washington Wizards to a 102-99 victory over the San Antonio Spurs on Wednesday night.
LeBron James has intentionally torn the sleeves on the new jerseys being worn by the Cavaliers in their game against the New York Knicks.
LeBron James ripped his jersey and then shredded the Knicks in the fourth quarter.
It was another impressive performance from the rookie Kristaps Porzingis, except for the foul trouble.
Al Horford scored 21 points, Dennis Schroder added 20 and the Atlanta Hawks won their fifth straight game.
CLEVELAND — It wasn't his neck, but it was foul trouble that limited the night for 7-foot-3 rookie Kristaps Porzingis in his first match against LeBron James. Massages, icing and mental exercises allowed him to play, but five fouls had him sitting early and then late. "I just got to be smarter,'' Porzingis said after…