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After scoring 85 points in the first half against the Washington Wizards, the Milwaukee Bucks set a new franchise record for the most points in the first half of a game.

The Bucks were completely destroying the Wizards. The team has absolutely no one who can guard Giannis Antetokounmpo, and he completely dominated. He scored 19 points on 8/9 shooting. His impact simply makes his teammates better just by being on the court. He spreads the floor with skip passes and his nasty ball-handling skills. Read More By
 Austin Hutchinson

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Harrison Barnes watched the fourth quarter of the Dallas Mavericks‘ 99-93 win over the Charlotte Hornets on Wednesday from the bench after learning that he was being traded to the Sacramento Kings.

The Kings are sending second-year forward Justin Jackson and veteran forward/center Zach Randolph to the Mavs for Barnes, league sources told ESPN’s Adrian Wojnarowski. Read More By Tim MacMahon, ESPN Staff Writer

New Orleans Pelicans general manager Dell Demps has had no communication Wednesday with Lakers president Magic Johnson on Los Angeles’ most recent trade offer for All-Star big man Anthony Davis, league sources told ESPN.

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The Lakers are running low on hope that the Pelicans will engage them before Thursday’s 3 p.m. ET trade deadline, the sources said. Read More By
Adrian Wojnarowski, ESPN

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Los Angeles Lakers legend Kobe Bryant doesn’t think that the Houston Rockets will ever win an NBA title while employing their current style of play, which basically relies on reigning NBA MVP James Harden to orchestrate everything offensively. 

“I don’t think that style’s ever going to win championships,” Bryant said on ESPN’s The Jump. “But at the same time you have to keep your team’s head above water to win games. So you have to do what you have to do to win games. And he’s doing that… This style of play, it won’t win, with one player dominating the ball. Read More By Michael Kaskey-Blomain

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