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Steph Curry is known as the baby-faced assassin, and he's been abusing his defenders since he was practically a baby. Here's proof.
John Calipari defends his former player John Wall to his biggest pundit: Colin Cowherd
Thanks to a member of his entourage getting heated with another passenger. Would you believe this one has a happy ending?
There's no right or wrong answer for All-NBA selections, but these players deserved the honor more than a few others who received it.
The Washington Wizards lost a heartbreaking series to the Atlanta Hawks, and swing-man Bradley Beal doesn't want anyone to win now.
It takes just a few seconds to see what makes John Wall so special.
Schröder crossed multiple lines here. He also forgot who he was beefing with, because Wall's response was perfect.
On what ended up being a wild finish to Game 5, Al Horford was able to corral a loose ball and get the game-winning layup against the Wiz.
Dennis Schroder thought he had an easy breakaway layup in the second quarter until Bradley Beal came out of nowhere to steal his soul.
John Wall is listed as questionable for Game 5 Wednesday. The good news is that he was dribbling and shooting with his injured hand today.
So many colors and patterns. You knew the Internet would have something to say. And J.R. Smith's on the Internet, so...
This isn't a good sign for the chances of John Wall returning in the playoffs.
Here are five NBA players who put leadership ahead of showmanship.
John Wall was right about his body. Eventually, the Wizards listened, but maybe they should have listened at the beginning.
What a blow. Nothing is certain in terms of his recovery, but it is bad for the Wizards and for NBA fans.
A win is a win in the playoffs.
Jeff Teague threw a ridiculous three-quarter court bounce pass to DeMarre Carroll for the layup and the foul against the Wizards Sunday.
Both teams are already banged up one game into what's looking like a tough series. Who can overcome their injuries?
Game 1 of Round 2 in the Eastern Conference, and the Hawks are turning back the clock to January with some fast break goodness.