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Hornets' Washington hits 7 3s in debut, a record
Hornets rookie PJ Washington hit seven 3-pointers in Wednesday's season opener, breaking the league record for most treys in an NBA debut.[read more]

Vogel: AD's post game 'a problem' for rest of NBA
Lakers coach Frank Vogel found a big positive coming out of Tuesday night's loss, saying the Clippers "couldn't stop" Anthony Davis and the Lakers' post offense is "a problem for other teams."[read more]

Clippers G Beverley fined $25K for ball toss
LA Clippers guard Patrick Beverley has been fined $25,000 by the NBA for throwing a game ball into the stands at the end of the Clippers' win over the Los Angeles Lakers on Tuesday.[read more]

Salt Lake City to host NBA All-Star Game in 2023
Salt Lake City has been awarded the 2023 NBA All-Star Game for the 30th anniversary of the league's February showcase.[read more]

Butler (personal reasons) out for Heat opener
Jimmy Butler was ruled out of Miami's season opener against Memphis on Wednesday for what the team is calling "personal reasons.''[read more]

NBA opening week: What our experts are watching most closely
The new season brings new questions for contenders and lottery teams alike. Our reporters are looking for answers.[read more]

Green: Suspension over KD tiff was hard for me
Warriors forward Draymond Green appeared on The Woj Pod and opened up about his altercation last season with Kevin Durant and how it caused him to question his standing with the team.[read more]

Why Clippers-Lakers felt bigger than just one game
Round 1 of the battle for L.A. went to the Clippers. Our experts provide their top takeaways from Staples Center.[read more]

Bold predictions for the 2019-20 fantasy NBA season
Curry as King? Morant outpaces AI? Siakam better than Kawhi? RoCo better than Siakam? D12 shines? Who is Matisse Thybulle? Our experts aren't shy about making bold predictions.[read more]

Notable bets: Public backing Lakers, 76ers to win NBA title
One sportsbook has six figures in liability on the Los Angeles Lakers to win the NBA title.[read more]