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The biggest moments in LeBron's journey to pass Kobe
For 17 seasons, Kobe Bryant has been ahead of LeBron James on the NBA's career scoring list. With the King about to pass Kobe for third place all time, here's how he got there.[read more]

Lowe's NBA All-Stars: 24 players plus the biggest debates
Which young players are All-Star worthy and which just miss the cut?[read more]

AD's advice to Zion: Have fun despite pressure
Anthony Davis, who has been in Zion Williamson's shoes as a former Pelican and No. 1 overall pick, said he could empathize with the pressure but advised Williamson to "just go out there and play and have fun."[read more]

Dwight to Kobe: 'Help me in the dunk contest'
Lakers center Dwight Howard is looking to mend a bridge with former teammate Kobe Bryant, saying he hopes the retired superstar will help him in this year's dunk contest.[read more]

Wolves prez: KAT 'as untouchable as they come'
With the NBA trade deadline fast approaching, Timberwolves president of basketball operations Gersson Rosas told ESPN that franchise star Karl-Anthony Towns is "as untouchable as they come."[read more]

The best moments from Zion's stunning NBA debut
The No. 1 overall pick erupted for 17 points in the fourth quarter to cap his first NBA game.[read more]

Harden: Win to end skid 'a confidence builder'
James Harden acknowledged the Nuggets were missing several key players Wednesday, but he said the Rockets' 121-105 win to snap a four-game losing streak was still "a confidence builder."[read more]

Wade calls Butler's 'crazy' perfect match for Heat
Former Miami Heat great Dwyane Wade isn't surprised that new Heat swingman and his good friend Jimmy Butler is having so much success with his old team.[read more]

Zion gives Pels 'a taste' in debut, drops 17 in 4th
Zion Williamson electrified the crowd with a 17-point explosion in the fourth quarter, but he said it was "very tough" to sit out the final 5:23 of his long-awaited debut Wednesday against the Spurs.[read more]

Stern's life, legacy celebrated at NYC memorial
A crowd of thousands from across the NBA world filled the lower bowl at Radio City Music Hall on Tuesday to remember former commissioner David Stern.[read more]