Golden State Warriors point guard Stephen Curry and Brooklyn Nets forward Kevin Durant were named the first NBA Western Conference and Eastern Conference players of the month of the season on Thursday.
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The write-in choices for the New York City mayor's race were released Wednesday. After dominating in Madison Square Garden in the playoffs, Young got a vote. However, Knicks players and Aaron Judge also got votes.
— Kevin Durant and James Harden took turns putting on a show in front of the largest crowd ever to see a Nets game in Brooklyn, one that was split between fans of New York's two teams.
After starting 17 games, Brooklyn veteran Blake Griffin has sat the past two games after Nets coach Steve Nash inserted LaMarcus Aldridge into the starting lineup, but the former All-Star knows "as players, it's our job to do whatever coaches see best."
Joe Harris is expected to miss four to eight weeks but there is optimism he can return on the shorter end of that timeline, Harris' agent told ESPN's Adrian Wojnarowski.
The Suns are riding a 16-game winning streak into back-to-back matchups against the league-best Warriors. Who takes the top spot?
— A chance to match franchise history and take a spot atop the NBA is waiting for the Phoenix Suns.
Kevin Durant passed Allen Iverson -- whom he watched play at Georgetown while growing up in D.C. and emulated on his youth teams -- for 25th on the NBA's all-time scoring list during the Nets' win Wednesday night.
— Kevin Durant grew up in the Washington, D.C., area looking up to Allen Iverson as he led Georgetown to back-to-back trips to the NCAA Sweet 16.
— In two days, Cam Thomas went from G League sensation to Brooklyn spark plug.
CP3 and Phoenix have won 12 straight games, but can they knock off Steph, Draymond and Golden State?
Bucks coach Mike Budenholzer and others around the NBA spoke to the need to push for change after Kyle Rittenhouse, who fatally shot two men and wounded another during protests in Kenosha, Wisconsin, last summer, was acquitted of all charges Friday.
— The shots were not falling for James Harden on Friday, except when he was at the free throw line.
Coach Steve Nash said the decision to hold Kevin Durant out of Friday's game against the Magic was about getting the Nets star "a few days rest," on top of him being able to rest the right shoulder sprain that has "just been bugging him a little bit."
— James Harden scored 27 points, LaMarcus Aldridge had 24 and Kevin Durant 23 to help the Brooklyn Nets beat the short-handed Cleveland Cavaliers 109-99 on Wednesday.