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The Golden State Warriors outworked the Detroit Pistons 121-114 in a battle of two teams playing on the second half of back-to-backs. Stephen Curry led the Dubs in scoring with 26 points, Klay Thompson added 24, while Kevin Durant and Draymond Green both tallied 14 points each. Durant and Green were heady passers as well, 11 and 8 assists respectively.

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What was shaping up to be a defensive slugfest in the first half, turned into a rout in the second as the Golden State Warriors pummeled the Indiana Pacers, 112-89.

For all of the Warriors firepower on offense, no one scored over 20 tonight. DeMarcus Cousins led the way with 19 points while Klay Thompson, Stephen Curry and Kevin Durant chipped in with 18 and 15 a piece respectively.

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What. Just. Happened.

The Dallas Mavericks, losers of 15 of the last 17 games, just handed the Golden State Warriors a gigantic, colossal ‘L’ on a silver platter.

The Mavericks have had big victories this season. The 118-68 win against the Utah Jazz in November and the 122-84 beatdown against the Charlotte Hornets in January come to mind. But this win, given the circumstances of the Mavericks season, was different and felt really, really good. After all, the Mavericks did stop a 12 game skid at Oracle Arena with the win.

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Never forget the cardinal rule leading into the NBA playoffs: Non-superpowers deserve some loving, too.

Most postseason-bound teams do not want for attention in the usual sense. They're known entities. But we all have the tendency to overlook squads when they're not considered legitimate title contenders. Even if they're given a puncher's chance of escaping the first round, they're little more than impressive footnotes unfit to upend the playoff picture.

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Former NBA all-star Kenny Anderson, now head coach of the Fisk University basketball program in Nashville, Tennessee, suffered a stroke last week and is now recuperating and undergoing rehabilitation.

Anderson, 48, from Queens, New York, recognized during his teen years as an athletic prodigy, was hospitalized Saturday evening, Feb. 23, due to health concerns. He remained in intensive care until he was released the following Monday.

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