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Topic - Ben Mclemore
The Clippers tuned up for the playoffs with a clinic on scoring in transition, whether it was going coast-to-coast for layups or ferocious dunks.
The Brooklyn Nets acquired guard Marcus Thornton from the Sacramento Kings for Jason Terry and Reggie Evans on Wednesday, removing two little-used veterans from their aging roster and hoping a younger one can rediscover his scoring touch.
With his mother ailing and in the hospital, John Wall was able to focus on the dunk contest, pulled off a unique throwdown on the first attempt and won convincingly Saturday night.
John Wall seemed overconfident going into dunk contest, but it turns out he was just correct that he was made for this by winning convincingly Saturday night.
John Wall shrugged off not practicing any dunks for All-Star weekend's contest, but he already has his mind made up, knows he can do the dunks but insists he's not doing any 720s.
Bradley Beal and Ben McLemore grew up together in St. Louis, Sunday night they face each other for the first time as pros.
Even with a new coach, the Denver Nuggets still love to push the basketball.
Ben McLemore is one and done at Kansas. Ricky Ledo is none and done with Providence.
The hardest decision of Ben McLemore's life turned out to be no question at all.
Marcus Smart has made quite an impression in his first _ and maybe only _ Big 12 season.
"That's the crazy thing about it," he said. "I've never gotten kicked out of a game in my life."
"We just couldn't get any consecutive stops in the fourth quarter," McLemore said. "We would get a stop here, but not consecutively. What happened was that we turned the ball over too much tonight. That's what allowed them to score 125 points and 58 points in the paint. It was us not defending and turnovers."