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Topic - Brett Brown
The Utah Jazz finally found a way to win on their six-game road trip: Play a team that can't win anywhere.
Russell Westbrook taught rookie Michael Carter-Williams a swift and thorough lesson.
Allen Iverson raised his No. 3 to the rafters and had Sixers' fans raising the roof.
A miserable season just keeps getting worse for the Philadelphia 76ers.
Allen Iverson cupped his hand to his left ear and asked to hear his favorite tune one more time.
A strong team defensive effort in the second half and Jameer Nelson's fourth-quarter offense helped the Orlando Magic snap a 16-game road losing streak. Playing the Philadelphia 76ers didn't hurt, either.
The Milwaukee Bucks haven't won too often this season, and a road victory has been even rarer.
The Dallas Mavericks had to work hard for an easy win.
By the time reporters were allowed in the visiting locker room at Oracle Arena late Monday night, most of the Philadelphia 76ers already had cleared out.
Nobody expected much from the Philadelphia 76ers this season.
The Clippers expected they'd be better once Chris Paul returned to the lineup. They just probably couldn't have imagined how much.
Steve Nash celebrated his 40th birthday with a vintage performance.
Rajon Rondo is starting to feel like his old self - and the Boston Celtics are starting to win again.
With owner Tom Gores seated courtside, the Detroit Pistons looked at least somewhat like a team that could be tough to play against during the second half of the season.
Paul Millsap is headed to his first NBA All-Star Game.
"I'm going to give that group the benefit of the doubt," Sixers coach Brett Brown said. "We're going to see this thing through."
"He's just physically so gifted and he's so competitive," Brown said. "There's a - and I say this respectfully - he's an angry competitor that wills his way into doing stuff. I say that with the utmost respect. You saw those physical abilities along with just such a strong mind. It's a powerful combination."