Scott Brooks knows what he's up against in trying to keep his young, eager Oklahoma City Thunder team off the basketball court for a whole day.
Coach Lionel Hollins offered his Grizzlies just the antidote to any overconfidence they might be feeling after an amazing comeback victory from 16 points down.
Russell Westbrook has made a quick rise from turnover-prone rookie to NBA All-Star.
Right from the start, Derrick Rose wondered why he couldn't be the MVP. It turns out, nothing could stop him.
It could be a while before the Wizards see a return to the NBA playoffs, but a number of players with local ties are making postseason appearances - most notably, a future superstar who was expected to make a playoff run and a role player who was not.
George Karl doesn't know if there's much more his Denver Nuggets can do to slow down the NBA's scoring champion and his All-Star sidekick.
With just under five minutes left in the second quarter, the Wizards committed two turnovers that lead to two Thunder fast break slams. Coach Flip Saunders called a timeout and the Wizards left the court; some players shaking their heads.
Gordon Hayward watched as the shot that would have provided one of basketball's greatest endings soared toward the rim.
Mike Conley and Tony Allen each scored 20 points, and Marc Gasol added 18 as the Memphis Grizzlies withstood a second-half rally and defeated the Oklahoma City Thunder 107-101 on Monday night.