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For two teams that only face each other twice a year, Sacramento and Boston sure played like longtime rivals.
In their first game with the Lakers and coach Mike D'Antoni, MarShon Brooks and Kent Bazemore made sure Los Angeles came out a winner in the latest matchup of the NBA's most storied rivalry.
The Indiana Pacers decided Evan Turner gave them a better shot against Miami than Danny Granger.
The Phoenix Suns were worn out from an overtime victory in Denver the previous night. The Boston Celtics hadn't played since the All-Star break.
LeBron James capped one of his best games of the season in dramatic fashion, making a step-back 3-pointer with less than a second remaining to carry the Miami Heat past the Golden State Warriors 111-110 on Wednesday night and into the All-Star break on a high note.
Monta Ellis had 23 points and nine rebounds, and Dirk Nowitzki added 18 points as the Dallas Mavericks handed the Indiana Pacers their third home loss of the season, 81-73 on Wednesday night.
San Antonio came into Boston missing three key players. Fortunately for the Spurs, Tim Duncan wasn't among them.
Boston Celtics coach Brad Stevens insisted that Jeff Green take open shots when he had them.