Stephen Curry hit his 2,561st career 3-pointer on Sunday night, passing Reggie Miller for the second-most made 3s in NBA history.
— Donovan Mitchell had 23 points, seven rebounds and six assists as the Utah Jazz routed the Golden State Warriors 127-108 on Saturday night for their eighth straight victory.
The NBA has rescinded Warriors forward Draymond Green's second technical foul after coach Steve Kerr said a referee acknowledged it was given in error, a source confirmed to ESPN.
Officials admitted that Draymond Green's ejection from Thursday's game after yelling at James Wiseman was a mistake.
— RJ Barrett had a career-high 28 points and the New York Knicks matched their longest winning streak of the season at three games by beating the Golden State Warriors 119-104 on Thursday night.
Bomani Jones and Vinnie Goodwill of Yahoo! Sports discuss the ups and downs of the NBA season thus far (1:00), including the possibility that NBA players will get the COVID-19 vaccine (4:48), the balance of the Nets several games into James Harden’s run with the team, and whether or not Kevin Durant’s game looks any more “fun” than it did in Golden State (22:47). Plus, the performance of the Warriors thus far (41:49), as well as some discussion on the MVP as it relates to Giannis Antetokounmpo, Luka Doncic, and Joel Embiid (49:49).
Zach talks to ESPN's Mike Schmitz about how the top 3 picks from the 2020 Draft are performing early in their careers.
It took 18 seasons for Reggie Miller to hit 2,560 3-pointers, second most in NBA history. Curry passed him in just over 11. How did he do it? This story reveals a singular elite skill, developed over a decade -- and how it has changed the game.
Brian Windhorst, Ohm Youngmisuk and Tim MacMahon discuss an apparent change in chemistry for the Clippers, potential landing spots for Bradley Beal should he become available, as well as some teams who could look to make big roster moves this season. Plus, the amazing Lou Dort.
His early results have been uneven, but the teen phenom delivered his best game yet while absorbing new lessons.
— Stephen Curry had 26 points, 11 rebounds and seven assists, and the Golden State Warriors beat the San Antonio Spurs 121-99 on Wednesday night while honoring new Vice President Kamala Harris and her Oakland roots.