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NBA schedule: Busy NBA Friday

The trade deadline has come and gone and at least two of the 12 NBA games on Friday night went down to the wire. Old faces, different places.

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Jack lifts Golden State over San Antonio in OT

David Lee recorded his league-leading 35th double-double of the season in the Warriors' overtime win over the Spurs on Friday.

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Bryant scores 40 points in Lakers win

Kobe Bryant scored 40 points after guaranteeing that the Lakers would make the playoffs earlier on Friday.

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Westbrook leads Oklahoma City over Minnesota

Oklahoma City snapped a season-high three game losing streak with a win over Minnesota on Friday.

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Delfino leads Rockets over Nets, 106-96

The Houston Rockets shot 53.3 percent from three-point territory in a win over Brooklyn on Friday.

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Russ Westbrook gets fouled, loses control of limbs

This is not the best way to defend a last-second shot before halftime. The Wolves were a bit too ambitious and gave the Thunder some free points.

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Warriors wearing sleeved jerseys vs. Spurs

The Golden State Warriors will debut their new short-sleeve jerseys when they play the Spurs on ESPN Friday night.

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Kirk Hinrich to sit again Friday with elbow injury

The Bulls' befuddled offense will have to figure things out without their quarterback Friday as Kirk Hinrich's troublesome elbow will force him to sit out again.

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Spurs vs. Warriors Preview: Spurs are red hot

Tony Parker and the San Antonio Spurs have recorded wins in 16 of their last 17 games, and on Friday night they will continue their Rodeo Road Trip with a game against the reeling Golden State Warriors.

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Blazers vs. Lakers preview: major playoff impact

Two teams fighting to get into the playoff picture square off tonight in Los Angeles. The Lakers host an important game as the Blazers come to town.

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Rockets vs. Nets: Will Harden stay hot?

Houston Rockets star guard James Harden scored a career-high 46 points Wednesday night against the Oklahoma City Thunder and will get a chance to stay hot Friday night against a sub-par Brooklyn Nets defense.

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