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Kobe Bryant passes Wilt Chamberlain to become the fourth-leading scorer in NBA history (Video) Updated Mar 30, 2013
It took until the 8:50 mark of the second quarter for Kobe Bryant to score his first points on Saturday, as he missed his first five shots and first free-throw attempt before hitting a pair of freebies against the hapless Sacramento Kings. As is usually…
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  • Rockets cruise past Clippers without Harden Mar 30, 2013
    Jeremy Lin, Chandler Parsons and Francisco Garcia scored 15 points apiece to lead the Houston Rockets to a 98-81 victory over the Los Angeles Clippers on Saturday night.
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  • Kobe (foot), Nash (hip) back in Lakers lineup Mar 30, 2013
    Kobe Bryant and Steve Nash will be in the lineup when the Los Angeles Lakers play the Sacramento Kings, Lakers coach Mike D'Antoni said after shootaround Saturday.
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  • Trey Burke Leads Michigan On A Shocking Comeback; LeBron Puts On A Shooting Exhibition Mar 30, 2013
    It had been 19 years since Michigan had made the Elite Eight in the NCAA Tournament. But dabble in a little Trey Burke, and add in some copious amounts of the Kansas Jayhawks - who have a history of this sort of choking - and it all adds up to the bes
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  • Video - Rockets Top Clippers Without Harden 01:01

    Rockets Top Clippers Without Harden

    Mar 30
    With James harden out nursing an ankle injury, Omer Asik steps up to record a double-double and lead the Rockets to a 98-81 win over the Clippers.
  • Video - Curry Catches Fire 01:15

    Curry Catches Fire

    Mar 30
    Stephen Curry drains seven 3-pointers and 39 points to power the Warriors to a 125-98 win over the Blazers.
  • Video - Lakers Withstand Nash Injury, Top Kings 01:17

    Lakers Withstand Nash Injury, Top Kings

    Mar 30
    Kobe Bryant passes Wilt Chamberlain for fourth on the NBA's all-time scoring list and the Lakers hold off the Kings for a 103-98 win.