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Stuck In The Warriors’ Elevator: How Klay And Steph Get Open Threes

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In 28 games this season, Klay Thompson and Stephen Curry have combined for 172 threes. Between the two of them, they attempt 15 threes per game, and knock down 6.5. They are also both shooting over 41.5 percent from the perimeter, which is just terrifying. So what I'm trying to say is that you could say - if you really, really want to - that they are living up to their "Splash Brothers" nickname.

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Lion Face Lemon Face 12/23/13: LeBron Knows That Murder Is A Crime, Right?

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It's beginning to look a lot like Christmas. Eveeeeeeerywhere we go. Not really. There are no NBA games tonight, which doesn't scream, "IT'S THE HOLIDAY SEASON" to me. But hey, maybe I'm just being picky. After all, there were 11 games last night and most of them were bags and bags of fun. So instead of complaining about it, let's just take a look at the best and worst moments from all those games.

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Kobe Bryant’s Chess Match With Immortality

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There's Keynesian Economics. There's Heisenberg's String Theory. There's Martin Heidegger. There's David Foster Wallace's Infinite Jest. And then there's the realm of Kobe Bryant's mind. Understanding Kobe isn't rocket science. Actually, he's confounding in ways that would make aerospace engineering blush.