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The rise of New Orleans' Anthony Davis has been swift and has placed him at the doorstep of stardom in the NBA.

Not much happened in the NBA this week.

A great start for the Milwaukee Bucks fizzled under renewed intensity from the defending league champion San Antonio Spurs.

If this keeps up, Nick Young might need a new nickname.

The Los Angeles Clippers raised two Pacific Division banners in their practice facility this summer, a nod to recent progress amid a mostly dismal history.

James Harden tallied 37 points with eight rebounds and five assists to lead the Houston Rockets in a 99-87 rout of the Los Angeles Lakers on Sunday night at Staples Center.

After James Harden lit up the Los Angeles Lakers for the first three quarters, he returned in the final minutes to keep the Houston Rockets focused on their finish.

Ty Lawson picked apart the Washington Wizards most of the night. With the game on the line, the Denver guard came up short.

Kris Humphries' best game in a Washington uniform couldn't have come at a better time.

Klay Thompson followed up his electric 52-point performance with a more mortal one Sunday, but he still scored 31 points to lead the Warriors to a tougher than expected 114-111 victory over the Boston Celtics at Oracle Arena.

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