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Indiana +6.5
Houston -6.5

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The Portland Trail Blazers are reportedly signing Carmelo Anthony, the 2013 NBA scoring champ who last played for the Houston Rockets a full year ago. He'll join Damian Lillard, all-star guard and early MVP candidate, and CJ McCollum, the 2016 Most Improved Player. If you're already raising your eyebrows at the amount of ball-handling guards now on the roster, you're not alone. Continue to Article
November 15, 2019 10:14:am EST
Paul George described his Los Angeles Clippers debut as "terrible" despite earning a rave review from Doc Rivers for his 33-point effort. George played for the first time as a Clipper on Thursday following his July trade from the Oklahoma City Thunder, having undergone offseason shoulder surgeries. The six-time All-Star went 10 for 17 from the field and three for five from three-point range to lead all scorers for the Clippers but could not prevent them falling to a 132-127 defeat at the Smoothie King Center. Continue to Article
November 15, 2019 4:38:am EST
Carmelo Anthony, who hasn't played in over a year since being dumped by the Houston Rockets, has signed a contract with the last place Portland Trail Blazers, US media reported Thursday. The 35-year-old Anthony last played on November 8, 2018 when he shot just one of 11 from the floor and scored two points in the Rockets' 98-80 loss to Oklahoma City. Anthony started just two games and played parts of eight other contests with Houston before being cut and eventually traded to the Chicago Bulls in January 2019. Continue to Article
November 14, 2019 11:31:pm EST
Unfortunately, it doesn't seem to be one that applies to one particular family in the NBA. A brilliant moment during Houston Rockets' 102-93 win over the LA Clippers saw Rockets star Austin Rivers call for the opposition coach to be ejected from the game. Father and son went head-to-head as Rivers Sr took his side to Texas to face a Rockets side containing his second son Austin in their ranks. Continue to Article
November 14, 2019 1:36:pm EST
Houston Rockets guard Austin Rivers said Thanksgiving is going to be weird this year with his father. The sight of Rivers urging a referee Wednesday to give his dad Doc Rivers, the coach of the opposing Los Angeles Clippers, a technical foul during their game in Houston is peak family fun. The elder Rivers was issued two technicals and ejected from the game, eventually won by the Rockets, 102-93. Continue to Article
November 14, 2019 6:51:am EST
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