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Sacramento
vs
Houston
Today's Featured Sports Pick

Game Date:
12/09/2019
8:00pm EST

Lines:
Sacramento +12
Houston -12

Total:
Over 226 (-105)
Under 226 (-115)

Community Picks: Sacramento 45% vs Houston 55%

Sacramento and Houston Thread

Team Tweets & News Articles
Sacramento
LeBron James insists he has no plans to call time on his NBA career, comparing himself to New England Patriots great Tom Brady. James was the star of the show for the Los Angeles Lakers against the Sacramento Kings on Friday, scoring 29 points and providing 11 assists in a 99-97 victory. Prior to the encounter at the Staples Center, the 34-year-old - a 15-time All Star and a three-time NBA champion - was asked if retirement had crossed his mind. Continue to Article
November 16, 2019 6:05:am EST
Houston
When the Houston Rockets traded Chris Paul for Russell Westbrook, there were some worries that James Harden wouldn't gel with his new backcourt-mate. Continuing an early-season trend, Harden led the Rockets to a 111-102 victory on Friday by smoking the Indiana Pacers to the tune of 44 points. Granted, the Pacers' crew of Domantas Sabonis, Jakarr Sampson, T.J. Warren, Malcolm Brogdon and Aaron Holiday isn't exactly the Dream Team, but that level of dominance doesn't happen often. Continue to Article
November 16, 2019 12:25:am EST
Sacramento
Los Angeles Lakers forward LeBron James on Friday said he is a long way from hanging up his high tops and likened himself to veteran New England Patriots quarterback Tom Brady, who is still going strong at age 42. Asked by reporters whether retirement had crossed his mind, the 34-year-old James shook his head. "I'm not at the end of my story," James said prior to a game between his first place Lakers and the visiting Sacramento Kings at Staples Center. Continue to Article
November 15, 2019 7:58:pm EST
Houston
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
Houston
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
 
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