Stephen Curry returned from a six-game absence due to a right ankle injury only to strain his left knee after scoring 29 points, and the beat-up, undermanned Golden State Warriors held off the Atlanta Hawks 106-94
Marcus Morris had 30 points and the short-handed Boston Celtics handed the Portland Trail Blazers their second straight loss after a 13-game winning streak with a 105-100 victory on Friday night
Miami Heat guard Goran Dragic says the team was able to contest Russell Westbrook's shots pretty well Friday night but that he was able to make a lot of them.
Miami Heat coach Erik Spoelstra breaks down Friday's loss and discusses the difficulties of trying to shut down Thunder star Russell Westbrook in the critical fourth quarter.
Lance Stephenson on the Pacers' outstanding chemistry: "We stay positive the whole time. There's a lot of teams that make a run, and the teams start to separate. We're not one of those teams."
Thaddeus Young on the Pacers' upcoming matchup with the Heat: "If we can go out there and impose our will on the game early, I think we should come out with a win. But for the most part, we've just got to play Pacer basketball."
Darren Collison: "It's coming down to the nitty-gritty. We're going to really see what our team is about. This is fun basketball right now because everything matters."
Nate McMillan was happy with the way Bojan Bogdanovic bounced back offensively in the Pacers' win over the Clippers: "It really opens up things when he has the ability to knock down shots."