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Luka Doncic is already changing the game for Europeans in the NBA

At 19, the Slovenian is already canny and assured beyond his years, on and off the court

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Warriors release statement in response to Trump's outburst at Curry

'In lieu of a visit to the White House, we will use our trip to the Washington to celebrate equality, diversity and inclusion – the values that we embrace as an organization'

LeBron: White House visit was great honour until 'bum' Trump moved in

NBA superstar speaks out after president withdraws invite to Golden State Warriors' Stephen Curry

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NBA Preview: Kobe faces Steph one last time

The defending NBA Champion Golden State Warriors will travel to Los Angeles to take on the Lakers at the Staples Center. The game will pit the title holders, currently dominating the Western Conference, against the 16-time NBA Champion Lakers, currently sitting at the bottom, in an exciting match-up between two of the greatest players to have ever played the game. NBA MVP Steph Curry and 18-time NBA All-Star Kobe Bryant, will face off for the very last time in NBA. 

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