Tweet of the Day: Chris Paul

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Lo, and The Benson said, “Let there be Pelicans,” and it was so.

Or, in other words, New Orleans Owner Tom Benson and his family unveiled the Pelicans new logos and color scheme Thursday.

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Kamenetzky: The Cali Report, Midseason Grades


The 2012-13 NBA season is at its mid-point (more or less), and for the California Four it’s been a first half of dominance, surprise, catastrophe, and upheaval. In that order.

For more from California ,check out Mark Heisler’s latest Power Rankings. He is, shall we say … down, on the Lakers.

Time to review the action, preview what’s next, and hand out some grades…

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Five Fast Facts From NBA Games 1.22.13

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Searching the Web for the most interesting facts,’s newest daily feature presents five items from last night’s slim slate of NBA games. A current Cavs player broke a former Cavs record, the Clippers and Thunder squared off in a battle to see who rules the West, and the Magic continued their disappearing act.

Read this … and then enjoy your day.

Bernucca: Handing out NBA midseason awards


A dozen teams have played at least half their schedule and another seven will join them today, when the most of the most significant holidays in this country’s history becomes the season’s unofficial midway point.

So Dr. Martin Luther King Day is as good a time as any to examine the current front-runners for the annual awards. Included are links to both our staff’s preseason picks and the current rankings.

And as always, we’ve included snide remarks if/when necessary.

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Stephen Curry Returns to Lead Warriors; Spurs Win Without Tim Duncan

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In a big surprise, Stephen Curry started on his sore ankle, contributed (20 PTS, 7 AST, 4 STL) and led the tired, shorthanded Warriors — David Lee (ankle) sat out — over a fully-rested Hornets team that had been playing extremely well.

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