The 2012-13 regular season is heading into the home stretch, and three of California’s four teams are neck deep in postseason intrigue (leaving only Sacramento, a city and franchise dealing with plenty of intrigue even without any playoff hopes). What does the landscape look like with about 20 games to play?
The Heat showed the Knicks who the boss is at Madison Square Garden, Kobe showed that he still has young legs in Los Angeles, the Pacers put a strangle hold on the Central Division and the Thunder hold on to outlast the Clippers.
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If you haven’t noticed, the NBA has been magnificent in filling the football void these past few Sundays. The first Sunday of March was no different. The nine games on the NBA schedule did not disappoint, as we saw many came down to the final few seconds.
Kobe turned the clock back while LeBron made sure to remind everyone, especially the Knicks, that this is his time. Let’s take a quick look at what transpired in a frantic day around the NBA:
Joakim Noah made league history in Chicago against the 76ers, the Lakers continued their dominance over the Timberwolves as they push towards the playoffs and the Clippers accomplished something they had never done before since moving to Los Angeles.
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The NBA trade deadline came and went on Thursday, as eight deals were made. Find out who the real winners and losers were.
Only two games composed the schedule in a very light night around the league. Both conference leaders were in action last night and both dominated their opponents while extending their lead. In Chicago the Bulls melted against the Heat while the Spurs stayed hot on the road against the Clippers.
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