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These are the articles the top NBA reporters have been sharing on Twitter the last 24 hours. Enjoy!

November 27 08:47 AM
When Tim Duncan retired, the Spurs faced a leadership void. Kawhi Leonard stepped in to fill it, as he has with every other San Antonio problem.

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November 27 06:58 PM
Kyrie Irving scored 10 of the Cavs’ first 13 points in the fourth quarter to help them complete a comeback from 14 down early on and defeat the 76ers.

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November 28 12:56 AM
At some point, JaVale McGee’s superior, impactful play may render the battle for a backup center moot and secure him a steady, no-matter-the-opponent role ahead of the other underwhelming opt…

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November 28 12:30 AM
James Harden dominated the Blazers with his blend of herky-jerky drives, deep shooting and timely passes. Harden finished with 38 points and 10 assists. When it wasn’t Harden, Eric Gordon did his best to deflate the Blazers with a series of long-range makes.

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November 27 11:18 PM
“We have to be the aggressors tonight,” Pacers coach Nate McMillan was saying before the Pacers met the Los Angeles Clippers at Bankers Life Fieldhouse Sunday evening. “We can’t be playing the game on our heels. We have to be on our toes and everything has to be going forward.”

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November 27 09:43 PM
INDIANAPOLIS – The three times the Clippers had lost games before Sunday in Indiana, the team could always hang on to at least one positive.

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November 27 05:47 PM
Derrick Rose knocked on the steel of his black locker cubicle late Saturday night in Charlotte. Rose’s good-luck pat wasn’t because Hurricane Westbrook was swirling into town, but in hopes he would…

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November 27 09:07 PM

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November 27 08:08 PM
Spurs keep cashing in from free-throw line Spurs rookie Dejounte Murray went to the free-throw line late in the fourth quarter of an already decided game in Washington on Saturday, and the Verizon Center crowd got nervous. “Just being more aggressive and not settling for threes and going to the basket,” is how point guard Tony Parker described the Spurs’ approach after the 112-100 win in Washington …

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November 27 08:08 PM
Spurs hope to bring road magic back to San Antonio […] having just swept a three-game road trip at Charlotte, Boston and Washington, the Spurs were in no hurry to get back to the AT&T; Center. The Spurs are 10-0 on the road this season, the best start in franchise history away from home. The Spurs are the fifth team in NBA annals to win their first 10 road games. Heading into Tuesday’s home game against Orlando, the Spurs are 4-3 in their home gym …

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November 27 05:51 PM
Miami owns the second-worst record in the league (2-7) in the clutch — when the score differential is less than five points and there is under five minutes to play in regulation.

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