Houston Rockets guard James Harden is leading the NBA in scoring with a whopping 35.4 points per game average, but he's not first in the hearts of NBA fans. In the latest NBA All-Star voting results released Thursday, Harden was behind Golden State's Stephen Curry and Minnesota's Derrick
Paul George, Kevin Durant and Anthony Davis likely competing for two starting spots
OAKLAND -- Stephen Curry came off a double screen inching closer to the 3-point line but still well beyond it. The Warriors point guard still couldn't find open space. New Orleans Pelicans big man Anthony Davis came bearing down, with a long arm aimed to disrupt his shooting motion.
When asked about DeMarcus Cousins' impending Warriors debut, Draymond Green issued a concise warning to the rest of the NBA. "All hell about to break loose," Green told NBC Sports Bay Area's Kerith Burke after the Warriors' 147-140 win over the New Orleans Pelicans. While Cousins' new teammate was concise, his old running mate offered plenty of insight into what the All-Star center can bring to the Warriors' lineup.