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March 2, 1951: In the first NBA All-Star Game, the Eastern Conference defeated the Western Conference 111-94 at Boston Garden.

April 21, 1951: In the first Game 7 in NBA Finals history, the Rochester Royals defeated the New York Knicks 79-75. The Knicks remain the only team in Finals history to force a Game 7 after trailing 3-0.


March 8, 1971: The Milwaukee Bucks extended their winning streak to 20 games with a 104-99 victory over the Seattle SuperSonics, making them the first team in NBA history to have a 20-game winning streak in a season. The streak ended the next day with a 110-103 overtime loss to the Chicago Bulls.

April 21, 1971: Bob Cousy and Bob Pettit were among those inducted into the Naismith Memorial Basketball Hall of Fame.

April 30, 1971: The Milwaukee Bucks, led by Kareem Abdul-Jabbar and Oscar Robertson, clinched their first NBA championship, defeating the Baltimore Bullets 118-106 to sweep the 1971 NBA Finals in four games.


May 3, 1981: The Boston Celtics rallied from a double-digit deficit for the third consecutive game to defeat the visiting Philadelphia 76ers 91-90 in Game 7 of the 1981 Eastern Conference Finals, completing their comeback from a 3-1 series deficit. The last four games of the series were each decided by one or two points.

May 5, 1981: Called “the greatest play I’ve ever seen” by Red Auerbach, the Boston Celtics’ Larry Bird converted a remarkable shot in the fourth quarter of a 98-95 victory over the Houston Rockets in Game 1 of the 1981 NBA Finals. Anticipating that he had missed a jump shot from the right of the key, Bird raced to the right baseline, grabbed the rebound on the run with his right hand, switched the ball into his left hand as his momentum was taking him out of bounds, and laid the ball in the basket.


January 25, 1986

The Washington Bullets’ Manute Bol blocked 15 shots in a 111-103 win over the Atlanta Hawks, now tied for the second most in NBA history behind Elmore Smith’s 17 blocks.

Feb. 8, 1986: Rookie Spud Webb, a 5-7 guard for the Atlanta Hawks, edged teammate Dominique Wilkins to win the NBA All-Star Slam Dunk Contest in Webb’s hometown of Dallas. On the same day, the Boston Celtics’ Larry Bird won the inaugural NBA All-Star Three-Point Contest.

Feb. 14, 1986: The Los Angeles Lakers’ Kareem Abdul-Jabbar became the NBA’s career leader in minutes played, passing Elvin Hayes’ record of 50,000. Abdul-Jabbar reached the milestone in a 141-117 win over the Atlanta Hawks.

Feb. 18, 1986: The San Antonio Spurs’ Alvin Robertson recorded the second quadruple-double in NBA history, finishing with 20 points, 11 rebounds, 10 assists and 10 steals in a 120-114 win over the Phoenix Suns.

May 21, 1986

Ralph Sampson made a miraculous turnaround shot at the buzzer as the Houston Rockets eliminated the defending NBA champion Los Angeles Lakers 114-112 in Game 5 of the 1986 Western Conference Finals.


Jan. 15, 1991: The Utah Jazz’s John Stockton handed out 28 assists in a 124-102 victory over the San Antonio Spurs, finishing two assists shy of Scott Skiles’ NBA record of 30.

Feb. 9, 1991: The Chicago Bulls’ Craig Hodges made a record 19 consecutive shots during his semifinal round of the NBA All-Star Three-Point Contest in Charlotte. He went on to win the second of his three straight event titles.

March 18, 1991: The Philadelphia 76ers retired Wilt Chamberlain’s No. 13 jersey.

April 15, 1991: The Los Angeles Lakers’ Magic Johnson surpassed Oscar Robertson as the NBA’s all-time assists leader at the time, reaching the milestone in a 112-106 victory over the Dallas Mavericks. (John Stockton is now No. 1 in career assists and Johnson ranks fifth.)

June 5, 1991: The Chicago Bulls’ Michael Jordan made one of his signature baskets – a layup on which he switched hands in midair – during a 107-86 victory over the Los Angeles Lakers in Game 2 of the 1991 NBA Finals.

June 12, 1991: The Chicago Bulls won their first NBA championship by defeating the Los Angeles Lakers 108-101 in Game 5 of the 1991 NBA Finals.


Jan. 30, 1996: Playing in his first regular-season game since the 1990-91 season, the Los Angeles Lakers’ Magic Johnson finished with 19 points, 10 assists and eight rebounds in a 128-118 victory over the Golden State Warriors.

Feb. 17, 1996: The Detroit Pistons retired Isiah Thomas’ No. 11 jersey.

Feb. 20, 1996: The Utah Jazz’s John Stockton became the NBA’s all-time steals leader, passing Maurice Cheeks during a 112-98 victory over the Boston Celtics.

March 1, 1996: The Atlanta Hawks’ Lenny Wilkens became the first coach in NBA history to record 1,000 career victories, reaching the milestone in a 74-68 win over the Cleveland Cavaliers.

April 6, 1996: The Charlotte Hornets’ Robert Parish passed Kareem Abdul-Jabbar to become the NBA’s all-time leader in games played, reaching the milestone in a 93-89 victory over the Cleveland Cavaliers.

April 16, 1996: The Chicago Bulls became the first team in NBA history to win 70 games in a season, reaching the milestone with an 86-80 victory over the Milwaukee Bucks.

April 21, 1996: The Chicago Bulls defeated the Washington Bullets 103-93 to finish the 1995-96 season with a 72-10 record and an .878 winning percentage, eclipsing the NBA records of 69-13 and .841 by the 1971-72 Los Angeles Lakers. (The 2015-16 Golden State Warriors broke the Bulls’ records by finishing 73-9 for an .890 winning percentage.)

April 21, 1996: The Houston Rockets’ Hakeem Olajuwon passed Kareem Abdul-Jabbar to become the NBA’s all-time leader in blocked shots, reaching the milestone in a 118-110 victory over the Phoenix Suns in the final regular-season game of the 1995-96 season.

April 24, 1996: The NBA Board of Governors approved the concept of a Women’s National Basketball Association (WNBA) to begin play as a summer league in 1997.

May 14, 1996

The Los Angeles Lakers’ Magic Johnson permanently retired as an NBA player.

June 26, 1996: The famed 1996 NBA Draft took place at Continental Airlines Arena in East Rutherford, N.J. The draft featured three NBA MVP winners: No. 1 Allen Iverson (Philadelphia 76ers), No. 13 Kobe Bryant (Charlotte Hornets) and No. 15 Cheap Steve Nash Jersey (Phoenix Suns).

July 11, 1996: The Los Angeles Lakers acquired Kobe Bryant’s draft rights from the Charlotte Hornets for Vlade Divac.


Jan. 5, 2001: The Sacramento Kings’ Chris Webber scored 51 points and grabbed 26 rebounds in a 93-91 overtime loss to the Indiana Pacers.

Jan. 13, 2001: The Atlanta Hawks retired Dominique Wilkins’ No. 21 jersey.

Feb. 11, 2001: The Philadelphia 76ers’ Allen Iverson scored 15 of his game-high 25 points in the fourth quarter as the Eastern Conference rallied from a 19-point deficit after three quarters to stun the Western Conference 111-110 in Washington, D.C., in the 50th NBA All-Star Game.

March 6, 2001: The Portland Trail Blazers retired Clyde Drexler’s No. 22 jersey.

March 23, 2001: The Toronto Raptors blocked an NBA-record 23 shots in a 112-86 victory over the Atlanta Hawks. The Raptors’ Keon Clark blocked 12 shots off the bench.

March 24, 2001: The Utah Jazz’s Karl Malone passed Moses Malone to become the NBA’s career leader in free throws made, reaching the milestone in a 119-93 victory over the Washington Wizards.

March 30, 2001: The Philadelphia 76ers retired Cheap Charles Barkley Jersey No. 34 jersey.

April 5, 2001: The Dallas Mavericks’ Wang Zhizhi became the first Chinese player to play in an NBA regular-season game, scoring six points and grabbing three rebounds in eight minutes in a 108-94 victory over the Atlanta Hawks.

April 18, 2001: The Miami Heat’s Cheap A.C. Green Jersey played his final NBA regular-season game and extended his record streak of consecutive games to 1,192. Green finished with 19 points and 14 rebounds in Miami’s 103-91 victory over the Orlando Magic.

May 20, 2001: The Philadelphia 76ers edged the visiting Toronto Raptors 88-87 in Game 7 of the 2001 Eastern Conference Semifinals after Toronto’s Vince Carter narrowly missed a potential game- and series-winning jump shot at the buzzer.

June 6, 2001: Allen Iverson scored 48 points as the Philadelphia 76ers defeated the Los Angeles Lakers 107-101 in overtime in Game 1 of the 2001 NBA Finals, marking the Lakers’ only loss in 16 games in the 2001 NBA Playoffs. The Lakers’ Shaquille O’Neal finished with 44 points and 20 rebounds.


Jan. 22, 2006: The Los Angeles Lakers’ Kobe Bryant scored 81 points in a 122-104 home victory against the Toronto Raptors. Bryant recorded the second-highest point total in NBA history, behind Wilt Chamberlain’s 100-point game on March 2, 1962.

March 8, 2006

In the first major professional sporting event in New Orleans since Hurricane Katrina devastated the city more than six months earlier, the Los Angeles Lakers defeated the New Orleans/Oklahoma City Hornets 113-107 before a capacity crowd of 17,744 at New Orleans Arena.

March 23, 2006: The Utah Jazz retired Karl Malone’s No. 32 jersey.

March 30, 2006: The Indiana Pacers retired Reggie Miller’s No. 31 jersey.

June 13, 2006: Trailing 2-0 in the series and facing a 13-point deficit with less than seven minutes left in the fourth quarter, the Miami Heat rallied to defeat the Dallas Mavericks 98-96 in Game 3 of the 2006 NBA Finals. Miami’s Dwyane Wade finished with 42 points and 13 rebounds in the first of four consecutive victories for the Heat, which won its first NBA championship.


Feb. 15, 2011: Bill Russell, an 11-time NBA champion, five-time NBA MVP and one of the 50 Greatest Players in NBA History, received the Presidential Medal of Freedom.

March 4, 2011: In the first NBA regular-season game in Europe, the New Jersey Nets defeated the Toronto Raptors 116-103 at The O2 in London.

April 1, 2011: The Detroit Pistons retired Dennis Rodman’s No. 10 jersey.

May 3, 2011: The Chicago Bulls’ Derrick Rose was named the 2010-11 NBA MVP at age 22, the youngest winner in league history.

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I told you this morning how Zach Lowe pointed out to me (and a million of my closest friends) that the Pelicans give you all the threes you want, and the key to a Suns win is to take and make them.

On Tuesday night on the featured TNT game, your Phoenix Suns made a TON of threes to propel them to a blowout win over the Pelicans, 111-86.

The game on TNT allowed the Suns to show off their new The Valley jerseys and court, and they absolutely popped on TV.

“I wish we could play in them the whole season,” Ayton said later, with a big smile, about the jerseys standing for how they represent the valley and all the Suns fans. “It’s all love. All love.”

The Suns led by 2 points after one quarter, 22 after two and 39 after three (100-61). They made 17 of 38 threes in the first three quarters alone, but they also outrebounded (32-26) and drew more free throws (17-11) than the burly Pellies. All that through three quarters.

I’m using only three-quarter stats because for the first time this year, the fourth quarter simply didn’t matter. Not when you lead by 39 at 100-61 going into it.

Who was great for the Suns?

Cheap Jae Crowder Jersey had 21 points in 21 minutes to lead all scorers. Six different Suns scored in double figures and none of them were named Booker or Paul. Cheap Deandre Ayton Jersey put up 13 points, 12 rebounds and a block in 26 minutes. No starter played more than 30 minutes in this one.

“For Chris and Devin to not have to carry us, that’s a great sign,” coach Monty Williams said. Cheap Chris Paul Jersey had 9 points and 9 assists. Cheap Devin Booker Jersey had 9 points and 3 assists.

I’m sure Booker is a bit confused about all this, considering he’s had to BE the one all his career. But these days Booker just needs to pass out of those blitzy double teams and let the rest of his guys blow the dudes out.

Mikal and the two Cams were incredible once again. Cheap Mikal Bridges Jersey played very good defense on Brandon Ingram while recording 13 points, 7 rebounds and 2 steals. Cheap Cameron Johnson Jersey took 10 threes and scored 18 points, while also recording 2 rebounds, 2 blocks and a steal. And Cam Payne had 13 points and 7 assists. In this triumphant return, Cheap Dario Saric Jersey had 10 points and 4 rebounds.

“Watching Dario was really cool,” Williams said. “We expect him for a few more games.”

The Suns are 3-1 for the first time since 2014. And their 48 total three-point attempts was a franchise record.

But don’t get too excited quite yet.

“We’re not gonna get happy on the farm four games in,” coach Monty Williams said after the game. “You need a 20-game sample size to know who you are.”

Game flow
After a nip and tuck first quarter, the Pelicans-Suns game blew wide open to a 22-point (66-44) difference by halftime. The Pelicans made 13 of 18 shots in the first quarter. Zion Williamson and Steven Adams combined to make 11 of 12 shots by halftime, while the Phoenix Suns All-Star back court of Chris Paul and Devin Booker combined for only two shot attempts. TOTAL.

All those things are true.

So you might be surprised to find out it was your PHOENIX SUNS with the 22-point halftime lead. Yes, the Suns with the very cool alternate Valley court and uniforms. The Suns with really good young talent. The Phoenix Suns with the point god, CP3.

The rest of the Suns made 9 of 19 threes in the half, Jae Crowder, Mikal Bridges and Deandre Ayton all tallying 11+ and nine different Suns getting into the scoring column. Once again, Cam Payne was sublime. Mikal Bridges was glorious. The ball was popping all over the court, with big thanks to Dario Saric’s first appearance as the team’s connector. At halftime, Saric had 7 points, 4 rebounds, an assist and a steal. The Suns won the second quarter 35-15.

So of course the TNT guys spent halftime talking about Zion Williamson. Big shocker.

Any team would come out soft to start the second half after gloating on a 22-point lead… except a team led by Chris Paul and Jae Crowder that is. Just like the start of the game, Paul and Crowder combined to help the Suns keep that foot smashed on the gas pedal.

Soon the Suns lead was 79-47 and the Pelicans called a timeout.


I understand this is early-season stuff, and you can’t put any permanent marker on a game like this. Remember the Suns were 5-2 a year ago before injuries and learning curves had them struggling to stay close to .500 the rest of the way. But this feels different. This feels sustainable.

After three quarters, the Suns were up by 39. Halfway through the 4th, it was still a 40-point lead.

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THE SUNS WERE BLOWING OUT THE PELICANS SO BAD THAT TNT CUT AWAY TO A CLOSER GAME. The Kings, who the Suns just beat by 13, were leading the Nuggets late in the fourth 117-108.

Me happy.

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Meet Abdel Nader.

The other guy in the Chris Paul trade.

The Phoenix Suns didn’t send four players with two being starters Cheap Kelly Oubre Jr. Jersey and Ricky Rubio and a future first-round pick to Oklahoma City last month for just the All-Star veteran point guard.

They also got Nader, a second-round pick in the 2016 draft out of Iowa State who brings shooting, hustle, a team mindset and isn’t concerned about how he’s being viewed in the Paul trade.

“At this point in my career, it’s kind of just I’m competing to be the best basketball player I can be and that’s really how I approach it every day,” said Nader, who started his NBA career with the Boston Celtics in 2017-18. “Not really worried about what other people are saying.”

Oklahoma City’s Abdel Nader (11) reacts after scoring a 3-point shot during the second half of an NBA basketball game in Oklahoma City, Saturday, Nov. 2, 2019. (AP Photo/Garett Fisbeck).
Born in Egypt, Nader is averaging just 4.5 points in his three NBA seasons, but averaged a career-best 6.3 points last season with the Thunder and made an impression on Paul in their first season together in Oklahoma City.

“He’s just a consummate team player,” Paul said. “He’s going to do whatever Coach asks him to do. If that’s defending the best player, he’s going to run hard. He’s going to compete. He can really shoot it. Just the consummate team guy.”

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The Phoenix Suns started to practice on Saturday, so three days in, what does All-NBA point guard Cheap Chris Paul Jersey think of his new squad?

“I’m getting a chance to see first hand why they were so good in the bubble and the jump that they made from the season to the bubble,” he said Monday. “I think that’s what’s been really cool to see — to see Cam Johnson, to know Cheap Jevon Carter Jersey before I got here. Just to see how many hungry guys we got. I talk about E’Twaun Moore and Cheap Langston Galloway Jersey a lot because I played against them for years — to see, like I know they can hoop, but to see what type of guys they are in the locker room already is gonna be big for our team.”

Head coach Monty Williams is going to find the balance of maintaining that successful style from Orlando and implementing Paul’s all-world talents into his gameplans.

“He saw the way we played and that may have been appealing to him,” he said. “We like to think we’re a team that plays a certain way and that may be appealing to some guys. At the same time, I want to tweak a few things to fit his skill set.”

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It seems like an extension of the bond formed in the bubble has carried over as a foundation that has the team clicking. When Paul was asked what has impressed him the most thus far, it was that.

“The camaraderie that we sort of built already,” he said. “Through team group texts … our team seems like we’ve been together for a while just because we got guys that want to compete, want to work hard but you can tell everyone enjoys being in the gym.”

The relationship Paul forms with Cheap Devin Booker Jersey on the court and off will dictate the team’s success, and Paul isn’t going to overcomplicate things there. When asked if there’s anything now on a day-to-day basis he’s eager to work with Booker on or wants to see Booker improve on, he kept it simple.

“Nothin’,” he said with a laugh. “I ain’t looking for nothing … I think his presence, his demeanor — one thing about Book is that he commands respect from everybody from just how he plays the game and how he carries itself. All the other stuff will take care of itself because he puts the work in.”

Easy enough!

Williams was asked about new forward Jae Crowder’s status being a player that just got done with a long playoff run in the bubble and said the following:

“I can’t comment on Jae’s situation right now. I’m just gonna leave it at that.”

Williams said Saturday he would not comment on whether players did or did not practice in fear of violating the league’s collective bargaining agreement, a more relevant issue with potential COVID-19 cases now a reality.

Williams held the same stance in the bubble, and the public did not learn that Cheap Ricky Rubio Jersey and Cheap Aron Baynes Jersey tested positive for coronavirus until they themselves told the media. With practice in the Orlando bubble that season and the Zoom era of media availabilities continuing for everyone’s safety, reporters are obviously not physically present to see if a player is in attendance, as they were previously before the world flipped upside down.

Starting six games last season, the 6-5 forward shot 37.5% from 3, which is also a career high.

“You got a guy who is kind of a young player despite being in the middle of his career,” said new Thunder coach Mark Daigneault about the 27-year-old Nader. “I still think there is a ceiling for him as a player He obviously can really score the ball, he’s an aggressive scorer, but he’s a really good guy. Really good teammate and has great humility. He’s always trying to improve and he’s willing to put the work in to improve.”

Phoenix Suns’ Devin Booker, left, tries to shoot past Oklahoma City Thunder’s Cheap Abdel Nader Jersey, center, during the first half of an NBA basketball game Monday, Aug. 10, 2020, in Lake Buena Vista, Fla. (Mike Ehrmann/Pool Photo via AP).
Nader said he didn’t really know what to think about the trade at first, but was happy Paul was part of it as Oklahoma City sent those two to Phoenix for Cheap Ty Jerome Jersey, Cheap Jalen Lecque Jersey, Oubre Jr., Rubio and a future first-round pick last month before the draft.

“I’ve been traded before so I’ve kind of been through this already once,” Nader said. “I was happy to hear that C was coming with me because me and him have built a relationship in the past so having him here with me has made that transition much smoother.”

Nader later said he’s was excited about the trade.

“I haven’t really spent time in Phoenix but I knew (the Suns) had a nice, young unit with a lot of talent,” Nader said. “Ability to grow. Also the city sounds like a nice place to me. I wasn’t complaining too much.”

Nader’s NBA career started in the G League as he earned G League Rookie of the Year playing for Boston’s Maine Red Claws. He then played one season for the Celtics before being traded to Oklahoma City for Rodney Purvis going into the 2018-19 season.

Boston Celtics forward Abdel Nader shoots in the second half of an NBA basketball game against the Brooklyn Nets, Wednesday, April 11, 2018, in Boston. (AP Photo/Elise Amendola).
Nader spent the next two seasons with the Thunder. He posted three double-figure games in the bubble, scoring 15 in an 128-101 loss to the Suns.

Now he’s in Phoenix looking to find his role.

“I really don’t know (his role) on the team,” Nader said. “Just trying to play. I think we’re all trying to play. It’s a new group of guys. So I think we’re all trying to play and figure out how we can help each other and how we can fit together.”