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Dwyane Wade Shoots Hoops With 90-Year-Old Grandma
Heat star Dwyane Wade granted the 90th birthday wish of Heat fan "Grandma Nelly" by playing basketball with her.
Curry Capitalizes On Barnes' Failed Pass
Clippers small forward Matt Barnes hits the backboard when inbounding the ball and Warriors guard Steph Curry intercepts it and hits a 3.
Don't Blame Drake
Drake hung out at Kentucky's Midnight Madness this past weekend, violating NBA rules and regulations yet again. But is he to blame for this?