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WATCH: Steph Curry GOES OFF for career-high 62 points

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The Golden State Warriors might be a shell of their dominant selfs, but they still have Steph Curry. And the superstar went off in a big way during the team’s 137-122 win over the Portland Trail Blazers on Sunday night.

The 32-year old scored a career-best 62 points on 18 of 31 shooting (8 of 16 from deep) to go along with five rebounds and four assists.

He became the second oldest player to score over 60+ in a single game. The oldest was Kobe Bryant, who dropped 60 in his final NBA game back in April 13, 2016.

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WATCH: Devin Booker gets ejected from game for bouncing ball to referee

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Nobody watches NBA games for the referees…

This is getting out of hand. The league needs to do something about this ridiculousness before it’s too late!

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Victor Oladipo reportedly turns down two-year max contract extension from the Rockets

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Houston Rockets guard Victor Oladipo is betting on himself.

According to reports, the 28-year old turned down a two-year, $45.2-million max contract extension from the team earlier this week.

Oladipo, who is slated to become an unrestricted free agent after this season, reportedly prefers a longer-term deal that spans at least four years.

The former number 2 overall pick has averaged 18.9 points, 4.9 rebounds, 4.8 assists, and 1.2 steals over 12 games since being dealt from the Indiana Pacers on January 16.

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Pau Gasol heading back to Spain with Euroleague team FC Barcelona

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Pau Gasol is returning to where it all started.

The legendary big man confirmed that he is signing with Euroleague club FC Barcelona after an illustrious 18 season career in the NBA.

The 40-year old, who last played in 2018/19, averaged 17.0 points, 9.2 rebounds and 3.2 assists over a span of 1226 career games split between the Memphis Grizzlies, Los Angeles Lakers, San Antonio Spurs, Chicago Bulls and Milwaukee Bucks.

During that span, he was a six-time NBA All-Star, and a two-time NBA champion.

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