— The Denver Nuggets might not want this road trip to end.
— James Harden and Kevin Durant each scored 20 points despite three relatively quiet quarters, and the Brooklyn Nets broke away with a big run in the fourth to beat the Miami Heat 98-85 on Monday night.
No team in the NBA this season has had a longer win streak than the Jazz. But they're not the only red-hot West team heading into Week 6.
The Heat plan to use coronavirus-sniffing dogs at AmericanAirlines Arena to screen fans who want to attend their games, starting with Thursday's game against the Clippers.
— Kevin Durant scored 31 points, Kyrie Irving took over late and had 28 and the Brooklyn Nets overcame Bam Adebayo's career-high 41 points to beat the Miami Heat 128-124 on Saturday night.
— Norman Powell scored 23 points, OG Anunoby added 21 and the Toronto Raptors recovered in the second half after blowing a 21-point lead to beat the Miami Heat 101-81 on Friday night.
— Kendrick Nunn scored 28 points and the injury-plagued Miami Heat pulled away in the second half for a 111-102 win over the Toronto Raptors on Wednesday night.
Chiney and Golic Jr. discuss if Brooklyn is now the team to beat in the East and Gabrielle Union and Dwyane Wade's kids calling them out on Instagram.
Bomani, Domonique and Sarah talk if Brooklyn can balance their superstars before discussing the Mets firing their GM Jared Porter for sending explicit photos and what that says about society as a whole.
— The Miami Heat eventually showed up to a game already behind schedule.