SportsNation: Blake Griffin’s dunk, Luka Doncic goes off & the Rockets’ 20th straight loss

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SportsNation: Blake Griffin’s dunk, Luka Doncic goes off & the Rockets’ 20th straight loss

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0:00 The Phoenix Suns beat the shorthanded Los Angeles Lakers.

0:22 Blake Griffin dunks in his debut with the Brooklyn Nets.

1:22 The Houston Rockets lose a 20th straight game.

3:11 The Philadelphia 76ers take down the New York Knicks in overtime.

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