10 Takeaways from Sunday Night's Compelling NBA Action

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10 Takeaways from Sunday Night's Compelling NBA Action
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The NBA had their usual full slate of action starting early on Sunday, take us all the way through the night and finishing up with the Los Angeles Lakers ending up at .500 for the first time since 2012.

We saw a huge comeback by the Miami Heat, a below-the-belt punch, a ton of assists from a particular big man, the real leader of the Indiana Pacers, and a second-year second-round pick come out and have a huge game.

It was a night in which we were able to realize that Gregg Popovich should probably win his third Coach of the Year Award, why the Washington Wizards are a completely different team with John Wall, and why the Sacramento Kings are actually watchable.

So if you missed a single second of what went down on Sunday, I've got everything you need to know about the day that was in the NBA.

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