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5:32 PM ET ESPN News Services Chicago Bulls swingman Otto Porter Jr. will miss at least another month after a foot and ankle specialist confirmed a small fracture in his left foot, the team announced Tuesday. Porter was evaluated Monday in Green Bay, Wisconsin, by Dr. Bob Anderson, who confirmed the bone injury. The injury
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11:38 PM ET SAN FRANCISCO — Former first-round draft pick Josh Jackson was suspended for the Memphis Hustle’s G League game on Monday because of a violation of team rules. The Hustle are the G League affiliate of the Memphis Grizzlies and Grizzlies head coach Taylor Jenkins addressed the situation prior to Monday’s game against
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Try This Trade Trade Exceptions: Add a Second Team Projected Record Note:Projected records are based on the PER of the players in each team’s post-trade rotation. Taking into account the players traded and the ability of their replacements, it is possible for each team in a trade to have a better projected record, or for
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2:54 AM ET PORTLAND, Ore. — Oklahoma City Thunder point guard Chris Paul says the officiating crew in Sunday night’s 108-96 win over the Portland Trail Blazers “got me back” after assessing Paul and the Thunder two delay-of-game-violations in the first half. The calls resulted in a technical foul two nights after Paul pushed to
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2:54 AM ET PORTLAND, Ore. — Oklahoma City Thunder point guard Chris Paul says the officiating crew in Sunday night’s 108-96 win over the Portland Trail Blazers “got me back” after assessing Paul and the Thunder two delay-of-game-violations in the first half. The calls resulted in a technical foul two nights after Paul pushed to
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9:35 AM ET Nick DePaulaESPN Already this season, we’re seeing players take themselves less and less serious with their custom sneaker themes, perhaps none more than the first week of December. After launching his own “LG9” signature shoe with upstart brand Q4 Sports a year ago, Detroit Pistons shooting guard Langston Galloway has been wearing
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11:22 PM ET Tim BontempsESPN PHILADELPHIA — What would Brett Brown like for Christmas? One 3-point shot per game from his All-Star point guard. After his Philadelphia 76ers routed the hapless Cleveland Cavaliers 141-94 at the Wells Fargo Center on Saturday night, Brown was asked about Ben Simmons taking — and making — his second
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5:03 PM ET Associated Press DALLAS — Luka Doncic scored 28 points in 26 minutes, leading Dallas in a rout of New Orleans 130-84 on Saturday. The Mavericks’ 46-point win wasn’t the largest margin of victory this season — they outscored the Golden State Warriors by 48 last month. Dallas (18-8) has won five in
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12:48 AM ET Eric WoodyardESPN MILWAUKEE — Doc Rivers requested legal documentation ahead of Friday night’s Los Angeles Clippers and Milwaukee Bucks showdown. The LA Clippers coach wasn’t convinced that Giannis Antetokounmpo was celebrating just his 25th birthday. “I want to see his birth certificate,” Rivers said. “I don’t believe it. Nah, I’m joking.” Antetokounmpo
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12:48 PM ET Chicago Bulls swingman Otto Porter Jr. will miss at least two more weeks as he continues to deal with a foot injury, the team announced Friday. Porter had an MRI on his left foot Wednesday, and it revealed what the team called “continued bone edema.” The Bulls said Porter will be briefly
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1:09 PM ET Los Angeles Lakers star LeBron James took to social media on Thursday to shrug off criticism made by Utah Jazz television announcers and defend his actions for coming onto the court in socks to cheer his teammates in the closing minutes of Wednesday night’s blowout win. James, who had already exited the
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9:56 PM ET The Houston Rockets will likely file an official protest regarding James Harden’s dunk that wasn’t counted in Tuesday’s 135-133 loss to the San Antonio Spurs, sources told ESPN. Houston had been optimistic in the wake of the loss that the NBA office would take action without a protest being necessary. However, sources
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7:00 AM ET Tim BontempsESPN The NBA season reaches its quarter pole this week, and a new world order has begun to establish itself. The Golden State Warriors are no longer juggernauts. The Los Angeles Lakers might be. The Zion Williamson Era … is on hold. But amid all the tumult that has defined the
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