DAILY INJURY UPDATES:

March 12, 2017

  Chicago at Boston: BOS – James Young (back) questionable. New York at Brooklyn: NYK – Joakim Noah (knee) will not play. NYK – Maurice Ndour (ankle) doubtful. BKN – Brook Lopez (ankle) probable. BKN – Joe Harris (concussion) questionable. Miami at Indiana: MIA – Goran Dragic (eye) questionable. MIA – Justise Winslow (shoulder) out for season. MIA – Chris Bosh (blood clots) will not play. MIA – Josh McRoberts…

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REPORT: MRI Results Reveal Kyle Korver Will Miss Time

March 12, 2017

​Cleveland Cavaliers sharpshooter Kyle Korver has missed the past two games with a foot injury, after having already missing some time with a knee injury. According to reports, it could be some time Korver returns to the court. New story: Kyle Korver underwent MRI could miss a week with recurring foot injury @clevelanddotcom https://t.co/x6bPvJckvR — Joe Vardon (@joevardon) March 11, 2017 Korver’s foot has been bothering him since the All-Star…

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5 Dream Targets For Chicago Bulls In 2017 NBA Free Agency

March 12, 2017

If the Chicago Bulls’ dreams were to come true this upcoming offseason, all five of these stars would be up for grabs during 2017 NBA Free Agency. At this moment, the Chicago Bulls are still trying to bounce back from a midseason meltdown. Inner turmoil tore apart any semblance of chemistry this team had, but there appears to be a brighter future ahead for one of the NBA’s most storied…

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What each non-title contender is playing for the rest of the NBA season

March 12, 2017

We are one month and one day away from the end of the 2016-17 NBA regular season, and the championship picture is much muddier than anyone could have imagined. Instead of the inevitability of a Warriors-Cavaliers rematch, a hefty handful of squads have a shot to make it to the Finals — yet there are still a number of teams whose seasons are all but over. So from playoff also-rans…

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5 bold NBA predictions heading into the final month of the season

March 12, 2017

We are officially in the final month of the NBA regular season, which wraps up on April 12. With the playoffs right around the corner and award season heating up, here are five predictions for how the rest of this NBA year will shake out. LeBron James will take a week off — and still win MVP J.R. Smith is back, Kevin Love isn’t far behind him, and the rest…

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Steve Kerr announces all of Warriors’ stars will sit out Saturday at San Antonio

March 11, 2017

Coach Steve Kerr announced that Stephen Curry, Klay Thompson, Draymond Green and Andre Iguodala all will rest Saturday night when the Golden State Warriors play at San Antonio. It’s a deliciously loaded decision — firstly because Spurs coach Gregg Popovich often has come under fire (and even been fined by the NBA) for resting his stars in road games. And secondly because it’s a nationally televised, prime time game between the top…

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Projected No. 1 overall pick Markelle Fultz declares for the NBA Draft

March 11, 2017

Although it feels like the college basketball season just started, it is quickly coming to an end. And as it does, we’ll see more and more pro prospects officially declare for the NBA Draft. On Friday afternoon we got the first – and arguably most important – one as Washington guard Markelle Fultz announced that his time in Seattle is done. He is going pro, and he posted a short…

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Keys to the Game: Celtics 99, Warriors 86 / Boston Celtics

March 10, 2017

Celtics 99, Warriors 86 Oakland, CA – March 8, 2017 KEY MOMENT KEY PLAYER BOX SCORE NUGGETS QUOTE OF THE NIGHT March 9, 2017 Key Moment The Boston Celtics were held to a season-low 88 points in November when they hosted the Golden State Warriors at TD Garden. The C’s returned the favor Wednesday night at Oracle Arena. Boston limited the Warriors to just 86 points while putting up 99…

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3 Reasons Why Russell Westbrook Shouldn’t Be MVP

March 10, 2017

Russell Westbrook has been a monster this season, averaging a triple-double, which is something that hasn’t been done since Oscar Robertson did it in 1962. What Westbrook is accomplishing stat-wise is truly amazing, but is it deserving of an MVP award? Despite Westbrook’s ability to put up enormous stats on a nightly basis, he shouldn’t win MVP. 3. True Shooting Percentage Is Awful Among all point guards, Westbrook is ranked…

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