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Jazz's Millsap requires 10 stitches for lip, mouth

Paul Millsap left the Utah Jazz's game at Miami after getting hurt trying to defend Heat center Joel Anthony.

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Roy doubtful vs. Spurs with sprained shoulder

Smacked by injuries that have forced six players out of action, the Portland Trail Blazers now have experienced the worst of it.

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Billups sits out game vs. Hawks with strained groin

Nuggets guard Chauncey Billups was inactive for Wednesday's game against the Hawks.

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Pistons go with same undermanned squad

The slumping Detroit Pistons didn't get any good roster news for their game against the Toronto Raptors.

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NBA Cares: Season of Giving

NBA players from around the league spread cheer to children and families during the holiday sesaon.

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Men and Women of Wheels

American wounded use basketball as a rehabilitation tool.

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Slovenia - Last second blocked 3-pointer allows Sentjur to beat Hopsi

Blaz RucigajSentjur's Marcus Crenshaw blocked a 3-pointer attempt as time expired and his team survived Hopsi, 73-71, in Round 12 of Telemach League.
Sentjur-Hopsi 73-71: The home team proved tough opponents in a close game where the largest lead for either team was 7 points. The game also had 15 lead changes. Sandi Cebular had 23 points and 9 rebounds, Blaz Rucigaj (199-F-79) scored 18 points and came up with a steal, 3-pointers and two clucth free throws in the closing seconds for Sentjur


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Ukraine - Shkurupiy, Jeromanovs and Oglesby left MBC Mykolaiv

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Due to poor performance, a trio of MBC Mykolaiv consisted of Ivan Shkurupiy  (200-F-82), Terrence Oglesby  (188-G-88, college: Clemson) and Edgars Jeromanovs  (186-G-86) left the team. Shipbuilders hold 12th spot in the Superleague Championship and 4th in the SL Cup which is seemed to be the worst result ever.
23-yo Latvian point guard Edgars Jeromanovs averaged 5.6 points, 3.4 rebounds and 3.8 assists per game


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Gasol signs three-year extension with Lakers

Pau Gasol knows he surprised nobody by agreeing to a three-year contract extension with the Los Angeles Lakers nearly two seasons before it kicks in.

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Top Moments of 2009

Current NBA players discuss who they believe is the best player of the decade and relive Brandon Jennings' amazing night against the Warriors.

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