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Pacers' Granger nearing return from heel injury

Indiana Pacers forward Danny Granger, an All-Star last season, expects to play soon after missing the past month because of an injured heel.

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Wolves' Love returns to practice one day after knee injury

Minnesota Timberwolves forward Kevin Love was back at practice, one day after banging knees with Golden State's Corey Maggette.

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Italy - UCC Casalpusterlengo land Phil Missere

Phil MissereUCC Casalpusterlengo have agreed on terms of contract with Phil Missere (203-F-83, college: St.John's). The 26-year-old forward was last seen in A.B. Latina. He started the season there averaging 9.5 points, 7.5 boards and 1.4 steals per game. Last season Phil Missere played in England. He tallied 13.5 points, 11.5 boards and 1.7 blocks per appearance for the Leicester City Raiders. Phil Missere originally from New York graduated from St. Johns College back in 2006

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France - Bourg signed Ford (FRA-Pro B)

Alton FordHernold Gardener (205-C-82, college: Lon Morris JC) left without having played in Bourg (FRA-Pro B). To replace Jonathan McClark (200-F-77, college: Rider), foot injured, Bourg hired until mid February, the U.S. central Alton Ford (208-C-81, agency: Huss Sport Agency, college: Houston) (207)
At his graduation, he was drafted by the Phoenix Suns in 2001. It is played 53 games before that injury does spoil its second season. In 2003-2004, he continued his NBA career in Orlando, and Houston

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Slovakia - Extraliga Round: 24 (Regular Season)

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Svit - B.Bystrica 88-75
Svit handled Banska Bystrica before the home fans. Vincent Polakovic (203-F-84, college: USF) debuted for Svit well tallying 24 points and 15 boards. Branislav Laco added 21 points in the winning effort. Ivan Skara came off the bench to deliver 16 points and 11 rebounds for Banska Bystrica.

Pezinok - Handlova 85-84
Pezinok narrowly defeated Handlova at home court. David Jackson (193-G-86, college: W

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T-Mac's popularity continues to jumble All-Star returns

Tracy McGrady has played a total of 47 minutes and hasn't been on the court since Christmas. Yet McGrady has increased his lead over Steve Nash for the second guard spot in Western Conference All-Star balloting.

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Bryant, James lead pack in final All-Star ballot update

Kobe Bryant of the Los Angeles Lakers and Carmelo Anthony of the Denver Nuggets top the Western Conference, while LeBron James of the Cleveland Cavaliers and Dwyane Wade of the Miami Heat lead the Eastern Conference in the fourth returns of 2010 NBA All-Star Balloting presented by T-Mobile. Bryant, a three-time All-Star MVP, is the overall leader with 1,793,782 votes, while James, a two-time All-Star MVP, is second overall with 1,769,287.

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Centers of Attention: Chris Kaman

The Clippers' Chris Kaman is expanding his arsenal and is making his case to make the All-Star team.

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Centers of Attention: Brook Lopez

The Nets' Brook Lopez shows what is making him the focus of opposing teams in just his second season.

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Centers of Attention: Kendrick Perkins

The Celtics' man in the middle shows his softer side when it comes to family.

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