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LA Clippers vs Orlando Magic Injury Report Revealed

Both the LA Clippers and Orlando Magic will be extremely shorthanded as they face off on Wednesday night. Fortunately for the Clippers though, they'll still have both of their superstars available. The Clippers will be missing: Luke Kennard with right calf injury management, Marcus Morris with a non-covid illness, Norman...
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James Wiseman eager to return to court after G League stint

Warriors center James Wiseman is back in the NBA and is eager to show what he learned during nearly three weeks in the G League, writes Kendra Andrews of ESPN. With Stephen Curry, Draymond Green and Andrew Wiggins all missing tonight’s game at Utah, the team recalled Wiseman to have another player available.

Warriors recall center James Wiseman from G League

The Warriors recalled James Wiseman from their G League affiliate in Santa Cruz, according to a press release tweeted by the team’s PR department. Wiseman averaged 15.6 points, 10.1 rebounds and 1.1 blocks in seven starts with Santa Cruz. Wiseman struggled during his 11 NBA appearances this season before...

NBA DFS Picks: FanDuel plays and lineup strategy for Dec. 7

We have five games with projected totals of 230 and above on Wednesday’s slate. Of that group, the nightcap between the Pacers and Timberwolves stands out. Although the Hawks-Knicks matchup sports an over-under of 233, I’m not entirely convinced that these two offenses can produce that number. The only clunker on the slate appears to be the Clippers-Magic game, but the statuses of Paul George and Kawhi Leonard will influence that number.

Recap: Shorthanded Wizards lose back-and-forth matchup in Chicago

Coming into Wednesday evening's game in Chicago, the Wizards had lost six of their last seven games and were hungry for success. This one was hard-fought throughout and the Wizards had some brilliant moments, but ultimately, the Bulls were able to hang on by a final score of 115-111. Due...

G League’s George Wilson on ‘The Break’ docuseries: ‘We’re constantly seeking to meet our fans where they are.’

One of the more unusual content initiatives in a while comes from the NBA G League, which announced a The Break eight-part docuseries last month. That series was released this week, and it’s notable on several fronts. Those fronts include how The Break is part of a wider partnership with auto insurance firm The General, how Read more... The post G League’s George Wilson on ‘The Break’ docuseries: ‘We’re constantly seeking to meet our fans where they are.’ appeared first on Awful Announcing.

NBA Fans React To Boston Celtics Domination Of Phoenix Suns: "Celtics Opened Up A Can Of Whoop A*s"

The Boston Celtics have emerged as the best team in the NBA in a season where teams are closer than ever to each other. Currently, over half the teams in the NBA are within 3 games of .500, a statistic that hasn't been replicated in years. So, when the best team in the East met the best team in the West, it was expected to be a possible NBA Finals preview.

How To Watch The Los Angeles Clippers At Miami Heat Thursday, Injury Report, Betting Line Etc

VITALS: : The Heat and Clippers meet for the first of two matchups this regular season. Last season, the teams split the series, 1-1, with each team winning on their home court. The Heat are 37-30 all-time versus the Clippers during the regular season, including 20-13 in home games and 17-17 in road games ... For the Heat, Gabe Vincent (knee), Omar Yurtseven (ankle) and Jamal Cain (G League) are out, Jimmy Butler (knee) and Dewayne Dedmon (foot) are questionable.

Cavs News: Mobley the next Giannis, full Charge, not title contenders

Evan Mobley is an incredibly unique player, one whose impact already is incredible and whose upside seems unending…but that individuality to his game means it can be hard to chart the way ahead. There are some comps from the last generation of basketball stars, names like Kevin Garnett, Chris Webber and Chris Bosh. Yet as ESPN’s Jamal Collier lays out, there is one name from this generation for Mobley to look to: Giannis Antetokounmpo.
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Preview: Perpetually shorthanded Hornets travel to Brooklyn to face Nets

What: Charlotte Hornets (7-17) at Brooklyn Nets (13-12) Where: Barclays Center; Brooklyn, N.Y. How to watch: Bally Sports Southeast, NBA League Pass. Outfitting: Hornets — City (granite); Nets — City (white) Injury report:. BRK: Kessler Edwards (G League assignment), OUT; Day’Ron Sharpe (G League assignment), OUT; Ben Simmons...