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  1. Quote of the Day: Sheed is the new Scalabrine

    Nov 3, 2012, 8:01 AM EDT

    “I accept my Brian Scalabrine role. I’m cool with it.” —Knicks big man Rasheed Wallace, who has played a very limited role so far this season, as reported by Jeff Zillgitt of the USA Today. He is referring to popular Celtics and Bulls bench guy Brian Scalabrine (now with Comcast SportsNet New England). Wallace, who…

  2. Lakers identity crisis runs into confident Clippers, result is 0-3 Lakers

    Nov 3, 2012, 3:16 AM EDT

    Los Angeles Clippers v Los Angeles Lakers

    LOS ANGELES — The Clippers know who they are. They are Chris Paul’s team, Lob City, a lot of pick-and-roll, Jamal Crawford breaking guys ankles, Blake Griffin attacking the rim The Lakers are… still trying to figure it out. Through three games the Lakers have tried on more personalities than an 13-year-old girl. And none…

  3. Three Stars of the Night: Upset Edition

    Nov 3, 2012, 1:47 AM EDT

    Kevin Durant, Scott Brooks

    So, who had the Bobcats, Magic, Bucks and Knicks all winning tonight? Of course you did. There were lots of upsets around the league, but who are the PBT Three Stars of the Night? Who is hanging out with Wilt Chamberlain and Michael Jordan in the record books? And where in the world is Carmen…

  4. Anthony Davis suffers concussion, will not play against Bulls Saturday

    Nov 3, 2012, 12:28 AM EDT

    Anthony Davis

    UPDATE Nov. 3, 12:26 am: The Hornets have confirmed that Anthony Davis has suffered a concussion — one they describe as “mild” but there are no really mild concussions — and he will not travel to the game in Chicago, staying behind in New Orleans to undergo further tests. It sucks because Davis is from…

  5. Warriors Brandon Rush suffers ugly knee injury

    Nov 3, 2012, 12:16 AM EDT

    Brandon Rush, Shannon Brown

    Consider this your warning: The is one of those “not for squeamish” injuries. (We’re not running video here but follow this link to see it, just giving you a heads up that you might want to wait if you’ve just eaten.) Brandon Rush suffered what appeared to be a serious left knee injury in the…

  6. Knicks play like adults, spank the Heat in home opener

    Nov 2, 2012, 11:23 PM EDT

    Miami Heat v New York Knicks

    The advanced age of the Knicks has been a source of comedy this offseason, but the Miami Heat probably don’t think the Knicks are much of a joke after getting blown out, 104-84, at Madison Square Garden. The Knicks may be short on speed and athleticism with their role players, but it’s evident already that…

  7. Hedo Turkoglu breaks non-shooting hand, he’s out a while

    Nov 2, 2012, 10:34 PM EDT

    Orlando Magic Hedo Turkoglu complains after he picked up second foul against New York Knicks in NBA basketball game in New York

    Because what the Orlando Magic could really afford to lose one of the few proven scorers on their roster…. Orlando will be without Hedo Turkoglu for a little while after he broke his left — non-shooting — hand against the Nuggets on Friday, reports Joshua Robbins of the Orlando Sentinel. It happened in the third…

  8. Steve Nash will sit out for Lakers. Welcome to the Steve Blake era.

    Nov 2, 2012, 10:06 PM EDT

    Lakers Steve Nash smiles as he plays in the Lakers season opening game against  Dallas

    As we pretty much all expected, Steve Nash will not suit up for the Lakers Friday night against the Clippers, the contusion on his shin still limiting movement too much, Lakers coach Mike Brown confirmed before the game on Friday. Steve Blake will start, and Brown said both Chris Duhon and Darius Morris could see…

  9. Luis Scola: “We’re not a cool team. We’re not a pretty team.”

    Nov 2, 2012, 7:31 PM EDT

    scola-suns

    When the Houston Rockets used the amnesty provision on Luis Scola, it was a pretty odd move. The Rockets were obviously juggling the numbers to make offers to both Omer Asik and Jeremy Lin this offseason, but it was still a little alarming to see a player of Scola’s caliber get cast aside for nothing…

  10. None other than Warren Buffett praises LeBron’s business savvy

    Nov 2, 2012, 7:08 PM EDT

    LeBron James

    LeBron James has never made a secret of his desire to be a billionaire, which when he was younger came off like some of his other boasts — the ramblings of person who has never really had to deal with the real world. But things seem to be changing. On the court we have seen…

  11. Eric Gordon says doctor told him 4-6 to return, no surgery

    Nov 2, 2012, 5:55 PM EDT

    Eric Gordon

    Eric Gordon wanted another opinion on his knee injury, and that doctor says to wait longer. But that no surgery is needed, contrary to an earlier report. When there are conflicting reports out there the best strategy is to go with the best source. In the case of Gordon’s knee, Marc Spears of Yahoo spoke…

  12. The interconnectivity of the Lakers’ problems

    Nov 2, 2012, 5:04 PM EDT

    Lakers starters walk onto the court after a timeout during their loss to the Dallas Mavericks in their NBA basketball game in Los Angeles

    If you ask five people what’s wrong with the Lakers, you’re likely to get five different answers. That’s what happens when a team with that caliber of talent opens the season 0-2. There are simply too many things to pick at for there to only be one thing wrong. That said, the Lakers issues aren’t…

  13. Bucks Mbah a Moute to miss at least two more weeks

    Nov 2, 2012, 4:20 PM EDT

    Mbah a Moute

    The Milwaukee Bucks miss Luc Richard Mbah a Moute. They want him back, the healthy Mbah a Moute from a couple seasons ago. The one that is near the top of wing defenders in the league. The one that does the little things on offense, cutting baseline off the ball while the defense is still focused…

  14. “It doesn’t look good” for Nash to play for Lakers Friday

    Nov 2, 2012, 3:12 PM EDT

    Los Angeles Lakers coach Mike Brown (R) chats to Steve Nash of Canada during their loss to the Dallas Mavericks in their NBA basketball game in Los Angeles

    Officially Steve Nash is still listed as doubtful and is a game-time decision for the Lakers when they take on the Clippers Friday night. But if you just want to go ahead and move him into the “not going to play” column, go ahead. Nobody is going to blame you. Here is what Mike Bresnahan…

  15. Andrew Bogut will not play second night of back-to-backs

    Nov 2, 2012, 2:52 PM EDT

    Andrew Bogut

    Andrew Bogut is back on an NBA court — he played 18 minutes for the Warriors in their season opener against Phoenix, hitting four of his six shots and adding six rebounds, generally playing pretty well. But the Warriors are going to go slow with Bogut, not rush him back. They have to think long…

  16. Bobcats, Augustin had a free agency flap you didn’t notice

    Nov 2, 2012, 2:10 PM EDT

    D.J. Augustin

    It is the NBA’s equivalent of a tree falling in the forest — if the Bobcats have a free agency flap will anyone notice? Apparently it’s not just the superstar players — your Ray Allens and Dwight Howards — who have flaps with their teams. Who move on because of it. We just don’t noticed.…

  17. Manu Ginobili very close to making his season debut

    Nov 2, 2012, 2:07 PM EDT

    Manu Ginobili, Ty Lawson

    After Tony Parker’s clutch basket led to a thrilling victory over one of the west’s elite powers, the Spurs are again showing they will be a team to be reckoned with this season. It’s scary to think, then, that the Spurs are about to get even better but that’s exactly what’s going to happen. Manu…

  18. Wade thinks Heat/Knicks game Friday should have been postponed

    Nov 2, 2012, 1:33 PM EDT

    East Coast Begins To Clean Up And Assess Damage From Hurricane Sandy

    Thursday night the NBA postponed the Nets first regular season game at the Barclays Center in Brooklyn because of the damage (particularly to the subways) in New York. There are a lot of people in the city questioning if the New York Marathon should be run Sunday (it is going on). But Friday night’s Knicks…

  19. Video: Gregg Popovich remains king of in-game interviews

    Nov 2, 2012, 12:26 PM EDT

    Gregg Popovich

    With Phil Jackson and Stan Van Gundy now off the sidelines (Van Gundy is now with us at NBC), Spurs coach Gregg Popovich is now the undisputed champion of the in-game interview. Witness David Aldridge’s attempt last night, when he mistakenly asks if Pops is “happy” with the Spurs ball movement in a game his…

  20. Eric Gordon isn’t asking for a trade, it’s about the knee

    Nov 2, 2012, 12:05 PM EDT

    Eric Gordon

    Nobody is sure what is going on with Eric Gordon’s knee. Not the doctors, they seem to say there is no structural damage (at least according to GM Del Demps). Not Eric Gordon, he says he had a setback but is vague and talking about more information coming in. Certainly not the fans in New…

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