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  • Pistons-Thunder Preview (The Associated Press)
    Having proved himself in his opportunity with the Detroit Pistons, Reggie Jackson now gets a chance to show the Oklahoma City Thunder what they gave up. Jackson returns to Oklahoma City to enter site buy generic crestor face his former team which is rolling again with Kevin Durant having returned. The Pistons identified Jackson as a key piece to their rebuild when acquiring the point guard from Oklahoma City in a three-team trade Feb. 19 and signing him to a five-year, $80 million contract in July.

  • Dose: Rubio down, LaVine up? (Rotoworld)
    Ricky Rubio went down and Zach LaVine stepped up, the Sixers are 0-16 and have lost 26 straight, and Nicolas Batum loves him some Charlotte.

  • NBA-Highlights of Wednesday's NBA games (Reuters)
    - - Spurs 88, Mavericks 83 Kawhi Leonard poured in 26 points, including the clinching three-pointer with 15 seconds remaining, as the San Antonio Spurs beat the http://www.heritage1886.orgnew/index.php/cialis-for-daily-use/ Dallas Mavericks 88-83. Mavericks forward Dirk Nowitzki hit a jumper with 2:15 to play, cutting San Antonio's lead to 82-80, and Dallas had a chance to tie the game on its next possession. Guard Deron Williams badly missed a jumper.

  • Drummond has 18 points, 20 boards as Pistons rout Heat (The Associated Press)
    Stan Van Gundy is tired of we like it medication online viagra his Detroit players talking a better game than they play. One of his specific messages was that he wanted Andre Drummond to put forth a big effort against Miami's Hassan Whiteside. Drummond responded with 18 points, 20 rebounds and a season-high five blocks in Detroit's 104-81 victory.

  • Was it Jon Koncak's big contract that influenced Shaquille O'Neal to play basketball? (Ball Don't Lie)
    Was it Jon Koncak’s six-year, $13.2 million deal that helped shift Shaquille O’Neal away from the dangers of football, with its Dan Patrick-sized free safeties, and influence him to fully commit to basketball? To hear Shaq tell it, it was Koncak’s “15 million for three years” (actually, again, $13.2 million for six years) deal that pushed the big fella over the edge as a youth. [ Follow Dunks Don't Lie on Tumblr: The best slams from all of basketball ] Even though, as you’ll read … probably not. Koncak (who ironically ended his playing...

  • Heat-Pistons Preview (The Associated Press)
    Chris Bosh, Dwyane Wade, Goran Dragic, Amare Stoudemire and Luol Deng have all led a team in scoring at one point during their careers, but this version of the Miami Heat is making its mark at the other end of the floor. The Heat have been the http://www.n-a.cz/online-abilify NBA's best defensive team so far, and they shouldn't have much trouble looking the part Wednesday night as they visit a Detroit Pistons team that's finding few answers offensively. Miami (9-4) allowed 103.8 points per 100 possessions in its first season without LeBron James, but its efficiency has taken an impressive...

  • Monroe helps Bucks beat Pistons 109-88 (The Associated Press)
    MILWAUKEE (AP) -- Greg Monroe put together a big night against his former team. His new teammates also had a lot of fun.

  • NBA-Highlights from Monday's NBA games (Reuters)
    Nov 23 (The Sports Xchange) - Highlights from National Basketball Association games on Monday: - - - - Cavaliers 117, Magic 103 LeBron James joined Oscar Robertson's elite company while Kevin Love scored a season-high 34 points in the Cleveland Cavaliers' 117-103 win over the Orlando Magic. James joined Robertson as the only players in NBA history to rank in the top 25 in both scoring and assists. James' assist on Love's three-pointer with five minutes left in the second quarter gave him 6,387, moving him ahead of http://www.windycityscrapbooking.com/cialis-cost-20mg Norm Nixon and into 25th place. ...

  • NBA-National Basketball Association roundup (Reuters)
    Atlanta Hawks head coach Mike Budenholzer has been fined $25,000 for making incidental contact with a game official during live action. Kiki VanDeWeghe, the NBA's executive vice president of basketball operations, announced the fine on Monday. The incident, for which Budenholzer was assessed a technical foul and ejected, occurred with 6:27 remaining in the second quarter of Atlanta's 109-97 loss to the Cleveland Cavaliers on Saturday night at Quicken Loans Arena.

  • Pistons-Bucks Preview (The Associated Press)
    While Greg Monroe's new team continues to be a work in progress, his old one has at times shown signs of improvement since his departure. The Detroit Pistons still have some areas to work on, however, ahead of visiting Monroe's Milwaukee Bucks on Monday night in a matchup of slumping Central Division teams. Monroe's offseason addition was expected to further accelerate the Bucks' rise to contention in the Eastern Conference, but Milwaukee (5-8) has appeared to regress following a surprise playoff berth and http://www.jerseynutzsportfishing.com/canadian-healthcare-viagra 41-41 record in coach Jason Kidd's first season.

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