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The LA Clippers debut for Paul George came without Kawhi Leonard and in a loss. But George demonstrates difference making ability for a team expecting to contend.
Five days after spraining his ankle, Seton Hall star Myles Powell went off for 37 points in a 76-73 loss to No. 3 Michigan State on Thursday, prompting Spartans coach Tom Izzo to call him “one of the great players I’ve ever seen” in college hoops.
Carmelo Anthony is back … and the lines aren’t moving. ESPN’s Adrian Wojnarowski reported Thursday night that the Portland Trail Blazers are signing Carmelo Anthony during their upcoming road trip. The Blazers making this move isn’t necessarily surprising. They have been linked to Anthony going back to his final years in New York, and Portland …
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Damian Lillard thought he’d never come to Portland. But after a year away, Anthony will join the Trail Blazers.
Myles Powell returns quicker than expected from an ankle injury, in time for No. 12 Seton Hall’s game against No. 3 Michigan State.
Carmelo Anthony, who last played in an NBA game in November 2018, is signing a non-guaranteed deal with the Trail Blazers, league sources told ESPN’s Adrian Wojnarowski.
Just as he’d predicted, Mavs forward Kristaps Porzingis was forcibly booed before and during Thursday night’s game against the Knicks in his first game back at Madison Square Garden since he his February trade to Dallas.
After missing the season’s first 11 games with a shoulder injury, Paul George made his long-awaited Clippers debut, scoring 33 points in a 132-127 loss to the Pelicans as Kawhi Leonard sat out.
Atlanta Hawks guard Kevin Huerter will be reexamined in two weeks after an MRI revealed a left rotator cuff strain during the team’s West Coast road trip.