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Eric Bledsoe looks to finish strong for fantasy owners

There are just three games tonight in what is the season finale for a few teams. It will be tricky maximizing lineups as players could exit games early to rest for the playoffs. 471 more words

Basketball

John Wall to rest Friday night, nice break for Brooklyn

The Brooklyn Nets could really use a win Friday night — they are currently tied with Boston for the 7/8 seeds in the East, just one game ahead of Indiana and a game-and-a-half over Miami. 293 more words

Nets

Report: Wizards signing Will Bynum

When the Wizards signed Toure’ Murry, he seemed like a placeholder until Will Bynum got healthy.

Whether or not Bynum has fully recovered from injury, Murry’s own injury has accelerated the process. 418 more words

Golden State Warriors

Recap: Kings at Wizards

The Wizards overcome a 21 point deficit and end up blowing out the Kings 113-97 behind 31 points from John Wall. The Wizards made a season high 13 three pointers on 26 attempts (50%). 467 more words

Recaps

Three NBA Players Suspended For 'Groin' Shots

1. James Harden

The most recent player suspended for kicking or hitting his opponent in the groin is James Harden, according to ESPN. After falling on the ground, he kicked LeBron James and got him in the groin. 65 more words

Sports

The Grant Napear Show - February 26, 2015 - Seg 2

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Darren Collison, the point guard of the Sacramento Kings, joined the Grant Napear Show during the second segment to discuss his injury and the upcoming surgery on his abdomen that is going to end his season. 38 more words

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After missing one game, Steph Curry is back to turning people's legs into mush

Steph Curry missed the Golden State Warriors’ Sunday night game against the Indiana Pacers due to ankle soreness. As of Tuesday night, it’s safe to say Curry’s ankles are fine. 51 more words

NBA