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Clippers' second unit is no longer a secret The Orange County Register
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Chris Paul missing but hardly missed as Clippers rout Grizzlies - latimes.com
With its All-Star point guard sidelined by a knee injury, L.A. turns to its deep, talented bench, as Matt Barnes and Jamal Crawford lead the charge in 99-73 win.
New York Knicks record talk between Carmelo Anthony, Chicago Bulls - ESPN New York
In the wake of an incident between Carmelo Anthony and Kevin Garnett that resulted in Anthony's suspension, the Knicks recorded all in-game conversations between the star forward and players surrounding him Friday against the Bulls, a source confirmed.
Kobe Bryant of Los Angeles Lakers to take on more important defensive role, Mike D'Antoni says - ESPN Los Angeles
The Lakers have turned to none other than Kobe Bryant to spearhead that defensive turnaround.
Dallas Mavericks owner Mark Cuban says 'Bank of Cuban' is open - ESPN Dallas
Memo to the rest of the NBA: Dallas Mavericks owner Mark Cuban is in Let's Make a Deal mode.
Ginobili to miss 10-14 days with hamstring strain - Yahoo! Sports
San Antonio Spurs guard Manu Ginobili is expected to miss 10-14 days with a left hamstring strain.
Cleveland Cavaliers may target LeBron James in 2014 free agency, according to report | Ball Don't Lie - Yahoo! Sports
From the blog Ball Don't Lie: After a Sunday night loss to the Los Angeles Lakers, the Cleveland Cavaliers sit at 9-30, owners of the second-worst record in the NBA and, outside of the transcendent Kyrie Irving, possessed of relatively little that's likely to stoke fans' …
Geoff Calkins: Never mind Gay, is Hollins sticking around? " The Commercial Appeal
Yes, the Grizzlies have to figure out what they’re going to do with Rudy Gay. But they have to figure out what to do with their head coach, too.