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Sixers stun Bulls to continue surprising start
ESPN.com Updated Nov 2, 2013
Rookie Michael Carter-Williams had 26 points and 10 assists and Spencer Hawes added 18 points and 11 rebounds as the Philadelphia 76ers continued their stunning start to the season, beating the Chicago Bulls 107-104 on Saturday night.Share Tweet
Brooklyn Nets reserve center Andray Blatche was fined $15,000 by the league for making an obscene gesture late in the team's 101-100 victory over the Miami Heat Friday night at Barclays Center, NBA president of basketball operations Rod Thorn announced …Share TweetESPN.com Nov 2, 2013New York Knicks forward Amar'e Stoudemire will sit out of Sunday's game against the Minnesota Timberwolves, coach Mike Woodson said.Share TweetESPN.com Nov 2, 2013Chicago Bulls star Derrick Rose has been dealing with neck soreness over the past week but says he is feeling fine heading into Saturday night's game against the Philadelphia 76ers.Share Tweet
Somehow, Gerald Wallace Is The Voice Of The Celticsdeadspin.com Nov 2, 2013The Boston Celtics blew a 22-point lead to the Milwaukee Bucks Friday night, falling to 0-2. No one on the team seemed more pissed off about the loss than Gerald Wallace.Read more...Share Tweet
Garnett, Pierce use experience of battles past to lead Nets over HeatCNNSI.com Nov 2, 2013The Nets' new veterans channeled their win-or-die attitude to lead the Nets over the Heat 101-100.Share TweetCNNSI.com Nov 2, 2013His Celtics lost to the Bucks 105-98, but Brad Stevens learned Boston's past is his greatest ally.Share Tweet
76ers Surprise Bulls, Improve To 3-0Nov 2Michael Carter-Williams had 26 points and 10 assists to help the 76ers come from behind to beat the Bulls 107-104.
Gay's Double-Double Lifts RaptorsNov 2Rudy Gay tallied 18 points and 15 rebounds to lead the Raptors past the Bucks 97-90.
Ian Thomsen: Celtics' history affords Brad Stevens freedom to rebuild at o…Nov 2BOSTON -- For almost 30 minutes there was reason to believe things may not be so bad after all. But then a Celtics' 72-50 lead was slashed down to 10 points on a bad midcourt shooting foul by rookie Kelly Olynyk at the third-quarter buzzer.