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Raptors prevail despite 5-point fourth quarterESPN.com Nov 13, 2012DeMar DeRozan scored 15 points and Jose Calderon had 13 points, 10 rebounds and 10 assists to lead the Toronto Raptors over the Indiana Pacers 74-72 on Tuesday night.Share Tweet
Injured Raptors Lowry, Fields skip trip to Indiananba.com Nov 13, 2012Toronto guard Kyle Lowry and forward Landry Fields didn't travel with the Raptors for their game against the Indiana Pacers on Tuesday night.Share TweetRussell Westbrook scored 14 of his 33 points in the fourth quarter last night to save the Thunder the ignominy of becoming the first team to lose to the Pistons this season. Down 11 points entering the final frame, Westbrook almost single-handedly broug…Share Tweet
Nate Robinson’s State Of Nate — Season 2, Episode 2 “See You Later”The start of a new NBA season means many great things, and thankfully, after a year in Golden State where he allowed the cameras in on his life, Nate Robinson is back once again with a second season of State Of Nate. When Robinson and filmmaker T.J. Reg…Share Tweet
Top 10 NBA Duos Under 25 Years OldGetting your hands on young talent in the NBA is the equivalent to finding a $100 dollar bill on the ground. Some of it has to do with luck; some of it has to do with being in the right place at the right time. Once you get it, you contemplate whether o…Share TweetCNNSI.com Nov 13, 2012CHICAGO (AP) Rajon Rondo extended his own pursuit of a record and helped the Boston Celtics reverse some recent history.Share Tweet
The Best Player In The World Rips Out Houston’s Heart; Utah Wins A 3OT ThrillerIf you’re trying to beat Miami, there are a few specific things you can’t do. You can’t let LeBron dominate an entire second half. You can’t let Chris Bosh shoot the same jumpers he takes in the pregame all night long. And if you have a look at aShare TweetESPN.com Nov 13, 2012Russell Westbrook scored a season-high 33 points and keyed a fourth-quarter comeback as the Oklahoma City Thunder rallied to beat the winless Detroit Pistons 92-90 on Monday night.Share Tweet