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Thunder's Perkins has surgery, out 6 weeks

Thunder's Perkins has surgery, out 6 weeks

ESPN.com nba.com Updated Feb 25
Oklahoma City Thunder center Kendrick Perkins underwent a procedure on his left groin and will miss approximately six weeks, the team announced Tuesday.
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Sports Columnists

  • Caron Butler to be bought out by Milwaukee Bucks

    Feb 25
    Milwaukee Bucks swingman Caron Butler is scheduled to complete a contract buyout Wednesday that sets him up to become an unrestricted free agent by the end of the week, according to sources close to the talks.
  • Sources: Granger, 76ers still talking buyout

    Feb 25
    Newly acquired Danny Granger and the Philadelphia 76ers continue to discuss a possible buyout, according to sources close to the process.
  • NBA weighing expanded court, 4-point shot

    Feb 25
    NBA president of basketball operations Rod Thorn and vice president Kiki Vandeweghe have acknowledged, at least in an exploratory fashion, has weighed expanding the dimensions of the court and the introduction of a 4-point shot.
  • NBA has discussed bigger court, 4-point shot

    Feb 25
    NBA president of basketball operations Rod Thorn and vice president Kiki Vandeweghe have acknowledged, at least in an exploratory fashion, has weighed expanding the dimensions of the court and the introduction of a 4-point shot.