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NEW ORLEANS (AP) Anthony Davis let a tense shoving match affect his play all right.Share Tweet
Nets snap skid to Magic with lift from benchAndray Blatche had 15 points, Brook Lopez added 14 points and 10 rebounds and the Brooklyn Nets beat the Orlando Magic 107-68 Friday night.Share TweetBrooklyn Nets reserve shooting guard MarShon Brooks missed Friday night's game against the Orlando Magic after spraining his left ankle during the team's morning shootaround.Share Tweet
T.I. Will Be Doing Color Commentary At The Hawks Game Tonightdeadspin.com Nov 9, 2012If you weren't planning on watching tonight's Heat-Hawks game, you should be now, because according to a press release that was sent out this morning, rapper T.I. will be doing color commentary for at least two quarters during the game. More »Share TweetHornets coach Monty Williams says top overall draft choice Anthony Davis is ready to return from his concussion Friday night when New Orleans hosts the Charlotte Bobcats.Share Tweet
Deadspin NBA Shit List: Dwight Howard, The Superman Of Unfunnydeadspin.com Nov 9, 2012A celebration of the NBA's most infuriating players, both past and present. Read other NBA Shit List entries here. More »Share Tweet
Heat thriving off 'hockey assists' early in seasonnba.com Nov 9, 2012There's nary a pair of skates visible in the Miami Heat locker room, no bucket of pucks in the practice facility and no Zamboni following the team around, either.Share Tweet
LeBron Carries Wade-Less HeatNov 9LeBron James one assist shy of triple-double in Heat's 95-89 win over Hawks.
Nets Win Easily Over Magic 107-68Nov 9Nets hand Magic first home loss of the season.
TrueHoop TV: Gaps in NBA Drug TestingNov 9Hard lessons for the NBA from the Lance Armstrong scandal with Henry Abbott and Kevin Arnovitz.
Mint Condition: Back To The HardcourtNov 9Anthony Davis, Harrison Barnes, and Austin Rivers share their thoughts on getting their first trading cards, and Panini's Jason Howarth joins Michele Steele to discuss which players to look out for in the hobby market this season.