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Sources: Spurs, others also interested in Oden

Sources: Spurs, others also interested in Oden

ESPN.com Updated Jan 30, 2013
San Antonio Spurs, New Orleans Hornets, Charlotte Bobcats, Indiana Pacers and Dallas Mavericks have been monitoring the rehab of Greg Oden and are in the running for his services, according to sources.
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  • Jazz's Hayward (shoulder) to miss second straight game

    Jazz's Hayward (shoulder) to miss second straight game

    nba.com Jan 30, 2013
    Utah Jazz guard Gordon Hayward will miss his second straight game Wednesday night against the New Orleans Hornets with a sprained right shoulder.
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  • The Lakers Aren't Dead Yet, Even If Some Of Their Fans Are

    The Lakers Aren't Dead Yet, Even If Some Of Their Fans Are

    deadspin.com Jan 30, 2013
    The Lakers improved their record to 20-25 and avoided what would have been a soul-crushing loss when they held off a late New Orleans surge to beat the Hornets 111-106. It should never have been that close, and L.A. needed some generous officiating in t…
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  • A Whole New Nash: Steve Nash returns to Phoenix tonight for the…

    A Whole New Nash: Steve Nash returns to Phoenix tonight for the fir…

    CNNSI.com Jan 30, 2013
    Steve Nash returns to Phoenix tonight for the first time as a Laker. Despite a tense rivalry, Nash should expect a warm welcome -- if fans can even recognize him, says Lee Jenkins.
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  • Lakers hold on despite late surge from Hornets

    Lakers hold on despite late surge from Hornets

    ESPN.com Jan 30, 2013
    Dwight Howard scored 24 points, Kobe Bryant had 14 points and 11 assists in another pass-first performance, and the Los Angeles Lakers hung on to beat the New Orleans Hornets 111-106 on Tuesday night.
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  • Video - Jazz Hold Off Hornets 00:57

    Jazz Hold Off Hornets

    Jan 30
    Paul Millsap and Al Jefferson combine for 47 points in 104-99 win over Hornets.