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Holiday Tops Lawson in Early Contract Returns

Holiday Tops Lawson in Early Contract Returns

nytimes.com Updated Dec 11, 2012
When Denver signed Ty Lawson to a contract extension, it was thought to be a fair-market barometer for Philadelphia's subsequent re-upping of Jrue Holiday.
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  • Andrew Bynum’s latest, most worrying left knee self-diagnosis: …

    Andrew Bynum’s latest, most worrying left knee self-diagnosis: ‘Cartilage is missing’

    yahoo.com deadspin.com Dec 11, 2012
    Philadelphia 76ers center Andrew Bynum going on record to discuss his health and injury setbacks is nothing new, as he's been doing it for the entirety of his NBA career. Bynum giving himself what appears to be an unreasonable return date - sometime in
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  • Court Grip Difference Maker of the Week: Jrue Holiday Puts Bran…

    Court Grip Difference Maker of the Week: Jrue Holiday Puts Brandon Knight on the Floor With a Crossover

    dimemag.com Dec 11, 2012
    Each week Court Grip will bring you a prime basketball highlight made possible by having an edge — in skills, performance and technology. This week features NBA All-Star in-the-making Jrue Holiday putting the Pistons’ own star guard on his backside wi
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  • Miami Shoots The Nets Off Against Atlanta; The Spurs Beat Linsa…

    Miami Shoots The Nets Off Against Atlanta; The Spurs Beat Linsanity

    dimemag.com Dec 11, 2012
    If you checked out Miami’s 101-92 win against the Hawks last night, then you probably heard this statistic more than once: Atlanta had not allowed a single team to shoot above 50 percent against them all season. Impressive. Fittingly, they went into Sou
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  • Video - Bynum Still Has Knee Pain, Not Close To Return 05:16

    Bynum Still Has Knee Pain, Not Close To Return

    Dec 11
    Skip Bayless and Stephen A. Smith react to Andrew Bynum's comments that he has arthritis in his knees and continuous pain.