Stoudemire not following Nash, Marion 

March, 26, 2015
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Steve Nash has already retired and Shawn Marion will do the same after the Cleveland Cavaliers 2014-15 NBA season has concluded. Amar'e Stoudemire played with both of them and he has no plans to follow his former Phoenix Suns teammates out the door.

Ebron ready to breakout in 2015? 

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When the Detroit Lions selected North Carolina's Eric Ebron with the No. 10 overall pick in last year's NFL draft, it was the highest a tight end had been selected since Vernon Davis was selected No. 6 overall by San Francisco in 2006. Needless to say, the expectations were lofty for the 6-foot-4 pass-catcher from the first day he arrived in Lions' camp. After a 25-catch rookie season that resulted in just one trip to the end zone, are the Lions still optimistic about Ebron's upside? Or did they reach with their first pick in 2014? Here's the latest on that.

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Tribe's trio of veterans to Triple-A? 

March, 26, 2015
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You can never have too much pitching, especially in this era where Tommy John surgeries seemingly lurk around every dark corner. That's why the Cleveland Indians are hoping to hold on to a excess of experienced hurlers, just in case.

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Wesley Johnson's final weeks with Lakers? 

March, 26, 2015
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Wesley Johnson is in the latter portion of his second season with the Los Angeles Lakers and 2014-15 has been as inconsistent as 2013-14. With that said, he is hoping to re-sign with the Lakers in the summer.

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Diamondbacks ready to rely on Reed 

March, 26, 2015
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Addison Reed of the Arizona Diamondbacks did not take the mound at all this spring until Tuesday, when he threw one inning in a B-game. However, the closer remains confident he'll be on the mound the first time his team needs him to close out a save in April.

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Will Sergio Llull finally join Rockets? 

March, 26, 2015
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UPDATE: HoopsHype.com has translated a report out of Spain claiming the Rockets are planning to offer Sergio Llull a three-year, $17 million contract in hope that is good enough for him to join the team next season. -------------------- The Houston Rockets own the rights to Spanish guard Sergio Llull, the No. 34 selection in the 2009 NBA draft, and there is a chance he will finally come over to the NBA next season, according to ESPN.com's Marc Stein.

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Why Clifford is not on the hot seat 

March, 26, 2015
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The Charlotte Hornets are probably going to end up missing the 2015 playoffs and some fans may be wondering if the team will fire head coach Steve Clifford. That would be a bad move, according to Rick Bonnell of The Charlotte Observer.

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Giants not looking for deals? 

March, 26, 2015
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The San Francisco Giants have never gone into a panic mode, even as they've seen two-thirds of their starting outfield get hurt this spring. Now that Angel Pagan is working his way back into game shape, that calmness certainly isn't going to go away.

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Red Sox still seeking OF answers 

March, 26, 2015
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The outfield situation for the Boston Red Sox has been a crowded one for several months now, but the time is fast approacing when a final decision on who is in and who is out needs to be made.

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Forsythe becomes key to Rays 

March, 26, 2015
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The Tampa Bay Rays seemed set at second base with a planned platoon of Nick Franklin and Logan Forsythe handling duties at the position, but injury has derailed that from taking place.

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When Hassan Whiteside might return 

March, 26, 2015
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The Miami Heat were without starting center Hassan Whiteside for Wednesday's game against the Boston Celtics after he suffered a hand injury during Tuesday's game against the Milwaukee Bucks. Whiteside has a good size cut on his right hand (between the middle and ring fingers) and he needed 10 stitches to close it. As of Wednesday, Whiteside said he was going to try something to see if it would allow him to return soon.

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Alexey Shved's time with Knicks over? 

March, 26, 2015
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Alexey Shved suffered a rib fracture on Sunday in the game against the Toronto Raptors and it's bad enough that the New York Knicks are planning to let him rest two to three weeks before they are going to re-evaluate him, reports ESPNNewYork.com. That timeline means he likely won't play again this season since there is only three weeks remaining on the 2014-15 regular season schedule.

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Updating Ryan Anderson's status 

March, 26, 2015
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The New Orleans Pelicans have been without backup forward Ryan Anderson since Feb. 23 due to his sprained right MCL and Wednesday he gave an update on the status of his injury.

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No rush for Gordon Hayward to return 

March, 26, 2015
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The Utah Jazz have been without starting small forward Gordon Hayward for the last two games due to what the team is listing as a Grade 1 AC sprain to his left shoulder. The Jazz don't have a timeline for his return and are likely to hold him out until the injury has completely healed.

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Glenn Robinson III's future with Sixers 

March, 26, 2015
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The Philadelphia 76ers claimed Glenn Robinson III, the No. 40 selection in the 2014 NBA draft, off waivers after the Minnesota Timberwolves released him on Mar. 5. The Sixers did this as a way to gain more distance from the minimum team salary floor and to evaluate a young player over the final six weeks of the NBA regular season. Robinson III only signed a one-year contract, so he's set to become a free agent on July 1. Robinson III says he would like to re-sign with the Sixers.

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