Why Brown moved Nerlens Noel to PF 

March, 30, 2015
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Nerlens Noel has been the starting center for a while now and during the month of March he is averaging 14.0 points, 10.1 rebounds, 1.6 assists, 2.1 blocks and 2.5 steals. That is a quality stat line for Noel and while most head coaches would not do anything to possibly disrupt him, that is not the case for Brett Brown. The Sixers had just nine games left in the season before they played on Sunday and Brown deiced it was time to move Noel to power forward as he started Furkan Aldemir at center.

Time for Jeff Taylor to shine 

March, 30, 2015
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Michael Kidd-Gilchrist missed Saturday's game against Atlanta due to a left ankle sprain and he is expected to miss at least another week, with just over two weeks reaming in the regular season. The Charlotte Hornets are in the hunt for the last playoff position in the East and losing Kidd-Gilchrist for any amount of time is a major loss. With Kidd-Gilchrist sidelined, head coach Steve Clifford has decided to start Jeff Taylor at small forward.

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Nats not looking to deal 

March, 30, 2015
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The Washington Nationals are limping toward Opening Day with injuries to several key regulars, but don’t expect general manager Mike Rizzo to make any notable moves this week.

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More time for Ricky Ledo 

March, 30, 2015
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The 10-day contract signed by Ricky Ledo expired on Saturday and Sunday the New York Knicks gave him a second 10-day deal.

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Why Jared Allen struggled in 2014 

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Jared Allen turns 34 this week and is coming off of a lackluster 2014 campaign. For the first time in seven years, he missed a game -- Week 4 due to pneumonia, which impacted him for a couple of months after he returned. He also dealt with a back

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Hudson signed; Robinson could return 

March, 30, 2015
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Nate Robinson's bruised left knee still needs more time to heal, so his time with the Clippers is over at this time as the team decided to sign Lester Hudson to a 10-day contract on Sunday, according to ESPNLosAngeles.com. Hudson just returned from China after playing with Liaoning this season. He averaged 31.2 points, 7.7 rebounds and 6.9 assists in 50 appearances.

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Interest in Chacin 

March, 30, 2015
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The Colorado Rockies last week parted ways with veteran righthander Jhoulys Chacin, who hopes to catch on with a new team before Opening Day.

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Nick Young needs more time 

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UPDATE: According to the Los Angeles Times, Young still needs at least another week for the left fractured knee cap to heal. Young has now missed 17 games and with just over two weeks remaining on the 2014-15 regular season schedule, he probably won't return before it ends. -------------------- Nick Young has been dealing with a sore left knee since Feb. 22 and Wednesday the Los Angeles Lakers revealed he has a small fracture to the knee cap. The plan is to have him meet with a doctor weekly to have the knee checked out to see how much it is healing. A return to the court for some part of the final four weeks of the season is uncertain.

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Wolves back down to 15 

March, 30, 2015
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The Minnesota Timberwolves have been ravaged by injuries this season and it was bad enough recently that the NBA allowed the team to add a 16th player so they could field a minimum roster for games. That player was Sean Kilpatrick, who signed a 10-day contract on Mar. 19. The Wolves had Anthony Bennett (sprained right ankle) and Robbie Hummel (fractured right hand) available for game action on Sunday, so Kilpatrick's time with the club has come to an end. The Wolves are now back down to the 15-man roster.

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Boxberger the closer in Tampa? 

March, 30, 2015
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Expect Brad Boxberger to get a “significant share” of the opportunities at closer while Jake McGee continues to recover from left elbow surgery, reports Marc Topkin of the Tampa Bay Times.

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Updating Patrick Beverley’s status 

March, 30, 2015
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The Houston Rockets are waiting for Patrick Beverley's evaluation to determine if he needs surgery now to repair his left wrist. That decision should come soon, according to ESPN.com's Marc Stein.

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Craig's time in Boston running out? 

March, 29, 2015
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Is the clock ticking on Allen Craig's time with the Boston Red Sox? With very little wiggle room on the team's 25-man roster, a change of scenery in the next week might be in the cards for Craig.

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The high-level stats that we've seen from Reggie Jackson during his past six games -- 21.2 PPG, 11.8 APG -- should have Detroit Pistons fans salivating about his potential future with the team. Of course, his future with the Pistons is uncertain, because he will be a restricted free agent during the summer. The Pistons will have the right to match any offer made to him by another team, but it could cost them a chunk of change to do so. Will he be back with the Pistons next season

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What to expect from Latimer in 2015 

March, 29, 2015
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When the Denver Broncos used a second-round pick to take Cody Latimer in last year's draft, he quickly popped onto the fantasy-football radar. Unfortunately, the promise of catching passes from Peyton Manning in the high-octane Broncos offense never came to fruition. In fact, he barely set foot on the field as a rookie, catching just two passes on four targets. However, with Wes Welker out of the picture this season, Latimer figures to be the Broncos No. 3 wide receiver and a genuine breakout candidate in

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Surprise OF demotion for Twins 

March, 29, 2015
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Aaron Hicks started 53 games in center field for the Minnesota Twins in 2014, and the belief was that the 25-year-old would once again anchor the team's outfield this coming season. However, manager Paul Molitor has decided that Hicks would be best served by a trip to Triple-A.

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