Will Nene start on Sunday? 

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After missing six weeks due to a sprained knee ligament, Nene Hilario was eased back into game action by coach Randy Wittman. He skipped the second game of a back-to-back set and came off of the bench in the four games he played as the Washington Wizards wound down their regular season. In those games, Nene didn't top 24 minutes.

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Now that Joe Dumars has stepped down as Detroit Pistons president, the team's search for a new front-office leader is underway. Per Jeff Zillgitt and Sam Amick of USAToday.com, Jed Hughes, a representative of national search firm Korn Ferry, has been retained by the team to run the search. That's the same firm that helped lure GM Masai Ujiri to the Toronto Raptors last offseason.

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Timeline for new Bucks arena 

April, 20, 2014
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Marc Lasry and Wesley Edens, who recently bought the Milwaukee Bucks from former owner Herb Kohl, say they are devoted to getting a new arena built as quickly as possible.

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Dwyane Wade skipped 12 of the Miami Heat's final 17 regular-season games to rest his Achilles, hamstring and knee ailments. Even when he was on the court, he was limited to no more than 23 minutes during the final three contests.

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Carmelo Anthony and the Bulls 

April, 19, 2014
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Many NBA pundits are listing the Chicago Bulls as a possible destination for Carmelo Anthony as the forward is expected to exercise his ETO (Early Termination Option) and become part of the 2014 class of free agents. Chicago's chances to offer Anthony a better contract improved on Friday with word from salary cap expert Larry Coon that projected cap and tax thresholds are higher.

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Jazz refute Tyrone Corbin report 

April, 19, 2014
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There was a report from NY Daily News writer Mitch Lawrence on Friday claiming Tyrone Corbin is out as head coach of the Utah Jazz. Later in the day the Jazz refuted Lawrence's tweet.

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Latest with Mike Woodson 

April, 19, 2014
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Most observers of the New York Knicks are expecting president Phil Jackson to fire Mike Woodson, but as of Friday the head coach still had his job. According to Chris Broussard and Marc Stein, Woodson's fate likely won't be announced until sometime next week.

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Tyreke Evans to start next season? 

April, 19, 2014
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Tyreke Evans was brought in to be the sixth-man, but a season-ending injury to Eric Gordon prompted head coach Monty Williams to change the lineup for the last part of 2013-14. Evans played really well as the starter and some are wondering if he should have that spot when training camp begins in the fall. Pelicans general manager Dell Demps was asked about that topic when he spoke to The Times-Picayune.

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Grizzlies without Nick Calathes 

April, 19, 2014
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The Memphis Grizzlies won't have Nick Calathes available for the next 20 games as the NBA has suspended him violating the league's anti-drug policy. The suspension begins with Game 1 of the 2014 playoffs.

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The Sacramento Kings have made it no secret that they'd like to re-sign Isaiah Thomas and keep him for the foreseeable future, and that appears to be fine by Thomas -- a restricted free agent this summer.

“I would love to stay,” Thomas said in Friday's Sacramento Bee. “I don’t like change of scenery. I don’t like change, so I would love to stay. I’ve been here for three years and it would be great to be here for awhile. But you never know what will happen.”

It's that last part that has to be concerning for the Kings, because there are at least two teams that could go after Thomas with a big offer sheet.

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Kings willing to pay to keep Gay? 

April, 18, 2014
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According to a report Friday, the Sacramento Kings hope to bring back Rudy Gay for next season.

The 27-year-old Gay averaged 20.1 points in 55 games with the Kings this season and posted a career-high 18.40 PER in the process, but he can become an unrestricted free agent if he opts out of his contract that is due to pay him $19.3 million next season.

According to Jason Jones of The Sacramento Bee, though, the Kings will try to keep him even if Gay opts out.

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Where James Young is drafted 

April, 18, 2014
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Kentucky lost a freshman to the NBA on Thursday as athletic swingman James Young made his jump to the league official.

The Wildcats are still awaiting decisions from projected lottery pick Julius Randle as well as twins Aaron Harrison and Andrew Harrison, Dakari Johnson and Alex Poythress, while Willie Cauley-Stein has already announced his decision to return to UK for a third season.

So where can we expect to hear Young's name called on draft day this June? Here's the latest.

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Bigger year for Rondo in 2014-15? 

April, 18, 2014
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Rajon Rondo averaged 11.7 points, 9.8 assists and 5.5 rebounds in the 30 games this season after returning from ACL surgery, showing much of the same skills that he did prior to the devastating knee injury.

With the 28-year-old point guard now ready for a full offseason rest and rehab, both Danny Ainge and Brad Stevens envision a big season for Rondo in 2014-15.

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Chemistry the culprit in Detroit? 

April, 18, 2014
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To say that the Detroit Pistons underachieved this season would be a massive understatement.

The offseason additions of Josh Smith and Brandon Jennings were supposed to make the Pistons one of the most exciting teams in the league, but things started rocky and never improved as the team struggled through a miserable 29-53 season.

Was chemistry the culprit in this downright disappointing campaign?

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Nash's role for next season 

April, 18, 2014
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If Steve Nash ends up taking the court next season, he understands that his role could be more limited.

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