More signs Reggie Jackson could be dealt 

January, 26, 2015
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The future of Reggie Jackson with the Oklahoma City Thunder will be up for debate until we get to the Feb. 19 trade deadline as his minutes continue to decrease with the addition of Dion Waiters. Jackson played just 10 minutes on Sunday against Cleveland, while Waiters received 33 minutes and Anthony Morrow 16 minutes.

Why Vaughn started Aaron Gordon 

January, 26, 2015
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The Orlando Magic had a new starting small forward on Sunday as head coach Jacque Vaughn dropped Devyn Marble not for Tobias Harris, but rookie Aaron Gordon. According to the Orlando Sentinel, Vaughn made the move with the idea to improve defense and rebounding.

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More time for Quincy Miller 

January, 26, 2015
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The 10-day contract signed by Quincy Miller will expire on Monday night and according to The Sacramento Bee. the Sacramento Kings are planning to extend a second 10-day deal. This was expected due to how he played during his stint down in the D-League.

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Wolves latest injured player: Hummel 

January, 26, 2015
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Injuries have plagued the Minnesota Timberwolves this season and Sunday they were hit with another loss. During the game against the Atlanta Hawks on Sunday, forward Robbie Hummel broke his right hand (nondisplaced fracture of the fourth metacarpal) and he is expected to be sidelined 4-6 weeks.

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Setback devastated Rodney Hood 

January, 26, 2015
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Rookie Rodney Hood has been available for only 24 games this season due to injuries and once again he's out with another left foot issue. Hood came back too soon and he's sidelined with "a recurrence of inflammation" in his left foot. Hood is planning to take an extended break to rehab the foot and he won't return until after the All-Star Game when the medical staff evaluates the foot.

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Snyder gets to keep Elijah Millsap 

January, 26, 2015
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"We're glad that he's been able to impact the game and be able to help us," Jazz head coach Quin Snyder told The Salt Lake Tribune regarding Elijah Millsap. "I just want to keep seeing guys improve. If it works out where he's with us for the rest of the season, I'd like to see that happen."

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Mavs locked into Jermaine O'Neal? 

January, 26, 2015
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Jermaine O'Neal, selected in the 1996 NBA draft, has said he might play this season, but no decision would be made until sometime in January. Well, there are only a few days remaining in the month and one team is still confident they can land the veteran center. O'Neal currently lives in the Dallas area, which has lead to speculation that he will choose to sign with the Dallas Mavericks and that opinion has not changed, per ESPN.com's Tim MacMahon and Marc Stein.

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How will Cavs add a backup PG? 

January, 25, 2015
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While the Cleveland Cavaliers' recent trade activity has shored up their wing defense and gave them a legitimate center in the paint, they still are looking for an upgrade for their backup point-guard spot.

The trade deadline is only a few weeks away, and they hold a valuable chip in Brendan Haywood's contract that could help them land a reserve at the one.

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Kemba Walker facing knee surgery? 

January, 25, 2015
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Considering how scorching hot Kemba Walker had been over the past month and a half, his fantasy owners likely weren't too worried about the pair of games he recently missed due to a sore knee.

However, after he didn't look himself in the next two games and skipped Saturday's tilt between the Charlotte Hornets and New York Knicks, it may be time to hit the panic button.

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Why has Nicolas Batum been ailing? 

January, 25, 2015
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The 2014-15 campaign has been an abject failure for Nicolas Batum. Coming off of his best season as a pro -- 13.0 PPG, 5.1 APG, 7.5 RPG, 1.8 3-PPG, 46.5 FG% -- Batum's numbers have fallen off the cliff this season: 9.1 PPG, 4.6 APG, 5.2 RPG, 1.2 3-PPG, 38.7 FG%.

It appears that for the past five months, there has been a reason for his diminishing returns.

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Jennings done with torn Achilles? 

January, 25, 2015
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During Brandon Jennings' first five seasons, he proved to be a workhorse. Aside from the 2010-11 campaign, when he missed 19 games, Jennings was absent from just four other contests.

Unfortunately, it appears the lower-leg injury he sustained during Saturday evening's tilt with the Milwaukee Bucks may have put an end to his 2014-15 run.

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Why it's time to bench Johnson, Vasquez 

January, 24, 2015
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The Toronto Raptors have a 4-8 record in their last 12 games and Ryan Wolstat of the Toronto Sun believes head coach Dwane Casey needs to drop two players from the starting group. Those players are forward Amir Johnson and guard Greivis Vasquez.

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Nate Wolters' extended stay with Pelicans 

January, 24, 2015
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UPDATE: The Pelicans officially signed Nate Wolters to a second 10-day contract, per the club website.

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The New Orleans Pelicans had two open roster positions 10 days ago after a trade. The team lacked depth in the backcourt at that time so they signed free agent point guard Nate Wolters. That 10-day contract expires on Friday and according to his agent, the Pelicans are planning to keep his client in the fold for another 10 days.


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Cavs in the market for a PG 

January, 24, 2015
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The Cleveland Cavaliers have an open roster spot and most followers of the team believe they will eventually bring in a point guard via free agency or trade. According to Jason Lloyd of the Akron Beacon-Journal , the Cavs may be looking at point guards currently playing in China.

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Kelly Olynyk's expected extended absence 

January, 24, 2015
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Kelly Olynyk sprained his right ankle during the fourth quarter of Thursday's game in Portland and he left the team on Friday so he could return to Boston for more tests. His head coach thinks the big man could be out for several weeks, according to ESPNBoston.com.

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