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Knicks say forward Toppin to miss 2-3 weeks
Knicks forward Obi Toppin suffered a non-displaced fracture to his right tibia head and will be re-evaluated in two to three weeks, the team announced.[read more]

Hawks' Murray expected to miss about 2 weeks
Hawks guard Dejounte Murray is expected to miss about two weeks because of a sprained left ankle.[read more]

Jazz PG Conley cleared after missing 9 games
Jazz point guard Mike Conley Jr. has been cleared to return for Friday night's game against the Timberwolves after missing nine games because of a strained muscle near his left knee.[read more]

Sources: NBA, players to push back CBA decision
The NBA and its players' union have agreed in principle to extend the Dec. 15 deadline that each side has to give notice of plans to opt out of the CBA, sources told ESPN.[read more]

Warriors' Lamb named in relation to Title IX suit
Warriors two-way forward Anthony Lamb has been named in a Title IX lawsuit filed against the University of Vermont. Lamb is not a defendant but is alleged to have raped one of the plaintiffs.[read more]

Wall in line to make first Clips start vs. Wizards
John Wall is in line to make his first start for the Clippers on Saturday when LA travels to Washington for Wall's first game in front of Wizards fans since 2018 when he was still on the team.[read more]

They said it! Steph Curry, Kevin Durant lead NBA quotes of the week
Steph Curry nearly does the impossible, Draymond Green casts a vote in the GOAT debate, Trae Young takes a bow and Kevin Durant relays Kobe Bryant's advice.[read more]

Celtics tweaked, traded their way to what so far has been the best offense in NBA history
An offense that sputtered in the NBA Finals has morphed into a juggernaut that's overpowering the rest of the league.[read more]

Fantasy 30: Anthony Edwards, Julius Randle and other NBA notes
All the latest fantasy basketball news, injury updates and trade rumors from around the NBA, including the recent hot stretch by Minnesota's Anthony Edwards and New York's Julius Randle.[read more]

The high-flying Pelicans are winning games with defense
New Orleans has the best record in the West, and Zion & Co. are surprising the league by shutting opponents down.[read more]