Saving the Skyhook
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Despite trailing by 11 after the 1st quarter, the Indiana Pacers defeated the Miami Heat last night to momentarily stake their claim as the East's best team.
The Washington Post
Closing time is not Wizardsa forte
"Teams like Milwaukee are going to come into your house and punk you on your own court? I just didn't anticipate that," said Marcin Gortat, in response to the Wizards blowing two winnable games at home to fall two games under .500.
Right Down Euclid
Eastern Conference Power Rankings: Week 6
Dec 8, 2013; New York, NY, USA; Boston Celtics shooting guard Jordan Crawford dribbles by New York Knicks power forward Amar Throughout the 2013-14 NBA season, co-editors Zak Kolesar and Chris Manning will be ranking the 15 Eastern Conference teams on a week-by-week basis every Monday.
The Washington Post
Dumped by D.C., Crawford gets honored in Boston
The Wizards though so little of Jordan Crawford that they traded him to Boston last February for two veterans who contributed a total of four points, eight rebounds, four blocks, two assists and 11 personal fouls in six games.
Jordan Crawford thriving in new Celtics role
When the shooting guard played for Washington last year at this time, in fact, that very thought crossed his mind more than once.
Are Jared Sullinger 3-pointers a good thing for Boston Celtics? Grantland's Zach Lowe thinks so
If you've watched a lot of the Boston Celtics this season, you've seen Jared Sullinger launch more than a few 3-pointers.
Wow! For the first time in John Walls career as a pro with the...
John Im happy for you hopefully this is the start of better days to come. After living through all of Ernies failed attempts to build a winning team.
The Boston Celtics are starting to impress
These Boston Celtics aren't supposed to have as many wins as the Brooklyn Nets and New York Knicks combined, yet here they are plugging away, somehow managing wins out of what really is an inept roster.
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John Wall scored 26 points and added 12 assists with just three turnovers in leading the Washington Wizards past the Southeast Division-rival Atlanta Hawks, 108-101, on Saturday.