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  1. ATLANTA -- LA Clippers owner Steve Ballmer is steadfast: his team needs a home of its own, no matter how daunting the process might seem.
  2. TORONTO -- From fellow athletes to star entertainers, DeMar DeRozan has seen plenty of celebrities soaking up an extended round of appreciative applause from fans.
  3. No team in the NBA has beaten the Milwaukee Bucks twice this season. In a few months, some lucky team will be tasked with doing it four times.
  4. MILWAUKEE -- As a game, this one never did launch, with the Boston Celtics and the Milwaukee Bucks slogging through 48 minutes of attrition. It was an ugly contest played by two rusty teams, the absence of rhythm from a weeklong All-Star break masquerading as pesky defense -- yeah, that's it, defense -- rather than off-kilter shooting.
  5. The NBA and its players are continuing to move forward on plans to eliminate the "one-and-done" rule in college basketball, something that the sides have been working toward for months.
  6. When Pelicans finished practice on Thursday, Anthony Davis went into coach Alvin Gentry's office, followed later by interim general manager Danny Ferry.
  7. Newly acquired Milwaukee Bucks forward Nikola Mirotic, nursing a calf injury, seems poised to make his Milwaukee debut tonight against the Boston Celtics. Officially, Mirotic is listed as probable on the Bucks' pregame injury report.
  8. With the stretch run about to hit following the All-Star break, the Miami Heat are gaining two crucial reinforcements: per multiple reports, Goran Dragic and Derrick Jones Jr. are on their way back to the rotation, though likely under a minutes restriction.
  9. Imagine changing teams and building hope in the new city, then sitting out 17 games because of injury, then getting caught in the vortex of the Anthony Davis soap opera, then missing out on Davis ��� and then missing out on the playoffs.
  10. Chet Walker always seemed to find himself in a behind-the-scenes role. As the "other guy" on an NBA champion Philadelphia 76ers team that starred Wilt Chamberlain and Hal Greer, Walker rarely, if ever, received top billing. But whether he was battling an opposing forward one-on-one or going head-to-head with show-business types, Walker more often than not came out on top

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