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Rondo Replaces Curry, Stackhouse Replaces Johnson in NBA All-Star Activities Schedule

Rondo Replaces Curry, Stackhouse Replaces Johnson in NBA All-Star Activities Schedule
NBA news courtesy NBA Media Central ORLANDO, Feb. 24, 2012 – Boston Celtics guard and 2012 NBA All-Star Rajon Rondo will replace injured Golden State Warriors guard Stephen Curry (strained tendon, right foot) in the Taco Bell Skills Challenge. Atlanta Hawks forward Jerry Stackhouse will replace injured teammate Joe Johnson (left knee tendinitis) in Haier Shooting... Read more »

Bulls vs Hawks Game Recap: Rose Returns, Bulls Roll 90-79

Bulls vs Hawks Game Recap: Rose Returns, Bulls Roll 90-79
Derrick Rose had 23 points, six assists and five rebounds in his first game back from injury, and the Chicago Bulls rolled to a 90-79 victory over the Atlanta Hawks in a President’s Day matinee at the United Center. Rose, who had missed the Bulls’ previous five games with back spasms, showed very little rust.... Read more »

NBA Names Reserves for All-Star Game

NBA Names Reserves for All-Star Game
Press Release: NEW YORK, Feb. 9, 2012 – Perennial All-Stars Paul Pierce (Boston Celtics) and Dirk Nowitzki (Dallas Mavericks) have been chosen as All-Stars for the 10th and 11th time, respectively, and headline the list of 14 players that have been selected by the coaches as reserves for the 2012 NBA All-Star Game, the NBA... Read more »
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