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Longtime Jazz announcer Hundley passes away

Longtime Jazz announcer Rod Hundley died Friday at the ago of 80.

Durant to have bone graft surgery, won't return this season

Oklahoma City Thunder star Kevin Durant won't return this season because of a foot injury and will instead undergo a bone graft procedure that will keep him sidelined for up to six months.

Wizards sign Will Bynum to 10-day contract

The Washington Wizards signed veteran guard Will Bynum to a 10-day contract on Friday.

Nothin' but Net: Calipari and NBA may not work ... yet

You've heard a lot and read a lot about the University of Kentucky this season. The Wildcats could go obliterate the field and win a national championship with an undefeated season.

Nets sign Clark to 10-day contract

The Brooklyn Nets have signed forward Earl Clark to a 10-day contract.

Jazz sign Cooley, Johnson to multiyear deals

The Utah Jazz signed forwards Jack Cooley and Chris Johnson to multi-year contracts on Thursday.

Rockets' Beverley may have torn wrist ligament

On the day the Houston Rockets are getting Dwight Howard back in the lineup, the team received some concerning news about another of its starting players.

Rockets' Howard ready to return

For the first time in two months, the Houston Rockets will have Dwight Howard in the lineup when the Western Conference contenders visit the New Orleans Pelicans Wednesday night.

Hawks sign Daye to second 10-day contract

The Atlanta Hawks have signed forward Austin Daye to a second 10-day contract.

Hornets, Clippers will play 2 preseason games in China

The Charlotte Hornets will play the Los Angeles Clippers in two preseason games in China in October, the NBA announced Wednesday.

NASCAR News
Extra Points: Snyder and the Beltway radio wars

If contradiction was an Olympic sport, Chip Kelly would certainly be medal-worthy judging by his performance at the NFL's owners meeting but the Eagles coach might have to settle for silver because Daniel Snyder's critics will take the gold every time.

Dodgers' League out indefinitely with shoulder issue

Los Angeles Dodgers reliever Brandon League is expected to miss at least the first two months of the upcoming 2015 season due to inflammation in his right shoulder.

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