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Bulls' Porter (foot) to miss at least another month
Bulls swingman Otto Porter Jr. will be reevaluated in four weeks after a foot and ankle specialist confirmed a small fracture in his left foot, the team announced Tuesday.[read more]

Morant lifts Grizz in return as confidence pays off
Grizzlies star rookie guard Ja Morant, after missing four games because of back spasms, scored 26 points in a win over the Warriors. "They want to give me the shot, I'm going to take it," he said. "It showed tonight."[read more]

Rose hits last-second winner: 'I'm born to do this'
Derrick Rose wasn't shying away from the type of confidence needed to drain the winning jumper with 0.3 seconds left in New Orleans to give the Pistons their fourth win in five games.[read more]

PG teases tale of Indy exit: 'Not the one to boo'
After getting booed each time he touched the ball Monday in Indiana, Clippers star and ex-Pacer Paul George said he enjoys playing the villain but added cryptically, "I'm not the one to boo. ... The people they should boo is here a lot longer than I am."[read more]

G League team suspends Josh Jackson 1 game
Josh Jackson was suspended one game for a violation of team rules by the G League's Memphis Hustle.[read more]

Rockets' protest of Harden missed dunk denied
The NBA has denied the Rockets' protest after officials misapplied the rules following James Harden's missed dunk in a loss to the Spurs.[read more]

LaMelo Ball to miss four weeks in Australian league
LaMelo Ball suffered a bruised foot in practice last week and will miss about a month, sources say.[read more]

The decade-old sneaker NBA players can't stop wearing
Kobe Bryant retired three years ago, but he's still omnipresent on the feet of players on every team.[read more]

Which player had the best sneakers in the NBA during Week 7?
Langston Galloway, Blake Griffin, PJ Tucker and Russell Westbrook highlight sneakers in the first week of December.[read more]

Lowe: James Harden vs. double-teams -- who's winning?
Opponents are trapping James Harden to slow down the game's greatest scorer. Is it working?[read more]