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Spurs drop Cavs to 2nd in East, Westbrook's Thunder roar back

Spurs drop Cavs to 2nd in East, Westbrook's Thunder roar back

James said the standings "always matter", but playing more consistently is far more important and he refused to blame injuries or an arduous schedule for the team's troubles. Cleveland has been out of sync recently, losing three of five, and those struggles only got worse against San Antonio. Fortunately for Cavs fans and National Basketball Association pencil pushers it looks like LeBron is going to be just fine.


The shocking Atlanta Hawks lineup that routed the Cleveland Cavaliers

The shocking Atlanta Hawks lineup that routed the Cleveland Cavaliers

However, the Hawks, who also sat Paul Millsap , Kent Bazemore and Dennis Schroder , weren't celebrating. "You expect for us to want to get better and we were doing that and we took a couple steps back tonight", James said. Millsap (swollen left knee) and Bazemore (bone bruise) have both been battling injuries and they aren't ready to play in back-to-back games. Hawks: The decision to sit Howard wasn't announced until 40 minutes before tip-off.


Jerry West wants National Basketball Association to change its logo

Jerry West wants National Basketball Association to change its logo

There were five people they were gonna consider. And then obviously, the New York Times had a big article about it. "Again it's flattering, but I think if I were the National Basketball Association, I would be embarrassed about it, I really would", continued the Hall of Famer.



Russian Federation at United Nations warns U.S. over possible military action in Syria

On Thursday night, the United States launched over 50 Tomahawk cruise missiles at the military airfield in Ash Sha'irat, located about 40 kilometers (25 miles) from the city of Homs. When Obama intervened in Libya in 2011, he used a U.N. Security Council mandate and NATO's overall leadership of the mission to argue that he had legal authority - arguments that many Republicans opposed.


Tony Romo Has a Message for Fans

Tony Romo Has a Message for Fans

Remember when the Broncos signed Peyton Manning in 2012, just after he'd missed a season and had his neck rebuilt? Tony Romo adjusts his chin strap during a game against the Kansas City Chiefs in 2009. So where will Romo land? Romo threw all of four passes this past year during the team's Week 17 game against the Philadelphia Eagles, one of which went for a touchdown.