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Reports: Golden State Warriors' Kevin Durant (sprained ankle), Draymond Green (rest) out for Friday's game

Two nights after playing 32 minutes and scoring 21 points in a 108-91 loss to the Oklahoma City Thunder, Kevin Durant will sit out Friday night's game against the Chicago Bulls (10:30 ET on NBA TV) with a sprained left ankle.

Al Horford Says Celtics Must ‘Play Harder’ on Offense

Boston's offense ranks 20th in the NBA. The post Al Horford Says Celtics Must ‘Play Harder’ on Offense appeared first on SLAMonline.

NBA Rookie Power Rankings: Lonzo's roller coaster vs. Simmons' bullet train to stardom

Ball and Simmons are having very different rookie seasons, but they could lead to the same place

Fantasy Football Week 12: What you missed Thursday, as the Cowboys' offense flopped again

Is it time to panic about the Cowboys offense? Chris Towers takes a look at everything that happened on Thursday.

MLB Hot Stove: Mariners plan on 'bringing the A game' to recruit Shohei Ohtani

Several prominent Japanese-born Mariners and ex-Mariners have said they will help as well

Trump says 'players are the boss' in latest NFL tweets after Thanksgiving games

Trump also mocked Roger Goodell's 'hemorrhaging league' while retweeting a quote on poor ratings

Brett Brown Not Playing Jahlil Okafor in Garbage Time ‘Out of Respect’

Jah can't get on the court. The post Brett Brown Not Playing Jahlil Okafor in Garbage Time ‘Out of Respect’ appeared first on SLAMonline.

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Week 13 college football picks, games, odds: Alabama on upset alert in Iron Bowl

Alabama should be vigilant against an inspired Auburn team with playoff hopes on the line

College football odds and picks, Week 13: Advanced model loving South Carolina, Georgia

SportsLine's computer model simulated every Week 13 game 10,000 times with surprising results

Rick Pitino’s Son Follows in His Footsteps, but Only So Far

In his fifth year as Minnesota’s coach, Richard Pitino is dealing with his father’s legacy while forging his own style.

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