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Lakers' Kobe Bryant to meet with doctor on Monday
by Chris Cwik |

Lakers guard Kobe Bryant will meet with a doctor on Monday, according to ESPN.

Bryant will meet with Dr. Neal ElAttrache in order to discuss the severity of the injury. Bryant has already been diagnosed with a torn rotator cuff, and this meeting will give Bryant a second opinion. If ElAttrache confirms the initial diagnosis, the team could announce Bryant's season-ending surgery soon after the meeting. 

Bryant averaged 22.3 points, 5.7 rebounds and 5.6 assists in 35 games.

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Report: Mavericks confident they'll sign Jermaine O'Neal
by Chris Cwik |

The Mavericks are confident they'll sign Jermaine O'Neal, according to ESPN.

The 36-year-old O'Neal is planning a comeback, and is hoping to sign with a club around the All-Star break. O'Neal has told teams he doesn't want to sign until he's back in game shape. He spent the early part of the year with family, but started working out soon after. O'Neal spent last season with Golden State. He averaged 7.9 points and 5.5 rebounds in 44 games. 

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Lakers' Tarik Black able to return late on Sunday
by Chris Cwik |

Lakers center Tarik Black was able to return to action late on Sunday.

Black is dealing with an ankle issue, but was active for the contest. He managed to log seven minutes, scoring three points. Black also logged five rebounds. It's unclear if Black will need to be eased back into action as he comes back from the injury.

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Lakers' Nick Young plays just eight minutes on Sunday
by Chris Cwik |

Lakers guard Nick Young played just eight minutes on Sunday against the Rockets.

Young was benched because he looked like he "didn't want to be" there, according to coach Byron Scott. Young missed both of his shots from the field. He did manage to add three rebounds before leaving the contest. 

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White Sox OF Avisail Garcia dropped weight during offseason
by Chris Cwik |

White Sox outfielder Avisail Garcia dropped roughly 15 pounds during the offseason, according to

"I've been eating healthy, working real hard at the gym, Garcia said. "I have to be ready for spring training. I can't go there and be fat." With the weight loss, Garcia is hoping to keep his power potential. "I don't want to lose speed, I don't want to lose power," Garcia said. "I want to be in the middle. I know I can do a little bit of everything, so that's why I've been working really hard on speed, power, hitting and defense, so I can help my team win."

Garcia hit .244/.305/.413 over 172 at-bats last year.

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