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Lakers center Tarik Black questionable for Sunday with ankle sprain
by Brandon Wise |

Lakers center Tarik Black is listed as questionable for Sunday's game against the Knicks with an ankle sprain, the team announced.

Black, who is averaging 4.9 points and 5.1 rebounds per game, has missed the Lakers last two games because of the injury.

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Ducks' Andersen Confirmed As Friday Starter
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Andersen will be in the net for Friday's game against the Blackhawks, Eric Stephens of the Orange County Register reports.
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Jets Recall Galiardi
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Galiardi was recalled from AHL St. John's on Friday.Galiardi was assigned to St. John's for only a matter of hours. Fourth-liner Matt Halischuk evidently acquired some sort of injury during Thursday's game against the Flyers and was placed on IR, opening up a roster spot. Look for Galiardi to play at least the next three games, as Halischuk won't be eligible to return until the following Friday.
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Jets Place Halischuk On IR
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Halischuk was placed on injured reserve with an undisclosed injury.Halischuk more than likely got banged up in Thursday's loss to the Flyers. As a result of his placement on IR, he'll have to sit out the three games. T.J. Galiardi was recalled from AHL St. John's and will fill his spot on the Jets' fourth line.
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Former Bears LB Urlacher talks about dislike for former GM Emery
by Michael Hurcomb |

Former Bears linebacker Brian Urlacher has not hid his dislike for former Bears general manager Phil Emery. Urlacher did not appreciate how Emery handled his contract negotiation following the 2012 season.

While Urlacher has dropped hints to varying degrees about the failed negotiations, he finally opened up Friday about the topic in an interview on WSCR-AM.

"I just didn’t get along -- I didn’t like the way he handled my situation or other situations around there with players," Urlacher said of Emery, who was fired in December. "I didn’t like the way he acted sometimes. I just didn’t feel comfortable being in the building when he was around.

"I’m a huge fan of the McCaskeys. I’ve always said that, never quit saying that. I’m going to keep saying it. But there was one guy that I had a problem with, and he happened to be the guy that was everyone’s boss."

Urlacher, who spent his entire 13-year career with the Bears, went on to further explain how he hoped the contract negotiations went down and where he feels Emery came up short.

"If he came to me and said, ‘Hey man, look, we don’t think you’re the same.’ Which, I wasn’t the same player. After my knee got hurt, I was a little bit slower and older. I agree. But I still wanted to play. I feel like I could have still played. With another year of rehab on my knee, I probably could have played one or two more years," he said, per the Chicago Tribune.

"If he had said, ‘Hey man, you’re not the same player. You know that. We know that. But we still want you here. You’re a good leader. Blah, blah, blah. You’re a team guy, this, that. But we can’t pay you more than this. But we want you here. Can you do it?’

"Hell yeah, I can do it. If you handle it like that, 100 percent I can do it, you know? But the way it was handled -- 'This is the offer, take it over leave it. You have til tonight to decide. If you don’t want it, we’ll get somebody else. And then we’re going to tweet it out right when you say no.' It’s over with now. I’m happy I’m retired."

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