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Marvin Williams out for final game
by Chris Towers |

Jazz forward Marvin Williams will miss his fourth straight game to finish the season Wednesday, as he continues to deal with a  bone bruise in his left knee.

Williams finishes the season averaging 9.1 points, 5.1 rebounds and 1.2 assists per game in 66 appearances. He is an unrestricted free agent this offseason. 

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Jose Valverde surrenders two runs in nonsave situation
by R.J. White |

Mets pitcher Jose Valverde pitched the ninth inning in a nonsave situation Wednesday and gave up two earned runs on three hits while striking out one and surrendering two solo home runs in his team's 5-2 win over the Diamondbacks.

After opening the season with five scoreless appearances, Valverde has allowed five earned runs and three home runs over two innings in his last two games. He'll have to turn things around quickly if he wants to remain the team's preferred option in save situations.

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Joeckel Expected to Head to TCU
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Joeckel is expected to transfer to TCU, the Fort Worth Star-Telegram reports.Nothing is official yet, but it appears that Joeckel is more likely to go to TCU than any other school. He'd have a good chance to start for the Horned Frogs, as the school lacks proven options at the position.
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Jeremy Lin, Omer Asik among resting Rockets
by Chris Towers |

The Rockets will be shorthanded for the season finale Wednesday against the Pelicans, in preparation for the start of the postseason. James Harden and Chandler Parsons are out of the starting lineup, while key reserves Jeremy Lin and Omer Asik will join them on the bench in order to receive some rest.  

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Enes Kanter out for finale with quad injury
by Chris Towers |

Jazz center Enes Kanter will not play in the team's season finale against the Timberwolves Wednesday, due to tendinitis in his right quadriceps. It is just the second game Kanter will end up missing this season.

Kanter took another step forward in his third NBA season, averaging double figures in scoring for the first time. He finished the season with 12.3 points and 7.5 rebounds per game, both of which are career highs. 

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