LONDON (AP) When Bradley Beal felt his legs go out beneath him, likely ending his chances of scoring the go-ahead basket for the Washington Wizards, he spotted Thomas Bryant standing alone in the lane.
Already down their star rookie center, the Vancouver Canucks are now dealing with a second injured center. And they're not sure if they'll have either Friday night.
The Detroit Pistons are thrilled to have all their players back. The abundance of veteran players on the Miami Heat's roster has some players grumbling.
A tough stretch for Ohio State could get even tougher when No. 19 Maryland visits Value City Arena in Columbus on Friday.
So much for all that early-season talk that the Los Angeles Clippers had somehow broken the Golden State Warriors.
Purdue isn't the ranked team in the latest edition of its in-state rivalry with No. 25 Indiana, but the young Boilermakers appear to be on the upswing.
Barca lost the first leg but is still expected to go through
The warning signs were there for the Calgary Flames to heed. Sure, they were winning games and sitting atop the Western Conference standings, but everybody knew the Flames weren't running on all cylinders and a day of reckoning would come.
North Carolina State didn't adjust well to a game without point guard Markell Johnson. That will be one of the goals for the No. 17 Wolfpack for Saturday afternoon's game at Notre Dame.
The Oklahoma City Thunder and Los Angeles Lakers enter Thursday's game in Oklahoma City needing a win.
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