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Most Added Players
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1Kyrie Irving, CLE, PG1
2Kyle Lowry, TOR, PG1
3Joakim Noah, CHI, C1
4Wilson Chandler, DEN, SF1
5Manu Ginobili, SA, SG1
6Andre Iguodala, GS, SG1
7Marreese Speights, GS, PF1
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9Jared Dudley, MIL, SF1
10Jerryd Bayless, MIL, PG1
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2DeMarcus Cousins, SAC, C-1
3George Hill, IND, PG-1
4J.R. Smith, CLE, SG-1
5Jamal Crawford, LAC, SG-1
6Avery Bradley, BOS, PG-1
7Corey Brewer, HOU, SF-1
8Mason Plumlee, BKN, C-1
9Zaza Pachulia, MIL, C-1
10Carmelo Anthony, NY, SF-1
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Raptors G Kyle Lowry (shin) limps off court, does not return Tuesday
by Ted Leshinski | Staff Writer
(11:05 pm ET) Raptors guard Kyle Lowry left Tuesday's Game 2 of the Eastern Conference Quarterfinals against the Wizards with a left shin contusion and did not return, reports TSN Sports.

Lowry collided with Paul Pierce midway through the fourth quarter and limped off the court.

He finished with six points on 3-of-10 shooting.

Mavericks rule Chandler Parsons, Devin Harris out of Game 2
by Sean d'Oliveira | CBSSports.com
(8:16 pm ET) The Mavericks will be without forward Chandler Parsons and guard Devin Harris for Tuesday's Game 2 contest at Houston, reports the Star-Telegram.

Parsons was dealing with a right knee injury and he re-aggravated the injury during the Game 1 loss. He will be reevaluated Wednesday and coach Rick Carlisle said he was very concerned with the injury, reports the team's official website.

Meanwhile, a toe injury will prevent Harris from playing in the contest.

The Mavericks are 6 1/2-point underdogs at Houston.


Report: Warriors F David Lee (back) will not play in Game 3
by Sean d'Oliveira | CBSSports.com
(8:09 pm ET) Warriors forward David Lee has been ruled out of Game 3 on Thursday at New Orleans, reports the Bay Area News Group.

Lee has missed the first two playoffs games with a lower back injury.

The Warriors are 5-point favorites over the Pelicans on Thursday.


Grizzlies guard Mike Conley dealing with foot issue
by Sean d'Oliveira | CBSSports.com
(7:29 pm ET) Grizzlies guard Mike Conley said his sprained right foot will continue to bother him as long as he stays in the lineup, reports NBA.com.

"It's going to flare up no matter what I do," Conley said. "I just go out there and play as if I'm not injured and see how much I can do and what I can do to help the team and the following day is just rehab and recover."

The injury caused Conley to miss the last four games of the regular season, but he was able to play 24 minutes and score 16 points in the Game 1 victory over the Trail Blazers.

Despite the injury, center Marc Gasol said he expects Conley to keep playing through the pain.

"I expect a lot out of him to be honest with you," Gasol said. "He's my little man. He's a great player, great guy. I knew he wasn't going to miss a playoff game. I can only ask him to give me whatever he has, and he's done it. And I'm going to ask the same next game."


Morris twins charged with felony assault
by Sean d'Oliveira | CBSSports.com
(6:03 pm ET) Suns forwards Markieff Morris and Marcus Morris are facing charges for felony aggravated assault during a Jan. 24 incident in Phoenix, according to court documents obtained by The Arizona Republic.

The twins and three other men are charged with assaulting Erik Hood at a sports facility in Phoenix. Hood told police he was accosted and assaulted by the five men. Hood sustained a broken nose, bruises and abrasions during the incident.

Markieff Morris has denied being part the group that attacked Hood, but acknowledged he was at the sports complex.

The first court date for the twins is May 7.

"Markieff and Marcus are good men and I am confident that when all the facts come out, their names will be cleared," their agent Leon Rose said in a statememt, according to ESPN.com. 


Spurs' Tiago Splitter (calf) may see more minutes in Game 2
by Ted Leshinski | Staff Writer
(5:45 pm ET) After sitting out the team's final six regular-season games because of a calf injury, Tiago Splitter played only 10 minutes in the Spurs' Game 1 loss on Sunday but coach Gregg Popovich said the center will see more minutes in Game 2 on Wednesday, reports the Los Angeles Times.

"He didn’t go backwards, so that’s a good thing," Popovich said. "Maybe he can play a few more minutes [Wednesday] night, I’m hoping," Popovich said.


Despite big Game 1, Cavs' Kyrie Irving sees room for improvement
by Ted Leshinski | Staff Writer
(5:29 pm ET) In his first-career playoff game on Sunday, guard Kyrie Irving was the standout player for the Cavaliers in their Game 1 victory over the Celtics, scoring a game-high 30 points, but said afterwards there's room for improvement, reports Cleveland.com.

"Just limit all my mistakes is the biggest thing, just continue to have that attitude," said. "I'm going to do whatever it takes to win ... As well as you think you play, there are so many things you can improve on."

LeBron James added that he's always had confidence in Irving in important games.

"I knew how special the kid was and I know how special he is now still. He's going to be very key to our success," James said.

Blazers unsure if Arron Afflalo (shoulder) will play in Game 2
by Sean d'Oliveira | CBSSports.com
(3:53 pm ET) Trail Blazers guard Arron Afflalo is listed as questionable for Game 2 at Memphis on Wednesday, the team announced.

Afflalo has not played since April 9 because of a right shoulder sprain. In 78 games, Afflalo averaged 13.3 points and 3.2 rebounds.

The Blazers are 6-point underdogs.


Spurs G Tony Parker says his ankle and thigh are fine
by Sean d'Oliveira | CBSSports.com
(3:24 pm ET) Spurs guard Tony Parker said his left ankle and thigh are not an issue and he is good to go for Game 2 on Wednesday, reports the Los Angeles Times.

Parker sustained an ankle injury in the Game 1 loss to the Clippers, but he was able to practice Tuesday and will likely play in Game 2.

The Spurs are 1 1/2-point underdogs.


Raptors guard Kyle Lowry (back) says he is feeling great
by Sean d'Oliveira | CBSSports.com
(3:01 pm ET) After scoring only seven points in the Game 1 loss to the Wizards, Raptors guard Kyle Lowry attributed the lack of success to having a bad game and not a back issue, reports the Toronto Sun.

Lowry has been suffering from back spasms, which caused him to miss a variety of games toward the end of the season, but Lowry said he is feeling great heading into Game 2 on Tuesday.

The Raptors are 5-point favorites for Game 2 against the Wizards.


 
 
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