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Hawks’ Milsap Out; Antic Day-to-Day

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As I reported yesterday, Paul Millsap (right knee contusion) will not play against the Suns Sunday. He did not practice Saturday but did more light shooting following the brief workout. Millsap will travel with the team but there is no timetable for a return. The game with the Suns will be the fourth straight game miss due to the injury.

“He is going to travel and we’ll continue to work with
him and hopefully he progresses,” coach Mike Budenholzer said. “There is no more outlook than that.”

As I also reported yesterday, Pero Antic (right ankle stress fracture) had his status updated to day-to-day. He will also make the road trip. According to Budenholzer, Antic took part in 5-on-5 halfcourt scrimmaging in Friday’s practice. That is a positive sign that his return could come sooner rather than later.

via Chris Vivlamore of the Atlanta Journal-Constitution

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Sources: Hawks Fire Lloyd Pierce, Nate McMillan to Serve as Interim Head Coach

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Atlanta has dismissed Lloyd Pierce as coach, sources tell ESPN.

ESPN Sources: Nate McMillan has accepted the interim head coaching job with the Hawks. McMillan has a 667-591 (.530) record in 16 seasons as head coach with Seattle, Portland and Indiana.

Source: Adrian Wojnarowski on Twitter

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Sources: Joakim Noah to Retire

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13-year NBA center Joakim Noah — a two-time All-Star and former Defensive Player of the Year winner — is effectively retiring from basketball, sources tell @TheAthletic @Stadium.

Plan is for the longtime Chicago star to eventually retire as a Bull.

Source: Shams Charania on Twitter

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Sources: Victor Oladipo Turned Down Extension from Rockets

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Houston Rockets guard Victor Oladipo recently turned down a two-year, $45.2 million maximum contract extension, the most the franchise could offer him before the end of the regular season, sources told ESPN.

As expected, Oladipo is pursuing a longer-term deal, sources said, something that the collective bargaining agreement doesn’t allow the Rockets to offer him until the offseason.

Source: Adrian Wojnarowski of ESPN

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