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Isaiah Thomas: Refs Allow Wizards to ‘Grab’, ‘Hold’

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While the Wizards celebrated their game plan after limiting Boston Celtics All-Star Isaiah Thomas to two second-half points in Washington’s Game 4 triumph Sunday, Thomas vented about a lack of calls in a game in which he attempted no free throws.

“[The Wizards] were very physical. The refs were allowing them to hold and grab and do all those things,” said Thomas. “I think, especially in that third quarter, I might have hit the ground five or six straight times, and I’m not the one that likes hitting the ground. So I think it got to be called differently.”

Source: Chris Forsberg of ESPN

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LiAngelo, LaMelo Ball Sign with Lithuanian Club

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LiAngelo and LaMelo Ball have reached an agreement to sign professional basketball deals with Lithuanian club Prienu Vytautas, the team’s coach/GM Virginijus Seskus and Ball family agent Harrison Gaines told ESPN’s Jeff Goodman.

After ESPN reported on the seriousness of the talks between the Ball brothers and the European team on Monday afternoon, the two sides finalized the agreement hours later.

Source: Adrian Wojnarowski and Jonathan Givony of ESPN

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Matt Barnes Announces Retirement

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Matt Barnes is wrapping up his wild ride through the NBA.

The 37-year-old forward, who won a title with the Golden State Warriors last season but hasn’t played this season, posted his retirement announcement on Instagram on Monday.

Source: ESPN

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Kawhi Leonard Probable for Tuesday Debut

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The Spurs listed forward Kawhi Leonard as probable for Tuesday’s road matchup at Dallas, which means it’s likely that the two-time NBA Defensive Player of the Year will make his season debut against the Mavericks.

The club originally targeted Saturday’s game at Phoenix as a potential debut for Leonard, but sources on Friday said the forward wanted “a couple more days” to recover from the right quadriceps tendinopathy that has kept him out of all 27 of the Spurs’ games thus far this season.

Source: Michael C. Wright of ESPN

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