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Sources: J.J. Barea Out for Rest of Season with Torn Right Achilles

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Dallas Mavericks sixth man J.J. Barea suffered a torn right Achilles tendon during Friday’s 119-115 road victory over the Minnesota Timberwolves, the team announced Saturday.

The injury ends Barea’s season and puts in doubt his availability for the start of next season. Barea, a former undrafted free agent in his 13th NBA season, is in the final year of his contract but has said he plans to play at least two more seasons.

Source: Tim MacMahon of ESPN

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Sources: Markelle Fultz Back in Philadelphia to Continue Shoulder Rehab

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Guard Markelle Fultz has returned to Philadelphia to continue his shoulder rehabilitation with the Sixers, league sources tell ESPN. No timetable yet on a return to the lineup. He’s attending Sixers-Thunder game today.

Fultz has been undergoing therapy for thoracic outlet syndrome in Los Angeles since leaving the Sixers in early December. Sixers have had staff in California observing progress, and now Fultz will work at team’s facility to try to ramp up for an eventual return to the season.

Source: Adrian Wojnarowski on Twitter

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Report: Anthony Davis Out One-to-Two Weeks with Left Finger Sprain

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Injury Update: Anthony Davis sustained a left index finger sprain in last night’s game. Davis is expected to be out approximately 1-2 weeks

Source: New Orleans Pelicans on Twitter

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Sources: Frank Ntilikina Drawing Trade Interest

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Despite the Knicks’ clear lack of confidence in [Frank] Ntilikina, teams have inquired about the 20-year-old, with the Magic and Suns expressing interest, according to a source. And this is where it gets interesting. There seems to be a debate within the Knicks on whether to deal Ntilikina. He was drafted by Mills and has supporters in the front office. But, according to a source with knowledge of the situation, Perry, who took the job after Ntilikina was drafted, recently approached the Atlanta Hawks to gauge whether the team was interested in dealing for the guard (Hawks have Trae Young and weren’t interested).

Source: Stefan Bondy of the New York Daily News

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