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HEAT’s Wade to Play in All-Star Game

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Miami HEAT guard Dwyane Wade said Friday he has regained feeling in his left foot and will be in the starting lineup for Sunday’s All-Star Game.

Wade sat out of Wednesday’s game at Golden State while suffering from drop foot, a nerve condition he said left him without feeling in his lower leg and foot. But Wade gradually began to regain sensation in his foot late Wednesday, and he informed East coach Frank Vogel on Thursday that he would be available for the game. Wade said he will again speak with Vogel to determine how to structure his minutes Sunday.

via Michael Wallace of ESPN

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Sources: Rockets to Sign Jeff Green for Rest of Season

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Jeff Green officially signing with the Rockets for rest of season, source tells ESPN. Both sides are really happy with the fit.

Source: Jordan Schultz on Twitter

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Report: Malik Monk Suspended Indefinitely

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Hornets guard Malik Monk has been suspended without pay for violating the terms of the NBA/NBPA Anti-Drug program.

The suspension begins with Wednesday night’s game against the New York Knicks and will continue until he is determined to be in full compliance with the program.

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Sources: Mavericks File Official Protest of Game Against Hawks

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The Dallas Mavericks, citing a “misapplication of the rules,” have filed an official protest of Saturday’s road loss to the Atlanta Hawks to the league office, @NYTSports has learned

Source: Marc Stein on Twitter

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