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Spurs’ Belinelli Wins 3-Point Contest

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San Antonio’s Marco Belinelli won the 3-point contest at NBA All-Star Saturday night. Belinelli made his final three shots to finish with 19 points, edging Damian Lillard by one to advance to the final from the West. All-Stars Stephen Curry and Kevin Love both finished with 16 points.

Bradley Beal had 21 points to win the East bracket over defending champion Kyrie Irving, Orlando’s Arron Afflalo and Brooklyn All-Star Joe Johnson, who was shooting in slow motion and had three balls left on his final rack and just 11 points when time expired.

Beal then tied Belinelli to force a tiebreaker. Belinelli won it by making six straight shots at one point, sweeping his fourth rack.

via Associated Press

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Sources: Kawhi Leonard Day-to-Day with Left Knee Contusion

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Evaluations on Clippers star Kawhi Leonard did not show any further seriousness to left knee contusion, and he is day-to-day in return, league sources tell @TheAthleticNBA @Stadium.

Source: Shams Charania on Twitter

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Report: Rockets Waie Ryan Anderson

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Houston Rockets General Manager Daryl Morey today announced that the team has waived forward Ryan Anderson.

Anderson appeared in two games for the Rockets this season.  He also spent two seasons with Houston from 2016-17 through 2017-18.  All totaled, Anderson has played in 140 games with 122 starts as a Rocket, averaging 11.4 points and 4.8 rebounds.

Source: Houston Rockets

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Sources: Stanley Johnson Expected to Miss Two Weeks with Stress Reaction

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Oshae Brissett has been recalled from Raptors 905 for tonight, as Stanley Johnson is out with a stress reaction* in his groin.


The stress reaction is considered slight, but Johnson is expected to sit about two weeks to try to get to 100%, per a source.

Source: Blake Murphy on Twitter

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