News archive: October 2015
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Russell Westbrook banked in a 3-pointer from just inside midcourt, Kevin Durant scored 43 and the Thunder rallied to beat the Magic in double OT.
Wolves rookie Karl-Anthony Towns was simply unstoppable vs. Denver, finishing with four blocks to go with those 28 points and 14 rebounds.
The Warriors dominated in a 112-92 win Friday, just as they did last season when they won eight of the nine meetings against Rockets. Curry scored 25 points.
The Boston Celtics announced that they have exercised their third-year options on Marcus Smart and James Young, and their fourth-year option on Kelly Olynyk.
Wake Forest coach Danny Manning has suspended sophomores Cornelius Hudson and Rondale Watson from the team for violating athletic department rules.
The New Orleans Pelicans announced today the team has signed point guard Toney Douglas. New Orleans’ roster now stands at 15.
The Chicago Bulls announced today that the team has exercised its fourth-year option for guard Tony Snell and its third-year option for forward Doug McDermott.
Mel Daniels, who led the ABA Indiana Pacers during the franchise’s heavenly days as a two-time Most Valuable Player, has died. He was 71.
The Philadelphia 76ers announced today the team has exercised the contract options on center Joel Embiid, guard Nik Stauskas, and forward Nerlens Noel.
The Detroit Pistons announced that Jodie Meeks underwent a surgical procedure to repair a non-displaced fracture in his right foot. He will miss 3-4 months.
Former Pistons Chauncey Billups and Ben Wallace will have their numbers retired at two separate game-night ceremonies later this season.
Blake Griffin had 26 points and the Clippers were 104-88 victors over the Mavericks, while Mavericks owner Cuban was as full of it as his tight white T-shirt.
Clippers reserve guard Austin Rivers was fined $25,000 by the NBA on Thursday for flicking a seat cushion into the stands during a fourth-quarter timeout.
Indiana Pacers forward Paul George has been fined $10,000 for public criticism of officiating, it was announced Thursday by Kiki VanDeWeghe.
Luther "Ticky" Burden, an All-America basketball guard at Utah, died in his sleep Thursday at Forsyth Medical Center in Winston-Salem. He was 62.