News archive: January 2016
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The Toronto Raptors announced Wednesday forward DeMarre Carroll had arthroscopic surgery this morning on his right knee.
Second-year Cleveland Cavaliers guard Joe Harris will undergo potentially season-ending surgery on his right foot, Harris’ agent told on Tuesday.
Last season, the Knicks earned win No. 17 in their next-to-last game. This season, they did it Tuesday night against the Atlanta Hawks, winning 107-101.
The Utah Jazz announced Tuesday that the team has waived guard/forward Elijah Millsap. Following the move, Utah’s roster stands at 14 players.
Tim Quarterman had 21 points, 10 rebounds and seven assists, Craig Victor added 15 points and 12 rebounds, and LSU defeated Kentucky 85-67 on Tuesday night.
'We didn't even get a shot attempt,'' Providence coach Ed Cooley said Tuesday night after the Golden Eagles beat the eighth-ranked Friars 65-64.
Indiana sophomore guard James Blackmon Jr., who has missed the past two games, will undergo surgery on his right knee Tuesday afternoon.
The NCAA notified the San Diego State athletic department that it determined allegations against the men's basketball program were not substantiated.
Maine Red Claws forward Jordan Mickey, on assignment from the Boston Celtics, has been named NBA Development League Player of the Month in December.
The start of Monday’s Indiana-Miami game was delayed 27 minutes after lights malfunctioned in the arena following the introduction of the Heat starting lineups.
When James Harden stepped to the free throw line late in the third quarter Monday night, something in the crowd got his attention.
Draymond Green’s final stat line of 13 points, 10 assists and 15 rebounds made him the first Warriors player to get 3 consecutive triple-doubles since Tom Gola.
Stephen Curry got back on the court, Harrison Barnes made a reappearance, and the Warriors returned to being unbeatable.
Buddy Hield scored a career-high 46 points, but it was Hield's two crucial turnovers in the third overtime that helped Kansas escape with a 109-106 victory.
Zach LeDay had taken 12 3-pointers all season, but all his practice during the summer launching shots from behind that line paid off big for Virginia Tech.