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Topic - Demarre Carroll
Atlanta Hawks forward Paul Millsap will sit out the team's regular season finale Wednesday night against the Milwaukee Bucks to rest for the playoffs.
After Jerryd Bayless' big night in a rare start, Celtics coach Brad Stevens hinted it might become more than a one-game tryout.
The Atlanta Hawks have looked like a potential tough out in the playoffs while taking impressive wins over Houston, Indiana and Miami this month.
It's unanimous: Damian Lillard is the NBA's Rookie of the Year.
The Houston Rockets have signed center Marcus Cousin to a non-guaranteed contract and assigned him to Rio Grande Valley, their developmental league affiliate.
The Rockets sent point guard Aaron Brooks to Phoenix and forward Shane Battier to Memphis in separate deals Thursday that brought guard Goran Dragic, forward DeMarre Carroll and center Hasheem Thabeet to Houston.
"We are young and we will learn from this," forward DeMarre Carroll said. "When you've got them at home and you can win at home, you should take care of business."
"We're just trying to play blue-collar, competing, aggressive basketball," Atlanta forward DeMarre Carroll said after the Hawks practiced for about an hour Wednesday. "Everyone on this team is competing. Everybody is playing hard. Even the coaches. A lot of the things we do after practice and before practice go unnoticed."