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Topic - Joel Przybilla
Charlotte Bobcats backup center Joel Przybilla will miss the remainder of the season with continued pain in his right knee.
The Charlotte Bobcats will be without starting center Kwame Brown against Andrew Bogut and the Milwaukee Bucks.
Charlotte Bobcats owner Michael Jordan was busy on Saturday defending his decision to trade Gerald Wallace and playing a major role in getting a reluctant Joel Przybilla comfortable with his new boss.
The Boston Celtics unloaded lots of big men at the NBA trading deadline and the key to making sure the moves pay off rests with the biggest guy who's still left _ Shaquille O'Neal.
Big bodies replaced big names on the final day of the NBA's trading season.
The Charlotte Bobcats traded the face of their young franchise, Gerald Wallace, to the Portland Trail Blazers on Thursday for a package that includes two first-round picks as owner Michael Jordan cuts payroll and eyes the future.
Portland Trail Blazers center Fabricio Oberto has abruptly retired because of a previously diagnosed cardiac condition that caused heart palpitations.
Przybilla acknowledged his knee is still not 100 percent after twice tearing his patella tendon in the past year.
"They traded away an All-Star, and I'm an expiring contract," Przybilla said. "I didn't know what to expect."