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Topic - Nenad Krstić
For James Harden, the notion that he could impact a game just as much off the bench as he would from the starting lineup didn't really click until he was forced to test it out.
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.
Serbia has been devastated by the suspensions of its two top players for the start of the world basketball championships, coach Dusan Ivkovic said Friday.
Oklahoma City Thunder center Nenad Krstic said Monday he fears he'll be suspended for the world championships because of his role in a bench-clearing brawl during Serbia's game against Greece.
Serbia's Nenad Krstic was released Friday after being held in police custody overnight following a brawl during a game against Greece.
Serbia's Nenad Krstic, a center for the Oklahoma City Thunder, was released Friday after being held in police custody overnight following a chaotic brawl during a match with Greece.
"I don't know the rules, but I hope I won't be punished," Krstic told Serbian media. "An (act of) stupidity was committed, and I hope they will not punish us. The Greeks started the brawl, there were no guards and the (Greek) fans entered the court."
BELGRADE, SERBIA (AP) - Oklahoma City Thunder center Nenad Krstic said Monday he fears he'll be suspended for the world championships because of his role in a bench-clearing brawl during Serbia's game against Greece.