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NEW YORK (AP) — The Road Warriors' run is over. The Brooklyn Nets are suddenly the NBA's hottest team.
Dion Waiters scored 20 points, Alonzo Gee added 17 and the Cleveland Cavaliers held off a late run to beat the Washington Wizards 95-90 on Tuesday night.
John Wall was sprawled out on the floor in front of him doing stretching exercises. A.J. Price sat across from him, his soft cast in his lap and a stimulation machine on his broken right hand. Shelvin Mack sat next to him, wearing oversized headphones and checking his cellphone.
For most people, finding out they have to work on Christmas Day isn't exactly the kind of present they want. For Shelvin Mack and Garrett Temple, it was the best gift of all.
The waiting was the hardest part for Shaun Livingston, who spent the first two weeks of the NBA season working out and sitting by the phone. Washington signed the 6-foot-7 point guard on Nov. 15 after an 0-7 start and released Jannero Pargo to open a roster spot.
For Shaun Livingston, it was like coming home. The 6-foot-7 free-agent point guard was signed by the Wizards on Thursday, and was on the practice court on Friday to start his second stint with the team. The Wizards released Jannero Pargo to make room on the roster.
Milwaukee Bucks guard Shaun Livingston hasn't yet signed to play for a minor league team in Illinois. The team's owner says he still could.
Milwaukee Bucks coach Scott Skiles was an assistant coach when Stephen Jackson was drafted into the league in 1997. The gritty former point guard believes Jackson is the strong personality he has sought for the locker room.
The Bobcats agreed to send top scorer Stephen Jackson to the Milwaukee Bucks in a three-way trade involving the Sacramento Kings that gave Charlotte two picks in the top nine of the NBA draft, a person familiar with the deal said Thursday.