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Latest Western Conference Items
Chris Paul was scratched from a second-straight crucial game in the Hornets' quest to remain in the playoff hunt when he was ruled out from Wednesday night's matchup against the Dallas Mavericks.
Mike Conley and Tony Allen each scored 20 points, and Marc Gasol added 18 as the Memphis Grizzlies withstood a second-half rally and defeated the Oklahoma City Thunder 107-101 on Monday night.
Portland coach Nate McMillan came into the season not wanting to be distracted by his contract status.
The downtrodden Timberwolves faithful rose to their feet and roared like they rarely have done all season, saluting Kevin Love for being one of the few reasons to keep coming to Target Center during another long, miserable basketball winter in Minnesota.
The Minnesota Wild made a minor trade on deadline day. The front office refused to flinch and do more.
The St. Louis Blues have made another trade in a late-season sell-off, sending forward Brad Winchester to the Anaheim Ducks for a third-round pick in 2012.
The Los Angeles Kings are no longer sellers at the NHL trade deadline. General manager Dean Lombardi is buying into his improving club by adding Dustin Penner for the playoff push.
The Phoenix Coyotes needed a big, stay-at-home defenseman to fill in while Ed Jovanovski is out with an injury. The Columbus Blue Jackets wanted more speed and financial flexibility.
Veteran defenseman Brent Seabrook agreed to a five-year, $29 million contract extension with the Chicago Blackhawks on Sunday.