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Spurs injury report for Saturday’s game includes key starter

SAN ANTONIO – Kawhi Leonard, the Spurs’ leading scorer and top defender, is among two players the team is listing as questionable for Saturday’s home game against the Philadelphia 76ers. Leonard has a respiratory infection, according to the team. Sixth man Manu Ginobili (abductor tightness) is the other player listed. If the players sit, it


Cavs 108, 76ers 102: LeBron takes over in the third quarter

CLEVELAND — Tristan Thompson required stitches on his right eyelid and Matthew Dellavedova absorbed elbows to his forehead and face. Those injuries paled in comparison to the psychological beating that LeBron James delivered to the Philadelphia 76ers. James scored 18 of his season-high 31 points in an electrifying third-quarter burst, leading the Cavaliers to a Read More... The post Cavs 108, 76ers 102: LeBron takes over in the third quarter appeared first on Chronicle-Telegram. Click here to read this story on The Chronicle-Telegram.Content copyright The Chronicle-Telegram. Your #1 source...

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LeBron James hopes to play Sunday after quad injury against Philadelphia

LeBron James dominated the 76ers Friday night but a quad injury could slow him against the Pacers.

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Cavaliers notebook: Guard Jared Cunningham earns first career NBA start

INDEPENDENCE: It took him four years and five different teams, but Cavaliers guard Jared Cunningham finally earned his first career start Friday night against the Philadelphia 76ers. Cunningham started in place of the injured J.R. Smith, who missed his second game with a knee injury. Coach David Blatt went to Cunningham after using Richard Jefferson against the New York Knicks on Wednesday, but Blatt made it clear he wanted Jefferson to defend Carmelo Anthony so LeBron James didn’t have to do it all night.Cunningham, 24, began the night averaging 4.2 points and shooting 50 percent from the...

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J.R. Smith will miss at least two games with knee injury

Cavs guard J.R. Smith is getting the week off, but it could’ve been worse.Smith will miss at least the next two games with a right knee contusion and quadriceps tendonitis. He has been ruled out of Wednesday’s home game against the New York Knicks and Friday’s game when the Cavs host the Philadelphia 76ers. He is considered doubtful for Sunday’s home game against the Indiana Pacers. And yet despite all that, coach David Blatt said he was relieved at hearing the diagnosis.“Relieved that it’s not as serious as it could’ve been,” Blatt said. “The good news is there’s not...