NBA Player News Nov. 23: Kevin Durant, Chris Bosh, a Potential Lockout and More

November 23rd, 2010 by Daniel Shirley Leave a reply »

The Suns welcomed Steve Nash back to the lineup on Monday night. It was thought that Nash might miss another game or two, but his 24 points and nine assists in a win over Houston would suggest otherwise.

NBAPA executive director, Billy Hunter, said yesterday that he is 99 percent sure of a lockout next summer. Only time will tell, but this is not a good sign. Still, this may be nothing more than posturing by the players’ association.

After missing his team’s last two games, Kevin Durant returned to the Oklahoma City lineup last night looking just like we’ve come to expect: 28 points, eight rebounds and five assists.

It looks like Erick Dampier is going to accept Miami’s offer to sign him. Why would he not? As soon as it became apparent that Miami would offer him, who really wondered whether he’d sign?


Game Notes

Nate Robinson continues to impress as he fills in for the injured Rajon Rondo. In last night’s win over Atlanta, Robinson had 16 points and 10 assists. The increase in minutes now might lead to better stats coming off the bench later in the yea ...

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