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Redd scores 37 as Bucks beat Pistons (AP)

Wed, 01 Nov 2006 20:58:36 PST

The Palace's "No Fly Zone" has been lifted. Taking advantage of Ben Wallace's departure, Michael Redd scored 37 points and the Milwaukee Bucks attacked the Detroit Pistons for a slew of easy baskets in a 105-97 win Wednesday night. "Ben's been the Defensive Player of the Year for what, four years? That says it better than anything else," Charlie Villanueva said after his 16-point, 12-rebound debut...

Howard, Magic surprise Bulls 109-94 (AP)

Wed, 01 Nov 2006 19:48:44 PST

Orlando Magic coach Brian Hill thought his team had no chance against the Bulls Wednesday night after watching Chicago rout the defending champion Miami Heat to open the season. "They just drove the ball everywhere they wanted to go," Hill said. Hill was happy to be wrong. Dwight Howard had 27 points and 11 rebounds and Jameer Nelson scored 21 points as the Magic surprised the Chicago Bulls 109-94...

Lakers 2-0 minus Kobe, ruin Nelson debut (AP)

Wed, 01 Nov 2006 23:09:39 PST

Ronny Turiaf had just buttoned his shirt after the best game of his NBA career when his cell phone rang. Kobe Bryant couldn't travel to the Los Angeles Lakers' latest victory, but the injured star clearly didn't miss a minute of Turiaf's breakout performance. "I told you! I told you!" Turiaf said into the phone, breaking into a wide grin.

Celtics honor Auerbach, lose to Hornets (AP)

Wed, 01 Nov 2006 21:08:40 PST

The pregame ceremony honoring Red Auerbach was going to pump up the crowd. The Boston Celtics were going to be up for this one, too. Chris Paul knew all this beforehand. He also figured he'd have to keep his New Orleans teammates from getting too excited if the Hornets wanted to come out with a win. "It was a very emotional night," Paul said, after the Hornets' 91-87 season-opening win Wednesday...

Peja may get rude return to Indiana (AP)

Thu, 02 Nov 2006 16:25:04 PST

Peja Stojakovic could get a rude reception Friday night when he returns to Conseco Fieldhouse as a member of the New Orleans Hornets. Stojakovic joined the Indiana Pacers halfway through last season in a trade that sent Ron Artest to the Sacramento Kings. He averaged 19.5 points in 40 games before missing four of Indiana's six playoff games against the New Jersey Nets with a knee injury.

Bad fall can't keep Bobcats' Wallace out (AP)

Thu, 02 Nov 2006 11:44:44 PST

Charlotte forward Gerald Wallace went through a full practice Thursday, a day after he was injured in the Bobcats' season-opening loss to Indiana. Wallace, who worked with the first unit, did not have a concussion and is expected to play Friday at Memphis. "I think their main focus was how my head was feeling," Wallace said.

Knicks outlast Grizzlies in 3OT, 118-117 (AP)

Wed, 01 Nov 2006 22:45:04 PST

Isiah Thomas and the Knicks got off to a good start, despite a rocky finish. New York blew a 19-point, fourth-quarter lead Wednesday night before beating the Memphis Grizzlies 118-117 in triple-overtime. "It feels good to get Isiah and the team started right," guard Jamal Crawford said. "(But) we have to learn to finish.

Cavs hold off Wizards in playoff rematch (AP)

Wed, 01 Nov 2006 20:44:07 PST

With plastic ice bags strapped to both knees, LeBron James leaned back in his recliner. As he peeked at the flat-screen TV showing a game in progress, Cleveland's superstar took a deep breath. It was an exhausting night. They always are against Washington. Six months later, James and the Cleveland Cavaliers still have the Wizards' number.

Sloppy Clippers hold off Nuggets (AP)

Fri, 03 Nov 2006 00:13:18 PST

The Los Angeles Clippers were sloppy with the ball and they still have plenty of kinks to work out. For the final 6:44, though, they were good enough. Sam Cassell scored 35 points and hit a pair of free throws with 12 seconds remaining Thursday night to help Los Angeles win its home opener, 96-95 over the Denver Nuggets.

Duncan, Spurs rally past Mavericks 97-91 (AP)

Thu, 02 Nov 2006 21:12:58 PST

Tony Parker was sore and Tim Duncan was struggling. Yet there was no way the San Antonio Spurs were giving up, not after six months of waiting to reclaim their edge over the Dallas Mavericks. Parker shook off a sprained ankle to score 19 points and Duncan scored only 13 points but had a key rebound and putback in the final minute of the Spurs' 97-91 victory Thursday night in the season opener for...

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