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There's still a chance the Clippers could sign Robinson for the rest of the season after 10 days, per source. Depends on how Hudson looks.
Nate Robinson has a bone bruise in his left knee that has sidelined him the past two games. The Clippers are still monitoring his progress.
The Lakers have missed 273 games due to injury/illness this season, the most in the NBA, but this is the first game Jeremy Lin is out.
The Clippers passed on signing Nate Robinson for the rest of the season, clearing the roster spot for Lester Hudson.
Jeremy Lin is out for today's game against Brooklyn (12:30 Pacific tip) with an upper respiratory infection.
Hudson is a two-time MVP (2014, 2015) from the Chinese Basketball Association. He played for Liaoning last season and averaged 31.2 points.
The Los Angeles Clippers announced today they have signed guard Lester Hudson to a 10-day contract.
New Clippers guard Lester Hudson was the first player in NCAA Division I history to record a quadruple-double.
Clippers announce they have signed two-time Chinese Basketball Association MVP Lester Hudson to a 10-day contract.
Oh yeah! http://t.co/PDLkVezKld
38 and whoa! What a game!
Kentucky earned it--good for them. Great effort by ND.
That was like shooting over skyscrapers
Just give it to Towns every time if ND isn't gonna double him
Enes Kanter is a wonderful, charismatic dude. But his post-Utah attitude and behavior is not particularly becoming.
Sean Miller on Elite 8 bugagoo: "When you lose in this game, it’s hard. You lose 4 times in 7 years, and that’s probably a record, right?"
Kudos to Sean Miller, who is remarkably gracious in defeat. Unfortunately for him, he's had a lot of practice.
Do the Badgers want another shot at Kentucky? “Sure, why not?” Josh Gasser said.
Most Outstanding Player Sam Dekker talks to reporters as Frank Kaminsky cuts down the net. http://t.co/oASSaXqUC1
It's as if Aaron Rodgers didn't go to Cal.
Sam Dekker was 5/6 from 3. That's good. He was 5/5 from 3 in the second half. That's brilliant.
Postcards from March: TJ McConnell weeps on Arizona's bench.
Arizona lists Parker Jackson-Cartwright at 5-foot-10. Discuss.
Stanley Johnson picks up his fourth foul. Remember, Johnson has, like, never not won a championship.
Byron Scott doesn't believe 3s win championships? They're the difference for Wisconsin in Elite 8. Badgers 10-of-16 from 3, UA 1-of-4.
Kaminsky had 28 and 11 last year against Wildcats. Up to 23 and 6 with 10:34 left in Round 2.
GREAT no-call by refs on that Kaminsky ball fake. He really tried to hard to draw the foul, and did not deserve to be rewarded.
How fitting would it be if, Kaminsky, who wears side-by-side 4s on his jersey led Wisconsin to back-to-back Final Fours?
Kaminsky has made “One Shining Moment” roughly eight times already today.
Good job by Gabe York of getting to the wing on the break. Wisconsin has momentum, but a brief lead for Arizona.
Six straight points from Brandon Ashley, who is playing with two fouls. Pulls Arizona even at 14. Early difference maker.
Sweet fake n’ floater from Stanley Johnson. That part of his game is NBA ready.
So far, Kaminsky is much better offensively than UA’s defensive options. Draws two fouls on Ashley, then fakes Tarczewski out of his socks.
Vlade and Vivek make an odd couple strolling around Staples Center an hour before the Elite Eight.
Making Hall & Oates Groupon even more hilarious, there was one below it for an interactive dinosaur exhibit. Aren't they one and the same?
Here are the results to our Okafor-Towns poll question so far: Jahlil Okafor: 52.78% Karl-Anthony Towns: 47.22%
DeAndre Jordan on Austin Rivers-Matt Barnes silliness: "I wouldn't go at Matt like that because Matt, he doesn't know how to stop."
DeAndre Jordan said Ekpe Udoh was "the greatest locker-room guy I've ever been around. He motivates guys."
Jeanie on Hot Rod: “We’re saddened by his passing, and send our condolences to his family.”
Jeanie Buss says Hot Rod Hundley “was a colorful player and man, and an important member of the early Lakers teams in the 1960s.”
No champagne in the Clippers locker room tonight but I have lots of suggestions if they ever want to pop any.
Robert Sacre, back in Canada, still laments the Grizzlies' move from his hometown (Vancouver): "Let's call it what it is: It was robbery."
Final: Raptors 94, Lakers 83. LAL shot just 34.5% as a team, and couldn't take advantage of an edge on the glass.
Wes Johnson misses the three and seals the victory for the Raptors.
The Raptors fans are going nuts for Bruno Caboclo … like, cheering twice as loud as for anything all night. They lead 94-79 w/1:23 left.
Lou Williams scores on and off the court. If you don't know what I'm referring to, Google is your friend.
Tyler Hansbrough with a flagrant one as Tarik Black heads to the line.
It'll be a flagrant 1 on Hansbrough, who didn't make a play on the ball. Black got up quick, but calmed down immediately. All under control.
Same look Tyler Hansbrough had after giving Tarik Black a hard foul. http://t.co/HOWQrCB92u
Refs are reviewing a possible flagrant foul on Tyler Hansbrough, who unnecessarily pulled Tarik Black down from behind.
FIGHT! FIGHT! FIGHT!
Raptors are on a 13-2 run in the last seven minutes as Lakers trail 91-74 with 3:00 remaining in the game.
Lin faded after a strong start, shooting just 4 for 13, the same as Ellington (23 combined points). Johnson's 2 for 11, Kelly 3 for 8.
Ryan Kelly continues to struggle, but I am excited about how his beard will develop in the final 11 games.
Midway through 4, Lakers trail 88-72 as Jeremy Lin has 14 points.
Wes Johnson comes into the game and immediately takes a shot that hits the side of the backboard. Lolz.
A 10-0 run for the Raptors pushed the home team's lead to 88-72 with 5:16 left in the contest. James Johnson up to 18 bench points.
Wes Johnson enters with 6:04 remaining. Do what you have to do.