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NBA rules clarification from Celtics-Hawks game

The second technical foul called tonight on Atlanta’s Dwight Howard for hanging on the rim (4:03 remaining in third quarter at Boston) should have been deemed non-unsportsmanlike and should not have resulted in his ejection.

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Raptors’ game protest denied

The National Basketball Association announced today that it has denied the Toronto Raptors’ protest of their 102-99 loss to the Sacramento Kings on Nov. 20, 2016.

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Nuggets’ game protest denied

The National Basketball Association announced today that it has denied the Denver Nuggets’ protest of their 108-107 loss to the Memphis Grizzlies on Nov. 8, 2016.

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NBA statement on final seconds of Raptors-Kings

The NBA released a statement from Byron Spruell, President, League Operations, regarding the clock malfunction at the end of the Sacramento Kings’ 102-99 victory over the Toronto Raptors last night at Golden 1 Center.

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NBA clarification on rules regarding coaching records

The NBA clarified today the league’s rules regarding coaching records: the head coach of record is credited with team wins and losses. Steve Kerr remains the head coach of record for the Golden State Warriors and is credited with those results.

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Kings’ game protest denied

The National Basketball Association announced today that Commissioner Adam Silver has denied the Sacramento Kings’ protest of their 111-110 loss to the Memphis Grizzlies on November 13, 2014.

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NBA corrects scoring error from Bucks-Raptors game

NEW YORK – The NBA announced today that a scoring error was made during the Milwaukee Bucks-Toronto Raptors game on Nov. 21 at Air Canada Centre, which impacted the final score of the game but not the final outcome of the game.

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