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1 Los Angeles Lakers 68 107 0.44 35
2 Boston Celtics 69 107 0.44 35
3 Indiana Pacers 69 108 0.45 34
4 Philadelphia 76ers 69 108 0.46 35
5 Orlando Magic 70 108 0.46 34
1 Houston Rockets 68 118.35 0.45 10
2 Dallas Mavericks 71 116.69 0.46 11
3 Los Angeles Clippers 68 116.24 0.46 11
4 New Orleans Pelicans 69 115.87 0.46 11
5 Washington Wizards 69 114.87 0.46 10

Orlando F Jonathan Isaac has knee surgery

Orlando Magic forward Jonathan Isaac had successful surgery Friday to repair a torn ACL in his left knee, the team announced.

Pelicans F Williamson (rest) to miss Friday's game

New Orleans star Zion Williamson will be held out for rest Friday night when the Pelicans face the Washington Wizards.

Raptors' McCaw leaving bubble for knee treatment

Toronto Raptors forward Patrick McCaw will be leaving the NBA bubble to seek treatment for a benign mass on the back of his left knee, the team announced.

NBA roundup: Bucks rally vs. Heat, claim East's top seed

who trailed by 23 in the first half -- rallied to defeat the Miami Heat 130-116 on Thursday as part of the NBA restart near Orlando.

James (groin) to miss Thursday's game vs. Rockets

Los Angeles Lakers star LeBron James will miss Thursday night's game against the Houston Rockets with a sore right groin.

76ers' Simmons dislocates left kneecap

Philadelphia 76ers guard/forward Ben Simmons suffered a partially dislocated left kneecap during Wednesday's game against the Washington Wizards, the team announced Thursday.

NBA roundup: Thunder dump cold-shooting Lakers

Chris Paul scored 21 points to lead the Oklahoma City Thunder to a 105-86 win over the Los Angeles Lakers on Wednesday at the ESPN Wide World of Sports Complex near Orlando.

Pacers strike deal with PointsBet

The Indiana Pacers have reached an agreement to make PointsBet its official sports gaming partner.

76ers' Simmons injures left knee

Philadelphia guard/forward Ben Simmons departed the 76ers' victory against the Washington Wizards on Wednesday due to a left knee injury.

Clippers PG Beverley to miss game vs. Mavericks

Los Angeles Clippers point guard Patrick Beverley will miss Thursday's game against the Dallas Mavericks due to a strained left calf.

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