Basketball : NBA 2017/2018


LA Clipp. 22.10.17
Teodosic leaves game with foot injury

Los Angeles Clippers rookie guard Milos Teodosic left Saturday's game against the Phoenix Suns in the second quarter because of a left foot injury. The team said Teodosic would not return to the game. Teodosic was a starter on Saturday after recording six points and six assists in the other game he played this season.

Houston 21.10.17
Chris Paul out 2-4 weeks

Houston Rockets point guard Chris Paul will miss two to four weeks due to a bruised left knee, according to multiple reports on Friday. The nine-time All-Star was hampered by the knee in Tuesday's season-opening victory over the Golden State Warriors before sitting out the following night's game against the Sacramento Kings.

Houston coach Mike D'Antoni downplayed the seriousness of the injury earlier Friday when he revealed Paul would miss Saturday's game against the Dallas Mavericks. "It's only a bump," D'Antoni said. "It's not a tear or something like that. It's a bruise. We just have to make sure he's 100 percent the next time he plays."

Brooklyn 20.10.17
Nets lose Lin for rest of season

Jeremy Lin is expected to miss the rest of the season after rupturing the patella tendon in his right knee. The Brooklyn Nets guard was hurt midway through the fourth quarter of his team's 140-131 loss Wednesday in the season opener at Indiana. He landed hard behind the baseline after a drive and was in tears as he clutched at his knee. Lin was limited to 36 games last season, mostly because of a left hamstring injury, while Brooklyn finished with the NBA's worst record.

Boston 19.10.17
Hayward unlikely to return this season

Gordon Hayward's first season with the Boston Celtics is probably over after five minutes of game action. Hayward underwent surgery Wednesday night to repair a fractured left tibia and dislocated left ankle, injuries that occurred early in the season opener Tuesday at Cleveland. Following the operation in Boston, Hayward's agent said that his client is unlikely to get back on the court this season.

Utah 17.10.17
Exum set for shoulder surgery

Utah Jazz guard Dante Exum will undergo shoulder surgery next week, the team announced Monday. The procedure, set for Oct. 24, is intended to stabilize the AC joint in Exum's separated left shoulder. The operation could threaten his season, although the Jazz did not offer a timetable for his recovery.

Cleveland 16.10.17
James uncertain for season opener

LeBron James tested his injured left ankle during a portion of practice Sunday, but it's still not known if he'll play in Cleveland's season opener against Boston. James sat out the Cavaliers' first three exhibition games before making his debut last week against Chicago. He played 30 minutes but may have aggravated his ankle while making a spin move in the loss. James has been slowed since spraining his ankle in practice on September 27.

Portland 15.10.17
McCollum suspended for season opener

Portland Trail Blazers guard CJ McCollum has been suspended for the regular-season opener after leaving the bench during an altercation in Wednesday's preseason game, the league announced Saturday. McCollum, 26, was given a one-game ban for the incident that occurred with 9:33 remaining in the fourth quarter of Portland's 113-104 preseason win against the Phoenix Suns.

Indiana 14.10.17
Robinson to miss 3-4 months

Indiana Pacers forward Glenn Robinson III underwent successful ankle surgery Friday and is expected to return in three to four months. Robinson underwent the procedure to repair medial and lateral ligaments in his left ankle. The 23-year-old was injured driving to the basket during a scrimmage in practice on Sept. 29.

Atlantic Division
1Toronto100.02-0 (2)
2Brooklyn50.01-1 (2)
3Boston33.31-2 (3)
4New York0.00-2 (2)
4Philadel.0.00-3 (3)
Central Division
1Cleveland66.72-1 (3)
1Detroit66.72-1 (3)
2Milwaukee66.72-1 (3)
4Indiana33.31-2 (3)
5Chicago0.00-2 (2)
Southeast Division
1Washing.100.02-0 (2)
2Orlando66.72-1 (3)
3Miami50.01-1 (2)
3Charlotte50.01-1 (2)
4Atlanta50.01-1 (2)
Southwest Division
1Houston100.03-0 (3)
1Memphis100.02-0 (2)
1San Ant.100.02-0 (2)
4New Orl.0.00-2 (2)
4Dallas0.00-3 (3)
Northwest Division
1Utah66.72-1 (3)
1Portland66.72-1 (3)
3Denver50.01-1 (2)
3Minnesota50.01-1 (2)
3Oklahoma50.01-1 (2)
Pacific Division
1LA Clipp.100.02-0 (2)
2LA Lakers50.01-1 (2)
3Gold. St.33.31-2 (3)
3Sacram.33.31-2 (3)
5Phoenix0.00-3 (3)

Last results

21.10Miami - Indiana112 : 108
21.10New York - Detroit107 : 111
21.10Chicago - San Ant.77 : 87
21.10Cleveland - Orlando93 : 114
21.10Milwaukee - Portland113 : 110
21.10Toronto - Philadel.128 : 94
21.10Denver - Sacram.96 : 79
21.10Houston - Dallas107 : 91
21.10Memphis - Gold. St.111 : 101
21.10Utah - Oklahoma96 : 87
21.10LA Clipp. - Phoenix130 : 88
20.10Brooklyn - Orlando126 : 121
20.10Philadel. - Boston92 : 102
20.10Washing. - Detroit115 : 111
20.10Indiana - Portland96 : 114

NBA stats

home wins59 %
draws0 %
away wins41 %

League format : Basketball : NBA 2017/2018

NBA teams play divisional opponents four times each (two home games and two road games), conference opponents outside the division three or four times each and opponents outside the conference two times each (one home game and one road game). Within each conference, the three division winners and the five other teams with the most wins qualify for the playoffs. The seedings are based on each team's record. All rounds of the NBA Playoffs will be best-of-7 games.

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