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  1. New Orleans Pelicans star Anthony Davis will not play Saturday against the Lakers in order to rest after playing Friday night in Indianapolis.
  2. Order, for the most part, has been restored. The King has again asserted a comfortable position atop his throne.
  3. Paul George was already at the Kia MVP table. On Thursday, he blatantly and unapologetically moved his chair closer to that table's head.
  4. The Memphis Grizzlies confirmed Friday that rookie Jaren Jackson Jr. will be out indefinitely with a deep thigh bruise. According to a team release, updates will be provided "as appropriate." The news was first reported by ESPN's Adrian Wojnarowski.
  5. Minnesota Timberwolves star Karl-Anthony Towns is in concussion protocol after a car accident and is missing a game for the first time in his career.
  6. TORONTO -- From fellow athletes to star entertainers, DeMar DeRozan has seen plenty of celebrities soaking up an extended round of appreciative applause from fans.
  7. So far this season, Giannis Antetokounmpo���s actions have spoken much louder than any words.
  8. ATLANTA -- LA Clippers owner Steve Ballmer is steadfast: his team needs a home of its own, no matter how daunting the process might seem.
  9. No team in the NBA has beaten the Milwaukee Bucks twice this season. In a few months, some lucky team will be tasked with doing it four times.
  10. MILWAUKEE -- As a game, this one never did launch, with the Boston Celtics and the Milwaukee Bucks slogging through 48 minutes of attrition. It was an ugly contest played by two rusty teams, the absence of rhythm from a weeklong All-Star break masquerading as pesky defense -- yeah, that's it, defense -- rather than off-kilter shooting.