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Surgery to end Granger's season

The Indiana Pacers say Danny Granger will have left knee surgery
and miss the rest of the season, leaving them without one of their
best offensive players for the postseason.


Sixers' Bynum will have season-ending surgery

Sixers center Andrew Bynum will have season-ending arthroscopic surgery on both knees, the team announced Tuesday.


Rudy Gay of Memphis Grizzlies to have season-ending surgery

The Grizzlies have announced that forward Rudy Gay will have season-ending surgery on his left shoulder.

Senh: It's too bad. Rudy Gay averages 18 points a game. They're only two games ahead of the Houston Rockets for the last playoff spot in the Western Conference.


Yao out for season with stress fracture

Yao out for season with stress fracture

Houston Rockets center Yao Ming will miss the rest of the season because of the stress fracture in his left ankle. The Rockets announced the decision Friday, a day after the injury was found in an MRI exam. Team physician Walter Lowe said surgery is the usual treatment for such an injury, which has sidelined Yao since Nov. 10.


Greg Oden Injury: Injured Oden Expected To Miss Rest Of Season

Portland center Greg Oden will likely miss the season after fracturing his left knee cap during a game against Houston on Saturday night.

Oden will undergo surgery, the Trail Blazers said.
The 7-foot center dropped to the floor clutching his left knee and grimacing after colliding with a driving Aaron Brooks midway through the first quarter.

He was almost immediately surrounded by trainers and physicians. The crowd at the Rose Garden stood and chanted "Oden! Oden!"


Yao Ming of Houston Rockets gets NBA injury exception

The Houston Rockets are still hoping Yao Ming returns next season, but they have been able to cash in on his injury.


'Grim' news for NBA star

'Grim' news for NBA star

As the NBA draft approached, the grim truth about Yao Ming’s broken left foot hung like an anvil over the Houston Rockets. The fear isn’t that he’s just lost for next season, but longer.


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