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Curry returns to Game 4 loss after hard fall to court
Warriors??star and NBA MVP?? Stephen Curry??missed the equivalent of a quarter after taking a hard fall on his head, neck and back area near the basket in the second quarter of Monday night's 128-115 loss??to the Rockets. The Warriors said that after a series of tests, it was determined Curry had no concussion symptoms; he did not undergo any X-rays. He returned and finished with 23 points in 31 minutes. "I feel pretty good," Curry said. "Just not how I envisioned the game going." The Rockets cut their deficit in the Western Conference finals to 3-1 with the win. Curry said the fall wasn't the worst of his career but called it the scariest. "I was in the air for a long time -- just trying to brace yourself," said Curry, who according to the Warriors sustained a head contusion on the play. Asked whether he would go out of his way to avoid seeing replays of the fall, Curry said he'd seen it, "and once was...
Al Horford faces no additional discipline
Atlanta Hawks center Al Horford is not at risk of missing Game 4 of the Eastern Conference finals against the Cleveland Cavaliers. Horford's flagrant foul 2 in Game 3 will stand, but there will be no additional punishment from the NBA, according to league spokesman Tim Kuck. Horford and Cavs guard Matthew Dellavedova got tangled up in the final minute of the second quarter of Game 3 on Sunday. As the two were boxing each other out, Dellavedova fell to the floor after tripping backward over Atlanta's DeMarre Carroll -- who was already on the floor -- and into Horford's right leg. Horford responded to the contact by elbowing Dellavedova. Following a referee review, Horford was assessed a flagrant foul 2 and ejected, and Dellavedova received a technical foul. "I'll definitely learn from this and will make sure to keep my composure and things like this don't happen," Horford said. "But the game before, I got hit in the knees and...
Jim Schwartz to consult on NFL officiating
Former Detroit Lions coach and Buffalo Bills defensive coordinator Jim Schwartz has found a job this season after all. He will be working in the NFL as an officiating consultant in 2015.??Schwartz will offer a coaching viewpoint on decisions made by the league's officiating department. The NFL confirmed Schwartz's hire, first reported by Alex Marvez of Fox Sports, on Monday afternoon. Schwartz, who spent five seasons as the Lions' coach before being fired after the 2013 season, had his issues with the rules during his tenure in Detroit. The most notable instance came in 2012, when Schwartz tried to challenge a touchdown run by Houston Texans running back Justin Forsett, saying he was down by contact. Since scoring plays were automatically reviewed, Schwartz received an unsportsmanlike conduct penalty for challenging the play. Doing so also meant the NFL could not review the play, leaving the touchdown on the board. ...
Harden Helps Rockets Stay Alive, Beat Warriors 128-115
Harden's 45 help Rockets avoid elimination with 128-115 win over Warriors in Game 4
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Bears Release Ray McDonald After Arrest in California
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NBA MVP Curry OK After Fall as Warriors Lose to Rockets
MVP Curry takes nasty fall, but returns and is OK as Warriors falls to Rockets 128-115
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