Odds & Ends: Popovich, Lopez, Wizards, Bucks

The latest news from around the NBA on Friday evening:

  • CBSSports.com's Ken Berger reports that the NBA is considering instituting a new policy on resting players following Gregg Popovich's controversial decision on Thursday.
  • Howard Beck of the New York Times writes that Brook Lopez' foot is not seriously injured, despite indications to the contrary.
  • The New York Times' Dan Duggan writes that the Wizards are trying to put their horrific start to the season behind them.
  • Charles F. Gardner of the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel reports that the Bucks have still not set a time for Luc Mbah a Moute's return.
  • Sam Amico of FoxSportsOhio.com writes that Hawks GM Danny Ferry has turned the team around faster than expected.
  • Mary Schmitt Boyer of the Plain Dealer writes that Cavs rookie Kevin Jones is not expected to find his way into the rotation anytime soon.

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3 years 10 hours ago

In relation to the new rule possibly being set forth by the NBA…

David Stern is caving in way we never would have predicted only a few years ago. Owners, players (see: Wade, Dwyane during the recent lockout) and now television executives have crowded him so far into a corner that the man who once berated NBA officials for revealing Darius Miles’ knee issues prior to the draft recently announced that he would be retiring in 2014, a notice the old david Stern would have kpet close to the vest at least until the end of this season. For more insight… Read more »

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