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Brandon Ingram was suspended four games, Rajon Rondo three and Chris Paul two for their parts in a brawl between the Lakers and Rockets Saturday, sources told ESPN.
The 0-2 Oklahoma City Thunder will welcome back former MVP Russell Westbrook on Sunday against the Kings.
Knicks rookie Kevin Knox will be sidelined for at least one week due to a left ankle sprain.
The NBA is looking at a video that appears to show Lakers guard Rajon Rondo spitting at the Rockets' Chris Paul before a fight ensues, sources told ESPN.
Center Omer Asik, who never played for Chicago after he was ruled out indefinitely with inflammatory arthritis in September, was waived by the Bulls on Sunday. The Bulls will owe Asik $14.3 million unless a team claims him off waivers.
Chris Paul, Rajon Rondo and Brandon Ingram were ejected from Saturday's game in the fourth quarter after a multiplayer fight erupted.
Last season's Rockets reached the precipice using coach Mike D'Antoni's radical commitment to efficiency. Enter Carmelo Anthony, one of the NBA's least efficient stars.
Rockets forward Carmelo Anthony has played in games involving the last two major on-court altercations in the NBA including one 12 years ago when he played for the Denver Nuggets.
For two hours, Staples Center looked like the NBA at the peak of its cultural power. Then it was hijacked by fisticuffs.
The Mavericks stared down a 15-point deficit in their home opener and came out on top, led by their last two lottery picks.
The Bulls are 0-2 on the young season, and Saturday night's defeat left them lamenting missed opportunities and poor cohesion late against the Pistons.
Kyrie Irving said that before he committed to re-signing with the Celtics, he strongly considered the Knicks as a potential destination.
Veteran Nuggets shooting guard Will Barton left Saturday night's game with a right hip injury. He will have an MRI on the injury Sunday.
Willie Reed was the No. 1 pick Saturday in the G League draft, his rights going to the Salt Lake City Stars.
Knicks rookie Kevin Knox had to be helped off the court after suffering a sprained left ankle in the first quarter of Saturday's game against the Celtics.
Memphis Grizzlies power forward JaMychal Green will likely be lost for four to six weeks after surgery to repair a fractured jaw, league sources told ESPN.
While Saturday night will mark a new beginning for LeBron James, some things will feel familiar. For the third time in his career, he'll be playing against good friend Carmelo Anthony during his home debut.
Minnesota's Jimmy Butler won't face the Mavericks on Saturday as the team opts to have him rest a night after scoring 33 points in a win over Cleveland.
Celtics forward Gordon Hayward is getting the night off for the second game of a back-to-back as he continues his comeback from last season's left ankle injury.
After rallying the Raptors to a win on Friday behind 31 points and 10 rebounds, Kawhi Leonard will sit out the team's road game at the Wizards.