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  1. The NBA Development League approved a game protest filed by the MUT 18 Coins Fort Wayne Mad Ants after their one-point loss to the Texas Legends on Nov. 22, according to a press release from the league. The Mad Ants and Legends will replay the final 0.9 seconds of the game with the score knotted at 99 and Fort Wayne in possession. The Mad Ants were assessed an incorrect technical late in the fourth quarter following a scorecard error connected to the number of timeouts the team had left. The Legends were awarded a free throw and Chris Douglas-Roberts sank it to give Texas a one-point lead and the ball with less than a second remaining. The error that led to the technical occurred with 10:35 remaining and was recorded by the official scorekeeper.The Mad Ants' protest is the second ever approved by the D-League. The first approved protest was for the Utah Flash in the 2008-09 season. The league hasn't yet announced a time and date for the replay. More from SB Nation NBA:• Ziller: Everything you need to know about Isaiah Thomas• Derrick Rose-less Bulls blow out Heat• The first time the NBA played in Mexico City• The Hook: How to eliminate intentional fouls from the NBA • Deeks: When should NBA teams pay the luxury tax?Rockets 'ramping up' efforts to MUT Coins trade Omer Asik, deal expected by Dec. 19 -
  2. It was the Clippers' bench that played a huge role through the game, though. Their MMOgo NFL Coins reserves combined for 50 points while going 8-for-12 from beyond the arc. Jamal Crawford and Darren Collison both matched Paul's team-high 15 points.More: Ray Edwards released Roethlisberger's hurt Lots of concussions. The Grizzlies went into halftime with a two-point lead but scored just 11 points in the third quarter, allowing the Clippers to take control of the game. Memphis went 3-for-17 from the field and missed all six of its three-point attempts during the third.The Clippers piled on the margin through the fourth quarter. Their largest lead of the night was 24 points. Memphis struggled to score, shooting just 38 percent on the night. Tayshaun Prince missed all five of his field goal attempts and the team clearly missed Marc Gasol's presence during a game where Zach Randolph also struggled to score. Randolph went just 4-for-13 from the field.Kosta Koufos finished with a game-high 17 points.More from SB Nation NBA:• Knicks vs. Nets: The saddest little battle in MUT 18 Coins the NBA• The first time the NBA played in Mexico City• The Hook: How to eliminate intentional fouls from the NBA • Deeks: When should NBA teams pay the luxury tax?• Ziller: Where the new Nowitzkis fall on the stretch four spectrum
  3. As the Nuggets pounded the glass and, quite simply began making shots. At NBA 2K18 MT one point, Denver cut the lead to three points but the Celtics answered late and took a 10-point lead, 87-77, heading into the final period. Lawson tweaked his hamstring early in the fourth quarter and didn't return to the game. The Nuggets, in turn, were unable to mount any sort of significant comeback without the engineer of their offense.Boston (9-12) has won five of its last seven games and sits atop the Atlantic Division. Denver (11-8) has lost back-to-back games after winning seven straight.More from SB Nation NBA. Ziller: Everything you need to know about Isaiah Thomas• Derrick Rose-less Bulls blow out Heat• The first time the NBA played in Mexico City• The Hook: How to eliminate intentional fouls from the NBA• Deeks: When should NBA teams pay the luxury tax? The Los Angeles Clippers bounced back from a two-game losing skid Thursday night with a NBA Live Mobile Coins 101-81 victory over the Memphis Grizzlies. Chris Paul played only 27 minutes and still finished with 15 points and eight assists.DeAndre Jordan finished with a double-double, scoring 10 points and grabbing 14 rebounds.