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Jazz guard Donovan Mitchell available tonight vs. Mavs

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After missing two of the Utah Jazz’s last three games due to injury, Donovan Mitchell will play on Wednesday.

The guard had missed Monday’s 124-111 home loss to the Toronto Raptors because of a left ankle sprain and missed Friday’s 110-100 home loss to the Memphis Grizzlies because of tightness in his right hamstring. 

Mitchell’s last played on Saturday in a 103-88 road loss to the Denver Nuggets. Overall, he is averaging 22.4 points, 2.8 rebounds and 4.1 assists per game this season.



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Report: Rockets trade Carmelo Anthony to Bulls

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The Houston Rockets have agreed to trade Carmelo Anthony and cash considerations to the Chicago Bulls, according to a report from Adrian Wojnarowski of ESPN.

Anthony reportedly will be waived by the Bulls and become a free agent if he clears waivers.

Anthony and the Rockets agreed to part ways in mid-November after the team’s slow start to the season. The 10-time All-Star played just 10 games for Houston after signing a one-year, $2.4 million deal during the offseason.

The Rockets reportedly will sign Kenneth Faried with the open roster spot.

Anthony was traded from the Oklahoma City Thunder to the Atlanta Hawks last July before the Hawks released him to clear the way for him to sign with the Rockets.

Houston thought he could be the piece it needed to finally get past Golden State and win its first championship since back-to-back titles in 1994-95. Instead the Rockets limped out to a 6-7 start and the emergence of undrafted rookie Gary Clark made it appear that Anthony would have to take a reduced role.

In the end the Rockets decided it would be better to move on than to force Anthony to do that.

“We just had to see how things worked out,” D’Antoni said at the time. “And the way we play probably wasn’t conducive to his game and he was trying to make the necessary sacrifices and it wasn’t fair to him as a Hall of Fame player to play in a way that wasn’t good for him, wasn’t good for us. It just wasn’t a fit.”

The 34-year-old Anthony has had a tough time over the last two seasons. He averaged a career-low 16.2 points in 78 starts in a tumultuous season for the Thunder last season before coming to Houston — and accepting a reserve role for the first time in his 16-year career.

Eight of Anthony’s 10 appearances for the Rockets came off the bench after he had started all 1,054 games he’d played in his first 15 NBA seasons.

D’Antoni said he feels for Anthony that things ended this way and made it clear that it wasn’t a matter of Anthony not having the right attitude in Houston.

“In the summer we tried to hit a home run and it didn’t work out,” D’Antoni said. “He tried everything he could. He was great while he was here. It just didn’t work out for whatever reason. I just thank him for his professionalism. It was good. He tried everything he could to make it work and it just didn’t work out.”

The third overall pick in the 2003 draft has averaged 24 points, 6.5 rebounds and 3 assists in a career that also included stints with the Denver Nuggets and the New York Knicks.

Anthony sat out Houston’s last three games with what the team called an illness. His last appearance for Houston came in a blowout loss to Oklahoma City on Nov. 8 when he had two points and five rebounds.

Information from the Associated Press was used in this report.



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Bulls’ rookie Wendell Carter undergoes successful thumb surgery

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CHICAGO — Wendell Carter Jr. underwent successful surgery Monday morning to repair the ulnar collateral ligament of his left thumb.

The surgery was performed by Dr. John Fernandez at Midwest Orthopedics at Rush. He is expected to be out 8-12 weeks.

The No. 7 overall draft pick, Carter averages 10.3 points and 7 rebounds.

Carter was hurt vs. the Lakers on Jan. 15. The injury was initially diagnosed as a sprain, but further testing revealed it was more serious.

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Butler, Embiid questionable vs. Rockets

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* Tonight on TNT: Rockets vs. 76ers (8 ET)

The Philadelphia 76ers could be without Joel Embiid and Jimmy Butler when they face the Houston Rockets on Monday, according to the team.

Both Embiid and Butler are listed as questionable for the matchup on Martin Luther King Jr. Day. Embiid is facing back tightness and Butler has a sore right wrist.

The 76ers will update the statuses for Embiid and Butler before the game tips off at 8 ET. 

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