Team Reports: Warriors want Webber
Don Nelson isn't just considering Chris Webber ... he's practically begging for him. Sports XChange wonders if that's a good idea.
Power Rankings: What's the buzz? Hornets are No. 1
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Nellie wants Webber back on Warriors
Coach Don Nelson wants to bring free agent forward Chris Webber back to Golden State, nearly 14 years after a feud ended their first stint together. "I hope that it happens to be quite honest with you," Nelson said Sunday before the Warriors hosted the New York Knicks. "I think our team needs it." Webber was acquired by the Warriors in a draft day trade with Orlando in 1993 after becoming just the second sophomore ever to be the top pick in the NBA draft.
Harris out multiple weeks with bone bruise
Mavericks guard Devin Harris will miss at least 2-3 weeks with a bone bruise on his left ankle. Harris was injured when he landed awkwardly on a hard drive to the basket early in the fourth quarter of a 90-85 victory against Denver on Sunday. He didn't travel for Dallas' game Monday at Memphis. An MRI performed Monday showed no additional damage to the ankle. In his first year as the full-time starter at point guard, Harris is averaging career highs of 14.4 points and 5.3 assists per game.