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Golden State Warriors All-Star forward Kevin Durant, suffering from a left thigh contusion, did not play Wednesday against the Minnesota Timberwolves.

The 2017 Finals MVP, who also did not partake in shootaround Wednesday morning, told ESPN he expects to play Saturday against the Philadelphia 76ers, the Warriors’ next opponent.

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The Golden State Warriors showed some impressive depth without Kevin Durant, rolling past a Minnesota team that had won five straight games.
It was Durant’s first missed game of the season. The Warriors beat Minnesota 125-101 at home.

He sustained the injury in the first quarter of Monday’s home victory over the Miami Heat, but he continued to play, registering 21 points, eight rebounds and six assists in 33 minutes.

Team officials don’t view the injury as serious in nature.

Through 11 games this season, Durant is averaging 24.8 points, 7.7 rebounds, 5.0 assists and 2.5 blocks.

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MILWAUKEE — Giannis Antetokounmpo is playing “at a crazy level,” according to teammate Khris Middleton.

Hard to argue with that.

Antetokounmpo had 32 points and 14 rebounds, and the Milwaukee Bucks scored the final nine points in a 103-94 victory over the Charlotte Hornets on Monday night.

The reigning Eastern Conference player of the week was 13 for 21 from the field and 6 for 8 at the line. He also had six assists and blocked two shots.

The 22-year-old Antetokounmpo has scored at least 30 points in each of his first four games. He had a career-high 44 points Saturday against Portland.

“I mean, we need him to play like this,” Middleton said. “He’s a match-up nightmare for everybody. The more we can play for him, the more that he relies on us too, the easier the games are going to be for us.”

Middleton added 20 points for Milwaukee, which played its third game in four days, all at home.

Charlotte, which missed its last seven shots after the score was tied at 94, was led by Frank Kaminsky’s 18 points. Jeremy Lamb added 17 points, Kemba Walker had 15 and Dwight Howard grabbed 22 rebounds — three shy of the team record.

Antetokounmpo’s two free throws gave Milwaukee a 96-94 lead with 1:34 left. Charlotte missed two 3-pointers on its next possession and Middleton made a 3 from the top of the arc with 43.5 seconds to go.

Howard missed two foul shots with 33 seconds remaining to finish 0 for 9 from the line, but Charlotte caught a break when the rebound was tapped to Lamb. But he missed a shot after driving through the lane.

Antetokounmpo sank two more free throws, Walker shot an air ball from long range and Middleton capped the scoring with two free throws with 16.2 seconds left.

“I thought the guys executed their sets offensively and I thought they were patient,” Milwaukee coach Jason Kidd said. “Sometimes we can get in a rush and take that first shot because it’s wide open but turning down a good shot to get a great shot, those are what the good teams do in this league, and I thought that’s what we did tonight.”

A floating shot by Middleton gave Milwaukee a 90-81 lead with 7:49 left. But Charlotte responded by scoring the next seven points, and shortly after tied the score at 94 on a 3-pointer by Kaminsky with 3:05 remaining. But the Hornets were shut out from there.

“It was terrible offense,” Charlotte coach Steve Clifford said. “The second half, it is just not going to work in this league.”

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Antetokounmpo’s 147 points through the first four games are the most in team history. Kareem Abdul-Jabbar had 146 in 1970-71.

“We played Friday, so Saturday you start watching (film on Milwaukee), and you sit and enjoy his greatness,” Clifford said. “It’s not just his size and athleticism, he has an energy level and a flare and a passion for playing that is fun to watch. Then … you’re like `What are we going to do?’ That happens a lot in this league, but certainly he’s one of the guys that you enjoy watching.”

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Charlotte announced before the game that guard Julyan Stone will miss four to six weeks with a strained left hamstring. He got hurt in practice Sunday.

Bucks guard Malcolm Brogdon also did not play because of a left ankle sprain. It is uncertain how long he will be out.

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Hornets: Howard became the first Hornets player with three straight 15-plus rebound games since Al Jefferson in 2014.

Bucks: Milwaukee attempted just three free throws in the first half, compared to 22 for Charlotte.

UP NEXT

Hornets: Charlotte hosts Denver on Wednesday to begin a three-game homestand.

Bucks: Milwaukee hosts the Celtics after opening their season with a win in Boston.

Check out the team sites for the Charlotte Hornets and the Milwaukee Bucks for more game coverage.

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Five-time All-Star forward LaMarcus Aldridge has reached an agreement on a three-year, $72.3 million contract extension with the San Antonio Spurs, league sources told ESPN.

The extension will keep Aldridge, 32, under contract with the Spurs through the 2020-21 season. It includes a partially guaranteed salary in the deal’s final season, league sources told ESPN. Only $7 million is guaranteed in the final year of the extension, league sources told ESPN’s Zach Lowe.
LaMarcus Aldridge averaged 17.3 points and 7.3 rebounds for the Spurs a season ago. Thomas B. Shea/USA TODAY Sports
The contract extension culminates what had been two often-turbulent seasons between Aldridge and the Spurs since his arrival as a free agent from Portland. The deal reflects the Spurs’ desire to continue surrounding Kawhi Leonard with talent and Aldridge’s increased comfort with the franchise.

Aldridge will opt into the $22.3 million player option on his 2018-19 contract, and the extension’s new terms will start with the 2019-20 season. Aldridge is set to make $21.4 million in the 2017-18 season.

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San Antonio did discuss trade scenarios with teams centered on Aldridge prior to the draft and during the summer but never found an offer that intrigued them enough to make a deal, league sources said.

At times, Aldridge hasn’t been happy with the franchise, and the franchise hasn’t been happy with him. Nevertheless, Aldridge arrived in training camp in strong shape and with a better relationship with Spurs coach Gregg Popovich, and both sides understand that the uncertainty of free agency next summer could make an extension a wise option.

San Antonio didn’t have a better alternative available in free agency to partner with Leonard, and Aldridge couldn’t be sure that he’d be able to find this kind of long-term financial score available on the free-agent market.

Aldridge averaged 17.3 points and 7.3 rebounds for the Spurs a season ago. He has averaged 19.1 points and 8.3 rebounds in his 11-year NBA career.

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CLEVELAND — Cavaliers guard Iman Shumpert injured his left foot in Wednesday’s 109-93 preseason loss to the Atlanta Hawks and will undergo medical imaging Thursday to determine the severity of the injury.

“We won’t know until tomorrow morning, but I think he should be OK,” Cavs coach Tyronn Lue said after the game.

Shumpert suffered the injury while landing awkwardly after a missed dunk attempt with 2:16 remaining in the first quarter. He limped back to the locker room after a timeout and did not return to the game.

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Iman Shumpert said he had a talk with Cavaliers coach Tyronn Lue to clear the air after his role was reduced and he was mentioned in trade rumors.
The seven-year veteran has been sharing the backcourt in the second unit with Dwyane Wade through the first week of Cavs training camp, trying to carve out a consistent role on a Cleveland team that added guards Wade, Derrick Rose, Isaiah Thomas and Jose Calderon in the offseason.

Earlier in the week, Shumpert shared that he and Lue had an air-it-out meeting prior to the Cavs’ minicamp in Santa Barbara, California, last month to discuss his place on the team after he was included in trade talks over the summer.

Shumpert’s injury could complicate what already figures to be a challenging roster shuffle for Cleveland general manager Koby Altman.

The Cavs have 16 players signed to guaranteed contracts for 2017-18 and can carry only 15 players on their roster, meaning they will either have to cut or trade a player or players before the regular season opens on Oct. 17 against the Boston Celtics.

“It’s a tough process if you can move guys or if you have to let one go,” said Lue. “It’s going to be a tough decision. Just trying to see who plays the best for us, who stays healthy, and we’ve got to go from there.”