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Dave McMenamin ESPN Staff Writer 

Tristan Thompson will not play tonight, per the Cavs. He was a late scratch after he went through warmups and experienced soreness.

Dave McMenamin ESPN Staff Writer 

In light of director Morgan Spurlock's admission to a history of sexual misconduct, SpringHill Entertainment -- LeBron James' production company -- has cut ties with Spurlock on the release of a planned docu-series focusing on the opening of James' I Promise School in Akron, OH in the fall of 2018. "SpringHill Entertainment will be canceling its production agreement with Morgan Spurlock and Warrior Poets. We will continue moving forward to tell the important story of the I Promise School," said a spokesman for SpringHill Entertainment in a statement issued to ESPN on Thursday.

Brian Franey ESPN Producer 

Sneakers at the locker of LeBron James say "Long Live the King."

Ohm Youngmisuk ESPN Staff Writer 

Kentavious Caldwell-Pope is out for tonight and not with the team due to personal reasons according to the Lakers.

Ramona Shelburne ESPN Senior Writer 

LeBron James' shoes for tonight.

Ian Begley ESPN Staff Writer 

Tim Hardaway Jr. says the stress injury in his lower leg is feeling better. He hasn't been cleared to run yet but is hoping to soon. The Knicks say he'll be re-evaluated on Tuesday but Hardaway Jr. says he could be cleared at any point. He was asked if he has a stress reaction or stress fracture. He said all he's heard is that it's a stress injury.

Ian Begley ESPN Staff Writer 

Same setup for the Knicks tonight against Brooklyn: Ron Baker is active; Joakim Noah is inactive.

Ian Begley ESPN Staff Writer 

Nets coach Kenny Atkinson, when asked about his team's approach to defending Kristaps Porzingis, jokingly asks the media if they have any suggestions.

Michael C. Wright ESPN Staff Writer 

Danny Green (tightness, left groin) and Kawhi Leonard (right quadriceps tendinopathy) are probable for Friday's game in Houston. Kyle Anderson remains out (left MCL sprain).

Ohm Youngmisuk ESPN Staff Writer 

NBA refs donated their game shoes earlier this week to "It's From the Sole" charity which gives shoes to homeless and less fortunate. Veteran referee Zach Zarba — whose crew gave their shoes to the charity after officiating the Lakers-Knicks game on Tuesday — grew up with the charity's founder Andre McDonnell, who has distributed over 18,000 pairs of sneakers in the last five years.‬ ‪

Ohm Youngmisuk ESPN Staff Writer 

The Lakers will have a "KOBELAND" street festival on Chick Hearn Court at L.A. LIVE before Kobe Bryant has both of his 8 and 24 numbers retired during Monday's game against Golden State. The festival, which is free from 4-7 P.M., includes interactive games, a Kobe-inspired Ferris Wheel, photo opportunities and a Nike "8" and "24" branded truck onsite.