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Ian Begley ESPN Staff Writer 

Jeff Hornacek cautions that he's not a doctor but says Tim Hardaway Jr. may be dealing with plantar fasciitis in his foot.

Ian Begley ESPN Staff Writer 

Damyean Dotson had 23 points, 6 rebounds and three assists in the G League on Sunday for Westchester. He's back with the Knicks' big club on Monday for its game against the Clippers. It's a transition Dotson has made a few times this season, and it's one he takes seriously and uses to his advantage. If he's on the bench during a Knicks game, Dotson says he's focused on studying how Tim Hardaway Jr. and Courtney Lee perform in the Knicks' offensive and defensive schemes. He then applies that to his games in Westchester, which he says has helped his development significantly. Dotson's professional approach to his D League appearances is one of the reasons why Knicks coaches and management are excited about the second-round pick. Also, no matter if he's with the Knicks' NBA team or the G League club, Dotson has the same pre-game routine: praying for the health of all players involved, and praying for a victory.

Ian Begley ESPN Staff Writer 

Tim Hardaway Jr. (sore foot) will play tonight against the Clippers.

Dave McMenamin ESPN Staff Writer 

Pistons coach Stan Van Gundy on the day's news involving President Donald Trump and the sports world.

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Chris Haynes ESPN Staff Writer 

X-ray results of Paul Millsap's wrist came back negative, league sources tell ESPN. Huge relief for Denver. There was fear of a fracture.

Marc J. Spears The Undefeated 

Former NBA player Metta World Peace will play under his former name, Ron Artest, with The Big 3 next season, the league says.

Dave McMenamin ESPN Staff Writer 

Ty Lue said something at Monday's shootaround that should make some Cavs fans happy. With four rotation players out, he's going to give the rookie a shot: "Cedi (Osman)," Lue said when asked who in his lineup will get more playing time other than Jose Calderon. "If we add a second guy it'd be Cedi."

Dave McMenamin ESPN Staff Writer 

LeBron James reflected on the playoff battles with the Detroit Pistons early in his career at shootaround ahead of the Cavs' game against Detroit on Monday: "It helped me out with my development, with my mental side of the game as well. Worked my mental toughness, my physical toughness, my competitive nature, going against those teams. Understanding what you need in order to be successful, or how to win, how to compete. They definitely have a chapter in my book."