Dec 31 (The Sports Xchange) – Cincinnati Bengals wide receiver A.J. Green, already shut down for Sunday’s season finale against the Baltimore Ravens, was officially placed on injured reserve Saturday. Six-time Pro Bowler Green, 28, will miss the last six games with a hamstring injury suffered during the first series against the Buffalo Bills on Nov. 20. Green was elected to the Pro Bowl this season despite playing in just nine full games, catching 66 passes for 964 yards and four touchdowns. — The Detroit Lions placed running back Theo Riddick on injured reserve due to a wrist injury. …
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The Charlotte Hornets recalled guard Aaron Harrison and forward Christian Wood from the Greensboro Swarm of the NBA Development League on Saturday. In three stints with the Swarm, the 6-foot-6 Harrison appeared in 13 games (all starts) and averaged 20.6 points, 5.2 rebounds, 3.3 assists, 1.4 steals and 36.5 minutes. Harrison, 22, is in his second year with the Hornets and has seen limited action in four games this season.
Russell Westbrook finds Jerami grant with the lob for the emphatic slam on the alley-oop.
A night of resolutions, parties, and hope.
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