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Published: Wednesday, 3/12/2008

Cavaliers' Snow to miss rest of season


CLEVELAND - Cavaliers guard Eric Snow will likely miss the remainder of the regular season with a cranky left knee, just the latest medical misfortune in a season of bumps, bruises and bandages in Cleveland.

Snow, who underwent surgery on his left knee just before the season opener, is expected to be out 4 to 6 weeks with arthritis-related symptoms in the knee, the team said.

The 34-year-old is averaging just one point in 13.9 minutes per game this season for the injury-ravaged Cavs.

But while his playing role has decreased, Snow has been helpful in tutoring some of Cleveland's younger players.

The Cavs are playing without center Zydrunas Ilgauskas (bulging back disc), guard Daniel Gibson (sprained ankle) and swingman Sasha Pavlovic (sprained foot). In Monday's win over Portland, center Ben Wallace sat out the second half with back spasms.

Pavlovic returned to practice Sunday and is expected to be activated for the first time since Jan. 23 today in New Jersey.


WASHINGTON - Antawn Jamison scored 23 points, rookie Nick Young had a career-high 22, and Washington rallied in the fourth quarter.

Michael Redd scored 26 points, Andrew Bogut had 23, and Charlie Villanueva had 24 points and matched a season high with 16 rebounds for the Bucks.

Pacers 114, Sonics 107

INDIANAPOLIS - Mike Dunleavy scored 32 points and Indiana snapped a three-game losing streak and sent Seattle to its fifth straight loss.

Bulls 108, Jazz 96

CHICAGO - Drew Gooden tied a season high with 24 points, Ben Gordon added 19, and Chicago snapped Utah's five-game winning streak.

Blazers 103, T-wolves 96

MINNEAPOLIS - Brandon Roy had 27 points and nine assists, playing biggest during a game-deciding 12-2 run in the fourth quarter.

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