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Three Things to Know: Tony Parker out as starter, Dejounte Murray in for Spurs

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Every day in the NBA there is a lot to unpack, so every weekday morning throughout the season we will give you the three things you need to know from the last 24 hours in the NBA. 1) Tony Parker loses starting job to Dejounte Murray, Spurs lose anyway to Pacers. Since getting back into the lineup after off-season quad surgery, future Hall of Famer Tony Parker has started all 21 games he has played in.

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Magic stun Celtics, Pacers stop Spurs

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The Orlando Magic parlayed a big third quarter into a 103-95 upset of the Boston Celtics on Sunday, their third win in 20 games coming against the NBA's Eastern Conference leaders. Elfrid Payton scored 22 points for the Magic, who had lost their last 14 games in Boston in a skid stretching back to February 2010. "It feels good to get a win, especially after playing well," Payton said.

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Irving scores 40 points on return but Celtics lose again

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Kyrie Irving marked his return from injury with a 40-point game against the Orlando Magic, but he could not prevent the Boston Celtics from slipping to a home defeat. Irving missed the Celtics' defeat to the Philadelphia 76ers because of a shoulder problem but returned on Sunday with an excellent performance. The five-time All-Star point guard went 14 of 23 from the field and hit five of his seven shots from the three-point line, but the Celtics were still beaten 103-95 at TD Garden.

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Lakers’ Ball remains sidelined with knee injury

The Los Angeles Lakers don't have a return date yet for Lonzo Ball, but the rookie guard is expected to accompany the team on its longest road trip of the season, according to coach Luke Walton. Ball, who missed his fourth straight game on Sunday with a sore left knee as the Lakers hosted the New York Knicks, is also expected to sit out Tuesday against the Boston Celtics. The Lakers depart after that game for a five-game, 11-day road trip beginning Friday in Chicago.

Source – sports.yahoo.com