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PHILADELPHIA — Markelle Fultz heard 20,000 fans chanting “Fultz! Fultz! Fultz!” and for a fleeting moment he thought they were serenading Philly’s most popular athlete.

“I thought they were saying `Nick Foles,” Fultz said of the Super Bowl MVP for the champion Philadelphia Eagles.

“Then I realized it, and it was pretty dope. These fans are great, and I love them.”

The Sixers and their fans wanted the No. 1 pick to play and — after five often-confusing months — they got him.

Fultz scored 10 points and had eight assists in his first game since October, helping the Philadelphia 76ers beat the Denver Nuggets 123-104 on Monday night.

The first selection of the 2017 draft shot an airball, had three shots blocked and artfully attacked the lane, flashing glimpses of what has made him both a mystery project and prominent prospect.

With Philadelphia having clinched a playoff berth for the first time since 2012, Fultz decided the time was right to return from the injured shoulder and busted confidence that had cost him all but four games of his rookie season.

Fultz was on a media blackout in his absence and said nothing in his public return to clarify his situation.

He basically ignored the first two questions about his shoulder, and instead thanked teammates and coaches for their support during rehab.

Why was today the day to play?

“Just woke up and it was that day,” he said.

His next two answers were as empty as his stat line since October.

Did he do something to hurt his shoulder or just feel soreness?

Fultz rubbed his face and stared straight without talking and grabbed a towel someone tossed him. His wiped his face during a few more seconds of awkward silence.

Why not talk about the injury?

Blank stare.

Fultz sparked the 76ers at times in actions, certainly not words, in a reserve role.

“He looked confident,” coach Brett Brown said. “I thought it was a real, sort of bold, gutsy effort that he made given where he was now where he is.”

The 19-year-old Fultz played the 76ers’ first four games of the season before he was ruled out indefinitely in October with soreness and a scapular muscle imbalance in the shoulder.

The Sixers aren’t sure what they’ll get out of Fultz as they push toward 50 wins.

“That is a great unknown,” team president Bryan Colangelo said. “I’m not sure I have the answer. We will have to … certainly not judge tonight as the sole case of what to expect going forward.”

Fultz checked in to a standing ovation with 2:54 left in the first quarter and drove down the baseline for a quick basket. But Fultz — whose awkward shooting form made him a punchline in the NBA — fired an airball later in the quarter.

Perhaps trying to force his shot too much, Fultz also had two shots blocked on the same possession. He was a pedestrian 1 for 4 with three assists in the first half.

Fultz scored two baskets in the third quarter, missed a spin move in the lane and had another shot blocked.

“It was a little bit of excitement and little bit of just like, I gotta help the team,” Fultz said. “Once I stepped on the floor, it felt great just to be back out there with my brothers.”

He did not shoot a 3-pointer or attempt a free-throw. It was his gruesome, clunky form at the line that got him mocked on social media.

“That’s what the media’s job is, to try to do what they have to do to get paid,” Fultz said.

The fans hardly seemed to care.

Fultz was cheered each time he touched the ball, and they went wild when he sank two jumpers late in the game. The 6-foot-4 guard out of Washington just may have a significant impact after all in the postseason.

“I love these guys. They’re my guys,” Fultz said. “I’m just trying to be the best teammate I can possibly be.”

Joel Embiid had 20 points and 13 rebounds and Ben Simmons had 11 assists for the Sixers.

Will Barton led Denver with 25 points.

Embiid had perhaps his dunk of the season on a one-handed jam over Paul Millsap. Embiid raised the roof in celebration as the crowd roared and the replay was still on the big screen when the Sixers got the ball back and JJ Redick buried a 3.

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Nuggets: Denver scored only 15 points in the third and blew an eight-point halftime lead. … Jamal Murray had 17 points and Millsap 16.

“They got their defense into the game in the third quarter and we didn’t handle it well,” Nuggets coach Michael Malone said. “We started becoming tentative. We started playing against the shot clock.”

Sixers: Waived G James Young. Young averaged 2.8 points in six games. … Simmons topped Allen Iverson to set the team rookie record for assists.

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SAN ANTONIO — Tony Parker ran through embraces and affectionate rubs on the head from teammates pregame like he was scrambling over the tops of screens, but the veteran guard held back the tears Monday for the San Antonio Spurs’ 115-108 win over the Dallas Mavericks.

“No, it was just a lot of emotion, but almost, almost,” Parker said when asked if he shed a tear. “I’m always amazed by all the love from Spurs fans. It’s hard to describe the feeling, but I was just very excited and just wanted to thank everybody for all the support. The city of San Antonio has been amazing, all the fans, the Spurs organization. It was just a great journey, just a great game tonight.”

Parker made his season debut Monday after nearly seven months of inactivity, having rupturing his left quadriceps tendon May 3 during the Western Conference semifinals against the Houston Rockets. Parker hadn’t played in 208 days before chipping in six points and four assists with no turnovers against Dallas on Monday.

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On the night Parker finally made his 2017-18 debut, coach Gregg Popovich was ejected after receiving his third and fourth technical fouls of the season in the second quarter. Meanwhile, Spurs big men LaMarcus Aldridge (season-high 33 points) and Pau Gasol (25 points) combined for 58 of San Antonio’s 115 points.

The 17,918 in attendance roared in applause when the Spurs announced Parker first among the starters during team introductions, and it didn’t take long for the 35-year-old point guard to score his first points. Parker juked Dallas’ Maxi Kleber with a vintage up-and-under layup for his first bucket with 8:51 remaining in the opening quarter.

Just 28 seconds later, Parker blew past Mavericks rookie Dennis Smith Jr. for another basket.

“Big lift, especially emotionally more than anything,” Spurs shooting guard Danny Green said of Parker’s return. “Just to see him warming up with us. I think everybody’s just happy for him, just to see him go through that process — the injury first, then taking that process of six to seven months of being out and not being able to play — and what he’s meant to us and this organization. For him to bounce back, and come in and play pretty quality minutes, and do it at an efficient rate, I’m just happy for him. Hopefully he can get back to his old self and help us. We’ll see where we’re at in a couple of weeks when hopefully we get the other guy [Kawhi Leonard] back.”

Parker played close to nine minutes in the first half, but took the floor again with the starters to start the third quarter.

Parker found Gasol for a cutting dunk to tie the score at 58 with 8:46 left in the third quarter, helping the Spurs overcome an eight-point deficit.
Spurs guard Tony Parker made his season debut Monday against the Mavericks after almost seven months of inactivity due to injury. Soobum Im-USA TODAY Sports
“He played with poise and confidence right off the bat,” Gasol said. “It was great to see, very positive for us. I know he’s very happy that he’s back after seven months of recovery, surgery and all of that. I just look forward to having more of Tony on the floor. He’s a guy that knows how to play the game so well, has so much experience, will make the right play and will get our team moving. That’s something very valuable for us.”

Spurs assistant Ettore Messina, who filled in as head coach once Popovich was ejected, said Parker’s leadership was quickly apparent in the veteran’s season debut.
“Personally, I was pleased to see him,” Messina said. “I think he did one big thing: He really poised the team at the beginning of the second half, not only because he scored, had a couple of jumpers and a couple of assists. But he really calmed down the team and had them executing on both ends of the floor.”

Parker played a total of 14 minutes. Before the game, he figured he’d be “lucky” if Popovich let him play five minutes. Parker said the plan moving forward over the next few games is for him to play somewhere in the neighborhood of 15 minutes each contest.

“I love Tony, he’s a great competitor, a great player,” said Mavericks forward Dirk Nowitzki. “I’m happy to see him back. He’s moving great, so it’s good to see him back.”

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The Los Angeles Lakers are expected to select a guard with the No. 2 pick in the 2017 NBA draft, perhaps UCLA’s Lonzo Ball, if the Boston Celtics pass on him with the No. 1 overall pick. With the Lakers adding a guard via the draft, there are rumors and speculation that one of their current backcourt players could be traded.

Rumor CentralAccording to Basketball Insiders, a source claims management is “increasingly open-minded” regarding the possibility of trading Jordan Clarkson and the potential of moving him by the June 22 draft.

Basketball writer Jordan Schultz adds to the Clarkson speculation by writing: “Per a source, [the Lakers] … are actively seeking out offers [for Clarkson].”

Clarkson, who turns 25 on Wednesday, signed a four-year contract last July and is owed $37.5 million through the 2019-20 NBA season. He is set to make $11.56 million for the 2017-18 season.

In 82 appearances, 19 starts, during the 2016-17 season, Clarkson averaged 14.7 points, 2.6 assists and 3.0 rebounds.

Besides Clarkson, D’Angelo Russell could also see his name in the rumor mill, as some NBA teams may believe that the Lakers might make him available. Lakers V.P. of basketball operations Magic Johnson indicated last week that forward Brandon Ingram, the No. 2 overall pick in 2016, is the only untouchable member of L.A.’s current roster.

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Chris Paul had to be reminded that the Los Angeles Clippers are up to an NBA-leading 14 wins.
They won’t get much easier than this one over the injury-plagued Dallas Mavericks.
Paul scored 18 points, DeAndre Jordan had 16 points and eight rebounds and the Clippers cruised past the Mavericks 124-104 on Wednesday night in a matchup of the teams with the best and worst records in the NBA.
“I honestly didn’t know we had 14 wins,” said Paul, who added four assists and four steals. “I know we have two losses. But for us, when you’ve been in this league for a while, it’s not necessarily about the wins. It’s about how you’re playing and about the spirit.”
Dirk Nowitzki scored 10 points on 3-of-10 shooting in 20 minutes in his return for Dallas after the 13-time All-Star missed eight games with a strained left Achilles tendon.
Austin Rivers added 22 points — half of them in a meaningless fourth quarter — for the Clippers. They had a 30-6 run in the second and third quarters on the way to their fourth straight win and 11th in 12 games.
Harrison Barnes had 22 to lead the Mavericks (2-12). They lost their seventh straight game to match their longest skid since February 1999, during Nowitzki’s rookie season.
Dallas, missing its top three point guards and facing a trip to defending champion Cleveland, is off to its worst start since going 1-23 in 1993-94. The Mavericks started the week with a valiant effort in a loss at San Antonio.
“This is obviously as tough a week as you can get in the NBA,” Nowitzki said. “So hopefully we’ll fight through this and grind out a win here and there. And when the schedule turns in our favour hopefully get more healthy and run off some wins. That’s the only way to do it.”
Blake Griffin had 12 points, seven assists and six rebounds, all in the first three quarters along with the rest of the starters. The Clippers led by 31 in the third.
Rivers scored 11 points in the first half, including 3-pointers just four seconds apart after he hit one, stole the inbound pass and made another. He was 6 of 7 from long range.
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Clippers: LA shot 61 per cent in the first half and made 9 of 14 from 3-point range. … Marreese Speights scored 16 and Jamal Crawford added 15 as the Clippers had a 65-43 advantage in bench scoring. … Speights had his first double-double with a season-high 12 rebounds. The 16 points matched his season high. … JJ Redick had 10 points.
Mavericks: PG Deron Williams sat for the eighth time in nine games with a left calf strain. He said he’s hopeful to play next week. … C Andrew Bogut was called for a flagrant foul on a hip-check of Paul as the Clippers point guard drove to the basket. Paul jumped up and went at Bogut, and the pair kept jawing as the referees prepared to review the play. … Bogut had 12 rebounds and six assists after missing a game with a sore right calf.
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The Clippers will stay in the Dallas area to attend the Washington Redskins-Dallas Cowboys game on Thanksgiving before continuing a six-game trip Friday at Detroit. Paul is a well-documented fan of the Cowboys, who have the NFL’s best record at 9-1. He wore the jersey of rookie running back Ezekiel Elliott, the NFL’s rushing leader, on the flight from Los Angeles. Paul has attended Cowboys training camp in the LA area.
While acknowledging that his team has a bevy of Dallas fans, Clippers coach and Chicago Bears fan Doc Rivers had a parting shot for reporters. “I’m not going to call you any of you guys bandwagon, OK, but this is the first time you guys have mentioned the Cowboys in like four years,” Rivers said.
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The boos were still there for Jordan, who spurned the Mavericks in free agency in the summer of 2015 after agreeing to join them. But they weren’t quite as loud or persistent as the 6-foot-11 centre’s two visits last season.

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If opposing teams need a game-winning basket, stay away from Draymond Green Island. He won’t take too kindly to your scoring attempts in his vicinity.

“Definitely,” Green said. “I think that’s disrespectful to me. I take that as disrespect. Don’t go at me for game. And of course I’ll say that, and next game [they'll] get game or something, but whatever.”

Green’s bold but not surprising comments were made after the Golden State Warriors’ 124-121 narrow road victory over the Milwaukee Bucks on Saturday.

“I think that’s disrespectful to me. I take that as disrespect. Don’t go at me for game. And of course I’ll say that, and next game [they'll] get game or something, but whatever.”

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The Bucks clawed back from a 14-point fourth-quarter deficit to come within two with 10.1 seconds remaining. It was Milwaukee’s ball on the sideline, and Tony Snell was the inbounder. He lobbed the ball to Giannis Antetokounmpo, who was being guarded by Green.

Green reached over Antetokounmpo without fouling and slapped the ball away. Klay Thompson recovered the ball and was fouled immediately. He was sent to the free throw line, where he converted the pair to give the Warriors a four-point lead with eight seconds to go. That was all the cushion needed to wrap up the team’s seventh consecutive win.

Green felt disrespected that the Bucks would target him by going to the player he was guarding, so he made sure to make them pay with a game-saving defensive play.

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“I already knew what play they were running,” Green said. “They have two plays that they run in situations like that. Once Giannis was down on the block, I already knew what they were running, so I was just waiting on them to pass the ball in. I wanted to make it tough and make Tony Snell think about it. I knew once he thought about it that he would throw the lob pass. Then I just went after the ball.”

Green and Antetokounmpo were really going at it while fighting for position on that last inbounds play. Considering Green’s reputation with the officials, he could have been close to being called for an over-the-back foul.

“Nah, because I was on the side of him,” Green said. “If they were going to call it, there really isn’t nothing I can do about it. It’s one thing if we’re down one. I’m going after that ball if we’re up two because No. 1, he got to make two free throws, and we get the last shot. So, yeah, you’re going to have to make those two free throws. I’m going after that ball.”