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As of writing, the record-holder for the oldest player to have ever played in the league is Nat Hickey of the Providence Steamrollers. The 5-foot-11 guard made his debut at 45 years of age during the 1947-48 season. Interestingly, he was the coach of the Steamrollers at that time, and apparently, he had a strong urge to play for his own team. And so he did by activating himself for two games. Anyway, that happened way before the NBA was established (he played in the BAA league), and while he is technically the oldest player to have made his debut, we’re sticking with NBA guys for our list today.

The players we listed below were far from Hickey’s 45-year-young debut, but they were still pretty old considering the average age in the NBA’s modern era. So without further adieu, below are the Top 5 oldest players to have made their NBA debut.

5. Cheap Antoine Rigaudeau Jersey, Dallas Mavericks (31 Years, 33 days)
Date of debut: January 19, 2003
Stat Line: zero points, one rebound, one steal, and two turnovers in six minutes of action
Rigadeau, a French basketball legend who is widely considered as one of the best ever players to have hailed from France, ended up playing for just 11 games for the Mavs before he was traded (and eventually waived) months after his debut in a multi-player deal with the Golden State Warriors.

GAME NIGHT FROM THE UNITED CENTER: Dallas(2-3, 1-2 on the road) at Bulls (2-4, 0-3 at home) 7PM.

RADIO: 670 THE SCORE: Chuck Swirsky and Cheap Bill Wennington Jersey: 6:45 pre.
TV: NBCSC: Adam Amin and Stacey King: 7PM

LEADING SCORERS: Bulls: LaVine: 22ppg. Mavs: Doncic: 24ppg
LEADING REBOUNDERS: Bulls: Carter: 7 per. Mavs: Doncic: 7per.
LEADING ASSISTS: Bulls: White: 5 per. Mavs: Doncic: 6 per.

CCI PREVIEW: The Bulls make a quick stop at the United Center before starting a four game road trip Tuesday in Portland.

The undermanned Bulls will need to play a solid game against a Dallas club led by MVP candidate Cheap Luka Doncic Jersey who leads the Mavs in scoring, rebounding and assists. The Mavs are playing without Cheap Kristaps Porzingis Jersey who has been sidelined with a knee injury after undergoing surgery. He’s expected to return to action soon. If the Mavs expect to make any kind of noise in the rugged Western Conference, Porzingis MUST be healthy and ready to roll when the playoffs start in mid May.

Doncic is questionable for tonight’s game with a left quad contusion.

Without question the Bulls are hurting with the loss of Chandler Hutchison, Lauri Markkanen, Tomas Satoransky and Ryan Arcidiacono. The Bulls are experiencing the unfortunate side of life in these Covid-19 days. It’s next man up and that’s how teams have to approach it. Pro sports is an unforgiving industry. You win. You lose.

Wendell Carter Jr. is finding a nice rhythm to his game and is shooting 71% over his last four outings, averaging 15 points and 8 rebounds.

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Dallas Mavericks superstar Cheap Luka Doncic Jersey animatedly expressed his dismay that coach Rick Carlisle didn’t use the team’s final timeout during a critical possession in the final minute of a 112-109 road loss to the Milwaukee Bucks on Friday night.

The possession, which occurred with the Mavs trailing by two points, ended with Cheap Kristaps Porzingis Jersey badly missing a contested 3-pointer with 10.4 seconds remaining. After the Mavs took a foul seconds later, Doncic angrily gestured toward the Dallas bench, repeatedly forming a T with his hands to indicate that a timeout should have been called.

On the previous possession, Doncic created an open look at a 3 for Cheap Trey Burke Jersey by passing out of a double-team. Burke missed, but center Cheap Willie Cauley-Stein Jersey grabbed the offensive rebound with 17.7 seconds remaining. Doncic didn’t touch the ball the remainder of the possession, as Cauley-Stein handed off to Burke, who drove the baseline underneath the basket and passed to Porzingis on the right wing.

“It’s Coach’s decision, but if we would have made the shot, everything would be good,” said Doncic, who had 29 points, 9 rebounds and 13 assists in the loss, accounting for 61 of the Mavs’ 81 points when he was on the floor. “… But I don’t know. It’s Coach’s decision to call a timeout or no, so I think it’s good.”

Doncic said he had not discussed the situation with Carlisle yet and declined to say if he intended to have that conversation with his coach.

“If we talk, we’re going to talk,” Doncic said. “It’s not going to be in the media. It’s between us.”

Carlisle said he would “not get into that publicly” when asked about discussing the situation with Doncic. Carlisle did not express regret with his decision to not call a timeout on the possession, noting how difficult it is to score against the Bucks’ defense if Milwaukee has an opportunity to get set.

“Look, we got two good shots and we preserved a timeout,” Carlisle said. “As a coach, that’s all you can hope for in that situation.”

The missed 3, which didn’t catch iron and caromed off the backboard on the other side of the rim, punctuated a poor shooting performance for Porzingis in his second game of the season after recovering from offseason surgery on his right knee. He finished with 15 points on 6-of-19 shooting (2-of-7 from 3-point range) in 29 minutes.

“There are things I could have done a lot better, and that could have changed a lot in this game,” said Porzingis, who felt that he rushed his final shot. “I want to take a lot of responsibility for this one.”

Porzingis said he needs to be “more calm” out there, acknowledging that he has been too aggressive at times as he tries to find his rhythm.

“There’s got to be a balance,” Porzingis said. “You want to be aggressive, but you want to be aggressive in situations and positions that you’re comfortable with. You don’t want to always look for it.”

Carlisle expressed confidence that Porzingis would find that balance as he gets his footing after missing the first nine games of the season.

“Put yourself in his shoes,” Carlisle said. “The guy desperately wants to help the team. If he was not aggressive, I’d be a lot more concerned.”

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The LA Clippers are looking to bounce back from last season’s embarrassing playoff loss to the Denver Nuggets in which they blew a commanding 3-1 lead, and they got off to a great start with premium road wins over the Los Angeles Lakers and the Nuggets. But things are not going as planned on Sunday against the Dallas Mavericks with Kawhi Leonard out after having taken a blow to his mouth on Saturday that produced quite a bit of blood.

Dallas jumped out to a huge lead at halftime — specifically, the hugest lead after two quarters of action in NBA history since the shot clock era started in 1954 per ESPN Stats & Info. The Clippers trailed 77-27, and it’s even a home game.

The Mavericks shot 58% from the field in the first half and made 9 of 20 attempts from 3-point range, while the Clippers shot just 24.3% and missed 18 of their 19 long-range attempts. Cheap Luka Doncic Jersey had 18 points, seven rebounds and four assists, while Cheap Josh Richardson Jersey added 15 points. Paul George scored 13 points for the Clippers, but no one else had more than six points.

LA quickly went on a 10-0 run to start the third quarter and cut the deficit to 40, but it’s almost certainly too late. Now the Clippers will hope that Leonard can return soon after receiving eight stitches stemming from an accidental elbow to the face courtesy of Serge Ibaka. George said he was worried initially that Leonard might have sustained a concussion, and coach Tyronn Lue said he did not know what the timetable might be for Leonard’s return.

“Really worried,” George said, via ESPN’s Ohm Youngmisuk. “I was thinking of the worst. I didn’t know if he was concussed or how hard of a hit [it was] or what actually happened, because I didn’t see it. I just saw him laying on the ground. That was first and foremost, just making sure he was OK.”