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Tyson Chandler Out 4-6 Weeks, Celtics Beat Jazz 97-87

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In basketball, the New York Knicks have lost center Tyson Chandler for between 4-6 weeks with a broken bone in his right leg. The team says that tests showed no ligament or nerve damage and surgery is not required. Chandler left in the first quarter of a 102-97 loss to the Charlotte Bobcats on Tuesday.

Well, Brad Stevens got his first win as the Celtics new coach as Boston beat the Utah Jazz 97-87. Brandon Bass scored 20 points and Jeff Green added 18. Indiana picked up a 97-80 win over Chicago. Orlando defeated the Clippers 98-90. Charlotte topped Toronto 92-90. Washington won against Philadelphia 116-102. Milwaukee took Cleveland 109-104. It was Golden State over Minnesota 106-93. New Orleans bested Memphis 99-84. San Antonio beat Phoenix 99-96 and Dallas fell to Oklahoma City 107-93.

In the NFL, after Miami Dolphins guard Richard Incognito was accused of using profane language and racial slurs toward offensive tackle Jonathan Martin, a senior partner in a New York law firm with experience in sports cases has been appointed to investigate possible misconduct in the Miami Dolphins' workplace.

The Dolphins have pledged full support in the investigation, the NFL said. The troubled relationship between Martin and Incognito has left both players sidelined.

Defensive coordinator Wade Phillips will be Houston's interim head coach with Gary Kubiak out indefinitely after suffering a mini-stroke this weekend.

Checking news on the ice, it was the NY Rangers over Pittsburgh 5-1. Chicago passed Winnipeg 4-1. Nashville defeated Colorado 6-4 and Anaheim edged Phoenix 5-2.

Finally in soccer, Sporting Kansas City beat the New England Revolution 3-1 to reach the Eastern Conference finals. Houston also advanced to the MLS Eastern Conference finals with a 2-1 victory over the New York Red Bulls.

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