AUBURN HILLS, Mich. -- LeBron James says he has not committed to play for the United States at the Olympics.
A message Saturday on the Twitter account of longtime NBA writer Peter Vecsey said James and Carmelo Anthony had accepted Olympic invites.
James spoke at Cleveland's shootaround Sunday before a playoff game at Detroit. When asked if he has committed to the Rio Games, he said: "I have not."
James would have a chance to win his third Olympic gold medal if he plays in Brazil this summer.
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Hornets: Batum unsure if he'll play Game 4
CHARLOTTE, N.C. -- Hornets forward Nicolas Batum says he hasn't ruled himself out for Game 4 of Charlotte's first-round playoff series against the Miami Heat on Monday night.
Batum missed Game 3 with a strained left foot. The Hornets won 96-80 on Saturday night to pull the series to 2-1.
Batum walked around at practice Sunday, his left foot heavily taped, and shot some mid-range jumpers.
Batum says the ankle has improved and some of the swelling has subsided since he injured it in Game 2, but: "I hope (I can play), but I really can't say yes or no. I don't know how I'm going to feel (Monday). I am doing everything I can to be back as soon as possible."
Batum is averaging 16.5 points, 4.5 rebounds and 2.0 assists in the playoffs.
Warriors: Curry to play Game 4 vs. Rockets
HOUSTON -- Golden State Warriors star Stephen Curry will play on Sunday against the Houston Rockets in Game 4 of a first-round playoff series.
Curry sprained his right ankle in the series opener and missed the last two games. Golden State won the first one without him, but Houston took Game 3 on Thursday night to cut the series deficit to 2-1.
Curry practiced with the team the past two days, and after he went through his pregame warmup on Sunday, the Warriors announced that he would play.