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Rangers' Young to attend to family matters

SURPRISE, Ariz. (AP) — Michael Young is leaving the Texas Rangers — for a couple of days, anyway.
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Wainright and Padilla have arm injuries

Adam Wainright's season might be over and Vincent Padilla could be out for a prolonged stretch. Despite receiving an injection in his knee, Joe Mauer insists he if fine.
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Nets land Williams in blockbuster trade

SALT LAKE CITY (AP) — The New Jersey Nets finally landed a big-name All-Star in a blockbuster trade that gives them point guard Deron Williams and sends rookie Derrick Favors and point guard Devin Harris to the Utah Jazz.
The Jazz also will receive the Nets' first-round pick in 2011, which could be a lottery pick, cash, and Golden State's 2012 first-round draft pick.
The Nets now hope Williams will sign a contract extension with them, which they can offer this summer. If so, he would become the face of their franchise when they move into their new arena in Brooklyn for the 2012-13 season.
The 6-foot-3 Williams was selected third overall in the first round of the 2005 NBA draft by Utah from Illinois. He is in his sixth NBA season and holds career averages of 17.3 points, 3.2 rebounds and 9.1 assists.
New Jersey also dealt Troy Murphy and a second-round draft pick to Golden State for Brandan Wright and Dan Gadzuric.
In other NBA news- The Hornets and Kings agreed on a trade sending forward Carl Landry to New Orleans in exchange for shooting guard Marcus Thornton and cash.
The deal gives the playoff-contending Hornets depth in the front court, but at the cost of a popular former LSU star who can score in a flurry.
It also upset at least one NBA owner — the Dallas Mavericks' Mark Cuban — who questioned the fairness of the NBA allowing a league-owned team to absorb more salary while at the same time sending cash to the other club involved in the trade.
The struggling Atlanta Hawks acquired guard Kirk Hinrich from Washington in a five-player trade, upgrading their backcourt for the playoff run.
The Hawks also received forward Hilton Armstrong in exchange for guard Mike Bibby, rookie guard Jordan Crawford, swingman Maurice Evans and a first-round pick in this year's draft.
The Hawks have lost four out of five games and slipped to fifth in the top-heavy Eastern Conference. Not only do they have to worry about catching the teams ahead of them; the sixth-place New York Knicks.

More active players join NFL labor talks on Day 6

WASHINGTON (AP) — NFL Players Association executive committee members Brian Dawkins, Jeff Saturday, Mike Vrabel and Brian Waters participated in labor negotiations
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CJ Wilson and Edinson Volquez to start openers

C.J. Wilson and Edinson Volquez got the good news early: They'll be starting on opening day.
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