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Updated: November 6, 2003, 9:21 AM ET
By By Terry Brown | NBA Insider
Chicago Bulls: Eddy Curry is stinking up the joint and he knows it. "I need to take some time off, like maybe five months," Curry said in the Chicago Sun Times. "But I'm still confident. Nothing's happening for me right now. I don't know what's up." But his coach, on the hot seat himself, isn't about to give his center any breaks. "We're going to throw Eddy back out there, because Eddy has to learn," Bill Cartwright said. "The thing with Eddy is he's trying to do too much once again. We took him out not for his offense, but for his defense."


Los Angeles Lakers: Robert Horry may miss his old team, the Lakers, but he isn't about to shed any tears over it or miss a meal. "I always catch a little bit of the third quarter or the fourth quarter (of Lakers games) while I'm having dinner somewhere," he said in the L.A. Daily News. "But I pretty much don't watch it, because I be hungry." Oh, and he isn't bitter anymore, either. "Once I found out the Spurs wanted me, all the hurt went out the window," Horry said. "It's just a business. ... You handle it like you're supposed to and be professional about it and you go on."