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New Orleans Pelicans center Alexis Ajinca admitted he had a hard time focusing on basketball late on Friday.
The Frenchman was worried about the safety of his family in Paris after deadly terrorist attacks. He didnand’t get confirmation they were all safe until after New Orleansand’ 100-81 loss at Toronto, and he was especially concerned for a cousin who was at the football friendly rocked by suicide bombers. andquotItand’s just a crazy world. You think youand’re safe, youand’re just walking down the street and the next thing you know, people start shooting,andquot Ajinca said. andquotMy prayers go to my family and friends.andquot Ajinca wrote andquotPray for Parisandquot on his sneakers, and asked his Twitter followers to andquotPray for my family and friendsandquot before the game. After Indiana Pacers center Ian Mahinmi used Twitter to express his condolences. NBA results on Sunday: New York 95, New Orleans 87 Memphis 114, Minnesota 106 Charlotte 106, Portland 94 Utah 97, Atlanta 96 Boston 100, Oklahoma City 85 Sacramento 107, Toronto 101 and LA Lakers 97, Detroit 85.


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