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May 5 (The Sports Xchange) - Frank Vogel will not be fired, but the Indiana Pacers asked him not to stay. "Frank's not getting fired. His contract is up and I just made the decision not to renew it," Pacers president Larry Bird said at a press conference Thursday morning. - - Steph Curry did not participate in three-on-three drills or scrimmage with the Golden State Warriors on Thursday, and coach Steve Kerr deemed the reigning NBA MVP unlikely to play in Game 3 of the second-round playoff series against the Trail Blazers on Saturday in Portland, Ore. Diagnosed with a sprained knee ligament on April 24, Curry sat out the final two games of the first-round series against the Houston Rockets and missed the two Warriors wins over the Trail Blazers in Oakland, Calif. - - Washington Wizards All-Star point guard John Wall underwent surgery on both knees, the team announced. Wall underwent surgery on his left knee to remove calcium deposits. He also had an arthroscopic procedure on his right knee to clean out loose bodies. - - The Philadelphia 76ers named Marc Eversley as vice president of player personnel and appointed Ned Cohen as associate vice president and chief of staff, the team announced Thursday. The 76ers also promoted Brandon Williams to vice president of basketball administration. (Editing by Frank Pingue)