Cuban gives Jason Kidd $25M contract, Why?

Mark Cuban and the Dallas Mavericks are ecstatic because Jason Kidd has verbally agreed to sign a 3-year/ $25M deal on Wednesday. I don’t understand what all the excitement is about. Jason Kidd will be in the Hall of Fame one day, but like many other players still in the NBA, his best days are […]

Kobe and Artest: A Match Made In The Shower

If you’re like me, you were kinda miffed when you heard that the Rockets had traded Ron Artest to the Lakers for Trevor Ariza. My miffness was two-fold. 1) Why would the Rockets part ways with Artest? Especially since Yao Ming may be done forever and maybe, just maybe you can get a healthy T-Mac […]

The Stacking Of Teams Continues In The NBA As Rasheed Wallace Has Signed With The Celtics

The “NBA Live”-like player movement continued last night with Rasheed Wallace deciding to sign with the Boston Celtics. Two newspapers are reporting the Celtics have reached an agreement with free agent Rasheed Wallace. Bill Strickland, Wallace’s agent, told the Boston Herald and the Boston Globe on Sunday night that the 34-year-old forward told him to […]

5 Athletes That Shouldn’t Act Ever Again

Athletes have always tried their hands in other realms of entertainment. Many have written books, released albums, produced and directed films, but most that seek the limelight away from their respective sports attempt acting. Why? I have no idea. What many athletes fail to realize is that acting is hard work. Most successful actors have […]

3 worst GM’s in the NBA

The NBA free agent season has begun and many trades and acquisitions will be made to improve NBA squads. General Managers of the NBA, the guys that are responsible for signing and trading players, are the “stars” of this part of the year. Some excel while others fail horribly. Below I’ve listed 3 of the […]

Walsh preparing for 2010 free agent class

New York Knick President, Donnie Walsh, has made it clear that he plans on being a big spender next summer, 2010. What about the Knicks players that will enter free agency tomorrow? Here’s how Donnie responded to that. “I’m always looking at 2010, because I want to be in the free agent market in a […]

Digging Through Slam’s Top 50 NBA Players

No Guts reader Keezy W send us his beefs with Slam’s new top 50 list. Slam Magazine has released their new list of the top 50 Greatest NBA players of all time. The first list was made in 1997 and revised for the first time in 2003 and extended to 75 players. In 2009 it’s […]

These Guys Surely Haven’t Forgotten About Steven A. Smith

If you’re like me and never had to privilege to take in the work of The Steven A. Smith Heckling Society, then you’re definitely in for a treat. These guys have been showing up at the NBA Draft since 2006 just to give Steven A. a good heckling. Well since Mr. A. Smith wasn’t at […]

Ranking NBA Decades By #1 Draft Picks

Now that the dust has kinda settled from this year’s NBA draft, we can finally get into the debate of which decade has had the best #1 draft picks. Of course, some haven’t had the time to really make their case and we’re completely aware of this fact (so no need to bring it up), […]

Cavs land Shaq, but Lebron’s NYC bound in 2010

Danny Ferry and the rest of the Cleveland Cavalier’s front office are desperately trying to surround Lebron James with championship talent. Last season they acquired Mo Williams, now they’ve managed to sign one of the greatest big men in NBA history, Shaquille O’neal. Despite the Cavs best efforts, Lebron still will leave in 2010. Where […]

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