Michael Jordan’s First Order Of Duty As Owner Of The Bobcats, A Name Change?

Rick Bonnell of the Charlotte Observer sheds light on one of the first issues Michael Jordan will have to deal with. A name change for his Charlotte Bobcats. And according to the multitudes of emails Bonnell has received about the subject, folks in Charlotte are really behind the idea. If Michael Jordan listens to his customers, and potential customers, he’ll […]

Al Jefferson Charged With DWI, Suspended By The Timberwolves

Al Jefferson’s weekend was rather costly. It costed him his freedom (for a few hours) and now it will cost him $293K. The Timberwolves’ big man was arrested on Saturday night for alleged drunk driving and has been subsequently suspended by the team for two games. Jefferson was arrested on Interstate 394 just outside downtown […]

Deron Williams Isn’t Happy About Ronnie Brewer Being Traded

The NBA trade deadline was used by a number of teams to position themselves to cash in on the huge free agent class this summer. The Utah Jazz weren’t one of those teams. In fact, the Jazz may have made one of their own began to ponder whether or not he wants to be in […]

Will Jamison Trade Help Cavs Win A Championship?

The Cleveland Cavaliers have made another key acquisition, one they hope will persuade LeBron James to stay beyond July 2010. The problem with this move is Antwan Jamison is now 33-years-old. The trade would have made more sense if it occurred 3 or 4 years ago. Sure, Jamison can still score, he averages 20 ppg […]

Tracy McGrady Headed To The Knicks

The Houston Rockets, Sacramento Kings and New York Knicks have agreed to terms that will expand the Houston-Sacramento deal into a three-way trade that lands Tracy McGrady with the Knicks, according to NBA front-office sources. The Knicks will acquire McGrady and Sergio Rodriguez from Sacramento, sources said. The Rockets get Kevin Martin, Jordan Hill and […]

Julian Wright Wants In On The Trade Deadline Action

Julian Wright of the New Orleans Hornets isn’t exactly setting the NBA on fire this season. His season average of 3 points and 2 rebounds is definitely not anything to write home about. So it’s pretty easy to see why teams aren’t blowing up the Hornets’ phone in pursuit of him. But Wright is wishing […]

Eight Burning Questions For NBA All Star Weekend

NBA All Star weekend is finally upon us. I know, I know. You have questions. Heck, I do too. Luckily for me, I have this here blog to ask mine. I don’t know what you’re gonna do. No, I won’t ask yours here. Get your own blog. But since you’re here, have a listen to […]

Report: Rick Pitino Is Interested In The New Jersey Nets Job [UPDATE]

We can all agree that the last year has been rough for Rick Pitino. He spent the summer fighting off the wolves looking for blood during his admission of infidelity. And he’s spent the last couple of months watching John Calipari and his old squad, Kentucky, take the college hoops world by storm while his […]

NBA All-Star Tickets Around 92,000 And Counting

Bad Economy, you say? A week removed from the most watched Super Bowl in history, the NBA Star game is poised to shatter the record for the most people to attend a basketball game Mavericks president Terdema Ussery said Monday that ticket sales for Sunday’s NBA All-Star Game have “officially passed 90,000 _ and we’re […]

Better Luck Next Year, New Orleans Hornets

The New Orleans Hornets season went out the window when PG Chris Paul went down with a knee injury last week. The All-Star point guard underwent knee surgery earlier today and will likely be out 1 to 2 months. Paul leads the Hornets in scoring, assists and steals. The team is currently 2 games out […]

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