Ben Wallace heads back to Detroit

Ben Wallace will return to the Detroit Pistons for what appears to be a farewell tour after signing a 1-yr/$1.3M deal. After leaving the Pistons and signing a lucrative $60M/4-yr deal in July 2006 with the Bulls, Wallace’s play on the court has declined. The 6-foot-9 center was once a dominating force in the middle […]

California H.S. basketball star quits school to play in Israel

Jeremy Tyler, a 6-foot-11 high school junior that averaged 28.7ppg his junior year, has decided to leave San Diego Prep and play professional basketball in Israel. Obviously, this young man hasn’t been advised by the smartest and most practical advisers. His agent, B.J. Armstrong, yes, the one the played with Michael Jordan, stated, ” several […]

Kurt Rambis’ First Duty As Timberwolves Head Coach? Write A Letter, Of Course

Truthfully, I really don’t know why I’m so interested in the Minnesota Timberwolves these days. I guess because I’ve never seen anyone put their imprint on a team faster than the Prez, David Kahn has. Everything that has happened with this team in the past few months has been the Prez’s vision. As it should […]

Hey Look Everybody, It’s A Letter From David Kahn

Gather round children, for we have just received a letter from your favorite and our favorite Prez of Basketball Operations, David Kahn. I know you’re undoubtedly sitting on the edge of your seat awaiting to hear what the Kahn has to say because this guy is revolutionizing the Prez of Basketball Operations position right before […]

NBA All-star suspended for using PED’s, when will it end?

Orlando Magic’s forward Rashard Lewis is the latest athlete to be suspended for failing a drug test. Lewis tested positive for elevated testosterone levels Thursday and will serve a 10-game suspension to begin the 2009-10 season. As expected, Lewis claims this drug was bought over the counter and that he did not know its contents […]

This Twitter Thing Is Getting Outrageous As J.R. Smith’s Page Is In The Midst Of A Gang Controversy

In the past few days, the push to limit the amount of tweeting (or just dispel it altogether) by athletes and sports personalities has been in full throttle. Tweets at Green Bay’s training camp have been outlawed, ESPN personalities had their hands slapped, Antonio Cromartie got fined for tweeting about the lackluster food a Chargers […]

Shaq’s off-season schedule should make Cavs nervous

NBA star center Shaquille O’neal has had an extremely eventful off season. He’s been traded to the Cleveland Cavaliers and, to the organization’s dismay, has been everywhere in the world besides at home resting and conditioning for the upcoming season. You see, in his 17 year career O’neal has never played a full 82-game season, […]

Here’s Two Utterly Useless NBA Trades To Hold You Over Until The MLB Trade Deadline

While MLB teams are teasing us with blockbuster deals, the NBA is picking up the slack by forcing useless trades down our throat. ESPN’s Mark Stein is reporting that the Bobcats and Hornets have agreed in principle to a trade that will send Tyson Chandler to the Charlotte Bobcats and Emeka Okafor to the Hornets. […]

Kobe is on tour

How many U.S. athletes can go around the world and sell out arenas and have screaming fans chase them around? Not many, but Lakers superstar guard Kobe Bryant is among the few. Most people tour Asia, but Kobe is on tour. This tour isn’t just an unplanned trip to the far east, but rather a […]

The Dispute Between Don Nelson And Mark Cuban Has Lead To Some Great Quotes

Remember back in the day when Don Nelson was coaching the Mavericks? Remember the beef between Don Nelson and Mark Cuban? If you don’t, it doesn’t matter because I don’t intend on digging into the feud itself. I do intend on digging into the testimony from both Nelson and Cuban in a contract dispute over […]

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