There are a few NBA teams out there who don’t need to make many changes in order to stay in contention. Take the Lakers for example: A lineup that includes 4 all-stars, all they’re missing is a point
Multiple sources are indicating that Ray Allen, the NBA's all-time leader in made three-point field goals, has reached a contract agreement with the Miami Heat. Allen, of course, is an unrestricted
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Multiple sources are reporting that the Los Angeles Lakers have acquired Steve Nash from the Phoenix Suns via sign-and-trade for several future draft considerations. In return for the 38 year-old future
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What a start for Danny Ferry as GM of the Atlanta Hawks, what a coup for a team that's clearly reached its peak, and what a sigh of relief for an organization that's known as much for its history of questionable
Despite the small-ball centric NBA Finals and the way the league's been trending for the past several seasons, 2012's brief but hectic off-season has been no different than any other with respect to size.