The No. 2 Orlando Magic took a 3-0 series advantage over the No. 7 Charlotte Bobcats, narrowly besting Larry Brown’s team 90-86 Sunday. It seems that the Magic will have no problem dispatching the Bobcats and may very well do… Continue Reading
Brandon Roy has been activated for Game 4 of the Suns-Blazers series. The Hornets sale discussions are at an impasse. Amar’e Stoudemire was given a flagrant foul for his violent elbow in Game 3. Bucks GM John Hammond is the… Continue Reading
It seems like I can’t stop writing about the Thunder. It’s just that the franchise is so enticing. Three games into Oklahoma City’s first playoff series against the Los Angeles Lakers, hopes are high for the players and fans. While… Continue Reading
NBA Commissioner David Stern is fed up with the criticism of the officials. Will Chris Bosh end up in Oklahoma City next season? That’d be scary. Kobe Bryant breaks the Lakers’ playoff scoring record previously held by Jerry West. FSU… Continue Reading
Amid the Thunder’s first-round postseason series with the Lakers, the NBA announced yesterday that the Oklahoma City head coach Scott Brooks was the recipient of the league’s coach of the year award for the 2009-2010 season. Despite his team’s trailing… Continue Reading
The last resident in the Barclays Center footprint has decided to leave of his own accord. Blazers forward Nicolas Batum is questionable for Game 3 against the Suns. While Joakim Noah might hate Cleveland, LeBron James loves Chicago.
So Mark Cuban announced he hates the Spurs. Seems fair. After all, the Spurs and his Mavericks both play in Texas, they both play in the Western Conference, and the Spurs have four championships in the last eleven years. Dallas?… Continue Reading
Mike Dunleavy has a payment issue with his former organization, the Los Angeles Clippers. Mark Cuban hates the Spurs. Andrei Kirilenko hopes to return to the Jazz from injury earlier than expected.
After coming to Portland in a mid-year deal with in the Los Angeles Clippers, Marcus Camby and the Trailblazers have agreed upon a 2-year, $21 million contract extension that will have him playing until 2012. Camby is now 36 and… Continue Reading
Dwight Howard repeats as the NBA’s Defensive Player of the Year. The Portland Trailblazers are working on a contract extension for the 36-year-old Marcus Camby. Kyle Singler, a junior at Duke, will return to school next season after his team’s… Continue Reading