The Blazers and Suns took to twitter to poke a little fun at the Eastern Conference, and Rockets general manager Daryl Morey couldn't resist getting in on the action.
15-Footer time! 11 games, including an ESPN doubleheader. What a great way to spend a Friday evening, right? ...right?!
The season's still early, but our writers have OPINIONS. And these OPINIONS will be heard, DAMMIT.
Teams negotiating contract extensions with players facing restricted free agency in the coming summer are working from a position of strength. With the right to match any offer their restricted free agent receives after the season, organizations hold a ubiquitous power over young players throughout such discourse.
In a vacuum, teams assessing whether or not to award a non-maximum extension before the early-season deadline should ask themselves a simple question: Is there a chance this prospective deal comes in below a player's market value this summer? If not, there's just no blanket justification for granting these often-lucrative contracts. Outperform expectations? Franchises will gladly pay the inflated price. Underwhelm? That omnipresent power in free agency remains.
15-Footer time! 12 games on the Friday night slate. We've got word association and Hot Sports Takes for you. Dive on in!
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It may be Sunday and technically football season, but it's also Sunday and there are several games worth your while. You could go out and be productive with your Sunday evening, but after I spent all
In their first games of the year, both the Philadelphia 76ers and Phoenix Suns registered upset victories and made some question how dedicated they were to tanking. Yet tanking is just one pursuit for teams like the Sixers and Suns.
The Washington Wizards have acquired Marcin Gortat, Shannon Brown, Malcolm Lee and Kendall Marshall from the Phoenix Suns for the expiring contract of veteran big man Emeka Okafor and a protected 2014 first-round pick to No. 12.
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The two-point guard line up isn’t necessarily new. It was heavily employed by George Karl, first with