Monthly Archives: June 2011

NBA Lockout Begins Friday at 12:01 am

The worst fears of all fans of the NBA will come to pass at 12:01 am Friday morning according to a report from “ESPN.com” as negotiations have broken down between NBA Team Owners and the NBA Players Association on a … Continue reading

Posted in NBA Lockout | Tagged , , , , , | Leave a comment

Blazers Submit Qualifying Offer To Injury Prone Greg Oden

After playing just 81 games since being selected with the first pick in the 2007 NBA Draft Greg Oden will become a Free Agent this summer. His team the Portland Trail Blazers had one of two options before June 30; … Continue reading

Posted in NBA Contracts, NBA Free Agent, NBA Injuries, NBA Team Analysis | Tagged , , , , | Leave a comment

Thunder Sign Nazr Mohammed To Extension

The Oklahoma City Thunder signed veteran center Nazr Mohammed to a one year extension on Wednesday according to a report from the “Oklahoman” which will keep him from exploring the Free Agent market once a new NBA Collective Bargaining Agreement … Continue reading

Posted in NBA Contracts, NBA Free Agent | Tagged , , | Leave a comment

Cuban Offers Reward For Capture Of Dallas Rapist

During the days of my childhood in the early sixties professional ball players and the men who owned pro-sports teams were looked at as a bunch of good guys and examples of what kids should emulate as they reached adulthood. … Continue reading

Posted in NBA Off The Court News, NBA OVERTIME Appreciation | Tagged , , , | 1 Comment

Has Raymond Felton Found A Home With The Trail Blazers?

Point guard Raymond Felton has done quite a bit of traveling in the last year. For the first five years of his career in the¬†Association Felton played for the team that drafted him with the fifth pick in the 2005 … Continue reading

Posted in NBA Team Analysis, NBA Trades | Tagged , , , , , | Leave a comment

Former Atlanta Hawks Player Lorenzo Charles Dies In Bus Crash

Lorenzo Charles, who will always be a hero at North Carolina State for slamming home the winning dunk over the Houston Cougars to win the 1983 NCAA Title was killed in a bus-wreck on Monday according to a report from … Continue reading

Posted in NBA Deaths, NBA NEWS | Tagged , , , | 1 Comment

NBA Overtime Editor Jeff Sack Will Be Guest On Unsigned Tuesday Night

How did your favorite team in the Association do last Thursday night in the 2011 NBA Draft? Is a Lockout in the NBA this Friday a sure thing; or are there other alternatives that NBA Team Owners and Commissioner David … Continue reading

Posted in OMNES.TV | Tagged , | Leave a comment

Hornets David West Opts Out Of Last Year Of Contract To Explore Free Agency

Coming off ACL surgery on his left knee that ended his NBA campaign early most NBA observers assumed New Orleans Hornets forward David West would stick with the status quo and would not opt out of the final year of … Continue reading

Posted in NBA Contracts, NBA Free Agent | Tagged , , , | Leave a comment

For The Good Of The Game NBA Must Extend Negotiations Past June 30

The NFL is the most popular sport in the nation, while Major League Baseball is America’s pastime. Although my favorite pro-sport is the NBA I am in the minority in this country as the Association is at best a distant … Continue reading

Posted in Commentary, NBA Analysis, NBA Controversy, NBA Lockout, NBA Off The Court Issues | Tagged , , , , , | Leave a comment

Riley Wants To Add Youth And Speed To Next Season's Heat Squad

Although They did not achieve their goal of winning an NBA Title in their first season together the revamped Miami Heat still had a great season by any team’s standards as they took the Dallas Mavericks to game six of … Continue reading

Posted in NBA Draft Picks, NBA Executives, NBA Rookies, NBA Team Analysis | Tagged , , , | Leave a comment