Monthly Archives: June 2012

Mayo Most Likely Moving On From Memphis

It appears guard O.J. Mayo, will be leaving the city known for its great barbeque and some of the best blues and R&B ever recorded, as the “Memphis Commercial Appeal” has reported that the Memphis Grizzlies did not extend a … Continue reading

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He Shall Return, Garnett To Sign Three-Year Extension With Celtics

There is cause for celebration in “Celtics Nation,” as the “Boston Globe” has reported that the club has reached a deal with veteran big man Kevin Garnett, as he will sign up for another three-year stint with the team. Sources … Continue reading

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Priority For Thunder Is To Keep Scott Brooks On Bench

The formula for building a winning franchise in any pro sport, is quite simple in theory; as it really comes down to a team having two qualities, talent and chemistry. As many teams have found over the years though, even … Continue reading

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Breaking Down The NBA Draft First Round: The Good, The Bad And What Were They Thinking?

The first round of the 2012 NBA Draft is now in the books and as always, featured some rather surprising picks. Let’s take a look at how your favorite team did as they look forward to next season: 1. New … Continue reading

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Will The Clippers Bring Lamar Back To Los Angeles?

Every player that has spent an extended period in the Association, has experienced at least one game during their career, that they would like to bury in the dark recesses of their memory bank. Veteran forward Lamar Odom, is attempting … Continue reading

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Bobcats Trade For Ben Gordon Could Be Right Move For Team And Player

The Charlotte Bobcats ended the regular season with the lowest winning percentage in the history of the Association and Charlotte General Manager Rich Choi, is on a mission to get his club back on track as soon as possible. The … Continue reading

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Larry Legend Heads Home, Bird Resigns As Pacers President

Winds of change swept through the front office of the Indiana Pacers, on Tuesday according to the “Indianapolis Star,” as the paper has reported that the club’s General Manager David Morway, resigned his position with the franchise and in a … Continue reading

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Will Deng’s Loyalty To Team Great Britain, Cause Bulls To Trade Him?

Team USA started fielding a team composed of NBA players, beginning with the Barcelona Games in 1992, as the “Dream Team” charmed their host-city, while amazing the rest of the planet who watched the games on TV with their play, winning … Continue reading

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Steve Nash Could Be Key Piece For Right Team Next Season

The Association, is still in “hurry-up” mode, an after-effect of the protracted NBA Lockout, as one week after the completion of the NBA Finals, the 2012 NBA Draft will be held this Thursday night. Teams will barely have enough time to … Continue reading

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Hawks Make Good Choice In Naming Danny Ferry As Team’s New G.M.

The Atlanta Hawks announced on their team website, that they have hired Danny Ferry to be the club’s new President Of Basketball Operations and General Manager. The former General Manager of the Cleveland Cavaliers, will replace Rick Sund, who is … Continue reading

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