Monthly Archives: August 2012

Battle Of Los Angeles Could Soon Become Hollywood Blockbuster

For fans of the Association, Los Angeles may the perfect place to live in the upcoming campaign; as the “City Of Angels” will have two teams that at least on paper, have a legitimate shot of winning the 2013 NBA … Continue reading

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Four Team Trade Reportedly Set That Will Send D-Howard To Lakers

The “Los Angeles Times” reported Thursday night, that according to their sources, that four teams have a trade in place that will send Orlando Magic center Dwight Howard to the Los Angeles Lakers and would also jettison current Lakers starting center … Continue reading

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Clippers Personnel Director Gary Sacks Reportedly Top Candidate For G.M. Post

The Los Angeles Clippers seem to be leaning towards promoting from within, to fill the void at the General Manager position, created when former club G.M. Neil Olshey moved on to the same position with the Portland Trail Blazers, earlier … Continue reading

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Bulls Forward Luol Deng Thinks He Can Avoid Wrist Surgery

The British basketball team’s stint in the 2012 Olympic games concluded on Monday, ending the games with a 1-4 record, after defeating the Chinese team in a blowout, by the final score of 90-58. With the team’s participation in the … Continue reading

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Terry Stotts Gets Shot As Blazers New Bench Boss

The Portland Trail Blazers will have a new head coach for the upcoming campaign, as “NBA.com” reported Tuesday night, that the club has chosen former Dallas Mavericks assistant Terry Stotts to take over the bench, terms of the deal have … Continue reading

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Former All-Star Dan Roundfield Drowns After Saving Wife

Former NBA center Dan Roundfield sacrificed his life on Monday for the woman he loved, as the “Atlanta Journal Constitution” has reported that he drowned off the coast of Aruba, after making sure his wife was safely on shore. The … Continue reading

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LeBron May Have Finally Developed Missing Killer Instinct

The 2012 NBA All-Star Game would end with Miami Heat forward LeBron James wearing the goat horns, as he declined to take a critical shot, that could have won the contest for the squad from the East. It all came … Continue reading

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Cap Space Galore Could Help Cavaliers Soar In Near Future

There are two distinct schools of thought, when it comes to building a successful franchise in the Association. The Miami Heat have played in the last two NBA Finals and won the Title this past June, with a team built … Continue reading

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Magic Johnson Says “I Think Bynum Is Not Going To Reach His Potential”

Los Angeles Lakers legend Magic Johnson, is certainly not shy about voicing his criticism of the team that he led to five NBA Championships in the eighties. This past season, Johnson was all over the club’s first-year head coach Mike … Continue reading

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Doc Rivers Says He Was The Cause Of Ray Allen Leaving Celtics

Over the last couple of weeks, reports have surfaced in the media stating that the reason Boston Celtics veteran shooting guard Ray Allen, decided to take his talents to South Beach, was due to a deteriorating relationship with Boston’s starting … Continue reading

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