Monthly Archives: October 2012

Sandy Knocks Out Knicks/Nets Opener Thursday

Add yet another casualty to the list of destruction, that Hurricane Sandy caused earlier this week. According to the “New York Post,”  the NBA has postponed the season opener for the Brooklyn Nets and New York Knicks at the Barclay Center, Thursday … Continue reading

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Banged Up Mavericks Gallop Past Lakers 99-91

Perhaps at the conclusion of the Association’s 82-game schedule, Tuesday night’s match-up between the Dallas Mavericks and the Los Angeles Lakers at the Staples Center, will just be a barely remembered foot note. For at least one night however, Mavericks fans can … Continue reading

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On With The Show, This Is It! NBA Regular Season Begins

Overture, curtains, lights, This is it, the night of nights No more rehearsing and nursing a part We know every part by heart Overture, curtains, lights This is it, you’ll hit the heights And oh what heights we’ll hit On … Continue reading

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Harden Heads To Houston In Multi-Player Trade Between Thunder And Rockets

For the second straight year, the reigning NBA Sixth Man Of The Year; was traded before the start of the regular campaign. Last year the Los Angeles Lakers traded Lamar Odom to the Dallas Mavericks and according to “The Oklahoman,” … Continue reading

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Stern To Retire In 2014, Adam Silver To Be Next NBA Commissioner

“Meet The New Boss, Same As The Old Boss“…For those NBA observers that hoped once NBA Commissioner David Stern retires, the Association would have new leadership; you are out of luck. Thirty years after Stern became the game’s chief executive, … Continue reading

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Could The Heat Be The Only Team In Division To Make Playoffs?

Just a few seasons back, the Southeast Division of the NBA, had some of the strongest squads in the Association. Miami, Orlando and Atlanta, have been perennial powers in the Eastern Conference; even the Charlotte Bobcats made the Playoffs, for … Continue reading

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Love Hurts, T-Wolves Star To Miss 6-8 Weeks With Broken Hand

Minnesota Timberwolves fans got some bad news on Wednesday; as “NBA.com” has reported that the club’s All-Star forward Kevin Love, will be out for the next 6-8 weeks, after breaking his right hand while working out with the squad on Wednesday. The … Continue reading

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Back To The Future Finals, Of Lakers And Celtics Next June?

The Los Angeles Lakers and the Boston Celtics went into the off-season this summer; as teams in transition, no longer quite strong enough to compete for the Association’s Larry O’Brien Trophy, as they had just a couple of years earlier. … Continue reading

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Cuban Can Rationalize, But His Actions May Have Cost Mavericks D-Will

One of the worst kept secrets in the Association last season, was that the Dallas Mavericks were going to make a full-court push to sign Free Agent point guard Deron Williams this past summer. That is the reason that the … Continue reading

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T-Mac Says “Goodbye NBA, Hello China”

Although it seems that the NBA career of former All-Star Tracy McGrady has reached its conclusion; T-Mac is not ready to hang his sneakers up quite yet. The small-forward has announced on his website, that he will playing in the … Continue reading

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