Author Archives: Jeff Sack

Have The Cavaliers Become A Losing Battle For Grant?

Sitting on the sidelines so far in this campaign, as PRO HOOPS CENTRAL has been on sabbatical, there have been some interesting stories emanating from the Association as we near the halfway point of the season. However, the story that … Continue reading

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Loss Of A Legend, Hall Of Fame Center Walt Bellamy Passes

Back in the days when Behemoths ruled the NBA hardwood, center Walt Bellamy was a player considered one of the elite big men in the Association by his peers and opposing coaches alike. He would be a member of the Team … Continue reading

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Forbes Names 13 NBA Team Owners To List Of 400 Richest Americans

When NBA Commissioner David Stern and the team owners in the Association declared a “Lockout” during the 2011-2012 campaign, management claimed that they needed a more “Owner Friendly” Collective Bargaining Agreement, because too many franchises were in tough financial shape. … Continue reading

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T-Mac Says “I Wish I Had Stayed In Toronto”

When we reach a landmark such as retirement; we tend to look back upon our experiences and decisions we made, some good and others that did work out as we had planned. Veteran swing-man Tracy McGrady announced late last month … Continue reading

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Former Cavaliers Star Craig Ehlo Gets Suspended Sentence For Reckless Burning

Craig Ehlo walked out of a Spokane, Washington courtroom on Wednesday as a free man, after pleading guilty to a charge Second Degree Reckless Burning. The charges stem from a family argument that the former NBA player was involved in last … Continue reading

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Should NBA Put Games On Digital Platform?

David Stern heads into his final season as NBA Commissioner this season and there are many decisions and moves he made that can be legitimately criticized. However, it is difficult to conceive that anybody could have marketed and help grow … Continue reading

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Lin Tells Taiwan Youth Conference “I Even Cried Before A Game” Last Season

Heading into last summer, life was just a bowl of cherries for Free Agent guard Jeremy Lin after signing a three-year deal with the Houston Rockets, however by last December the young man who took the Association by storm the … Continue reading

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Sixers Name Spurs Assistant Brett Brown New Bench Boss

The San Antonio Spurs have provided the blueprint for teams in the Association to build a roster “naturally,” as opposed to trying to buy an NBA Title as the Miami Heat has done and the Brooklyn Nets are attempting to do … Continue reading

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The Oden Comeback, Heading To South Beach

The most accurate description of Greg Oden’s career in the Association at this juncture, may be best summed up by the “Grateful Dead,” when they sang years ago “What A Long, Strange Trip It’s Been.” Selected with the first pick … Continue reading

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Former Cavaliers Star Craig Ehlo Arrested On Multiple Charges

The name Craig Ehlo is still well-known in Cleveland, if for nothing more than allowing former Chicago Bulls star Michael Jordan to score “THE SHOT” against the Cleveland Cavaliers, knocking the Cavaliers out of the first round of the 1989 … Continue reading

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