Category Archives: NBA Comebacks

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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The Oden Comeback, Recruitment Time

Free Agent center Greg Oden is still only 25-years-old, as he attempts to jump-start his NBA career again this summer. However, the number one pick of the 2007 NBA Draft, has faced enough adversity for a man three times his … Continue reading

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Would Oden Be Good Fit For Cavaliers, Or Heartbreak For Fans?

Although the Cleveland Cavaliers, will have plenty of space under the NBA Salary-Cap starting on July 1, speculation is growing that the club could complete a deal; that could be qualified as a “low risk move, with a possible high … Continue reading

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Oden Not Ready To Go Quietly Into The Night

Most people in Greg Oden’s position; would be ready to start the next adventure of their lifetime journey; leaving thoughts of playing in the NBA in the rear-view mirror. Unless he threw his money away, or invested in bad business … Continue reading

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Jackson And The Nets? Reports Indicate Coach Has Interest

When the Brooklyn Nets fired former head coach Avery Johnson on Thursday; it was reported that the Team’s Owner Mikhail Prokhorov, had one candidate at the top of his wish list to take over running his squad; former Lakers and … Continue reading

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Could Sloan And D-Will Reunite In Brooklyn?

For those of us who have followed or reported on the Association for a while; realize that one can never rule out any scenarios. There have been players, who could not wait to become a Free Agent; to  escape the … Continue reading

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Amar’e May Be Ready To Play New Year’s Day, But Will Knicks Be Ready For Him?

Next spring, will mark 21-years since Larry Bird last played in an NBA contest. After bringing “Celtics Pride” back to Boston, while he and his friend and rival Magic Johnson, veritably saved the Association; the small forward’s career did not … Continue reading

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Brandon Roy Satisfied He Gave His All In Comeback Attempt

“The difference between success and failure is patience and persistence.” Author Unknown Although some of us are blessed to be born with extraordinary talents in some area, until you learn to hone those skills; you will most likely fail far … Continue reading

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Rasheed Wallace To Make Comeback With The Knicks?

One of the fiercest competitors to play in the Association in the last decade; may attempt an NBA comeback with the New York Knicks, according to an article the “New York Post” published on Friday. The paper reported that their … Continue reading

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Can B-Roy’s Knees Allow Him To Make Successful Comeback?

Just a few years ago, it seemed that Portland Trail Blazers shooting guard Brandon Roy was on the path to becoming a very special player in the Association. He dwarfed his competition in the voting, when he won the NBA Rookie Of … Continue reading

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