Category Archives: NBA Injuries

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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Torn ACL Ends Rajon Rondo’s All-Star Campaign

Just a few weeks before Boston Celtics point guard Rajon Rondo would be a starter for the Eastern Conference All-Star squad, for the first time in his career; the “Boston Globe” reported Sunday, that he is done for the season, … 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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Irving’s Broken Finger Will Keep Cavaliers Guard On Shelf Four Weeks

As dark as the horizons appear before sports fans of Northeast Ohio; their mantra is “Things could always be worse and are most likely headed in that direction.” Case in point; the Cleveland Cavaliers already in the midst of a less than … Continue reading

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B-Roy’s Comeback Hits A Snag, Surgery On Right Knee Takes Him Out Of Action

Although most people who identify themselves as fans of the Association root for a certain team, every so often; a player comes into the NBA, that fans hope will do well, regardless of the uniform he wears. Whether it is the joy they … Continue reading

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Has “Soft-Serve Bynum” Reverted Back To Form?

Regular readers of these pages, are well aware of the amount of criticism that Philadelphia 76ers center Andrew Bynum, has received from this corner over the years. Although, Bynum’s talent has never been questioned, his durability certainly has been up … Continue reading

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Hornets Coach Williams, Unhappy With NBA Concussion Policy

The mindset of Pro-Sports in this country, has changed radically during the last 45 years; if you need proof, than the philosophy of Hall Of Fame NFL coach Vince Lombardi, just might alleviate all doubts. Although the NFL, has had … Continue reading

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