Category Archives: NBA Retirement

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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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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Darko’s Sad, Star-Crossed NBA Career May Have Reached Its End

Because of all the variables involved, the NBA Draft is an inexact science at best. Although many top selections, do play well enough to justify when they went in the Draft; there have been plenty of players that either proved to … 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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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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Will Kobe Finish His Basketball Career In Europe Or China?

Even for someone who has encountered so much success, since entering the Association back in 1996, this had to have been a very special week for Los Angeles Lakers All-Star guard Kobe Bryant. Sunday, “The Black Mamba” knocked down 17 … Continue reading

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Bye-Bye Baron? Knicks Guard’s Career Could Be Over After Devastating Injury Against Heat

Veteran New York Knicks guard Baron Davis may have played his final game in the Association on Sunday, as the “New York Post” has reported that he underwent such extensive damage to his right knee during the third quarter of the … Continue reading

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Kevin Garnett Bemoans Lack Of Loyalty On Both Sides Of The NBA

There comes a time in all of our lives when we meet a crossroad; we then have the choice of continuing on the path we have been on, or choosing another path that takes us to life’s next adventure. At … Continue reading

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Retirement Ceremony For Chris Mullin’s Jersey Turns Into Boo-Fest For Warriors Owner

What was supposed to be a festive occasion for Basketball Hall Of Fame Member and former Golden State Warriors star Chris Mullin, his family as well as the team itself; was disrupted by boos and catcalls directed at Golden State … Continue reading

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A Truly Tough Man Finally Calls It A Day, T.J. Ford Announces Retirement

Most likely to many observers of the Association, San Antonio Spurs reserve point guard T.J. Ford announcing his retirement on Monday according to a report from the “San Antonio Express” barely caused a blip on their internal radar screen. I … Continue reading

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