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Blake Griffin to Take Summer Off Due to Back Fracture

Blake Griffin to Take Summer Off Due to Back Fracture

Coming into this summer, Blake Griffin was supposed to be, arguably, the top power forward playing for Team USA during this summer’s FIBA World Cup. Griffin was supposed to take on a principle role on the squad. His size, power and rebounding would have taken center stage against smaller opponents overseas. However, instead of joining […]

Los Angeles Lakers Keeping Steve Nash Handicapped Free Agency

Los Angeles Lakers Keeping Steve Nash Handicapped Free Agency

Steve Nash was one of three players with a contract intact going into the 2014-2015 season on the Los Angeles Lakers. If last season proved anything, the oldest player in the NBA, at 40 years old, is not someone who can be relied upon, particularly on a Lakers team with a limited roster. Regardless of […]

NBA Potentially Headed Towards New Draft System to Combat Tanking

NBA Potentially Headed Towards New Draft System to Combat Tanking

The NBA has been under scrutiny the last few years in terms of the process of the draft lottery. More specifically, the integrity of teams have been brought into question with a draft lottery that is geared towards rewarding teams who sit in the cellar of the league’s standings. NBA Commissioner Adam Silver understands that […]

Eric Bledsoe Worth Put Into Question With Current Stalemate

Eric Bledsoe Worth Put Into Question With Current Stalemate

During the 2013-2014 season, one of the biggest surprises in the NBA was the Phoenix Suns, in large part to their surging point guard Eric Bledsoe. After a season that almost saw them enter the playoffs, the point guard became a restricted free agent this summer. While Bledsoe was projected to be one of the […]

Donald Sterling Era Concludes as Los Angeles Clippers Focus on Future

Donald Sterling Era Concludes as Los Angeles Clippers Focus on Future

For over 30 years, Donald Sterling, according to public opinion, has not only served as one of the worst owners of the NBA, but in all of professional sports. His latest controversy, which was a hot-button issue during May, consisted of many racist statements recorded in a conversation with his then-mistress V. Stiviano. While it […]

Los Angeles Lakers Are a Team in Rebuilding Mode

Los Angeles Lakers Are a Team in Rebuilding Mode

The once proud Los Angeles Lakers, normally an automatic entry into the National Basketball Association’s (NBA) post season, are a team in a rebuilding mode. They missed the playoffs last year and had a rare losing record. Playing in the tough Western Conference of the NBA, and with star player Kobe Bryant’s talents on the […]

NBA May Extend All-Star Break to Seven Days at a Cost

NBA May Extend All-Star Break to Seven Days at a Cost

The NBA has delayed releasing the 2014-2015 regular season schedule until mid-August. A principle reason why the schedule has been delayed is due to NBA Commissioner Adam Silver plans to possibly extend the All-Star break to seven days. This plan may come at a cost, as the NBA still needs to have the same end […]

Kevin Love Waiting Game May Put Golden State Warriors as Favorite

Kevin Love Waiting Game May Put Golden State Warriors as Favorite

The 2014 off-season was supposed to be headlined by the Carmelo Anthony and LeBron James sweepstakes, but, instead, it has turned into the summer of Kevin Love. The power forward, currently playing for the Minnesota Timberwolves, has gone on record that he will not re-sign with the team come next summer. Despite Flip Saunders initially […]

Los Angeles Clippers Walkout Rumors Could Give Sterling Satisfaction

Los Angeles Clippers Walkout Rumors Could Give Sterling Satisfaction

One of the biggest controversies, not only in the NBA but throughout the entire sports world this year, was the infamous recordings of Donald Sterling, owner of the Los Angeles Clippers. Immediately after the tape was leaked online, everyone from executives to NBA players and celebrities put in their two cents about how vile the […]

Byron Scott Offered Los Angeles Lakers Coaching Job Too Late

Byron Scott Offered Los Angeles Lakers Coaching Job Too Late

Prior to this year’s NBA offseason, in the eyes of many, two-year coach Mike D’Antoni was as good as gone from the sidelines of the Staples Center. In late April, the prediction became a reality when D’Antoni resigned as coach. Following the coach resigning, it would have made sense for the Lakers to have replaced […]

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