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Shawn Marion Unlikely to Play Role Cleveland Cavaliers Want

Shawn Marion Unlikely to Play Role Cleveland Cavaliers Want

To pump up the depth on the roster, the Cleveland Cavaliers and Shawn Marion have agreed to a deal that will bring the unique veteran to a squad that is intent on winning a championship next year. Cleveland, of course, has added several pieces after signing their hometown hero, LeBron James, in July. As such, […]

LeBron James Will Always Be Hated by Chicago

LeBron James Will Always Be Hated by Chicago

For the past few seasons, the Chicago Bulls and the Miami Heat have had an intensified rivalry between their players, fans, and the entirety of the two cities. The overall hate towards each other has grown season after season, and many may now be wondering what is next for the two teams. The Bulls and […]

Team USA Beats Brazil 95-78 in FIBA World Cup Lead Up Scrimmage

Team USA Beats Brazil 95-78 in FIBA World Cup Lead Up Scrimmage

Team USA played its first scrimmage leading up to the FIBA World Cup against Brazil in Chicago, earning the victory, 95-78. Derrick Rose and Anthony Davis, two hometown heroes, shined in the first team activity since the gruesome Paul George injury and the exit of Kevin Durant. Brazil kept the score close until the end […]

Stephen Curry: A Better Offensive Player Than LeBron James?

Stephen Curry: A Better Offensive Player Than LeBron James?

Every season, Stephen Curry draws himself closer to being considered a consensus superstar in the NBA. Long gone are his days as an unproven three-point marksman at Davidson. Prior to entering the league, NBA scouts questioned whether the sharpshooter could play near the level he did collegiality. At 6’3″ 185 lbs with a pure shooting […]

Sacramento Kings Sign Indian Player With No Guaranteed Roster Spot

Sacramento Kings Sign Indian Player With No Guaranteed Roster Spot

The Sacramento Kings made waves a year ago when they became the first NBA franchise to have an Indian owner with Vivek Ranadivé. With that, it is not surprising that the team would be the first to extend an invitation to an Indian player for training camp. The signs were obvious that it would be […]

Greg Monroe Realized the Trap of Being a Restricted Free Agent

Greg Monroe Realized the Trap of Being a Restricted Free Agent

Coming into the 2014 off-season, the Detroit Pistons’ Greg Monroe was looked at as being the top big man in free agency. After all, in today’s NBA, it is fairly uncommon to find a traditional power forward/center who can serve as a double-double machine. After two months of free agency and no team prepared to […]

NBA Fines Toronto Raptors for Tampering a Questionable Move

NBA Fines Toronto Raptors for Tampering a Questionable Move

In the NBA, one of the more controversial moves an employee of any franchise can make is tampering with a player, executive, etc. from a different team. This tampering can range from two players meeting away of the basketball court to a general manager publicly persuading a player to sign with his respective team. On […]

Minnesota Timberwolves May Improve Roster After Two Rumored Trades

Minnesota Timberwolves May Improve Roster After Two Rumored Trades

The Minnesota Timberwolves have been front and center in regards to trade rumors this summer. Their All-Star power forward, Kevin Love, has made it crystal clear to Flip Saunders and management that he will not re-sign with the team next summer. As a result, Minnesota has taken its time, ensuring they receive adequate pieces in […]

NBA Has Option to Veto Kevin Love Trade

NBA Has Option to Veto Kevin Love Trade

The biggest storyline in the NBA during this offseason has been the return of LeBron James to the Cleveland Cavaliers. Following the four-time MVP’s return, there has been a flurry of rumors of the possibility of Kevin Love teaming up with him through a much-speculated trade. This past week, however, the rumor became a more […]

Greg Oden May Have Played His Last NBA Game After Battery Charge

Greg Oden May Have Played His Last NBA Game After Battery Charge

Greg Oden’s story certainly has been one of the most disappointing in the NBA within the last decade. He has had injury after injury, which has allowed him to only play in 114 games since his debut in 2007. However, despite all his injuries, Oden did not want to give up on a career in […]

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