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NBA: 7 Best Remaining Free Agents

Posted on 29 Jul, 2017, by in NBA

August is almost here, but there are still a few useful NBA free agents worth taking a look at. Whether it’s a restricted free agent like Nikola Mirotic (Chicago Bulls) or an unrestricted veteran like Tony Allen, teams can still find a way to get better with what’s left in the market. More

Jeremy Lin Leaving Knicks Because of James Dolan’s Ego

Posted on 18 Jul, 2012, by in NBA

Although the main reason behind not re-signing Jeremy Lin, letting him leave as a restricted free agent to the Houston Rockets, looks like a financial, salary-cap kind of reason, there are those that suggest that it’s just another example of how un-proffesionaly the New York Knicks are run by their owner, James Dolan. More

NBA Free Agency 2012 – Jeremy Lin Won’t Be Returning to the New York Knicks

Posted on 15 Jul, 2012, by in NBA

It’s not official until the deadline passes to match the offer from the Houston Rockets, but all the moves the New York Knicks are making indicate that Jeremy Lin will be playing somewhere else next season, proving to be too costly from a certain point in the next few seasons. More

NBA Free Agency 2012 – Dwight Howard Not Going to the Nets

Posted on 12 Jul, 2012, by in NBA

According to multiple NBA sources, the Orlando Magic and the Brooklyn Nets aren’t in business anymore, the business of Dwight Howard. Although who knows what the future may bring, it seems that the biggest trade waiting to happen won’t involve the Nets, who have given up on trying to work out something with Rob Hennigan. More

NBA Free Agency 2012 – Jeremy Lin Disappointed With Knicks

Posted on 11 Jul, 2012, by in NBA

For once, not a lot has changed in the Dwight Howard situation except for the fact that the Orlando Magic are exploring other options besides the Nets-Clippers-Cavs mega deal. Meanwhile, Jeremy Lin, still waiting for the New York Knicks to match the offer from the Houston Rockets, is disappointed the team hasn’t moved to keep him quickly enough. More

NBA Free Agency 2012 – Dwight Howard Trade Now a 4-Team Deal

Posted on 10 Jul, 2012, by in NBA

The biggest name in the NBA free agency period is still Dwight Howard, who won’t be a free agent until 2013. With the Brooklyn Nets desperately trying to find a trade that works, the proposed deal has now turned into a four-team deal, with the Nets using the Cavaliers and the Clippers to get Howard from the Orlando Magic. More

NBA Free Agency 2012 – Trading for Dwight Howard, Keeping Kevin Love

Posted on 9 Jul, 2012, by in NBA

Slowly but surely, the Brooklyn Nets are making moves that might, eventually, allow them to land Dwight Howard, although in order to get the Orlando Magic center they’ll need a third team to help them make the trade happen. For Kevin Love, playing on the Olympic team just makes him realize he’s missing out, big-time, on playoff basketball with the Minnesota Timberwolves. More

2012 NBA Free Agency – Ray Allen to the Miami Heat & Other Rumors

Posted on 7 Jul, 2012, by in NBA

Rivalries don’t mean that much in the NBA, chances for titles and chasing the ring do. Ray Allen, after five season with the Boston Celtics, is signing with the Miami Heat in hopes to add another championship to the one he already won with the Celtics and joining another superstar loaded team, this time as support cast. More

2012 NBA Free Agency – Houston Rockets Going for Jeremy Lin & Trading Kyle Lowry

Posted on 6 Jul, 2012, by in NBA

Point guard roulette should be the title of the 2012 NBA Free Agency period so far, as Jeremy Lin is the latest big name to probably make a switch of teams, getting the offer he wanted from the Houston Rockets, which will be very hard for the New York Knicks to match due to the salary cap restrictions. More

2012 NBA Free Agency – Los Angeles Lakers Get Steve Nash & Other Rumors

Posted on 5 Jul, 2012, by in NBA

The Los Angeles Lakers wanted a point guard of this caliber for a long time, and they got Steve Nash, still one of the best in the NBA via a sign-and-trade deal with the Phoenix Suns, who will get four draft picks (two first round, two second round) over 2013-2015, while the Suns wasted no time by trying to find a replacement for Nash and an upgrade for the team. More