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Jeremy Lin: Is the NBA Window Shut For Good?

Posted on 28 Aug, 2019, by in NBA

Jeremy Lin and the NBA are no longer together. Maybe forever. As he heads into the next chapter of his basketball career (signing with the CBA’s Beijing Ducks), one has to wonder could have things gone differently for him. More

Winners & Losers From the New CBA in the NBA

Posted on 21 Sep, 2013, by in NBA

While having money to spend over the luxury tax is never a bad thing, the CBA entering its third year in the NBA has made it more about wise financial management more than ever. Teams like the Brooklyn Nets, Houston Rockets and Memphis Grizzlies have made the right choices, each in its own way, while the Los Angeles Lakers, Boston Celtics and Dallas Mavericks have been on the wrong end of the new agreement. More

NBA Rumors – Tracy McGrady Still Undecided Between NBA & China

Posted on 12 Aug, 2013, by in NBA

On one side of the scales for Tracy McGrady is playing time, more money and continuing to be a star in the Chinese basketball association. On the other, is remaining as a fringe veteran and somewhat of a novelty at the end of the bench if he decided to remain in the NBA, and someone is willing to sign him. More

NBA Rumors – Tracy McGrady Can’t Find a Team Anymore

Posted on 29 Jul, 2013, by in NBA

Out of nowhere, Tracy McGrady came back into our lives late last season as free agency pickup by the San Antonio Spurs, barely using him in the playoffs. McGrady got to win a playoff series for the first time in his career, reaching the NBA finals, mostly as a spectator, and without doing enough to find himself a team to carry on his NBA career. More

As Owners and Players Present Proposals Hoping to Avoid Lockout, Eyes Turn to Friday

Posted on 22 Jun, 2011, by in NBA

New hope or just glaring shots in the dark, aimed at nothing? Tuesday was the talk on friday – THE deadline. Now, we wait for friday, a day after the 2011 NBA drat, which hasn’t been getting the usual media coverage and talk it usually does. First of all, the talent pool this year isn’t as lucrative. Lockout notions are to blame. Sometimes, the talent isn’t that great. Although we can only be a judge of that in a few years I guess. For now, the future of the 2011-2012 NBA season is at hand. More

The NBA Lockout Draws Nearer as Owners and Players Wait for Tuesday

Posted on 18 Jun, 2011, by in NBA

Despite the NBA owner making the first gesture, taking the issue of the collective guruanteed contracts off the table, the gulf between the players and the owner is wide and filled with hundreds of millions of dollars. Quite a gap to close, huh? Too big to stop the lockout, the first since 1999, from happening? More

On the Rapidly Approaching NBA Lockout

Posted on 24 May, 2011, by in Featured

Owners, players, salary caps, money, money, money. Numbers, David Stern – the future of the 2011-2012 NBA season looked uncertain and bleak despite the wonderful playoffs we’re enjoying right now. More