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Game Blog: Blazers v Spurs 106-97 F

11 PM Typical Spurs close. Steady dose of Parker, Ginobili, and Duncan. Put the clamps down defensively. It’s not the way Mike D’Antoni would have drawn it up, but aesthetically pleasing to Spurs fans all the same.
Just like that fourth championship banner.
10:50 PM Not to make too much of Game 1 of 82, but the […]

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WNBA expands, Atlanta gets team

WNBA President Donna Orender announced today that the City of Atlanta has been awarded a WNBA expansion team for the 2008 season. The new team will be owned and operated by Atlanta businessman J. Ronald Terwilliger.
“As a great sports town and a region that enthusiastically supports women’s athletics, Atlanta is a terrific destination for the […]

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For those wondering how Boston’s newly-made “Big Three” will perform, their first exhibition game against Toronto provided a pretty accurate glimpse. KG racked up 19 points and 17 boards, the Truth chipped in 21 points, Ray-Ray shot a dismal 4-13. The gist? KG’s is pumped for his team, for one. The […]

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Bernard Robinson injures left knee

Following a medical examination today, October 8, 2007, it has been determined that Nets guard/ forward Bernard Robinson suffered a torn medial collateral ligament in his left knee during the Nets practice on Saturday, October 6 at Fairleigh Dickinson University, Nets President Rod Thorn announced today.  There is no timetable for his return.
After being acquired […]

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Fan editorial by FatHoops93
Monday was media day for most NBA clubs, and a lot was revealed about where teams stand heading into training camp. The Suns’ Shawn Marion didn’t back down from his trade demand, but also refused to talk about it. “I don’t want to be bother by this no more. […]

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Washington Mystics General Manager Linda Hargrove announced today that Wayne “Tree” Rollins has been named the team’s Head Coach. Rollins was named the Interim Head Coach on June 1, 2007 and led the team to a 15-14 record.  Per company policy, terms of the deal were not disclosed.
“We felt that Tree took over our team […]

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NBA Development League President Dan Reed announced today that former NBA guard Shawn Respert will assume the role of Director of Basketball Operations for the D-League. Respert joined the D-League last season as Manager of Player Development.
“We are thrilled make Shawn an even more important figure in our basketball operations department,” Reed said. “Shawn was […]

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Former Pros Still Hoopin

By Bobby Ciafardini

Rock Hill, NY – Maybe age is just a number after all.
From the sidelines of the 2nd Annual Still Hoopin’ 3-on-3 Classic, several former pros and some talented weekend warriors proved that competitive basketball is not exclusive to players under the age of 35 anymore. Athletes nowadays are lasting longer and finding […]

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Fan editorial by Jason M. Williams
Allan Houston is contemplating a return to the NBA. But the question is – to what team? A recent online poll suggests that Allan Houston should return to the hardwood as a member of the New Jersey Nets. But how much will Houston to the Meadowlands affect […]

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NBA referee Joey Crawford has been reinstated to the officiating staff, NBA Commissioner David Stern announced today.  Crawford was suspended indefinitely on April 17, for improper conduct toward Tim Duncan during the San Antonio Spurs-Dallas Mavericks game on April 15.
“Based on my meeting with Joey Crawford, his commitment to an ongoing counseling program, and a […]

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