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Hottest news off the press right now is the “imminent” trade that will send Kevin Garnett to Boston for Al Jefferson, Theo Ratliff, and other spare parts. Garnett’s probably warmed up to playing for Boston knowing he’d team up with both the Truth and Ray Allen in the “Leastern” Conference. If the trade goes through, […]

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The rumors of a Kevin Garnett trade for 5, count ’em, 5 Celtics are making the rounds. It’s a little premature to comment on this, since nothing’s been formally laid out, but if this pans out, Celtics GM Ainge has put a lot of chips on the craps table with this. You’ve got a 2-year […]

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With the recent announcement that Andre Igoudala has been invited to join several other promising young players at scrimmage in preparation for the FIBA America Championships word is also spreading that Billy King is in talks with Igoudala’s agent, Rob Pelinka, in regards to a possible extension for rising star. However, one must question whether […]

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Rodney Stuckey came out of the Vegas Summer League evoking memories of a more senior Pistons guard; Chauncey Billups. Chauncey and Rodney were tagged as “combo” guards coming in as rookies. I assume the Pistons want to develop him from a combo guard into a full time point. Chauncey made the same adjustment before finding […]

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Is the Money Too Big for the Game?

I’m not sure how it got to this point. Maybe it was Ali’s powerful self-promotion and important civil rights stance that began the process of moving sports away from organizations into the realm of the individual. Maybe Phil Knight and Michael Jordan finished the job. Whatever the origin, some paradigm shift has taken place in […]

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III. The Coverage. The coverage for the team of NBA players is the same every single year (for some reason there is another international tournament every year) and it is as annoying and damaging every year. It always starts with extreme optimism. The team of NBA superstars is announced. The Press drools over all the […]

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By Gov Daswani In the midst of its 2006-2007 campaign, the NBA and its millions of fans took a blistering halt as it witnessed one of its most exciting and breathtaking players demand a trade from his once beloved Philadelphia 76ers. After an entire decade with the celebrated franchise, Allen Iverson could no longer handle […]

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If you’ve read Gilbert’s latest blog post on, you’ll know that he is in the middle of a 100,000 shots in 73 days training. Right now I’m in the middle of making 100,000 shots over 73 days. It’s a little mini-series I do. Right now I’m shooting 69.7 percent from the three-point line and […]

Read Full Post » NewsWire: Philadelphia 76ers President Billy King announced today that the Sixers have hired Eric Blankenship as the Vice President of Marketing and Dennis Nelson as the Director of New Media. The Sixers have promoted Larry Meli to Vice President of Customer Service and Box Office Operations, Brad McCleary to Director of Sales, Derek Goldfarb […]

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The city of Orlando is getting a new events center which will include a new arenas for the Orlando Magic. Full details are on With several teams, including the Sacramento Kings and Seattle SuperSonics, having arena issues, it’s always good when something like this gets resolved. The Kings are probably sticking around in Sacramento […]

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