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Time to add a 4th team to the dice roll of predicting who comes out of the West. For the last few years, you look at the rosters and you think it will come down to the Mavs, Spurs and Suns (in alphabetical order) with the outcome to be determined in the playoffs.
It looks […]

Read Full Post » NewsWire: The Miami Heat announced today that General  Manager Randy Pfund has signed a contract extension. Per club policy, terms of  the deal were not disclosed.
 Pfund has just completed his 12th year with  the HEAT organization. During his tenure the HEAT have produced one NBA  championship (2006), 10 postseason berths, seven division titles and […]

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NBA Commissioner David Stern has issued the following statement:
“As we previously stated, we have been cooperating with the FBI in their investigation of allegations that a single NBA referee bet on NBA games that he officiated. As part of that cooperation, we were […]

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Lakers sign Derek Fisher

The Los Angeles Lakers have signed free agent guard Derek Fisher it was announced today by General Manager Mitch Kupchak. Per team policy terms of the contract were not released.
Fisher is now the best point guard option the Lakers have. This despite his lack of real point guard skills. Fisher can bang home open shots […]

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The Phoenix Suns today traded center Kurt Thomas and two future first-round draft picks to the Seattle SuperSonics for a future conditional second-round pick. In addition to salary cap relief, the trade leaves Phoenix with an $8 million trade exception for their use in future dealings.
 “We are doing everything we can to keep our core […]

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Lakers re-sign Chris Mihm

The Los Angeles Lakers have resigned free agent center Chris Mihm, it was announced today by General Manager Mitch Kupchak. Per team policy, terms of the agreement were not released.
 Mihm, 28, missed all of last season while recovering from surgery on his right ankle. Originally injuring the ankle in the closing seconds of the […]

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LeBron James was a millionaire even before he signed his first pro contract. At the age of 18, even before James was drafted by the Cleveland Cavaliers, he signed a 7-year, 90 plus million dollar deal with Nike, including a 10 million dollar signing bonus. He already has four signature shoes with another one on […]

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New York Newsday wrote a terrific article on the work of’s JD Walsh, who runs Jason Molinet wrote:
“Making the world a better place through basketball” isn’t just some deep-thought mission statement that sits atop the Internet site: It is the daily mantra of hoops guru J.D. Walsh.
After stints as the varsity […]

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By Bobby Ciafardini
Think you have what it takes to be the “Last Man Standing”? Think again.
Madison Square Garden’s Last Man Standing One-on-One Basketball Tournament, presented by McDonalds, returned to the streets of New York City Friday afternoon. As always, the competition was fierce. Fifty of the area’s top players took to the asphalt in […]

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Ira Newble is a seven-year veteran of three NBA teams. The casual NBA fan has no idea who he is. On a Cleveland Cavs team that features LeBron James, Newble is just an afterthought. Last season he averaged 3.1 points and played in only 15 games. The year before, he averaged 1.3 points in 36 […]

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