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Five Teams That Will Have the Cash to Make a Splash Post Amnesty Clause

November 5th, 2011
We have seen may predictions on what free agents are going to what team over this lockout period.  Truth is, it's all speculation.  With the collective bargaining agreement yet to be signed, we still do not know the new rules free agents will have to abide by going forward. One of ...

Bon Voyage, Brandon Roy: Why the Portland Trailblazers Must Bid Farewell

November 4th, 2011
Brandon Roy is an excellent example of what an NBA player is supposed to be. Hardworking and diligent, Roy has overcome tremendous obstacles to realize his dream to play in the NBA.  He conquered a learning disability to earn a four-year degree at the University of Washington and was selected sixth ...

Carmelo Anthony and the 5 Deals That Killed the NBA

October 14th, 2011
I can't lie, I love clichés.  One of my very favorites without a doubt is the old saying, "hindsight is 20/20."  There is no phrase that rings more true.The expression comes to mind when thinking about the current NBA labor dispute.  Both owners and players are entrenched in legal and ...

2011 NBA Trade Deadline: Why The Nets Should HELP The Knicks Get Carmelo Anthony

February 10th, 2011
The Melo drama has hung over the NBA for months now.  Frustrated with the Nuggets lust for the best possible deal, the New Jersey Nets pulled out of the Carmelo Anthony sweepstakes.  There is a scenario, however, in which the Nets could swoop in and make a great move to ...

2011 NBA Trade Deadline: Four Deals Not Involving Melo That Should Be Done

January 25th, 2011
With the February NBA trade deadline less than a month away, speculation is running rampant on who’s going where.  Every day I expect to see some blockbuster has been pulled off that shuffles the power of the conference, sets a young team in a new direction or jump-starts a rebuilding ...