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Outside The Box: Alternative Trade Ideas For Carmelo Anthony & Denver Nuggets

January 18th, 2011
Carmelo Anthony has not tried very hard to hide his cards, even as he pretends not to show his hand. It's not as if anyone else has been able to keep a secret, either.  Obviously, you all know by now that the New Jersey Nets have remained on the hunt for Anthony, pursuing ...

NBA Free Agents 2010 Predictions: The Complete Best Destination Guide

June 29th, 2010
July 1 is almost here. Enough said. When it comes to the magnitude of this summer, there's really nothing else that can be said which hasn't already been discussed a hundred times over. We all know that this next week could be off the Richter Scale when it comes to earth-shattering moves ...

NBA Trade Rumors: 8 Great Trades That Make Too Much Sense Not to Happen

June 23rd, 2010
The days of reckoning are nearly upon us. As an NBA aficionado, I look forward to the NBA Draft, the Trade Deadine, and Free Agency period nearly as much as I do Opening Day or the Finals. I love it all. This is such a fun time of year because of ...

NBA Free Agency Watch: The Top Three Destinations for Amar’e Stoudemire

June 10th, 2010
You can never have too much of a good thing. Apparently, this summer can never have enough good free agents, either. In an offseason that already couldn’t get any bigger, Dirk Nowitzki and Amar’e Stoudemire have both upped the ante even further. (Find Dirk and the rest of the major ...

2010 NBA Free Agency Watch: The Top Three Destinations for Dirk Nowitzki

May 31st, 2010
Most parties usually have a surprise guest. NBA Summer of 2010, meet Dirk Nowitzki. We've never seen anything like this before. As an NBA fan, it makes my head spin. As an NBA writer, it has made this the easiest summer ever to come up with article ideas. Just when it ...

NBA Free Agency Watch: David Lee’s Top Three Destinations

May 24th, 2010
In a summer that promises to make a lot of players a lot of money, no free agent seems poised to lose more than David Lee. That of course is quite unfortunate for this high-energy rebounding machine.  Lee really has done more than just endear himself to the Knicks faithful; ...

2010 NBA Conference Finals: Dr. Trade’s Official Diagnosis

May 16th, 2010
Three sweeps and one possible franchise and legacy altering upset later, it's time to get set for the NBA Conference Finals. First, we probably have to catch our breath a little bit: It wasn't really that surprising for Orlando and Los Angeles to move on. Most of us have ...

NBA Free Agency Watch: The Top Three Destinations for Ray Allen

May 15th, 2010
Much has been made about Rajon Rondo's dominating stat-lines and Kevin Garnett's domination of Antawn Jamison, but Ray Allen's big-time shooting played just as big a role in the Celtics' dethroning of King James.  While Allen had a relatively quiet Game 6 against Cleveland, the stat splits reveal that he's easily had ...

NBA Free Agency Watch: The Top Three Destinations for Rudy Gay

May 6th, 2010
Much like Carlos Boozer, Rudy Gay stands to make a lot of money this year because of someone else. It doesn't really matter that the chances of a LeBron James or Dwyane Wade departure seem to fluctuate like the tide; whether these icons move or not, they are setting the table for those ...

2010 NBA Playoffs 2nd Round: Dr. Trade’s Official Diagnosis

May 1st, 2010
The First Round is always exciting because of the large number of teams involved, the usual presence of an entertaining underdog or two, and the chance to finally move out of the regular season and into Playoff basketball. The Second Round is where things get a lot more serious, however. ...