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Paul Pierce to Have No. 34 Jersey Retired Next Season

Paul Pierce to Have No. 34 Jersey Retired Next Season

Paul Pierce played 15 seasons for the Boston Celtics after being taken 10th by them in the 1998 NBA Draft. In those 15 seasons, he essentially averaged 22 points, six rebounds and four assists, made four All-NBA appearances, 10 All-Star appearances and won an NBA Finals MVP award in 2008. Pierce ended his career as [...]

August 18, 2017 Ryan Bawek Ryan Bawek 0

Dikembe Mutombo Putting Together Group to Buy Rockets

Dikembe Mutombo Putting Together Group to Buy Rockets

The Toyota Center, the home of the Houston Rockets, may soon be known as the house of Mutombo as former Rocket and hall of famer Dikembe Mutombo is putting together a group to purchase the team from Leslie Alexander. Mutombo played the final five seasons of his 19 season NBA career as a Houston Rocket [...]

August 18, 2017 Ryan Bawek Ryan Bawek 1

Kevin Durant Won’t Visit White House

Kevin Durant Won’t Visit White House

As we have learned throughout his NBA career and especially in the last few years, Kevin Durant is very open and outspoken with his opinion on things and what he disagrees with. He, like many around the country, is in stark opposition to the political and personal beliefs and actions of the current President of [...]

August 18, 2017 Ryan Bawek Ryan Bawek 0

FYI LeBron: Some People Expect Dwyane Wade and Chicago Bulls to Reach Buyout Agreement Eventually

FYI LeBron: Some People Expect Dwyane Wade and Chicago Bulls to Reach Buyout Agreement Eventually

Dwyane Wade probably won’t be finishing next season with the Chicago Bulls. That was the sentiment people within organization conveyed to ESPN.com’s Nick Friedell when forecasting the guard’s future, or lack thereof, in the Windy City: From a pure basketball perspective, it appears the Bulls are well-equipped to do just that. Dwyane Wade isn’t expected to be [...]

August 17, 2017 dfavale Dan Favale 0

Enes Kanter Still Not Permitted to Travel for Mexico City Game This Season

Enes Kanter Still Not Permitted to Travel for Mexico City Game This Season

Enes Kanter has been one of the outspoken players in the NBA over the past year or so about the current president of the United States and his disapproval of the state of affairs in his home country of Turkey. Because of this, Turkish officials revoked his passport in a ridiculous series of events in [...]

August 17, 2017 Ryan Bawek Ryan Bawek 0

LeBron James and Kyrie Irving Met In Person for Reasons Unknown

LeBron James and Kyrie Irving Met In Person for Reasons Unknown

LeBron James and Kyrie Irving are cool! Only not in the way you think. And only maybe. Here’s what ESPN’s Tony Rizzo said while making an appearance on The Really Big Show (h/t King James Gospel’s Jackson Flickinger): From very reliable sources. Plural. Kyrie and LeBron were in the same room over the weekend in Florida…Apparently these guys were [...]

August 17, 2017 dfavale Dan Favale 0

New York Knicks Not Interested in Trading Kristaps Porzingis for Kyrie Irving

New York Knicks Not Interested in Trading Kristaps Porzingis for Kyrie Irving

Deep breaths, New York Knicks fans. Your notoriously inept team has no plans to dangle Kristaps Porzingis in a deal for Kyrie Irving. From Newsday‘s Steven Marcus and Mike Rose: The Knicks don’t appear interested in trading Kristaps Porzingis, including a possible deal for Cavaliers All-Star point guard Kyrie Irving, according to a league source. . . [...]

August 17, 2017 dfavale Dan Favale 0

LeBron James’ Relationship with Cavaliers Owner Dan Gilbert ‘Beyond Repair’

LeBron James’ Relationship with Cavaliers Owner Dan Gilbert ‘Beyond Repair’

If LeBron James ends up leaving the Cleveland Cavaliers as a free agent in 2018, look no further than his relationship with owner Dan Gilbert to explain why. Apparently. According to longtime NBA reporter Chris Sheridan: This report was met with rebukes from Fox Sports Ohio’s Sam Amico and Fox Sports 1’s Chris Broussard: Get [...]

August 17, 2017 dfavale Dan Favale 0

Who Has to Travel the Most for the 2017-18 NBA Season? The Answer May Surprise You

Who Has to Travel the Most for the 2017-18 NBA Season? The Answer May Surprise You

The NBA season is the most grueling travel wise of any major professional sport as an 82 game trek around the country can result in a ton of miles and travel fatigue. Unlike the Major League Baseball where teams typically play three games in a location before having to bolt town, NBA teams often have [...]

August 16, 2017 Ryan Bawek Ryan Bawek 0

Must Watch Games for 2017-18 Season

Must Watch Games for 2017-18 Season

Rejoice NBA fans and start planning many road trips! The 2017-18 NBA schedule was officially released on Monday. Some of these games are subject to change as the NBA has enabled all networks that carry their product to use flex scheduling to select the optimal games as the season heats up and playoff spots are [...]

August 16, 2017 Ryan Bawek Ryan Bawek 0