The Mavericks' 2011 championship team is breaking apart piece by piece. Jason Terry has agreed to terms with the Celtics on a deal worth $15.6 million over three years. The team used its mid-level exception on Terry. The Celtics reportedly still want Ray Allen to resign, but the odds of that happening can't be good now.
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It's been a long time coming for Skip Bayless, and Mark Cuban finally stepped up to the plate and knocked Skip's ego right out of the park. This is my kind of debate; the one where Skip does a minimal amount of talking while getting trashed by a highly intelligent and competent person.
The point guard problem with the Los Angeles Lakers seemed to be solved when they made a trade with the Cleveland Cavaliers for Ramon Sessions and then completed a separate trade with the Houston Rockets to unload the aging Derek Fisher. However, the problem can't be solved if the resolution isn't applied. In other words, what does the
Former-New Orleans Hornets' ex-star Jamal Mashburn says he is interested in purchasing the team he used to play for. Yahoo!'s Ben Maller reports Mashburn wants to expand his resume by adding businessman and NBA franchise owner. "For me, being in business is always something I wanted to do. When I was a kid riding on trains in New York, I
Say what you will about Dirk's goofy appearance, his dramatic reading skills are second to none. Watch Dirk read some lyrics from the Britney Spears song "Oops I Did It Again" after the jump. (more...)
Ten Reasons Obama Should Meet Delonte West 1. Delonte can explain why guns are bad to someone who already knows because he is not Dick Cheney. 2. Delonte can discuss the prospect of teaming up at Home Depot and subsequently considering spending time together on Habitat for Humanity. 3. Delonte West can encourage Obama to get some
Kevin Durant makes loud booming statements many times throughout an NBA season whether it's with a thunder dunk, defensive stop or a buzzer beater. This time he is starting out early as he drilled a last second 3-pointer to give the Oklahoma City Thunder a 104-102 victory against the winless Dallas Mavericks. Oklahoma City had a five point
Peja Stojakovic, one of the best 3-point shooters in the history of the NBA is calling it quits after 13-seasons. The 34-year old small forward who won an NBA Championship with the Dallas Mavericks last season, is set to retire because he feels his heart and body are not in it 100% anymore. In a Sports Day article, Stojakovic elaborated on
Brett Roberts and I have been working on other projects, which has pushed our lists of the top 200 players to ever play in the NBA to the side for a short time. But, we're back with the next installment of 139-120. This segment of my list includes a couple current players, guards, big men, players from back in the day and the superstars we