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
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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
We've now covered the entire Eastern Conference amnesty clause candidates. We're moving on to the West now, where we'll see which teams have the real albatross contracts, and which teams have been careful and prudent in building their roster (see: OKC). The amnesty clause is going to benefit some teams more than others, and we'll see who
I'm back with the next section of my top 200 NBA players of all-time list. This time we got a little bit of everything...new school, old school, players who are coaches, players who have been coaches and players who wanted to beat up opponents. Enjoy the list. 159 Richard Hamilton/ Penny Hardaway Penny Hardaway and R.I.P. Hamilton are not
The Los Angeles Lakers have many roster decisions to make before the next NBA season starts. The core unit is getting older but stilled had surges of brilliance last season. Is the spotlight in the bright lights of LA dulling for Kobe Bryant and company? Remember all the hype the Los Angeles Lakers received during last summers free agency.
Every year there are a few NBA players who are past their prime and should call it quits to save their legacy and make room for the new guns. No better time to permanently pack up the sneakers than a lockout. This article isn't meant to be mean, but realistic. These players have done their thing in the past, but their 15 minutes or 10 plus