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Wednesday, September 2, 2015


Phil Jackson: Kristaps Porzingis could be ‘too tall for the game’

Throughout his distinguished career in the sport of basketball, we have seen many different sides of Knicks president Phil Jackson. There’s Phil, the Zen philosopher. Phil, the triangle guru. Phil, the championship collector. Phil, the social media gagster. Phil, the shade-thrower. Now we’re seeing Phil, the cynic. In Monday’s latest installment of the ongoing series…Read More

LaMarcus Aldridge is ‘mentally drained’ after free agency

There are plenty of people who believe that LaMarcus Aldridge had made up his mind about joining the San Antonio Spurs long before he took meetings with other teams. That may have been the case, but it hasn’t made adjusting to a new city any easier for the top prize of the 2015 free agency…Read More

Brandon Armstrong onto referees, impersonates Joey Crawford (Video)

NBA impressions magnifico Brandon Armstrong has outdone himself once more. On Monday, the former D-League star returned to solidify his viral dominion atop the basketball universe. Having already provided us with a brilliant selection of NBA player impersonations, Armstrong expanded his horizons and took on the Association’s most notorious referee Joey Crawford in perhaps his…Read More

Report: Most of Kings’ front office wants to trade DeMarcus Cousins

The trade talk surrounding DeMarcus Cousins has essentially gone silent over the past month or two, and all signs point toward the 6-foot-11 center trying to work things out with Sacramento Kings coach George Karl. One report indicates that Karl might not be the only person Cousins has to win over. According to Howard Beck…Read More

Chicago Bulls hire Toni Kukoc as special advisor

In the latest reading from the Holy Gospel according to the Sacramento Kings, the Chicago Bulls have hired former team great Toni Kukoc to a role in the front office as a special advisor. The Croatian Sensation will advise Bulls president and COO Michael Reinsdorf, the team announced in an official press release on Monday….Read More

Greg Oden heads to China, signs with Jiangsu Dragons

Eight years ago, Ohio State center Greg Oden was a 19-year-old kid with a bright future, bright enough to be selected first overall by the Portland Trail Blazers in the 2007 NBA Draft. Now after numerous debilitating injuries and legal problems, Oden’s NBA days look to be all but over. After no NBA teams took…Read More

Kenneth Faried: There will be a female head coach in the NBA

The San Antonio Spurs made history last summer when they hired former WNBA star Becky Hammon as an assistant coach. The Sacramento Kings followed suit a few weeks ago, announcing that they have added Basketball Hall of Famer Nancy Lierberman to their coaching staff. Will there be a female head coach in the NBA at…Read More

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