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Wednesday, March 4, 2015

Basketball

Danny Ainge Should Be Thanked for Making Kendrick Perkins Trade

When Danny Ainge dealt Kendrick Perkins to the Oklahoma City Thunder the basketball world felt pure shock. As a fan of the Boston Celtics, I felt pure rage. Even Lakers fans were left in disbelief over what had transpired at the trade deadline. Why would Danny pull off a last second deal that may disturb the balance of…Read More

Ron Artest Gets Lakers Car from George Lopez Tonight (Pictures)

Ron Artest joined Lopez Tonight on TBS Wednesday evening to collect on a promise George had made on a previous visit. Lopez promised the Lakers forward a car — a Phantom actually — but the charitable Artest said all he needed was a Hyundai. Whenever Ron Ron saw George sitting courtside at Lakers games, he…Read More

Phil Jackson Says Ron Artest Runs Offense Better Than Kobe Bryant

When Lamar Odom looked sluggish toward the end of the game against the Thunder on Sunday and missed two crucial free throws, Kobe Bryant sent him a message.  On Tuesday, Phil Jackson was either attempting to send a message of his own to Kobe or giving Ron Artest a confidence booster.  Regardless, Bryant will probably…Read More

Shawne Williams Dunks on Dwight Howard (Video)

There are very few occasions where we can say something nice about Shawne Williams.  For a guy who generally makes the news for getting into a fight or getting choked by Ron Artest, it must be refreshing to hear a compliment. When you find a way to dunk over Dwight Howard, you deserve one.  Normally…Read More

Aaron Liberman: Jewish Dwight Howard

In order to understand the importance of Aaron Liberman, you have to grasp how the Jewish community feels about its athletes. See, all it takes is a hint of Judaism for the community to begin buzzing about a given player. The reason is simple: Jews are generally viewed as people better suited to be owners,…Read More

The Time Donald Sterling Walked out on the Anaheim Pond Mid-Meeting

Before the LA Clippers became one of the few NBA teams that appears to be doing well financially, there were times when they hardly drew fans to the outdated LA Sports Arena. It was then — 15 years ago — that they were considering playing their games at the Pond in Anaheim (currently named the…Read More

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