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Saturday, October 10, 2015


Derek Fisher wants Phil Jackson to be more involved with Knicks

New York Knicks president Phil Jackson avoided a hands-on approach with the team last season because he did not want to step on first-year head coach Derek Fisher’s toes. But after the Knicks finished with the second-worst record in the league, the novice coach told the sage that he would like some advice and assistance…Read More

Report: Anthony Bennett clears waivers, will sign with Raptors

In 2012, Anthony Bennett became the first Canadian to be selected first overall in the NBA Draft. Now, three years later, it looks like he will be heading up north to play in his native land. ESPN Basketball insider Jeff Goodman reported on Friday that Bennett, who was officially bought out by the Minnesota Timberwolves…Read More

Klay Thompson thanks God ‘every day’ that Milwaukee passed on him

Klay Thompson is an NBA champion and All-Star for the Golden State Warriors. However, things could have been much different for him, and now he’s talk about how glad he is that things worked out the way they did. The Warriors drafted Thompson eleventh overall in 2011. The Milwaukee Bucks held the tenth pick in…Read More

Paul Pierce will ‘probably’ retire if Clippers win NBA championship

Paul Pierce just added some extra incentive to the Los Angeles Clippers to bring home their first NBA championship in franchise history. The veteran says he will “probably” retire if they win it all. “This year, If we win a championship…I’ll probably be done with basketball,” Pierce said at media day on Friday. Pierce is…Read More

Timberwolves GM: We’re not talking about trading Ricky Rubio

Heading into his fifth NBA season, Minnesota point guard Ricky Rubio is caught in a bit of a basketball limbo for the Timberwolves. He’s too old to be considered a true member of the Wolves’ raw, young core (though with Rubio being just 24, that’s more a testament to the absurd pool of fresh talent…Read More

Phil Jackson thinks Kobe might play for team other than Lakers

Kobe Bryant is entering his final season with the Los Angeles Lakers and many have assumed based on reports that the legendary player will retire after the year. Not so fast, my friends. Speaking with the media on Friday, New York Knicks president Phil Jackson told reporters that he doesn’t think Kobe will retire yet….Read More

Chris Bosh says he is off blood thinners, ready for contact

Chris Bosh is no longer on blood thinners as he ramps up for the new NBA season. Bosh missed the second half of last season after being diagnosed with blood clots. He was put on blood thinners to combat the matter, and he says he is off of them now and cleared for full contact….Read More

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