NBA Free Agency

Free Agency Begins
Free Agency Begins
It used to be just baseball flourished off season. Now led by the enormity that is the NFL, the off seasons in many ways are as intriguing as the seasons. The NBA begins it's circus when the clock strikes 12.01 AM on July 1st, another words 10 hours from now, and it figures to be wild and exciting...
NBA Playoff Question. Has Nate Robinson Earned More Money Then JR Smith Has Lost
NBA Playoff Question. Has Nate Robinson Earned More Money Then JR Smith Has Lost
2 free agents. 2 guards. Similar strengths. Vast differences. Well traveled. Seen as spark plugs and yet enigma's as well. I am speaking of Knicks guard J.R. Smith and Bulls guard Nate Robinson. Coming into the playoffs it was Smith whose value was on the high considering he was the 6th man of the year and seemingly had finally grown up...
Dwightmare: Howard Won’t Sign Extension With Lakers
Dwightmare: Howard Won’t Sign Extension With Lakers
Despite reports that disgruntled Orlando Magic center Dwight Howard would sign a contract extension with the Los Angeles Lakers if he was traded there, it appears as though the Dwightmare just continues to get uglier. Howard's agent, Dan Fegan, has come out and said that regardless of who Howard is traded to, he will explore the free agent market, including the Brooklyn Nets...
NBA Free Agency Roundup: Bynum Extension Possibilities
NBA Free Agency Roundup: Bynum Extension Possibilities
While NBA fans everywhere wait to find out where Dwight Howard will be playing next year, they saw a number of transactions go down on another torrid day of NBA free agency. Upon having his name linked to trade talks in the Dwightmare, Andrew Bynum's agent is urging teams that have been linked to him to check with Bynum to make sure that he would be receptive to signing an extension before trading
Knicks Will Not Match Offer For Jeremy Lin
Knicks Will Not Match Offer For Jeremy Lin
The New York Knicks have concluded their contemplation on the Jeremy Lin situation: they will not match the three year, $25 million offer sheet and will allow the point guard to walk to the Houston Rockets. Lin's situation was made difficult for Knicks management due to the third year of the deal, in which he was due to make $15 million, as opposed to $5 million in each of the first two seasons of

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