The story is as old as professional sports. Star athletes make it big one day but never plan for tomorrow. Then bad things happen after they can't play anymore and we hear about them in the media. Donte Greene, who played at Syracuse University during the 2007-08 season before leaving for four seasons in the NBA, has just been added to the list of sports figure tragedies.
The NBA's Atlanta Hawks have been busy making trades this week. Friday, after adding All-Star guard Dejounte Murray from the San Antonio Spurs on Wednesday, Atlanta sent a Capital Region favorite out west in a puzzling move.
Kings point guard Darren Collison has been arrested on domestic violence charges Monday in northern California after police responded to a call that a woman was being assaulted.
Collison was released on $55,000 bail and is expected to be back in court on July 11th...
Glens Falls native, Jimmer Fredette, is currently in his 3rd NBA season -- all with the Sacramento Kings. Fredette Is currently in the process of being bought out by the Kings, which would make him a free agent in the coming weeks.
The Milwaukee Bucks, New York Knicks, Miami Heat, and the Utah Jazz have all been teams thrown out there as possible destinations for the third-year sharpshooter...
The Sacramento Kings are nearing a contract buyout with guard Jimmer Fredette.
The Glens Falls native has never gained traction with the Kings, and is averaging just 11.3 minutes per game this season. He has averaged just 15 minutes a game during an NBA career that began in 2011-12...
Say goodbye to Cleveland's Byron Scott. The Cavs fired Scott after a 24-58 record this past season, including losing 16 of their final 18 games.
Scott has now coached and been fired 3x, by the Nets, New Orleans, and now Cleveland.
Under Scott the Cavs pulled a very dubious " honor" this past season...
Recently, rumors have been swirling that a Seattle based group of investors are in talks to purchase the Sacramento Kings from the Maloof brothers which, if achieved, would bring the Seattle SuperSonics back to the NBA.
Of course, just like with the Sonics relocation to Oklahoma City, this would leave a noticeable hole in the NBA landscape, this time in Sacramento, who have been a memorable franch