Pistons Likely To Get Rid Of Hamilton After The Lockout

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There is a lot of uncertainty regarding the NBA lockout and the future of some players. What isn’t too surprising is that when or if the lockout ends the Detroit Pistons will resume shopping Richard Hamilton. This news isn’t a surprise to anyone. Hamilton hasn’t been the same player ever since Chauncey Billups was shipped to the […]

Garrett Gilbert Named Texas Longhorns Starting Quarterback

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Garrett Gilbert struggled during his junior year with the Texas Longhorns, throwing for ten touchdowns but 17 interceptions as the squad slumped to a 5-7 record to finish off the 2010 season. Now in his senior season, Gilbert has one more shot to prove himself. And the Longhorns are giving him that chance after he […]

Mets To Activate Jose Reyes for Game Two of Marlins Double-Header

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  According to New York Mets’ manager Terry Collins, the team plans to activate star Jose Reyes for Game Two of the double-header with the Florida Marlins.  Reyes was supposed to be back on Sunday, but plans were delayed after Hurricane Irene hit the east coast. Since then, he has been rehabbing from injury and […]

FBI Still Looking for Javaris Crittenton

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  Javaris Crittenton has had a tough two years. Last year, he was arrested for a gun charge with former teammate, Gilbert Arenas. Now the troubled guard is wanted by the FBI as he was believed to be responsible for a murder of Julian Jones. The 23-year-old is believed to be in the Los Angeles […]

NBA and Players’ Union to Meet Wednesday

According to the Associated Press, the NBA and the players’ union will meet this Wednesday about the ongoing lockout occurring so far in the league. The meeting reportedly will be small, with only a few representatives from each side. Earlier this week, the two sides planned to meet. This will be their second time meeting […]

JaMarcus Russell Is Paying Off His Debt

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When the Oakland Raiders drafted JaMarcus Russell with the number one pick in 2007, neither Al Davis or Russell figured that he’d be out of football, desperate for a tryout. Russell held out to get $60 million guaranteed from the Raiders and then proceeded to go hoodlum and produce three of the worse seasons by any quarterback in […]

2011 NBA Preview: Is the Boston Celtics’ Reign Over?

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On the day Celtics’ GM Danny Ainge engineered the deal that brought the Celtics Kevin Garnett and Ray Allen, many predicted another dynasty was looming for the NBA’s most storied franchise. Four years later, the Celtics have netted four playoff appearances, two NBA finals appearances and one title. The Celtics have held a fairly comfortable […]

Ranking Dirk Nowitzki, Bob McAdoo And The Greatest Big Men Shooters In NBA History

Welcome back to the “Greatest Ever” series as we continue with the rankings of the game’s top big men shooters of all time. Although shooting is part of the game where the small guys in particular excel, still some centers and power forwards have used this ability as their biggest strength in their games. Nonetheless, […]

Quote Of The Week: Stan Van Gundy

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In light of the Miami Hurricanes scandal, Orlando Magic head coach Stan Van Gundy had some disparaging remarks about the NCAA. “The system is set up for everybody but the kids while pretending to be about the kids,” Van Gundy said. “Athletics and education should be separate. Colleges shouldn’t be farm systems. It doesn’t make […]

One Angry Bear: Chester Taylor On His Way Out?

After not seeing the field against the Tennessee Titans, Chicago Bears running back Chester Taylor’s days appear to be numbered. Matt Forte is the unquestioned starter and Taylor was the backup…last year. The Bears went out and signed Marion Barber to give them some more quality depth at the position. What Taylor didn’t count on […]