Amar’e Stoudemire To Train With Hakeem Olajuwon Again This Summer

Amar’e Stoudemire has two years left on 5 year $100 million contract with the New York Knicks, and even he’s trying to finish his time as a Knick on a positive note. Stoudemire will travel to Houston to once again to train with Hall of Fame center Hakeem Olujuwon, in the hopes of improving his

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Jeff Hornacek Agrees To Become Head Coach Of Phoenix Suns

Earlier we reported that the Phoenix Suns had settled in on a head coaching target, and offered the job to Jeff Hornacek. RealGM is reporting that everything is official now, and the Suns have agreed to terms with Hornacek on a contract. Jeff Hornacek Agrees To Become Head Coach Of Suns — bit.ly/112i36y — RealGM (@RealGM) May

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George Hill Says Only God Is Scarier To Face Than LeBron James

The Indiana Pacers showed incredible heart and resiliency by responding in game two of the Eastern Conference Finals and stealing one in Miami. The Pacers should be up 2-0, but will take going back to Indiana with the series tied.  The Pacers were able to get LeBron James to commit to late turnovers during the

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Tony Parker Denied Service At Memphis Restaurant Iris

The San Antonio Spurs are in Memphis with a 2-0 series lead and all the momentum in their series with the Memphis Grizzlies. Spurs star point guard Tony Parker wanted a bite to eat, and headed to the Restaurant Iris,which is run by acclaimed chef Kelly English. Parker is an all NBA point, a food connoisseur and

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NBA Unveils “Forever Is Big,” “Forever Kobe’ Playoff Ad (Video)

The NBA loves to unveil new playoff ads, and in their latest one from the league’s Finals 2013 “BIG” campaign, they feature their biggest star, who had to sit out the playoffs due to an Achilles tear. The ad shows The Black Mamba at his finest from 2002 totally taking Todd MacCulloch‘s cornbread, as the Lakers went

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Phil Jackson Would Pick Bill Russell Over Michael Jordan To Start Team (Video)

Phil Jackson has been doing the media rounds to promote his new memoir, and in the process has given some strong opinions. Last week Jackson compared Michael Jordan to Kobe Bryant, and sided with Jordan on a lot of his opinions. Today he’s picking another player over Jordan to start a team if he had

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Report: Cavaliers Considering Otto Porter With No.1 Pick

Many experts and draft aficionado’s expect the Cleveland Cavaliers to select Kentucky center Nerlens Noel with the #1 overall pick in next months draft. Noel is considered a project, a player who is a couple of years away from contributing anything but blocks and rebounds, so the rumors have started about the Cavs looking around,

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