Report: Lakers Unlikely To Agree To Sign And Trade Dwight Howard

Any team looking to get into the Dwight Howard sweepstakes will have to sign him on their own, because the Lakers will be unlikely to agree to a sign and trade of their All Star big man. ESPN.com is reporting that the Lakers, who are aware that they could lose Howard to the Rockets, would rather

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Hakeem Olajuwon Says He Can Help Amar’e Stoudemire Reach Potential

Hakeem Olajuwon thinks that he is just the man to help Knicks power forward Amar’e Stoudemire expand and make the necessary adjustments to his game, that will allow him to be successful. Olajuwon told the New York Post that he would like to have another week-long session with Stoudemire, so that he can help him reach his

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Report: Celtics In talks to Send Doc Rivers, Kevin Garnett To Clippers

I know, you can’t trade a head coach.  But you can complete a deal that would trade a player, and allow a coach out of his deal, for compensation for both. Adrian Wojnarowski is reporting that the Celtics are in the midst of talks with the Clippers to send  Kevin Garnett and the right to hire

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Lakers’ Trainer Wants Steve Nash’s Minutes Limited Next Season

Lakers guard Steve Nash suffered a fracture in his fibula during the second game of the season, that sidelined him until Dec. 22. Nash missed 24 games during that stretch, and was never the same during the 2012-13 NBA season.  Nash’s 6.7 assist per game were his lowest since 2,000. Lakers trainer Gary Vitti now

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Doc Rivers’ Contract With Celtics Contains Non-Compete Clause

If the Clippers or any other team is interested in obtaining Doc Rivers’ services, they are going to have to come up with some players, cash, or serious draft picks to compensate the Celtics with. CBSSports.com is reporting that Rivers has a strong non-compete clause in his contract with the Celtics that calls for compensation if

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Tony Parker Says His Hamstring Can Tear At Anytime

Many pundits and experts felt the Spurs and Gregg Popovich should have held Tony Parker out of game 4 after he strained his hamstring in a game three blowout over the Heat in the Finals. Parker struggled somewhat, and went scoreless during the second half.  Now according to Word On The Game, via J, A. Adande, Parker

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Nuggets F Andre Iguodala Opts Out Of Contract, Will Become Free Agent

Denver Nuggets small forward Andre Iguodala chose contract security over $15.9 million in his final season in the Mile High City. Yahoo Sports columnist Adrian Wojnarowski is reporting that Iguodala will opt out of his current deal and become an unrestricted free agent. Y! Sources: Denver's Andre Iguodala has decided to opt-out of final year of

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Grizzlies To Interview George Karl

Yahoo Sports is reporting that former Denver Nuggets coach George Karl is scheduled to interview for the Memphis Grizzlies’ head-coaching opening on Monday. Karl who was this season’s NBA Coach of the Year, will interview for the job that recently became available when the Grizzlies decided to part ways, and not offer Lionel Hollins a new contract. Hollins ironically, is interviewing for

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Report: Clippers And Doc Rivers Have Mutual Interest

As we’ve been reporting, Doc Rivers and the Boston Celtics may be preparing to part ways.  Rivers has no interest in the rebuilding situation the Celtics are about to embark on, and Rivers is open to coaching other teams.  ESPN L.A. is reporting that the Clippers and Doc Rivers have a mutual interest in each other. Doc

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Pistons Center Andre Drummond Dunks on Chris Brown (Video)

R&B singer Chris Brown has been known to be pretty good at basketball.  Brown was somewhere in L.A. getting in a good run when Detroit Pistons second year center Andre Drummond arrived. Brown must have told Drummond he could stop him from dunking on him, because a few hours later, there was a Vine of

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