Report: Paul Pierce May Be Traded Or Released By The Celtics

Paul Pierce like any aging star in sports is now faced with the decline in his skills, the possibility of his career ending, and most importantly, wondering when and where it will end. Pierce is aware that many a great athlete has ended his career in a different city.  Pierce is prepared for that, so

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Pistons C Andre Drummond To Train With Hakeem Olajuwon

Pundits wondered if Detroit Piston center Andre Drummond had the intensity and drive to be successful in the NBA?  Drummond showed glimpses of both during his rookie season, and now he needs to take the next step. The Detroit Free Press is reporting that Drummond is set to train and workout with Hakeem Olajuwon at some

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Kevin Durant Says He Can Do More To Help Thunder Win

Kevin Durant has done everything to help the Oklahoma City Thunder stay afloat since Russell Westbrook went down with a torn meniscus. Durant most nights during these playoffs will lead the Thunder in scoring, assist, rebounds, steals, and anything else relevant. The Thunder are down 2-1 to the Grizzlies and their backs are against the

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Warriors’ David Lee Says He’ll Need Hip Surgery After The Playoffs

Golden State Warriors center David Lee has provided the team an unlikely spark by returning to the playoffs after we all thought his season was over after tearing a hip muscle in the first round against the Nuggets. Lee played nearly 8 minutes in the overtime win over the Spurs, and has given the Warriors

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Danny Green Throws Down Sick Putback Dunk Over Stephen Curry (Video)

The veteran Spurs are showing the young Warriors how it’s done right now as they lead Golden State by 8 at the half.   Stephen Curry is being hobbled by a bad ankle and it’s showing. In the video courtesy of Next Impulse Sports, Spurs forward Danny Green literally leaps over Curry for a sick putback

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Kevin Durant Says Serge Ibaka’s Shooting Problems Are ‘All In His Mind’

Serge Ibaka wouldn’t normally be the focal point of the Oklahoma City Thunder’s offensive outlook, but with Russell Westbrook out for the remainder of the playoffs, Ibaka has become a focal point. Add to the equation that in essence, the Thunder chose Ibaka over James Harden last summer, and his lack of offensive punch becomes

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Knicks’ Kenyon Martin Now Suffering From J.R. Smith’s Illness

He may not be suffering through a shooting slump or running the streets with Rihanna, but Knicks forward Kenyon Martin is now suffering from the same illness that slowed J.R. Smith down. J.R. Smith and Kenyon Martin are both missing practice due to illness, according to the Knicks. — Frank Isola (@FisolaNYDN) May 12, 2013

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Metta World Peace: Floyd Mayweather Jr., Kobe Bryant Have A lot In Common

Take away Floyd Mayweather’s gambling, his penchant for being obnoxious at times, and his flair for being arrogant, and what you have is essentially a boxing genius. People sometimes can’t see that because they get caught up in other things Floyd.  Other athletes are aware of that though, and usually always pay homage. After Floyd

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76ers Hire Sam Hinkie To Be New GM

The Philadelphia 76ers are starting over as a franchise, and with that comes a new GM and a new way of thinking.  Adrian Wojnarowski of Yahoo Sports is reporting that Philadelphia has hired Sam Hinkie as their new GM. Hinkie will replace Tony DiLeo with the 76ers and assume full control of basketball operations. Hinkie is a

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Heat’s Chris Bosh And Mario Chalmers Argue, Joakim Noah LOVES It (Video)

One of these days Rock Chalk Chalmers is going to get enough of his teammates taking their frustrations out on him.  Last night during the third of quarter of the Heats 104-94 game victory over the Bulls, Heat forward Chris Bosh aired Mario Chalmers out for who knows what. It is tradition that when a

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