Chauncey Billups: “Blake Griffin Is Too Nice Of A Guy”

Chauncey Billups appeared on ESPN this morning to talk about the NBA Finals, his future in the NBA, and his Clippers teammate Blake Griffin. When the conversation of Griffin came up, Billups didn’t hold his tongue.  He stated that Griffin is extremely talented, and even though he doesn’t think Griffin is soft, he is “too nice on the

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Tom Thibodeau, Monty Williams To Join Team USA Coaching Staff

Duke head coach Mike Krzyzewski has decided to return to USA Basketball, and coach Team USA through the 2016 Olympics in Rio. Coach K also has decided to make a few coaching changes after losing Mike D’Antoni and Nate McMillan to the rigors of the NBA. Bulls coach Tom Thibodeau and the New Orleans Pelican’s head coach

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Kenny Smith Interested In Kings’ GM Position

The Sacramento Kings are searching for a new GM, and a new name has emerged.  USA Today is reporting that former NBA guard and current TNT analyst Kenny Smith in interested in joining the Kings front office. Smith told USA TODAY Sports on Sunday night that he has been in discussions with new Kings owner Vivek Ranadive.

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Report: Bobcats Willing to Trade No. 4 Pick for Chris Bosh

The Charlotte Bobcats are tired of being bottom feeders, and our looking to make a huge splash in this years draft to start their ascension. Sports Illustrated is reporting that the Bobcats are interested in trading the 4th pick in the draft to the Heat for Chris Bosh. Report: Bobcats want Bosh for No. 4

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Jason Collins Marched In Boston’s Gay Pride Parade (Photos)

Jason Collins joined his former Stanford roommate and current Massachusetts Congressman Joe Kennedy III in Boston’s Gay Pride Parade yesterday. Collins wore a Nike sponsored shirt that read #BETRUE, when he joined thousands of marchers Saturday. In April, Collins became the first active player in one of the four major U.S. professional sports leagues to come out as

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LeBron On Critics Saying He Needs To Do More: “I’ve Done More And Lost”

LeBron James is facing quite the conundrum entering tonight’s game 2 of the NBA Finals against the San Antonio Spurs. James is supposed to be apart of the Miami Heats big three, but lately his circumstances have been reminiscent of his days in Cleveland when he had to do everything to carry the team. According

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Report: Orlando Magic shopping No. 2 pick

This is months upcoming NBA Draft is one void of a bonafide superstar, and causing some teams to reportedly attempt to trade out of potential top 3 pick. The Orlando Sentinel is reporting that the Orlando Magic are now also shopping the #2 pick in the draft, days after reports surfaced that the Cleveland Cavaliers would

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Allen Iverson Owes $40k In Child Support, Ex-Wife Wants Him Thrown in Jail

Allen Iverson has had a rough go of it in his personal life lately.  He’s struggled to adapt to life after the NBA, and even as far back as February, during a final divorce decree, the judge called him a drunken horrible parent and ordered him to pay $8k a month in Child Support. Iverson has

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Report: Shane Battier Likely To Retire At End Of Next Season

Shane Battier has had a classy, hard-nosed, successful NBA career.  Alex Kennedy of Hoops World is reporting that Battier will likely call it a career when his contract expires in 2014. Shane Battier told me that he'll likely retire after next season, when his contract with the Miami Heat expires: http://t.co/WCRw770uUR — Alex Kennedy (@AlexKennedyNBA) June 8, 2013

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