Report: Minnesota Timberwolves Interested In O.J. Mayo

As the NBA Playoffs continue to roar along, the off-season at some point will come, and just like in the NFL, we will have months of free agent rumors and speculation. Let the first rumor, or potential landing spot for a player begin. Darren Wolfson of ESPN 1500 is reporting via his sources that the Minnesota

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Report: Bucks’ Monta Ellis, Larry Sanders Almost Came To Blows After Loss To Heat

The Milwaukee Bucks had a rough go of it during their first round sweep at the hands of the Miami Heat.  CBSSports.com is reporting that things got so intense after a game 3 blowout loss, that guard Monta Ellis and forward Larry Sanders almost came to blows, and had to be physically separated. even though the

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Mike Woodson Says J.R. Smith Might See Less Playing Time If Slump Continues

Something is going on with Knicks guard J.R. Smith and if he doesn’t fix it, he might be glued to the bench.  Smith has been in a terrible slump since elbowing Jason Terry during the Celtics series. New York head coach Mike Woodson was on ESPN Radio, and let it be known Smith could lose his time

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Double Coverage With Boss & Two: Talk NBA Playoffs, Derrick Rose, Josh Smith, And More

JR The Bossman (@JRTheBossman) was joined by Glenn Erby (@thacover2), of thacover2.com and BlackSportsOnline.com (@BlkSportsOnline) for his weekly Bossman Show (@BossmanShow) appearance to talk about all the hot topics in the world of sports, entertainment, and music in an entertaining, education, and electrifying manner. Also, Steve Person (@Hooptalk365) from HoopTalk365.com will join the show to

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Gary Washburn Defends Decision To Vote Carmelo Anthony As MVP Over LeBron

LeBron James won his fourth MVP Award on Sunday but it did not come without controversy.  James won the award and received 120 of the 121 possible first-place votes, James was one first place vote from being a unanimous selection for MVP, with the single first place vote going to New York Knicks forward Carmelo

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J.R. Smith Rips Bandwagon Knicks Fans, Says He Wasn’t Partying (Photo)

Knicks guard J.R. Smith has done a pretty good job of trying to avoid meltdowns and becoming a distraction to his team.  In the last week though, Smith has caught flak for partying it up before the Knicks game four loss to the Celtics. The Knicks were able to move on and win the series,

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Nets Fire P.J. Carlesimo, Jeff Van Gundy Top Candidate

The Brooklyn Nets flamed out against a injured and battered Chicago Bulls team, and interim head coach P.J. Carlesimo will take the fall for it. Adrian Wojnarowski of Yahoo Sports is reporting that the Nets have fired Carlesimo and will start the search for a new head coach. Nets search for a new coach has started.

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LeBron On His 4th MVP: I Don’t Know How Good I Can Be

LeBron James is hours away from winning his fourth Most Valuable Player Award in five years, and his second straight.  James not one to rest on his laurels, is still working, still trying to improve. A humbled James while being interviewed by ESPN, said “he’s a historian of the game, and really doesn’t know how good he

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NBA Draft Prospect Alex Len Out 4-6 Months After Ankle Surgery

Former University of Maryland center Alex Len declared for the NBA Draft figuring he’d be a lottery pick and that the decision was a no brainer. Len may be second guessing his decision now after receiving some tough news.  CSN Washington is reporting that Len underwent ankle surgery to stabilize a partial stress fracture in his left

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LeBron James To Win 4th MVP Award

LeBron James is quickly approaching a club that not many athletes will have membership to.  ESPN.com is reporting that James will be named NBA MVP for the second straight season, and his fourth career MVP overall. James will  join Michael Jordan, Bill Russell, Kareem Abdul-Jabbar and Wilt Chamberlain with at least four MVP awards. “He’s earned it,” Heat coach Erik Spoelstra said

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