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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Nate Robinson’s Sick Crossover On Kris Humphries (Video)

Nate Robinson showed a lot of heart last night as he battled with Bulls against the Nets all while suffering from a vicious flu that had him vomiting on the bench. During a Bulls fast break, Nets forward Kris Humphries got matched up with Robinson, and did a good job of stopping the ball. Robinson then had

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Kobe Bryant And Mom In Legal Battle Over Memorabilia Auction

Earlier in the week we reported on a memorabilia auction that the mother of Kobe Bryant was scheduled to have in conjunction with Goldin Auctions of West Berlin, New Jersey.  Pamela Bryant was scheduled to auction off h is Lower Merion high school jersey from his freshman season, the only year in which he wore #24. Also scheduled for

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Nuggets Broadcaster Scott Hastings Calls Mark Jackson “Classless”

Following the Denver Nuggets series extending game 5 win over Golden State, Warriors head coach Mark Jackson criticized the Nuggets for their physical and rough play on Stephen Curry. “They tried to send hit men at Steph,” Jackson said in his post game news conference after the Warriors’ 107-100 loss Tuesday night at the Pepsi

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Report: Nuggets Players Were Calling Stephen Curry Soft

The Denver Nuggets were down 3-1 the other night, and tactfully employed their version of the Jordan rules on Warriors point guard Stephen Curry during game 5. Denver roughed Curry up at every turn of the game. If he drove the lane, came off a screen, anything Curry did resulted in him being bumped, pushed

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Royce White Taunts Kevin Durant On Twitter After Thunder Lose To Rockets

Royce White is an enigma in the greatest sense of the word.  White is famous for suffering from an anxiety disorder, but a lot of his actions don’t scream of a disorder, or being anxious about much of anything. White who was drafted by the Houston Rockets, but has spent the whole season between the D-League and

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