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  1. Billy Hunter thinks maybe players could form their own league

    Nov 17, 2011, 12:07 PM EST

    NBPA Meet To Discuss Current CBA Offer

    After watching (and at times attending) the summer of pro/ams and charity games, I’ve become more convinced than ever that the players need the NBA, too. They need the marketing, the building, the ability to create a professional event — the league builds the stage the players are on. Their relationship is symbiotic. Throughout the…

  2. Shaq turned away from NYC club because he dressed down

    Nov 17, 2011, 11:25 AM EST

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    Shaquille O’Neal may be an NBA legend, a television personality, social media star and now published author, it doesn’t matter. For some New York clubs you don’t dress up, you don’t get in. Period. Here is the report from TMZ — who else did you think would have this story? (Hat tip to Eye on…

  3. NBA overseas roundup: Joakim Noah considering Paris stop

    Nov 17, 2011, 11:01 AM EST

    Joakim Noah France

    With the NBA labor talks blowing up, more and more NBA players are trying to find their way overseas to earn a paycheck. Here is a roundup of the latest rumors — but remember they are rumors so take a few grains of salt with them. • Bulls big man Joakim Noah confirmed that he…

  4. First real tests of new labor deal will be Howard, Paul, Williams

    Nov 17, 2011, 10:21 AM EST

    Deron Williams, Avery Johnson, Billy King

    Chris Bosh is right. Part of what is fueling this hardline stance by owners is about Miami and New York. This is what I mean. What LeBron James, Chris Bosh and Carmelo Anthony did last year shook small market owners to their core. Those guys pay the bills for owners, yet franchise cornerstones moved on…

  5. Even David Beckham is ticked about NBA lockout

    Nov 17, 2011, 8:42 AM EST

    David Beckham at Lakers

    That’s it. Even past-their-prime-but-can’t-retire guys from England are ticked about the NBA lockout. That’s when you know it’s gone too far. David Beckham, a court side seat regular at Staples Center for Lakers games, is angry about the lockout. Becks (I can call him that, we’re tight) was on ESPN radio in Los Angeles and…

  6. Bosh calls lockout league’s revenge for Miami, New York

    Nov 17, 2011, 8:06 AM EST

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    Chris Bosh thinks that part of the owners’ motivation in playing hardball is their anger about what LeBron James and he did last summer, then what Carmelo Anthony did to Denver. Bosh believes those moves are fuel for smaller market owners trying to get a complete and total destruction of the union during the current…

  7. Shaq says not to rule out Phil Jackson’s return to coaching

    Nov 16, 2011, 11:07 PM EST

    Shaquille O'Neal

    Phil Jackson will not be coaching this upcoming season (if there is one). He walked away from the Lakers a second time, this time like he was not looking back. It felt to me like he was done and meant it. But Shaquille O’Neal thinks he could come back. Maybe to New York. Shaq was…

  8. One man’s suggestions we like to stop future lockouts

    Nov 16, 2011, 8:22 PM EST

    Padlock Arena AP

    This lockout is painful. Like any smart creatures — and I’m talking about we the fans, not the players and owners — we want to avoid suffering the same pain in the future. Meaning once this lockout ends, what steps can be put in place to make sure next CBA negotiations, whether it is six…

  9. Report: Trail Blazers to “pause” search for general manager

    Nov 16, 2011, 6:58 PM EST

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    Eventually, the Portland Trail Blazers will need a general manager to tell Paul Allen everything is great figure out how to rebuild this team and win fast. But with the lockout dragging on, that time is not now. The Blazers have already reset their search to replace Rich Cho once and now the search will…

  10. NBA owners to have strategy conference call Thursday

    Nov 16, 2011, 5:46 PM EST

    David Stern

    After more than two years of negotiating against the NBA players’ union, the owners will get together on a conference call Thursday,  according to Adrian Wojnarowski of Yahoo, and map out a strategy now that the union has dissolved. Wojnarowski also explains the union’s new position. Antitrust attorney David Boies, who is leading the players’ suit, wants the owners…

  11. Attorneys for NBA, players exchange a few legal shots

    Nov 16, 2011, 5:22 PM EST

    NBA lockout Stern Hunter

    The court date has been set in California (Oakland, to be exact) for the players lawsuit against the owners — Feb. 29. By then, if no deal is reached, the entire season will be lost. Of course, anyone who has ever followed any kind of legal proceeding knows that the first court date set is…

  12. Kings pick up Keith Smart as assistant coach

    Nov 16, 2011, 3:32 PM EST

    Keith Smart Stephen Curry

    Hey — actual basketball related news! Enjoy this post for the diversion from the lawsuits and foolishness. Keith Smart, let go as head coach of the Golden State Warriors after one season, has been picked up to be an assistant coach on Paul Westphal’s staff in Sacramento, reports the Sacramento Bee. He joins 12-year NBA…

  13. Video: LeBron James, Kevin Durant working out, part deux

    Nov 16, 2011, 3:14 PM EST

    Oklahoma City Thunder v Miami Heat

    Before we brought you the video of Kevin Durant and LeBron James working out together. That disturbed a few of you who like to have Durant in the white had and LeBron in the black hat and think they never interact. But they do. And it’s smart to have the best pushing each other to…

  14. Report: Cuttino Mobley sues Knicks for forcing him to retire

    Nov 16, 2011, 3:02 PM EST

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    Cuttino Mobley has not played in the NBA since 2008, but he wants back in. He’s worked out for teams but nothing has come of it. He retired after being traded to the Knicks (in the Zach Randolph deal) in 2008. In a routine post-trade physical it was discovered Mobley had hypertrophic cardiomyopathy, the same…

  15. When labor talks restart, who can be NBA’s Robert Kraft?

    Nov 16, 2011, 2:06 PM EST

    NFLPA Executive Committee Meet In Washington DC To Vote On New Labor Agreement

    Right now, the lawyers are the guys putting on the show. The players have their big-gun attorney David Boies filing an antitrust lawsuit. Within a couple days David Stern (a lawyer) and his legal team will respond with their own legal maneuvers trying to crush the rebel alliance, and that will garner headlines. But the…

  16. NBA’s television partners scramble to fill slots, appease advertisers

    Nov 16, 2011, 1:12 PM EST

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    Great, more “CSI: New York.” Among the many left scrambling without the NBA are television networks that normally would be beaming regular season games into our homes. They have to fill the space and they have to try and keep the advertisers who buy that space happy. National networks like TNT are forced to bring…

  17. Delonte West looking for some health insurance

    Nov 16, 2011, 12:44 PM EST

    Delonte West

    A lot of people are direct dependents of NBA players — family who need to be taken care of, from food put on the table to schools in good neighborhoods for their kids. The kinds of things you and I have to worry about every day NBA players have to deal with, too. Like health…

  18. Wall, Westbrook in New York club where man was shot

    Nov 16, 2011, 12:15 PM EST

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    Let’s be clear at the start — none of the NBA (or NFL) players at the club were involved in the incident. They were not tied to the shooter, they were not the targets. This is a case of wrong place, wrong time. But a few NBA stars including John Wall and Russell Westbrook —…

  19. Overseas rumor roundup: Real Madrid wants Dwight Howard

    Nov 16, 2011, 11:38 AM EST

    Orlando Magic v Chicago Bulls

    Now that we are at DEFCON 1 with the NBA lockout, a lot of NBA players are having second thoughts about plans to play overseas. Players and agents are looking. With rosters largely full around the globe most players are not going to like what they see. That said, we are tracking the rumors for…

  20. Craig Ehlo talks about being on the wrong end of history

    Nov 16, 2011, 11:08 AM EST

    Jordan celebration Ehlo

    It is one of the defining moments of Michael Jordan’s career. Chicago was down 100-99 to Cleveland with three seconds left in a deciding Game 5 (it was a best-of-five playoff series back then). The Cavs were ahead because of Craig Ehlo — Chicago had forgot to defend him on the last play and he…

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