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  1. LeBron was good for something in NYC: Knicks sell out season tickets

    Jul 15, 2010, 4:27 PM EST

    LeBron-a-palooza was still good for the Knicks in one way — they have sold out their season ticket allotment. That according to our man Darren Rovell at CNBC: CNBC has learned that the Knicks have now started a waitlist after selling out its allotment of season tickets for this upcoming season. The last time the…

  2. Warriors are finally sold, but not to Larry Ellison

    Jul 15, 2010, 4:05 PM EST

    UPDATE 4:05 pm: Tim Kawakam of the San Jose Mercury News got this statement from Larry Ellison: “Although I was the highest bidder, Chris Cohan decided to sell to someone else.” Could still be some fireworks to come. Also, look for Lacob to be the active owner, the guy running the team.2:15 pm: According to…

  3. What now for the Warriors?

    Jul 15, 2010, 2:33 PM EST

    It’s a new day for Golden State. Nothing was going to change for the struggling franchise until the ownership changed. Now that’s done — Joseph Lacob and Peter Guber are out in front of a group that has agreed to terms to buy team. They paid a record $450 million and that was enough to…

  4. San Antonio targeting token shooter/defender James Jones

    Jul 15, 2010, 1:37 PM EST

    The three-point shooter/defender is an NBA staple, but for the Spurs it’s embedded even deeper into the team’s overall structure. San Antonio has such productive and intelligent stars that often all a role player has to do is camp in the corner on the offensive end, ready to fire, and play solid defense. Bruce Bowen…

  5. Bobcats are likely looking to flip Erick Dampier's contract, but it won't be easy

    Jul 15, 2010, 12:56 PM EST

    Erick Dampier’s “instantly” expiring contract was supposedly one of the off-season’s biggest trade chips, yet the Mavs were only able to get Tyson Chandler and Alexis Ajinca in return. That’s not quite in line with Dallas’ lofty summer goals; Donnie Nelson and Mark Cuban were shooting for a sign-and-trade with the biggest free agents, and…

  6. Source: Richard Jefferson likely re-signing with San Antonio

    Jul 15, 2010, 12:26 PM EST

    Richard Jefferson has certainly had an odd go of it with the Spurs. When he was traded to San Antonio by Milwaukee last summer, it was thought to be one of the off-season’s greatest moves, and combined with the Spurs’ other acquisitions, was supposed to thrust San Antonio back into contention. It didn’t quite work…

  7. It's not just you laughing at David Kahn, Chris Webber is on board, too

    Jul 15, 2010, 11:27 AM EST

    We’ve struggled to put into words how we perplexed we have been over Minnesota signing Darko Milicic to a four-year, $20 million deal then shipping Al Jefferson out for almost nothing. Chris Webber did it for us: “Good luck.” (Now read that quote again in a deadpan, sarcastic tone. That’s it, now you’ve got it.)…

  8. Delonte West agrees to plea deal on weapons charge

    Jul 15, 2010, 11:06 AM EST

    DeLonte West has accepted a plea bargain deal that will have him undergo court-supervised electronic monitoring as well as do community service, according to the Associated Press. Last September, West was arrested when speeding through Prince George’s County in Maryland, speeding on a three-wheel motorcycle while carrying two loaded handguns, a loaded shotgun and a…

  9. Knicks talking about Shaquille O'Neal deal, but it's not going to happen

    Jul 15, 2010, 10:36 AM EST

    The Knicks have talked with the Cleveland Cavaliers about a sign-and-trade that brings them Shaquille O’Neal. Teams talk all the time. They talk like you and your buddies do about trades in your fantasy league. They ask about everything, some of it highly illogical. They do very little of it. And according to the New…

  10. Shannon Brown close to deal to return to Lakers

    Jul 15, 2010, 10:13 AM EST

    Kobe Bryant wanted Raja Bell. Instead, Lakers fans look like they are going to get their dunks back. With Bell clotheslining Kobe one more time and heading to Utah, the Lakers are moving closer to a deal to bring Shannon Brown back into the fold, according to Yahoo Sports. Lakers general manager “Mitch [Kupchak] and…

  11. Tracy McGrady may come to Los Angeles — with the Clippers

    Jul 15, 2010, 9:35 AM EST

    How far has Tracy McGrady’s stock fallen? How about to the point he might come off bench for the Clippers next season. Adrian Wojnarowski reports the Clippers are talking with his agent and may set up a workout. McGrady wanted to play for a contender — he had been rumored to hope for a veterans’…

  12. Wesley Mathews headed to Portland, Jazz will not match offer

    Jul 15, 2010, 9:07 AM EST

    The Utah Jazz found Wesley Mathews — an undrafted rookie who started 48 games for them last year. But the Jazz are going to play Raja Bell’s tune next season. So Mathews is off to Portland, where he will be Brandon Roy’s backup. Portland had made an offer to Mathews for the mid-level exception of…

  13. Hornets withdraw offer to Luther Head

    Jul 15, 2010, 8:40 AM EST

    New Orleans had made a two-year offer to point guard Luther Head to be Chris Paul’s backup. Make that, former general manager Jeff Bower did. He’s out now. And the Hornets — and whoever is making player/personnel moves right now — have informed Head that he failed the physical and have pulled the offer off…

  14. Jazz, not Lakers, sign Raja Bell

    Jul 14, 2010, 9:57 PM EST

    According to Marc Stein of ESPN.com, free agent guard Raja Bell will sign with the Utah Jazz. Bryant was supposed to meet with Bell to recruit him to the Lakers, but the Jazz signed Bell to a deal before the meeting could take place.  The 33-year old Bell isn’t getting any younger, but his defense,…

  15. Dwyane Wade says the team to beat is the Lakers

    Jul 14, 2010, 7:55 PM EST

    Some pundits (and a few of the NBA’s advanced stats community) are pretty willing to hand the Larry O’Brien Trophy to the Miami Heat. The other 29 teams, not so much. Actually, make that 30. Because Dwyane Wade doesn’t even think the Heat are the favorites, as he said before his charity golf event to…

  16. Michael Jordan says Kobe is the best player in the game right now

    Jul 14, 2010, 7:19 PM EST

      This actually happened last month at his camp but we just got the video and thought we’d pass this along. Michael Jordan says that right now, Kobe is the best player in the game, not LeBron. This is MJ, winning is what matters to him. So this shouldn’t be a shock. And with the…

  17. NBA Lockout, it's not an "if" but a "how long"

    Jul 14, 2010, 6:20 PM EST

    The owners had their meeting this week, and afterward David Stern talked about needing a fundamental change in how the economic structure of the NBA. Today, NBA Players Association President Billy Hunter said that he doesn’t buy the league’s economic figures and is telling his players to prepare for a lockout. In Vegas, this is…

  18. Mario Chalmers out 2-4 weeks with sprained ankle

    Jul 14, 2010, 5:39 PM EST

    According to our own Ira Winderman, Miami Heat guard Mario Chalmers has suffered the dreaded high ankle sprain. The injury, which Chalmers sustained while “working out and playing ball,” will keep him out of action for the next 2-4 weeks.  When a high-ankle sprain occurs during the season, it’s one of the most frustrating injuries…

  19. Plea hearing scheduled for Delonte West

    Jul 14, 2010, 5:02 PM EST

    According the Associated Press, the plea hearing for Cavaliers guard Delonte West has been scheduled for Thursday morning.  West faces charges after Maryland police caught him speeding on a motorcycle last summer while carrying two loaded handguns, a loaded shotgun and an 8 1/2 inch knife.  West is still technically under contract with the Cavaliers…

  20. Cavaliers sign Kyle Lowry to an offer sheet, Rockets will match

    Jul 14, 2010, 4:35 PM EST

    Restricted free agent guard Kyle Lowry will remain a Rocket next season. The Cleveland Cavaliers signed the 24-year old guard to an offer sheet, but Rockets general manager Daryl Morey announced on Twitter that the Rockets will match Cleveland’s offer and retain Lowry’s services.  Morey thanked Rockets owner Leslie Alexander in a second tweet: “Credit…

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