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  1. Nets exec decides to make lemonade out of raw sewage

    Mar 24, 2010, 9:07 PM EDT

    We told you a little tale of the Nets CEO getting into a shouting match with a fan with a bag over his head. That was pretty ugly. So with the Nets facing the Kings in a “must-win” game for the team vying to avoid being the worst ever, the frustrated front office man, Nets…

  2. Is the league trying to shove Warriors owner Cohan out the door?

    Mar 24, 2010, 8:42 PM EDT

    The Mercury News reports that the Warriors have hired Galatioto Sports Partners to facilitate the sale of their franchise. GSP is an outsourced sports finance and management firm that can help organize the sale in a professional manner. But as the Mercury News points out, there’s something spooky about the involvement of GSP. Not only…

  3. Ginobili not looking to play across the pond

    Mar 24, 2010, 8:07 PM EDT

    Manu Ginobili may have had an opportunity to be the first legitimate NBA star to jump (back) into a league overseas, but that won’t be the case. From Don Harris of WOAI.com: Manu Ginobili’s agent Herb Rudoy tells News 4 WOAI that the Spurs star guard will finish his career in the NBA. Internet reports…

  4. ESPN writer sends letter to court supporting Arenas

    Mar 24, 2010, 8:03 PM EDT

    Dave McMenamin covers the Lakers for ESPNLosAngeles.com, but before that he worked for NBA.com, where one of his duties was to help Gilbert Arenas write his popular blog. (What, you thought he did that all himself?) So when asked to write a letter of support to the court for Arenas before sentencing, McMenamin did. The…

  5. I, for one, welcome our new CAA overlords

    Mar 24, 2010, 7:03 PM EDT

    Quietly, seemingly unnoticed (save for Ken Berger at CBS) the agents for LeBron James, Dwyane Wade and Chris Bosh have joined forces with the Godfather William Wesley in one company — CAA. If this were a corporate merger, the government would stop it to review if it was a monopoly. What does all of this…

  6. Arenas can't even play virtual basketball

    Mar 24, 2010, 6:56 PM EDT

    Gilbert Arenas will not be playing any more professional basketball this season. Hey may not be playing next season, either, and his playing future is very much up in the air. Plus, to make matters worse, he won’t even be available for video game basketball next year. EA Sports has been conducting online fan voting…

  7. Paul still wants to give it a go for Team USA

    Mar 24, 2010, 6:17 PM EDT

    The FIBA World Championships will kick off in August, which means it’s far too early for Team USA to have solidified its 12-man roster. That said, Chris Paul, provided he’s healthy enough to play, is a lock. He’s still interested in playing alongside America’s finest, and he’s the best point guard in the game today.…

  8. Did Bucks lend helping hand to a division rival?

    Mar 24, 2010, 5:48 PM EDT

    Intra-division trades are fairly rare. They happen when teams are desperate for a change, or have eyes for a player they can’t pass up, but otherwise, teams are generally reluctant to face the possible consequences of divisional dealings four times a year. It’s one thing to see one of your former players find prosperity elsewhere,…

  9. Andray Blatche responds, says he didn't quit

    Mar 24, 2010, 4:56 PM EDT

    UPDATE 4:56 pm: More comments from Blatche, via the amazing Dan Steinberg (yes, you have to use the word amazing there) at the D.C. Sports Bog. Read the comments yourself, basically Blatche is showing a lot of immaturity. Not a shock. Sad, but not a shock. 4:29 pm: According to Wizards Beat reporter Michael Lee…

  10. Warriors sign Williams through next year

    Mar 24, 2010, 4:50 PM EDT

    Not only did Golden State sign D-League call-up Reggie Williams for the rest of this season, they signed him for next season as well, according to CSNBayArea.com. Williams was called up from the D-League on March 2 and played through two 10-day contracts. He earned a longer deal by averaging 14 points a game (in…

  11. Celtics, you must protect this house

    Mar 24, 2010, 4:15 PM EDT

    The Celtics are in a fight with Atlanta for the we-get-to-avoid-Cleveland-in-the-second-round seed in the East. What you and I call the three seed. It also helps you avoid Milwaukee in the first round. It’s very coveted. Which is why a six-game homestand should be a cause for celebration, a chance for Boston to grab hold…

  12. Ben Wallace may be done for season

    Mar 24, 2010, 3:27 PM EDT

    Ben Wallace did not suit up for the Pistons on Tuesday night, and with nothing left to play for this season Detroit may just shut him down, according to the Detroit News. Wallace missed eight games due to a sore right patellar tendon, then came back for the matchup with the Pacers last Friday, only…

  13. Kiki Vandeweghe loses mother

    Mar 24, 2010, 2:16 PM EDT

    Kiki Vandeweghe had been away from the Nets, spending time with his ill mother Colleen out in California. He returned to the team today, only to learn his mother had died, according to the Star Ledger. The Nets coach will stay on the job for a while, or until they work out the funeral arrangements.…

  14. Too early to decide Artest vs. Ariza

    Mar 24, 2010, 2:14 PM EDT

    Ron Artest owned up to it before the season — “If the Lakers don’t win a title, blame me.” Bill Plaschke decided mid-March was waiting long enough to start that blame game in a Los Angeles Times column today. In a move engineered by the Buss family last summer, Artest was signed here from the…

  15. Mourning: "they don't have any shot-blockers anymore"

    Mar 24, 2010, 1:41 PM EDT

    There are some spectacular blocked shots in the NBA with guys flying in from the weakside and sending shots three rows deep. But there are precious few guys who own the paint and intimidate. Plenty of guys who can block a shot or two , few who alter more shots than they block. Few who…

  16. Rockets reach into the D-League

    Mar 24, 2010, 1:16 PM EDT

    As is all the rage in the NBA this time of year, the Houston Rockets have made a couple of moves with their D-League affiliate the Rio Grande Valley Vipers, according to a team release. First, they signed Mike Harris, a 6’6″ swingman who has had earlier stints this season with both the Rockets and…

  17. Nelson wants to coach Summer League

    Mar 24, 2010, 12:46 PM EDT

    Don Nelson has treated this season like a high school senior treats his or her final two weeks of classes. He has admitted he is not coaching the players much, rather is “coaching the coaches,” he turned some game coaching duties over to Keith Smart, and he has mentally (and at times physically) checked out.…

  18. Martin progressing, slowly but surely

    Mar 24, 2010, 12:45 PM EDT

    The Nuggets desperately need to be healthy for the playoffs, and that desperation begins with Kenyon Martin’s recovery from patella tendinitis. His size and defense are going to be crucial if Denver plans on crashing the post-season party, and Joey Graham just isn’t going to cut it. Neither is Johan Petro. The Nuggets are a…

  19. Arenas agent says he lost $50 million

    Mar 24, 2010, 10:46 AM EDT

    While the tough talk of prosecutors got all the attention yesterday, Gilbert Arenas’ attorney also made his case to the judge. His idea — no jail time, some community service and six months of probation, according to the Washington Post. “It is clear” that the incident “was not intended to be violent, but was rather…

  20. Nets face "must win"

    Mar 24, 2010, 10:00 AM EDT

    A seven-win team faces a must-win game? Only the Nets. But it really is — if the Nets don’t want to dodge questions from their grandkids about playing on the worst team in NBA history they are going to have to find three wins in their remaining 12 games. And there will be few better…

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