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  1. NFL defensive lineman “Spice” Adams puts out his hoop mix-tape

    Aug 16, 2012, 1:10 PM EST

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    If you’re an NBA team looking at the big men remaining on the market, you can’t feel all that good. So NFL free agent defensive lineman Anthony “Spice” Adams has put together a tape for all of you to watch and see if your team might need a big man. I mean, basketball is his…

  2. Warren Sapp says “pretty boy” LeBron not built for NFL

    Nov 18, 2011, 11:27 AM EST

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    Could LeBron James make it in the NFL? It’s a moot question, but thanks to this interminable lockout we have time to dwell on moot questions. Pete Carroll told him to come try out and James did practice with a high school team. LeBron is certainly athletic enough to be a tight end in the…

  3. How does the NBA stack up to the NFL, MLB, and NHL in spending efficiency?

    Oct 24, 2011, 3:28 PM EST

    NBA Finals Mavericks Heat Basketball

    Periodically, one financially inclined publication or another takes a look at the performance of professional sports teams in relation to their payroll. What typically ensues is just basic division; the outlets divide the total salary cost by the team’s wins, and then rank the teams according to their total cost per win. It’s a fun…

  4. NFL players say LeBron should stick to basketball

    Oct 14, 2011, 11:35 AM EST

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    LeBron James should be in Heat training camp, but because he’s got more time on his hands he sounds a little bored. Which led him to tweeting about when an NFL team could sign a free agent the other day. Seattle Seahawks coach Pete Carroll picked up on that and went so far as Carroll…

  5. Nate Robinson he says may try NFL during NBA lockout

    Jul 12, 2011, 11:28 AM EST

    Dallas Mavericks v Oklahoma City Thunder - Game Three

    Apparently, Nate Robinson loves all sports that are locked out. Plenty of people forget that before Nate Robinson was an undersized NBA point guard he was an undersized cornerback for the University of Washington — his original scholarship to the school was for football. So with the NBA lockout suck in the mud and the…

  6. After the Lakers, Ron Artest wants to play in the NFL

    Nov 18, 2010, 12:59 PM EST

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    In NBA locker rooms filled with the long and lanky, Ron Artest stands out — he is thick and built like a weak side linebacker. When he’s done with the Lakers, he’d like the chance to be one. That’s what he told CBSSports (as part of a wide ranging issue that touches on the raffle…

  7. Ron Artest, NFL tight end? Boxer?

    Oct 7, 2010, 9:36 AM EST

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    Apparently Ron Artest is tired of seeing his name on ProBasketballTalk and wants to see his name on ProFootballTalk. And do some boxing. Basically he just wants to fill up Michael David Smith’s twitter time line. From Hoopshype: After I’m done with my basketball career, I want to box and I wanna play football -probably…

  8. If there's an NBA lockout, Nate Robinson wants an NFL tryout

    Oct 4, 2010, 4:04 PM EST

    Nate Robinson was good enough to play major college football — he was a highly recruited football star who played some cornerback at the University of Washington. Then he settled in on basketball. If (cough *when* cough) the NBA locks out next summer, Robinson wants to go back to his football roots, he told the…

  9. Report: Derek Fisher to address the New Orleans Saints before first game

    Aug 31, 2010, 12:24 PM EST

    Derek Fisher is not a big man. He’s not athletically gifted by NBA standards. He’s never been a spectacular defender or shooter. But the man has five rings. He’s repeated as champion three times now, and he had key roles in all of them. His unwavering self-confidence allows him to step up in pressure situations…

  10. With Stan Kroenke approved to buy NFL's Rams, son Josh will take over Nuggets

    Aug 25, 2010, 9:22 PM EST

    In practice, Josh Kroenke was already the go to guy for the Denver Nuggets. It was he and family advisor Bret Bearup who went last weekend to talk with Carmelo Anthony about the future of the Nuggets and try to convince him to sign a three-year, $65 million extension sitting on the table. (It is…

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