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Nets And Nuggets Linked to International Star Teodosic

Milos Teodosic is widely known as the best player in the world, not currently in the NBA. Teodosic plays for CSKA Moscow and his native Serbia. In the past year, Teodosic helped lead his club team the Euroleague final, and helped lead Serbia to a silver medal in the Olympics. Teodosic is a free agent […]

Report: Jimmer Fredette to sign with team in China

Jimmer Fredette has yet to find his niche in the NBA. Over his five year career, he’s played for five teams and averaged 6.0 ppg. Last season, Fredette saw action in just 6 games and averaged just 1.5 ppg. Hopefully he can find his way in China with Yao Ming’s team…..

Five best free agents available after the madness

NBA free agency is sort of like Christmas for kids. They get up, tear open presents at a clip that suggests they barely know what they’re getting, and then within a fairly short period of time, it’s over and you have the rest of the day where they sit around wondering where all the excitement […]

Crossover Chronicles Podcast: Amin Elhassan of ESPN

ESPN Analyst Amin Elhassan, who worked with both Cavaliers’ GM David Griffin and Warriors head coach Steve Kerr when they were all with the Phoenix Suns, has a unique perspective on this NBA Finals matchup. We talk extensively about the Game 3, the series, the Oklahoma City series, and what’s going on with Steph Curry. […]

Did we just witness the greatest win in Warriors history?

Being a high school saxophone player in the Bay Area, I pretty much grew up with Tower of Power. One of the group’s more memorable album covers, shown in the cover image above, is also the immediate headline after Game 6 of the Western Conference Finals: BACK TO OAKLAND. I’m not going to pretend I […]

Iguodala Injury puts Warriors’ Record Chase at Risk — Or Not

On December 15th, at the very end of a very long column about the Warriors’ first loss, I first wrote that I believed they would break the Bulls’ record for most wins in a season. The unspoken caveat was, of course, the dreaded injury. If a key player, like Steph Curry, or Klay Thompson, or […]

Bogut Free Throws, Green 3-pointer Lift Warriors to Victory. Wait, what?

The reason I have been saying for a month or so now that I believe the Warriors will break the NBA record for wins rather easily was again exemplified at Oracle Arena Tuesday night. The Warriors win games they shouldn’t win. On Tuesday night they beat the Atlanta Hawks 109-105 in overtime. They accomplished this […]

Toronto Gears Up For Pricey NBA All-Star Weekend

For the first time in its history, the NBA is taking its All-Star Weekend to the Queen City. The site of this year’s festivities, Toronto, is known for hockey, primarily the Toronto Maple Leafs, but the strong play of the Toronto Raptors has made the city very enthusiastic about basketball. Enthusiasm for the NBA has […]

Sacramento Kings Looking To Keep Pace For Final Playoff Spot In The West

In search of their first playoff appearance since 2006, the Sacramento Kings, who have a busy upcoming week, are in the thick of things in the Western Conference standings. George Karl, the ninth man to coach Sacramento in just over a decade, seems to have his scuffle with DeMarcus Cousins in the past, as the […]

Warriors In Three of Five Most Expensive NBA Games on Secondary Market This Week

NBA fans have enjoyed a glorious ride through the start of the 2015-16 season, one that has seen history being made by the defending champion Golden State Warriors and includes three elite teams that appear to be standing head and shoulders above the rest of the league. Golden State has slowed down some since their […]

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