Cavaliers Still In Active Pursuit For a Big Man

The Cleveland Cavaliers made a big push on Monday as far as trades go. They sent shooting guard Dion Waiters to the Oklahoma City Thunder, and in return receiving Iman Shumpert and J.R. Smith. J.R. Smith should be a good sixth man off the bench for them, which is what they are lacking. When it

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Chris Bosh (calf) will return tonight vs. Orlando Magic

With Chris Bosh out of the lineup in the last eight games due to a calf injury, the Miami Heat managed a record of 3-5. It wasn’t a fun past eight games for the Heat, as Miami suffered an embarrassing loss to the Philadelphia 76ers, and blow out losses to the Chicago Bulls and Utah

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Ricky Rubio expected to return to Timberwolves by mid-January

Before going down with an ankle injury against the Orlando Magic on November 7th, Minnesota Timberwolves guard Ricky Rubio had only played in five games. Things are looking bright for the Spaniard though, as he is expected to return to the lineup within the next two or three weeks. In an article by Marc Spears of

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Detroit Pistons waive forward Josh Smith

The Detroit Pistons have waived their starting power forward Josh Smith. ESPN’s Marc Stein was the first person to report the story. The Detroit Pistons have just announced the release of Josh Smith. Stunning — Marc Stein (@ESPNSteinLine) December 22, 2014 The same Josh Smith, folks, who is owed $26 million over the next two

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George Karl and Vinny Del Negro Front-Runners to become next Kings Coach

The Sacramento Kings turned many heads as they fired their head coach Michael Malone on Sunday. Tyrone Corbin has taken over as interim head coach. Corbin will be holding the position as head coach till seasons end, but it doesn’t seem likely that he’ll be coaching this team beyond this season. Ardian Wojonarowski of Yahoo!

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Celtics' Evan Turner questions Kyle Korver's defense

The struggling 4-11 Boston Celtics were up by as many as 23 points on the Atlanta Hawks last night before ultimately coughing up a big lead and losing the contest 109-105. This is a perfect example of Boston’s achilles heel this year: failing to hold onto leads for a full 48 minutes. Kyle Korver was the

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Chris Bosh praises Wizards offense, thinks best has yet to come

After a notable win over the Miami Heat on Tuesday night, the Washington Wizards now possess the second best record in the Eastern Conference at 11-5. Coach Randy Whittman thinks the strong play can be attributed to consistent play from Rasual Butler and John Wall, who is improving on what was a very successful 2013-2014

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Pacers' David West hopes to make season debut Friday vs. Magic

With a mediocre roster and a surprising record of 6-8, the Indiana Pacers have been awaiting the return of veteran power forward David West. West has been sidelined by an ankle injury that he suffered in the preseason, but it looks as if the former Xavier Musketeer will make his season debut this upcoming Friday

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Jason Collins Announces his Retirement

Jason Collins, who became the first openly gay athlete in the four major North American professional sports, announced his plans to retire from the NBA on Wednesday afternoon. Collins will officially retire at the Barclays Center on Wednesday night, prior to the Nets game against the Milwaukee Bucks at 7:30.  Last season Collins was signed by

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LeBron James wants the Cavaliers "Big 3" to play less minutes

Cleveland Cavaliers forward LeBron James is not happy with the Cavs “Big 3” getting the bulk of the minutes amongst the Cleveland Cavaliers.   James is averaging just under 40 minutes per game (third most in the league), Kyrie Irving is averaging 38.4 and Kevin Love is averaging 37 (fourth and fifth most in the

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