What If Wednesday: If LeBron James Never Did ‘The Decision’

Today marks the 5 year anniversary of one of the most talked about moments in sports called, ‘The Decision”. LeBron James decided to ‘take his talents to South Beach‘ to join Dwayne Wade and Chris Bosh to become part of the Miami Heat. The choice to go to Miami turned out to be a great

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VIDEO: Fisch’s Friday Rant – Big Contracts & LaMarcus Aldridge

Find last week’s rant here. This week, I rant about some free agency happenings. Free agents are getting overpaid with humongous contracts and it’s really starting to turn some heads. Also, I touch on the LaMarcus Aldridge sweepstakes and how he needs to pick a team already!

Rajon Rondo Agrees to a “Prove It” Deal with Sacramento

Marc J. Spears of Yahoo Sports reports that former Dallas Mavericks point guard Rajon Rondo has agreed to a one year contract with the Sacramento Kings. Remember that the signing is not official until July 10th.  Rajon Rondo to sign one-year, $10 million deal with Kings, source told Yahoo — Marc J. Spears (@SpearsNBAYahoo) July

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Patrick Beverley Back in Houston

Looks like Patrick Beverley will be back in Houston after agreeing on a new contract. The 26 year old starting point guard has agreed on a 4-year contract. His agent first told Yahoo Sports. Patrick Beverley has agreed to a four-year, $25M deal to return to Houston, agent Kevin Bradbury tells Yahoo Sports. — Adrian

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Knicks, Lakers on the back end of this free agent generation

The New York Knicks and the Los Angeles Lakers are two of, if not the biggest marquee teams in all of basketball. We’re talking Madison Square Garden, which has been donned the “Mecca” of basketball, and Staples Center, the birthplace of Showtime. For years, these two teams have been the ‘gods’ of organizations that all

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Draymond Green and the Warriors agree to five-year, 85 million deal

Draymond Green and the Golden State Warriors finally came to a deal yesterday that ended with Green signing for five years. After news broke yesterday that ‘talks broke down’ between the two parties, social media went into a frenzy and Warriors fans were worried about Green possibly leaving. However, we all knew that there was no

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Arron Afflalo

The Knicks reach a two-year deal with Arron Afflalo

  Arron Afflalo isn’t the ‘superstar’ name that Knicks fans were looking for, but he’s certainly a piece that they need. A solid guard that has been in the league for sometime, Afflalo has come to an agreement with New York to sign for two years, with an option on the second year. Arron Afflalo

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Damian Lillard Nearing Extension Worth 5-Years, $120 million

After a season that started with high hopes and ended with so much disappointment after being knocked out of the first round of the playoffs in five-games, the Trailblazers have something they can be excited about for the upcoming season. Damian Lillard is close to signing a five year contract worth up to $120 million

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The Knicks Have “Major” Interest in Patrick Beverley

The Knicks need a lot of help right now. Although the top priority for them is signing Greg Monroe and/or Arron Afflalo but add another player in the mix. According to Sean Deveney of Sporting News, Houston Rockets point guard Patrick Beverley and the New York Knicks have a “major” interest in each other. From Sean Deveney: 

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Anthony Davis and the Pelicans Agree On An Extension

Anthony Davis of the New Orelans Pelicans has agreed on an extension with the team. Adrian Wojnarowski of Yahoo Sports first reported. NOLA, I am here to stay!  Just getting started… #6MoreYears#TakeFlightpic.twitter.com/Kni8WpikEA — Anthony Davis (@AntDavis23) July 1, 2015 The contract is 4 more years (player option for a 5th) added on to his rookie contact

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