David Griffin

Cavs GM passed on Corey Brewer, wants big man

Cavs GM passed on Corey Brewer, wants big man Rumblings of a trade or some kind of addition to the Cleveland Cavaliers have maintained since the early portion of the season. The most anticipated team in the NBA this season after luring back LeBron James and forming the latest super team by acquiring Kevin Love

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Goran Dragic

Goran Dragic likes the Knicks, Phil Jackson in free agency

  Goran Dragic likes the Knicks, Phil Jackson in free agency The Phoenix Suns are currently fielding calls for potential trade deals involving guard Goran Dragic. Phoenix has expressed only the intent to re-sign Dragic, but his $7.5 million player option for 2015-16 will be declined and he will have the chance to explore unrestricted

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VIDEO: Rajon Rondo makes Mavericks debut vs. Spurs

VIDEO: Rajon Rondo makes Mavericks debut vs. Spurs The newest member and starting point guard for the Dallas Mavericks made his debut against the San Antonio Spurs on Saturday night. Rajon Rondo was traded to Dallas this week by the Boston Celtics.  In the Mavericks’ 99-93 win, due larger in part to Monta Ellis’ 38

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A Week In Review: Boston Celtics

The Celtics have had an up and down season all year, but this week the arrow was pointing up. In three games, the Celtics finished 3-0, playing the Philadelphia 76ers, Orlando Magic, and Minnesota Timberwolves which is not the greatest competition. Each game was won by an average of 17 points. In 12 quarters of

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Deron Williams

Sources: Kings, Nets working on a deal for Deron Williams

Sources: Kings, Nets working on a deal for Deron Williams The Brooklyn Nets and Sacramento Kings are in talks about a deal that would send Deron Williams to Sacramento, as reported by Adrian Wojnarowski of Yahoo Sports. No deal is imminent, but discussions are brewing about a package trade deal that would send Darren Collison,

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Goran Dragic

Report: Multiple teams looking to trade for Goran Dragic

Report: Multiple teams looking to trade for Goran Dragic Could Goran Dragic be the next prominent point guard involved in a trade? The Phoenix Suns went and signed guard Isaiah Thomas to a four-year deal this summer in free agency. After much back and forth in negotations with Eric Bledsoe, the Suns were able to re-sign

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Kawhi Leonard's Return From Torn Ligament In Right Hand Is Unclear

According to Brett Pollakoff of NBC Sports, the healing process is a little tricky for Leonard’s torn ligament. The Spurs are one of the best teams at playing with different players night in and night out. The “big three” of Duncan, Parker, and Ginobili get rest days and this team still finds ways to win on most

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Kobe Bryant and Dirk Nowitzki

Dirk Nowitzki on Kobe: "He's probably the greatest player in my generation"

Dirk Nowitzki on Kobe: “He’s probably the greatest player in my generation” Kobe Bryant was a core topic of conversation this week after passing Michael Jordan to become third all-time on the NBA scoring list in Minnesota on Sunday. This of course opened up a deeper conversation about where Kobe falls on the list of

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Roundtable: Breaking down the Rajon Rondo trade

The Boston Celtics have finally decided to part ways with star point guard Rajon Rondo; sending he and forward Dwight Powell to the Dallas Mavericks for Brandan Wright, Jae Crowder, Jameer Nelson, a 2015 first-round pick, and a future second-round pick. We have asked five of our writers to examine the trade, including if the deal makes

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Minnesota Timberwolves trade forward Corey Brewer to Houston Rockets

According to Adrian Wojnarowski of Yahoo! Sports, the Minnesota Timberwolves have agreed to trade forward Corey Brewer to Houston Rockets for two future second-round draft picks (one via the Sacramento Kings,) sharpshooter Troy Daniels and cash. Minnesota will also send forward Ronny Turiaf, who recently underwent surgery on his right hip and is out for

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