Report: Timberwolves Offering Eric Bledsoe A Max Offer Sheet

According to Fox 10 in Phoenix and Brian Windhorst of ESPN.com, the Timberwolves are making a final run at Eric Bledsoe by giving him a max offer sheet. Originally, Minnesota made a “little” run at Eric Bledsoe when they were talking about trading Kevin Love to Phoenix for a package that included Bledsoe going to

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Lou Amundson agrees to deal with Cleveland Cavaliers

Lou Amundson is headed to Cleveland. According to Chris Fedor of the Cleveland Plain Dealer, the Cavaliers have agreed to a deal with veteran big man Lou Amundson. Amundson’s agency Priority Sports sent out a tweet congratulating the power forward on his new deal Friday afternoon. Congrats @LouAmundson17 on signing with the @cavs! We’re excited

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Free Agent Forward Mickael Pietrus Worked Out For Sacramento Kings

Pietrus didn’t play in the NBA last season. According to Shams Charania of RealGM, the Sacramento Kings worked out veteran forward Michael Pietrus earlier this week. Pietrus hopes that Sacramento is one of many teams he’ll get to workout for as he looks to make a return to the NBA. The Kings worked out free

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Timberwolves Hosting "Midnight Madness" Dunk Contest

  Timberwolves Hosting “Midnight Madness” Dunk Contest On September 29th the Minnesota Timberwolves will open training camp with a “Dunks After Dark” Midnight Madness extravaganza and dunk contest, reports the Star Tribune. The event will also be shown on NBA TV. The doors will open at Minnesota State’s Mankato Bresnan Arena at 11 p.m. featuring a

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Sacramento Kings will retire Peja Stojakovic's jersey

Stojakovic’s jersey will be retired on December 16th. On Tuesday afternoon, the Sacramento Kings announced that they are planning to retire the #16 jersey of sharpshooter Peja Stojakovic. The Serbia native will be honored on December 16th when the Kings square off against the Oklahoma City Thunder.  The Sacramento Kings announced today that the #16

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J.J. Hickson suspended 5 games for violation of NBA's drug policy

J.J. Hickson will be suspended for five games. According to Chris Dempsey of the Denver Post, the NBA has suspended Nuggets forward J.J. Hickson five games for violating the league’s drug policy. The exact reasoning for Hickson’s suspension is unknown, but a five game suspension typically signals a third positive test for marijuana.  #Nuggets F JJ

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Jordan Crawford Signs Deal To Play In China

Jordan Crawford has decided to sign a deal with the Xinjiang Flying Tigers in China after not receiving any training camp contract offers. According to sportando.com, Crawford has signed a deal that could be worth $2 million for just this upcoming season. This one year deal will keep his options open for seasons afterwards as

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Michael Beasley to work out for San Antonio Spurs

Beasley will reportedly work out for the Spurs. According to Adrian Wojnarowski of Yahoo! Sports, free agent forward Michael Beasley is set to work out with the San Antonio Spurs this week. His workout will take place at the Spurs practice facility. Beasley is looking to secure a spot on any NBA roster, and worked

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VIDEO: Charles Barkley throws horrible first pitch at Chicago Cubs game

Barkley threw out a “turrible” first pitch.  Prior to the Cincinnati Reds-Chicago Cubs game on Tuesday, NBA Hall of Famer Charles Barkley threw out the ceremonial first pitch at Wrigley Field. You can watch Barkley’s hilarious fling below. Barkley’s trip to the mound is sure to make an appearance on “Shaqtin’ A Fool” this upcoming

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Arrest made in Paul George burglary case

Paul George had his home broken into last April. According to the Associated Press, police have arrested the man who burglarized the home of Indiana Pacers star Paul George. George’s home was broken into back in April, during Game 5 of the Pacers first round series against the Atlanta Hawks. The intruder took over $16,000

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