Lakers

Lakers Trade With Sixers Could Ship Ariza To LA, Markelle Fultz To Phoenix

Former Lakers wing and Los Angeles native could find his way back to the purple gold. Hearing the third team in potential Trevor Ariza Lakers/Suns deal would be the Philadelphia 76ers. Currently being discussed per source: LA giving up KCP & a 1st round pick, Phoenix Suns giving up Trevor Ariza, & the Philadelphia 76ers

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NBA

Jimmy Butler Traded to Philadelphia 76ers

Jimmy Butler is now the starting small forward of the Philadelphia 76ers. As per ESPN’s Adrian Wojnarowski, The 76ers are trading forwards Robert Covington and Dario Saric, guard Jerryd Bayless, and a 2020 second-round pick for Butler and forward Justin Patton, sources said I first reported rumblings of the potential trade between the Minnesota Timberwolves

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Dwayne Johnson is WWE’s LeBron, MJ & Dr. J says Mark Henry

Julius “Dr. J’ Erving was a pioneer in the NBA. The NBA Hall of Famer and NBA champion mixed both style and substance to game of basketball. The former slam dunk champion also introduced many to the “slam dunk.”  Comparatively in wrestling, “Rowdy” Roddy Piper, Hulk Hogan, Ric Flair, Bret Hart, The Undertaker, Dusty Rhodes

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Scottie Pippen: Michael Jordan’s Retirement Bonded Bulls

Scottie Pippen wanted to be better than MJ. Yes, he said it…kinda! A six-time NBA champion, seven-time NBA All-Star and USA Basketball Olympic gold medalist, Scottie Pippen says he wanted to be better than his Chicago Bulls teammate, Michael Jordan. “There was something there to give me the confidence just to talk s**t,” Pippen told

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Luke Walton

Lakers’ Luke Walton Out? Jason Kidd in? LeBron James & Kidd “would be great” says NBA league source

The Los Angeles Lakers aren’t starting out too hot and Los Angeles Lakers head coach, Luke Walton is on the hot seat. Who would replace him? Don’t count out NBA Hall of Famer, Jason Kidd! Luke Walton gone in LA? If Walton were fired, Mark Jackson is a likely candidate. So is Jason Kidd. I

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LeBron James’ Cavaliers coach, Paul Silas was too “old school” says ex-Cavs forward, Darius Miles

On This Day in 2003, LeBron James, Cleveland Cavaliers rookie, LeBron James made his NBA debut against the Sacramento Kings. James, 18-years-old at the time, poured in 25 points, hauled in 6 rebounds and handed out 9 assists. The Cavs did lose the game to the Kings 106-92, but James, that season’s Rookie of the

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Villanova’s Jay Wright is “most influential coach” says Charlotte Hornets assistant, Jay Hernandez

Check out Charlotte Hornets assistant coach Jay Hernandez’s April 2018 chat with Brandon ‘Scoop B’ Robinson via Scoop B Radio. Press Play Below To Listen! Villanova University’s head men’s basketball coach, Jay Wright is living his best life in 2018.  With an overall coaching record of  544–250, Wright is a winner of a his second

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Wesley Matthews’ summer Pilates routine, a major key to hot start with Dallas Mavericks

Dallas Mavericks guard, Wesley Matthews has come out swinging in the NBA regular season. Through five games, Mathews is averaging 19.6 points and is averaging 33 minutes per game. If you’re tardy to the party, pilates are core workouts that are used to strengthen your arms and legs. After a season ending stress fracture in

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Paul Allen

Portland Trail Blazers late owner, Paul Allen schooled Mark Cuban on what to expect from David Stern

Last week, the NBA community mourned the loss of longtime Portland Trail Blazers owner, Paul Allen. Allen had a standing bout with cancer and died at the age of 65. A co-founder of Microsoft with Bill Gates in 1975, Allen was also an owner of the NFL’s Seattle Seahawks for more than 20 years. An

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Dallas Mavericks news: G-League alternative is “fantastic” says former Mavs, Knicks legend Rolando Blackman

Last week, the NBA’s G-League announced that  they will implement an alternative to the NCAA’s one and done role. The G-League will offer “Select Contracts” worth $125,000 to the top high school prospects that choose to not attend college. The G-League’s new option will go into effect next summer. More specifically, this new ruling will

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