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Suns Add Youth to Aging Roster

Suns Add Youth to Aging Roster

Ben Wright December 19, 2011 Comments Off on Suns Add Youth to Aging Roster

Nash has reason to smile. At least a little. He is finally getting some legitimate help, as the Suns have bulked up their backcourt in recent weeks. They have added Ronnie Price, Sebastian Telfair,

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CHAUNCEY BILLUPS

CHAUNCEY BILLUPS

Robert Savala, Jr. December 13, 2011 Comments Off on CHAUNCEY BILLUPS

Quck update. What a crazy week and it’s only been 2 days in. The Los Angeles Clippers have claimed Chauncey Billups off waivers. This is a move to show Chris Paul they are trying

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CHRIS PAUL TO THE CLIPPERS

CHRIS PAUL TO THE CLIPPERS

Robert Savala, Jr. December 12, 2011 Comments Off on CHRIS PAUL TO THE CLIPPERS

The Los Angeles Lakers and the Golden State Warriors have been trying to get Chris Paul in the worst way possible. Though I don’t agree with the NBA front office picking and choosing which

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SILVER LINING?

SILVER LINING?

Robert Savala, Jr. November 26, 2011 Comments Off on SILVER LINING?

So far in the lock out this year, games have been canceled up to Christmas. Players have signed overseas and one has actually been injured; J.R. Smith of the Denver Nuggets playing in China.

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NBA Lockout Update

NBA Lockout Update

Robert Savala, Jr. October 26, 2011 Comments Off on NBA Lockout Update

The lock out continues with no end in sight. It’s been reported that the two sides were closer then they have been, until an anonymous source claims that Kevin Garnet disrupted the meetings. Kevin

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Have Game Will Travel

Have Game Will Travel

Robert Savala, Jr. September 29, 2011 Comments Off on Have Game Will Travel

Another week and the lock out continues. This week NBA commissioner David Stern announced that some preseason games have been canceled. This brought both sides together, as each camp realized the reality of a

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Veterans Nash, Hill Hurt Most by Lockout

Veterans Nash, Hill Hurt Most by Lockout

Ben Wright September 23, 2011 Comments Off on Veterans Nash, Hill Hurt Most by Lockout

With the lockout in full sway and the training camps and preseason postponed or cancelled NBA fans should probably just expect there to not be a season. Who is hurt the most by a

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Locked Out

Locked Out

Robert Savala, Jr. September 13, 2011 Comments Off on Locked Out

It’s starting to look like there is not going to be an NBA season. I can’t seem to grasp the concept of why millionaires and billionaires can’t come to an agreement on the CBA.

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An Alternative to the Lockout

An Alternative to the Lockout

Robert Savala, Jr. August 30, 2011 Comments Off on An Alternative to the Lockout

So now that the NBA lockout seems to be here, at least for the extended future, many things have come to mind on what to do with the 2011-12 season. Some people will probably

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Suns Have Nothing to Show for Staying Under Cap

Suns Have Nothing to Show for Staying Under Cap

Ben Wright August 23, 2011 Comments Off on Suns Have Nothing to Show for Staying Under Cap

While the Suns may currently be (according to some) in a rebuilding process, they are looking pretty good financially over the next four to five seasons. Channing Frye’s and Josh Childress’ contracts last until

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Does DeMar DeRozan Possess Next Level Drive and Game?

Does DeMar DeRozan Possess Next Level Drive and Game?

Lekan Afolabi August 23, 2011 Comments Off on Does DeMar DeRozan Possess Next Level Drive and Game?

What is DeMar DeRozan up to these days? From YouTube videos like this footage, I have seen with my own eyes that the Raptors two/three guard has been keeping busy playing in the Drew

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Suns Storied Franchise Despite No Championship

Suns Storied Franchise Despite No Championship

Ben Wright August 4, 2011 Comments Off on Suns Storied Franchise Despite No Championship

Being a Suns fan is like taking a really long road trip. I mean really long. Like the kind that takes forever to arrive at your destination. No amount of are-we-there-yets will suffice. There

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Offseason Report: The Golden State Warriors

Offseason Report: The Golden State Warriors

Victoria Levy July 28, 2011 Comments Off on Offseason Report: The Golden State Warriors

Golden State Warriors forward, Dorell Wright, has been spending part of the offseason playing in the San Francisco Pro-Am with S.F. City. It’s nice to see a professional basketball player come out to a

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Should He Stay or Should He Go?

Should He Stay or Should He Go?

Ben Wright July 26, 2011 Comments Off on Should He Stay or Should He Go?

This is a question asked by many on “Planet Orange” regarding Steve Nash. And while the question may be hinting at Nash’s possibility of playing overseas, the more pertinent question is whether the Suns

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Klay Thompson Joins the Golden State Warriors

Klay Thompson Joins the Golden State Warriors

Victoria Levy July 18, 2011 Comments Off on Klay Thompson Joins the Golden State Warriors

With the number eleven pick in the 2011 NBA draft, the Golden State Warriors of course selected Klay Thompson from the University of Washington State. With that said, Thompson is excited to start playing

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Andrea Bargnani is Lucky to have Jonas Valanciunas and Dwayne Casey!

Andrea Bargnani is Lucky to have Jonas Valanciunas and Dwayne Casey!

Lekan Afolabi July 17, 2011 Comments Off on Andrea Bargnani is Lucky to have Jonas Valanciunas and Dwayne Casey!

With the fifth pick in the 2011 NBA Draft, the Toronto Raptors select……………….Jonas Valanciunas!?!? Unless you were an NBA scout, you probably had the same reaction to this selection as I did. The general

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Suns Add Coach to Help with Defense

Suns Add Coach to Help with Defense

Ben Wright July 16, 2011 Comments Off on Suns Add Coach to Help with Defense

  The Suns have hired Elston Turner as an assistant coach in charge of defense. When is the management going to understand that the Suns don’t play defense? They have had teams in the

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The Clippers Have the Number One Pick!!!

The Clippers Have the Number One Pick!!!

Robert Savala, Jr. June 23, 2011 Comments Off on The Clippers Have the Number One Pick!!!

So the Clippers have the #one pick in today’s draft. Who are they going to pick? A playmaker, like Kemba Walker or Derrick Williams, Jimmer Fredette to open the floor for Griffin, or Brandon

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Raptors Pre-Draft Preview – Why Kemba Walker is not a good fit!

Raptors Pre-Draft Preview – Why Kemba Walker is not a good fit!

Lekan Afolabi June 18, 2011 Comments Off on Raptors Pre-Draft Preview – Why Kemba Walker is not a good fit!

I have gone back and forth in my head, regarding the upcoming 2011 NBA draft. Particularly regarding the possible draft pick for the Toronto Raptors. A little over two weeks ago, I wrote on

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Offseason Preview: The Los Angeles Clippers

Offseason Preview: The Los Angeles Clippers

Robert Savala, Jr. June 16, 2011 Comments Off on Offseason Preview: The Los Angeles Clippers

From their inaugural season in Los Angeles in 1984, the Clippers have always been a team with high hopes and have always been the bride’s maid, never the bride. Even I, who follow them,

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