Thursday, November 1, 2012


  • NBA-Crawford aims to become a permanent Clippers fixture

    LOS ANGELES, Nov 1 (Reuters) - Jamal Crawford has taken his high-scoring act on the road during a 12-year NBA career full of short stays with new teams, but the veteran guard hopes he has reached his final destination with the Los Angeles Clippers.

  • The NBA's New World Order

    Few things are less important than N.B.A. losses in October—more than half of the league makes the playoffs, including, occasionally, teams with losing records—yet the 0-2 start by the Los Angeles Lakers has been cause for concern.

  • Bulls-Cavaliers Preview

    The Chicago Bulls are confident they can succeed while Derrick Rose recovers from a knee injury. With or without their superstar, the Bulls have fared extremely well against the Cleveland Cavaliers of late.

  • Knicks-Nets Preview

    NEW YORK (AP). Barclays Center sits right above a major mass-transit hub, an ideal destination for fans throughout New York. Not right now, though.

  • David Stern will leave NBA stronger

    I feel it's appropriate to comment on the announcement from the NBA that David Stern will retire as commissioner of the NBA in February 2014, 30 years after taking the job. In that time, the NBA has moved near the top of the pro sports heap in terms of ...

  • According to NBA 2K13, Lakers win title

    Using the NBA 2K13 video game to simulate the entire 2012-13 season, the Lakers tie the Miami Heat with 62 wins but gain home-court advantage by virtue of a regular-season sweep.

  • After season-opening loss to defending NBA champs, Celtics ready to face ...

    The Boston Celtics are ready to put their loss to the defending NBA-champion Miami Heat behind and focus on the home opener against Milwaukee.

  • Bucks-Celtics Preview

    Defense certainly is a focal point for the Boston Celtics and Milwaukee Bucks. It's a matter of execution that's been a problem at times.

  • Judging the latest round of NBA contract extensions

    The legendary 2009 NBA Draft (Getty Images). When the clock struck midnight and the NBA's season rolled over from October into November, the draft class of 2009 lost their chance to extend contracts with their current teams beyond the 2012-13 season.

  • Lin and Harden Plot Revenge on the NBA

    The NBA's most fascinating backcourt is not in Miami, where Dwyane Wade is joined by pedestrian point guard Mario Chalmers.

  • NBA: Why Kevin Durant Can Challenge LeBron James for MVP

    Last year, LeBron James solidified himself as the best in the game with his third MVP award. Averaging 27.1 PPG, 7.9 RPG and 6.2 APG, there is no question that James was well-rounded on the offensive end.

  • Pistons-Suns Preview

    Their .226 winning percentage away from home since the start of 2009-10 is fifth-worst in the NBA. They have lost four straight at Phoenix, including a 109-101 defeat March 16 in the teams' only matchup last season.

  • The NBA Has Tabled Discussions About Sponsorship Logos on Game Jerseys

    In the most recent board of governors meeting, it was decided that the NBA will continue to compile extensive research on whether it would financially beneficial and good for the game overall if every team had a sponsorship logo on the upper left ...

  • Jazz-Hornets Preview

    Led by No. 1 overall pick Anthony Davis, the New Orleans Hornets have some promising young talent. However, it might take some time for the team to produce consistent success.

  • NBA Rooks: Diaries … John Henson

    Being among my friends, former teammates and other guys I'll be seeing on an NBA court this year. It was surreal. I wanted to know everything about what it takes to be successful in my new career and the RTP filled every gap of every question that I had.

  • NBA-Raptors take centre stage, Pacers steal spotlight

    "Yes it hurts (to lose) but there are so many positives I am looking at against one of the top teams in the NBA," Casey told reporters.

  • Rockets-Hawks Preview

    "James is one of the really good young shooting guards in the NBA. He'll really make them a better team," Ferry told the Hawks' official website.

  • NBA Team Attacked for Having too Many White Guys?

    I know one thing about the Minnesota Timberwolves; they have stunk up the NBA since trading away Kevin Garnett. I now know that this year's T-Wolves team has a lot of white guys on it.

  • In Anthony Davis's NBA Debut, Duncan and Spurs Prevail

    Kyle Lowry led Toronto with 21 points, and Jonas Valanciunas had 12 points and 10 rebounds in his N.B.A. debut. Andrea Bargnani had 16 points, and Jose Calderon added 15 for the Raptors.

  • NBA Previews and Predictions 2012: Oklahoma City Thunder at San Antonio ...

    Still, even without Harden, the Thunder still have two of the top ten players in the NBA in Russell Westbrook and Kevin Durant.

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