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Added July 3rd, 2011 by James

Kobe Bryant has experimental surgery on knee in Germany

The NBA season is over and the NBA lockout is underway, but that hasn’t stopped arguably the best player in the league from trying to get back to form as he looks for ways to keep his body in good condition for the seasons ahead. There is no question that Kobe Bryant has been one of the most banged up superstars in the NBA over the past few years, but with the unique ability to play through pain the Black Mamba hasn’t missed much time. Continue Reading…

 
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Added July 2nd, 2011 by Scott

NBA lockout is officially underway in hopes of new Collective Bargaining Agreement

Just like the NFL did a little more than a 100 days ago, the NBA has now locked out the players and restricted any business being conducted between players and teams until a new Collective Bargaining Agreement (CBA) is agreed upon. This doesn’t really come as much of a surprise to teams and players around the league as this was predicted even before the start of last season, but with all the trouble the NFL has been going through as of late to get their new CBA in place the hope was that the NBA would wise up and not follow in those footsteps. Continue Reading…

 
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Added July 2nd, 2011 by Ryan

Shannon Brown opts out of contract with Lakers and will be a free agent

The Los Angeles Lakers are still considered to be one of the best all-around teams in the NBA today and potentially a NBA title contender next season, but they have already gone through some changes that will make this storied franchise look much different moving forward. Not only is the Zen Master Phil Jackson no longer in Laker land, but new head coach Mike Brown has come in and some players might not be on the roster next season. Continue Reading…

 
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Added July 2nd, 2011 by James

Cleveland Cavaliers trade J.J. Hickson to Sacramento Kings for Omri Casspi

After landing a big fish in the 2011 NBA draft by drafting scoring machine Jimmer Fredette out of BYU, the Sacramento Kings weren’t done improving their struggling franchise as they just made a trade to send Omri Casspi to the Cleveland Cavaliers in exchange for J.J. Hickson. Along with the Cavs receiving Casspi, they will also acquire a 2012 lottery pick originally from the Houston Rockets. Continue Reading…

 
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    • Steve: If Orlando would trade Dwight for Noah and Boozer, that is a no brainer, and I don’t think any deal is...