Bogut out for the Year

06 Apr 2010 by Nathan in NBA 2009–2010 Season

Andrew Bogut had surgery on his right hand on Tuesday and will need six weeks before he can fully begin rehab.
Bogut has kept up good spirits throughout this unfortunate ordeal.

Nowitzki Records Triple-Double

30 Mar 2010 by Nathan in NBA 2009–2010 Season

Dirk Nowitzki recorded his second career triple-double in Monday’s win over the Nuggets, scoring 34 points with 10 rebounds and 10 assists.

Gooden Plays Well Against Former Team

24 Mar 2010 by Nathan in NBA 2010 News

Drew Gooden exploded in 39 minutes vs. the Mavericks on Tuesday, posting 26 points and 20 rebounds (both season-highs), with two assists, two steals and one block.Gooden was a man possessed against his former teammates, connecting on 8-of-21 FGs and a perfect 10-of-10 FTs. He had just one double-double in the previous six games

LeBron Scores 40

06 Mar 2010 by Nathan in NBA 2010 News

LeBron James hit 16-of-27 shots and three 3-pointers on his way to 40 points, 13 rebounds, six assists, three steals and two blocks in Friday’s win. He didn’t have a triple-double tonight, but this is still one of his best lines of the year. The Cavaliers’ fantasy playoff schedule isn’t great, but LeBron is still the top fantasy player in the league, and should remain so in the playoffs. LeBron said after the game that he tweaked his right ankle, but “hoped” to play tomorrow in Milwaukee.

J.R. Smith to be Suspended?

25 Jan 2010 by Nathan in NBA 2010 News

The Nuggets decided to postpone a press release on what had previously been reported as an announcement of J.R. Smith being suspended for conduct detrimental to the team, and while a suspension is still very possible, it is not a certainty at this point. Smith’s behavior has grown tiresome, and something he did on the […]

Yi Jianlian gets 50 Stitches

07 Dec 2009 by Nathan in NBA 2009-10 Season

The Nets announced Sunday that Yi Jianlian suffered an upper lip laceration on Saturday that required 50 stitches to close. This puts the breaks on the Yi Jianlian show for at least one more week. He will be re-evaluated next Monday, so it appears we’ll be getting geared up for his return prior to Week […]

Spencer Hawes Ties Career High with 24

22 Nov 2009 by Nathan in NBA 2009-10 Season

In what seems to be a continuing theme young players playing well, Kings center Spencer Hawes tied his career-high with 24 points on Saturday, adding nine rebounds, two assists and two blocks in a loss to the Rockets. Hawes was 10-of-16 from the field and even made his first 3-pointers of the season, going 2-of-3 […]

2008-09 NBA Team Preview – New Jersey Nets

22 Oct 2008 by Michael in NBA

2008-09 NBA Team Preview – New Jersey Nets 2008 Record: 34-48 Division Finish: 4th – Atlantic 2008 Playoffs: Missed the playoffs. Head Coach: Lawrence Frank Season: Going into sixth season Record At New Jersey: 191-177 Career Record: Same Offseason Acquisitions: Yi Jianlian, F, 8.6 ppg., 5.2, rpg. – Traded from Milwaukee Bucks Bobby Simmons, F, […]

Denver Nuggets

07 Oct 2008 by O'Dell Isaac II in Denver Nuggets,NBA

The Denver Nuggets first existed in the American Basketball Association, as the Denver Rockets. The ABA went under in 1976, and Denver was one of the four teams assimilated into the NBA. The Denver team name was changed to the Nuggets because Houston already had the Rockets. The team now plays its home games at […]

Los Angeles Clippers

05 Oct 2008 by O'Dell Isaac II in Los Angeles Clippers,NBA

The Los Angeles Clippers have long been considered L.A.’s “other” NBA team. The team plays its home games in the Staples Center, just like the Lakers, but they aren’t associated with the same kind of glamour as the Lakers. The reason? Championships. The Early Years The Clippers joined the NBA in 1970, under the name […]

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