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There are six — kind of five, but we’ll say six — remaining coaching vacancies in the NBA. The season is still going on, but six positions have already been filled, and the remaining six might beat the end of the NBA Finals considering the glacial pace of these playoffs. Detroit, Memphis, Brooklyn, Los Angeles, Denver, and Philadelphia still need to find their next head coaches.
Craig Sager is starting to feel more like a mannequin than a sideline reporter these days. But there was a time when he did real reporting and by that I mean celebrity slam dunk competitions in the 80s.
Clippers backup center Ryan Hollins has made a name for himself recently, and it’s not a good one. The seven-year veteran has never been much for scoring points, and this past year he was in the news more for being a dick than anything else. In a recent interview with ESPN, Hollins revealed why.
Now That We Have The New Orleans Pelicans And The Charlotte Hornets (Again), Here Are Six More Teams That Need A Name Change
We like it when teams have good, popular names that make sense. In fact, we want all NBA teams to have good, popular names that make sense. Because the truth is, some current team names vary from inappropriate for their city to downright garbage.
The Warriors have plans to build a brand-new arena at the foot of the San Francisco Bay Bridge. Their contract with their current digs in Oakland, the Oracle Arena, will be up in 2017, and that’s when their new place is slated to be finished. And if the final product is anything like the designs released today, this place is going to be awesome.
2013 D-League MVP Played 41 Minutes Last Night For The Lakers Because Pau Gasol Says They’ve Been “Murdered By Injuries”
When you think “MVP” and “Lakers”, you probably think Magic, Wilt, Kobe, Andrew Goudelock…wait, who? He’s the starting 2 guard for the Los Angeles Lakers, thats who. And he played almost the entire game in last night’s 31 point loss to the San Antonio Spurs.