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This NBA lockout business is a bummer...
The Rockets will continue to be wack as hell. I fell sorry for u Houston fans.
No, I hated Lebron before everyone else. I've hated him every since he was on SI magazine as "the chosen one."
Just curious, when you say you "hated LeBron before everybody else" exactly how long does this go back to?
Just wondering because I'm definitely in the same boat, I hated him as soon as the Cavs drafted him so I can definitely see where you're coming from haha
Keep up the good work my man and great job on your latest article on NBA MVP.
Um... We won a close game?
My latest messing around on the trade machine: http://games.espn.go.com/nba/tradeMachine?tradeId=49vpp8q
Denver would save $40 million in this deal this year alone b/c of $14 million salary difference, $14 million in luxury tax, $8 million in Yao's insurance, and $4 million for getting under the luxury tax line (barely). We'd spend a lot of money but would be very good.
The Nets are turning into the early 2000's Pistons had they drafted Melo. Only plus 6 years...
Very, very close to writing an obituary article for the Rockets... I just see no way we can make the playoffs without a trade with this absurd schedule in January.
If Denver really wants to rebuild, here you go... http://games.espn.go.com/nba/tradeMachine?tradeId=2ahg837
Would be about the ballsiest trade in NBA history.
Gutsy as hell, but it could pay off. How could Anthony not want to resign if we made this deal?