Discussion in 'Pistons and NBA' started by Walter, Nov 28, 2011.
Nets waived Travis Outlaw
Warriors signed Dominic McGuire
Brandon Roy To Be Waived By Blazers Under Amnesty Clause
New York Knicks have signed Jerome Jordan
Josh Howard has agreed to a one-year deal with the Jazz
Shaquille O'Neal launching new career as NBA analyst
Denver Nuggets sign forward Michael Ruffin
Posey clears waivers
Rockets in Negotiations With Dalembert
After letting it sink in for a few, I have come to the realization that the Heat are probably going to win the Championship this year with Shane Battier. I really hope that I'm wrong, but man are they going to be nasty on D.
I think the Clippers will take it seven though...........
I thought he retired?
I think that way he still gets some money?
That way they get instant cap relief vs. having to wait for a year under the medical retirement provision.
Summary of everything to date.
thanks, that explains it to me; until today, I don't understand the NBA's legal framework
Kris Humphries offered a spot on the AHL’s Syracuse Crunch
Reggie Williams was signed by the Charlotte Bobcats to a two-year deal worth $5 million on Thursday, but the former Golden State Warriors swingman won't be in the team's opening-day lineup. Williams actually won't be on the team for at least six weeks, unfortunately, as he's set to have surgery on an injured knee.
Report: Stephen Jackson Unhappy in Milwaukee
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