Dwane Casey Receives Five-Year Deal as New Pistons Head Coach

Former Toronto Raptors head coach Dwane Casey has agreed to a five-year contract to become the new head coach of the Detroit Pistons, according to ESPN’s Adrian Wojnarowski. Casey, who was fired by Toronto in May after the best regular season in franchise history, was highly-coveted by the Pistons as the front office’s primary target.Continue reading “Dwane Casey Receives Five-Year Deal as New Pistons Head Coach”

Blake Griffin (Knee) Expected to Return Tuesday vs. 76ers

Los Angeles Clippers star power forward Blake Griffin is expected to return to the Clippers lineup on Tuesday when the Clippers take on the Philadelphia 76ers in Philadelphia, the second game of a three-game road trip. With Griffin expected to return on Tuesday, that means that the Clippers will likely have to play their MondayContinue reading “Blake Griffin (Knee) Expected to Return Tuesday vs. 76ers”

Clippers Star Blake Griffin to Undergo Minor Knee Surgery

It looks like point guard Chris Paul will have an increased role with the Clippers for the next couple of weeks. Star power forward Blake Griffin will undergo a minor right knee surgery sometime this week, and is expected to return to the team at some point in January, league sources told Shams¬†Charania of TheContinue reading “Clippers Star Blake Griffin to Undergo Minor Knee Surgery”

Chris Paul Expected to Demand Five-Year, Maximum Level Contract This Summer

Los Angeles Clippers point guard Chris Paul is expected to demand a full five-year, maximum contract offer from the Clippers when he is eligible to become a free agent this off-season, per ESPN’s Zach Lowe. Paul has a player option in his contract for the 2017-2018 season worth $24.2 million and he is expected toContinue reading “Chris Paul Expected to Demand Five-Year, Maximum Level Contract This Summer”

Clippers PG Austin Rivers (Hand) Out at Least One Month

The Los Angeles Clippers are already without star power forward Blake Griffin, and now Chris Paul‘s back up at point guard in Austin Rivers will also be on the shelf for some time: Clippers' Austin Rivers has been diagnosed with broken left hand, sources say. Likely out 4-6 weeks. — Brian Windhorst (@WindhorstESPN) February 7,Continue reading “Clippers PG Austin Rivers (Hand) Out at Least One Month”

Ranking the Top Ten Players in Today’s NBA

When you hear the phrase ‘top ten players’ in any sport what do you think of? You usually start with the number one player, which usually isn’t very debatable, and then you can interchange the next nine however you want/feel like. Here’s my ranking of the top ten players in the NBA today. #10 DeMarcusContinue reading “Ranking the Top Ten Players in Today’s NBA”

Report: Blake Griffin Initially Told DeAndre Jordan to Sign With the Mavericks

We all know what happened. DeAndre Jordan committed to signing with the Dallas Mavericks during the moratorium of NBA free agency. The moratorium is of course the time where free agents can only verbally agree to sign with teams. Deals can’t be official till 12:01 eastern time on July 8th. With Jordan signing with theContinue reading “Report: Blake Griffin Initially Told DeAndre Jordan to Sign With the Mavericks”

Ten NBA Players who are Actually Worth a Maximum Contract

A common theme in Today’s NBA is players commanding a maximum contract from teams all across the league. Some players are worth the maximum amount of money they can get, and others are not even close to it. Let’s take a look at ten players that do in fact deserve a maximum contract. #10 BlakeContinue reading “Ten NBA Players who are Actually Worth a Maximum Contract”

VIDEO: Blake Griffin Won’t Stop Posterizing Aron Baynes

The 1st round series of Spurs-Clippers has lived up to all the hype already in just one game. The Clippers took game one by the score of 107-92. In the game, Blake Griffin dunked of course. He even brought out a dunk [and more]¬†on Spurs big man Aron Baynes that almost ended his career itContinue reading “VIDEO: Blake Griffin Won’t Stop Posterizing Aron Baynes”

Five Players Most Likely to Get a Quadruple Double in Today’s NBA

We haven’t seen a quadruple double in the National Basketball Association in the 21st century. The last player to put up a quadruple double was San Antonio Spurs big man David Robinson. Robinson scored 34 points, grabbed 10 rebounds, dished out 10 assists, and blocked 10 shots in the Spurs game versus the Detroit PistonsContinue reading “Five Players Most Likely to Get a Quadruple Double in Today’s NBA”

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