Cavaliers Acquire SG/SF Rodney Hood in Three-Team Trade

The Cleveland Cavaliers continued the torpedoing of their roster on Thursday by acquiring guards Rodney Hood and George Hill in a three-team trade involving the Utah Jazz and Sacramento Kings. Utah will receive point guard Derrick Rose and forward Jae Crowder from the Cavaliers in this trade, while Sacramento will acquire guard Iman Shumpert fromContinue reading “Cavaliers Acquire SG/SF Rodney Hood in Three-Team Trade”

Tristan Thompson Not at Cavs’ Workouts in Miami

Tristan Thompson made a name for himself during the 2014-2015 NBA Finals with his impressive rebounding game and dunking game while Kevin Love was sidelined with a shoulder injury. The Cavaliers were willing to give him a five-year, $80 million contract, but he wants a maximum contract, which would be $14 million more at $94Continue reading “Tristan Thompson Not at Cavs’ Workouts in Miami”

Can the Miami Heat win the Eastern Conference?

The Miami Heat are coming off a disappointing 2014-2015 season in-which they won just 37 games while losing 45 of them. It was understandable that the Heat struggled with injuries to Dwyane Wade and Chris Bosh missing the entire second half of the season, but they have improved at every position this off-season, and theContinue reading “Can the Miami Heat win the Eastern Conference?”

What Went Wrong With the Knicks in the 2015 Season?

When Knicks fans look back on 2014, they’ll put their hands over their faces. When they look back on 2015, however, there will be a lot of words to be said. They may be words like: “That was the year we did terribly, but then drafted our future star/traded our pick for a star thatContinue reading “What Went Wrong With the Knicks in the 2015 Season?”

A Summary of Year One of the Phil Jackson Experience

On March 18, 2014, The New York Knicks formally announced that Phil Jackson had signed on to become their President of Basketball Operations, with full power and control over what the team does; from coaching decisions, to free agency signings, and everything in-between. He was hailed as a “savior.” Just days before, close to 100Continue reading “A Summary of Year One of the Phil Jackson Experience”

J.R. Smith and Iman Shumpert Connect for Alley-Oop in Garden Return

Cleveland Cavaliers guards J.R. Smith and Iman Shumpert made their return to Madison Square Garden for the first time since being traded by the Knicks, and J.R. Smith really shined. The highlight of Smith’s day came when former Knick Iman Shumpert gave him a lob. Smith then took the lob, and did a reverse double-clutchContinue reading “J.R. Smith and Iman Shumpert Connect for Alley-Oop in Garden Return”

Lou Amundson With the Travel of the Year

Do referees in the NBA call traveling anymore? It should be seriously questioned after this play by Knicks forward Lou Amundson. The Knicks took on the Cavaliers today at Madison Square Garden, in J.R. Smith and Iman Shumpert’s return to the Garden since being traded by the Knicks. The Cavaliers won with ease, but oneContinue reading “Lou Amundson With the Travel of the Year”

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