Video: Knicks Fans Mourn The Jeremy Lin They Used To Know

As Gotye's "Someone That I Used To Know" got more and more popular to the point of total radio saturation, parodies have seemingly cropped up just as fast.


Report: Jeremy Lin Will Be A Houston Rocket

Howard Beck of the New York Times has the report of the day, that the debate over the merits of keeping or releasing Jeremy Lin is officially over: his career in New York is finished, and he will play for the Houston Rockets next season.

tom penn

How Minnesota And Portland Started A Mini-Feud In 5 Steps

Portland and Minnesota have representatives in Las Vegas this week, carrying on a mini-feud that started with one team unwittingly a part of it, sucked in by people now long gone.

Los Angeles Clippers

Report: Grant Hill Will Sign With The Clippers

Grant Hill's career was supposed to be derailed in 2000 because of chronic ankle injuries that nearly cost him his life.


Who Should Start At Point Guard For The Knicks Next Season: Raymond Felton Or Jeremy Lin?

Every media member and NBA fan has weighed in on the Jeremy Lin/Raymond Felton debate.


There Is Now A Petition To Keep Jeremy Lin In New York

Knicks fans are split down the middle on Jeremy Lin, as the Knicks have until Tuesday night to match Houston's offer sheet.


Debunking The Myth Of Jeremy Lin’s Offer Sheet

I'll make this quick, so everyone can get to yapping in the comments.


The Most Important Lessons Dwight Howard Can Learn From Hakeem Olajuwon’s Pitch

Before Dwight Howard's made-in-Disney World start in Orlando devolved into a Dwightmare, The Dream gave Houston management insomnia in the 1990s.

Ersan Ilyasova

The Top 5 Most Important Players To Re-Sign In Free Agency

There's a time and place for shaking things up in the NBA, and there's another for finding a rhythm with familiar parts and pieces.


The Wizards Want To Get Rid Of Andray Blatche, John Wall Now Sits Front And Center

The Washington Wizards are revamping its roster surrounding John Wall - Javale McGee is already out the door and Trevor Ariza and Nene are on board.


Report: Blake Griffin Formally Agrees To Sign Max Contract For 5 Years, $95 Million

This was already a foregone conclusion, but now it's official, according to Ken Berger of CBS.


Report: Tim Duncan Will Get A Three-Year Deal From San Antonio

Only weeks ago Spurs centerpiece Tim Duncan was in talks with San Antonio management to get a lifetime contract, to be worked out as the team's other free agent dealings were concluded.


Report: Hornets’ Monty Williams On Eric Gordon: “Give The Kid Some Mercy”

New Orleans coach Monty Williams hasn't had a chance to talk with Eric Gordon yet about how much Gordon wants to leave Williams and New Orleans behind.


Report: Roy Hibbert Will Sign Trail Blazers’ Offer Tuesday

Roy Hibbert is already in what could be new his home and is prepared to sign Portland's four-year offer Tuesday night, according to Indy Star beat writer Mike Wells.


Report: The Suns Never Made An Effort To Keep Steve Nash

A report by Arizona Republic Suns beat writer Paul Coro from last Thursday sheds some light on the once-unthinkable Steve Nash-to-the-Lakers deal that happened earlier this week.


Video: Pau Gasol Is Excited About Steve Nash On The Lakers

Pau Gasol is in Madrid working out with the Spanish national team, but his mind is in Los Angeles.


Report: Jeff Green Likely To Return To Boston With Four-Year, $40 Million Deal

Jeff Green was supposed to be a major piece of Boston's championship puzzle last season.


Sixers Amnesty Elton Brand; Sign Nick Young

I'm not sure how I feel about this, but the 76ers reportedly just used their amnesty clause on Elton Brand to clear $18 million-worth of cap space.


The Top 5 Worst Free Agent Deals Of The 2012 Offseason Thus Far

The last NBA Collective Bargaining Agreement hoped to curtail rampant spending by the owners - they had to be protected from themselves, which seemingly contradicts their self-appointed titles of "businessmen.


Report: Brandon Bass To Re-Sign With Boston For Three Years

It looks like Brandon Bass will stick around Boston for three more years.

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