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The hype surrounding Reggie Bush and his Heisman Trophy scandal has swamped the media.
If he keeps his two current jobs for a few years -- and if we've learned anything about Isiah Thomas, it's that he knows how to get (and stay) on his boss' good side -- then Zeke will eventually be the only college basketball coach in the country who can recruit the same superstars at least two different times.
While the free-agent pool is dwindling down, there are still many serviceable players available on the market.
While I missed the majority of Lakers/Celtics Game 6 for my cousin's high school graduation, everyone I know who watched the game had to come up with something to talk about during L.
When I tagged Tony Allen to be Boston's most crucial X-factor in these NBA Finals, I was thinking more in the momentum-building, sparkplug-scorer role, with some solid defense thrown in for good measure.
Anybody who watches MSNBC's "Lockup" knows this much about prison etiquette: It's all about perception.
A few minutes before last night's Thunder/Spurs game in San Antonio got underway, Kevin Durant was on the OKC bench casually chatting with Bruce Bowen.
If you're not rolling with the media, your best place to see NBA stars in Dallas is over at the All-Star Jam Session.
If you're purely interested in the best interest of Allen Iverson, you're glad the Grizzlies had one of their business-as-usual losses against the Clippers last night.
A couple of weeks ago, the Nuggets and Pacers flew halfway across the globe to play a pair of exhibition games in the Far East.
Last year we debuted the "Highs and Lows" system -- previewing the NBA season by predicting the respective ceiling and basement for each team.
While the Cavs figure out what they need to do about Delonte West and possibly keep some Plan B's in mind, more details of Delonte's arrest emerged yesterday.
With Bruce Bowen retiring last week and John Stockton headed for the Hall of Fame this week, the concept of the "dirty" basketball player has been in discussion around the Dime office.
In the end, the fact that Bruce Bowen was essentially sacrificed so that the San Antonio Spurs could have a better chance at winning another championship was somewhat symbolic of what he meant to the team.
Last year the Nuggets finished 54-28, won the Northwest Division and pushed the Lakers in the Western Conference Finals.
Can't the Timberwolves do anything right.