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Darko Milicic turned in his basketball shorts for punchy and kicky shorts.
The Human Victory Cigar who last played in the NBA for the Celtics during the 2011-12 season, Darko Milicic, is making a career change according to website NBASerbia.
He's taken some hits over the last decade at the helm in Detroit, and now Pistons GM Joe Dumars appears ready to resign at season's end after another disappointing season that will end with the Pistons again missing the playoffs.
NBA championship teams are built around franchise players, Hall Of Fame coaches and close-knit team chemistry.
YouTube is a glorious, glorious place full of adorable babies, fat people falling and a veritable rabbit's hole of sports clips.
The player who accomplished so much in such short time meets his likely end the same day as the player who did so little given so many chances.
Brooklyn's executives had to be happy with the Nets' opening night at the Barclays Center.
Free Darko has been the joking rallying cry since he was taken No.
The NBA isn't done with Darko Milicic yet.
Mark Cuban went through a spell during the Mavs' championship run in 2011 where he was as quiet as we've ever heard him.
Two years ago, names like James, Wade, Bosh, Johnson and Stoudemire set the NBA offseason on fire and completely revamped what free agency was like.
It's hard to be considered an offseason winner when your No.
The Minnesota Timberwolves have made multiple additions by subtraction this offseason: Anthony Randolph, Michael Beasley, Darko Milicic, Martell Webster.
Now that Lindecision 2012 is all over, and Jeremy Lin is going to be formerly introduced as a Houston Rocket sometime soon, we need to take a step back and look at the bigger picture.
Note to self: never ask an NBA star if his team, team A, can beat team B.
As much as ESPN hyped the head-to-head matchup between Dwight Howard and Andrew Bynum before last night's Magic/Lakers game, you would've thought that, you know, Bynum had actually done something to earn space on Dwight's marquee.
What can one say about the Minnesota Timberwolves that David Kahn already hasn't.