Bobcats got your tongue? Lakers get sent home with bruised egos

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Somebody call Smush Parker and tell him to dust off his purple kicks.


From Bad News to Worse for Yao

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In the same week that the Blazers learned Greg Oden will miss the rest of the season due to another knee surgery, the Rockets found out their injury-prone franchise center, Yao Ming, will miss (at least) another two weeks due to a bone bruise in his ankle.


Yao Ming Is Still A Mess

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Speaking of Daryl Morey, the Rockets GM might have some enemies when it comes to diehard Yao Ming fans who have been waiting to see him on the court.


The 2009 Draft Class Could Go Down As The Best Ever

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Your immediate reaction after reading the title is "absolutely not," and as of right now, it's the right one.


Diagnosing the Rockets’ problem

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Two things that will make me angry enough to twist my face into a Kendrick Perkins scowl and start launching Mike Tyson threats: Any Houston sports-related headline that reads, "Houston, we have a problem," and any Seattle-related story headlined, "Sleepless in Seattle.

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Fantasy Analysis: T-Mac to NYC, Nate to Boston, Tyrus to Charlotte and More

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Tracy McGrady is finally a Knick, Nate Robinson is a Celtic and Tyrus Thomas has transformed from a sulky Bull into a brooding Bobcat.


Breaking News: T-Mac To New York, K-Mart To Houston, Landry To Sacramento (Updated)

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So much for the Knicks not being able to land Tracy McGrady's expiring contract, according to ESPN.com's Marc Stein, the Rockets, Kings and Knicks have agreed to terms that will expand the Houston-Sacramento deal into a three-way trade that lands Tracy McGrady and Sergio Rodriguez in New York, Kevin Martin, Jordan Hill, Jared Jeffries and Hilton Armstrong in Houston and Carl Landry, Joey Dorsey and Larry Hughes in Sacramento.


Don’t write off Jordan Hill yet

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By now you don't need a Clyde Frazier pimp poem to tell you the Knicks probably wish they would have drafted Brandon Jennings -- or Terrence Williams, or Tyler Hansbrough, or Ty Lawson -- over Jordan Hill in last year's NBA Draft.

#LeBron James

Nonsense Standing in the Way of Knicks Making Best Run at Lebron and Chris Bosh

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Maybe it's just last-second posturing to swing the best deal possible for the Knicks.

Wilson Chandler

Nate Robinson Shows How To Take Being Benched Like A Man

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The word "professional" is probably not the first adjective you would've chosen to describe Nate Robinson in the past.

Pac 10

Nic Wise Is The Best Pure Point Guard in the Pac-10

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With a 74-72 double overtime loss to UNLV last night - setting its record at 3-3 - it's an understatement to say that Arizona is not run by flash and big names this year.

#Chris Paul

One year late, Darren Collison schools Brandon Jennings

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As much as I applauded Brandon Jennings for thinking outside the box, taking a risk and playing pro ball in Europe before coming to the NBA, the Pac-10 fan in me was kind of hating that I wouldn't get to see "Young Money" rip it up for a year at Arizona.

Wes Matthews

5 Rookies That Demand More Attention

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Sports media lately has been hit by cupid's Italian love arrow with an over saturation of all things Brandon Jennings.

#Chris Paul

Jerome Randle vs. Isaiah Thomas: College ball’s CP3 vs. D-Will

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If you haven't heard, this is supposed to be a down year for the Pac-10.

#Chris Paul

NBA Hit List power ranking, 11.9

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From worst to first, ranking the NBA through the first couple of weeks.


Rookie Report: Brandon Jennings Is This Draft’s Paul Pierce

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The NBA season is only a week old, but there are already a couple of rookies that are making an impact.

Ty Lawson

Pass The Mic: NBA Teams Will Regret Passing on Ty Lawson

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Selected 18th overall by the Denver Nuggets in 2009 NBA Draft, Ty Lawson saw several point guards get picked ahead of him.

#Chris Paul

Rondo and Rasheed take over for Boston; Capt. Jack loses his title

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The Big Three had the night off Tuesday (as did Mike Sweetney, so maybe that's like The Big Five), leaving Rajon Rondo and Rasheed Wallace to carry the load in the Celtics' win over the Nets.

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