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Josh Childress kinda lost it last night during an Australian League basketball game.
The up-and-coming New Orleans Pelicans waived Josh Childress earlier this seasons.
Josh Childress was recently waived by the up-and-coming New Orleans Pelicans after failing to standout off the team's bench.
It's no surprise that NBA players are some of the biggest sneakerheads in the world.
We all know the Nets made moves this summer â€” both literally and figuratively.
It's protocol for a team's brass to anoint a new acquisition with all sorts of titles: He has untapped potential.
Before Josh Childress left the NBA in the summer of 2008 and signed a three-year, $20 million contract with Greek club Olympiacos (the biggest deal in Euroleague history), he was a swingman who could start or come off the bench and give you 30 minutes, 15 points and five or six rebounds.
The Phoenix Suns remain an offensive machine in the NBA, which makes the squad likable for fantasy purposes.
New Atlanta Hawks owner Alex Meruelo recently said he intended to bring a chip to Atlanta under his reign.
The trendy thing to do these days if you're an NBA player is to publicly announce that you are thinking about playing overseas.
It'll be a long summer of He Said, She Said in the NBA.
In last night's 18-point Suns debacle at the hands of the Thunder, a baffling exchange took place with 1:05 left in the fourth quarter when Phoenix guards Zabian Dowdell and Aaron Brooks were both ejected from the game by official Ken Mauer.
On Twitter a couple weeks ago, WFAN Radio's (New York) Evan Roberts tweeted a suggestion that as part of the NBA's new collective bargaining agreement, each team should be allowed to void one bad contract.
I always find it interesting to hear how a player lands on a specific jersey number.
I'm not a big fan of college football, so excuse me for not knowing that Stanford destroyed Arizona to the tune of 42-17 in their highly anticipated showdown two weeks ago.
As the NBA regular season tips off, we preview the upcoming eight-month stretch with our "Highs and Lows" system -- predicting the respective ceiling and basement for each team.
Globalization has been a theme of the early part of the 21st century.