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The Clippers' defensive-minded small forward, Matt Barnes, got married to Gloria Govan last weekend in front of some of his LA teammates, including groomsmen DeAndre Jordan.
Fresh off signing a four-year $20 million extension with the Mempis Grizzlies, Tony Allen got married this past weekend in Boston.
Kevin Ollie takes over today as coach of Connecticut, succeeding his current boss and former coach at UConn, Jim Calhoun.
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.
Other than taking some time off this summer, what are you supposed to do during a lockout.
Four teams walked into Baruch College's ARC Arena last night, but by the evening's end, only two were left standing.
NBA players may be locked out, and college basketball may not tip-off for another three months, but that doesn't mean there isn't hoops to watch.
There are obviously aftershocks from the big deals involving Carmelo Anthony and Deron Williams earlier this week.
Carmelo Anthony had that George Gervin flow going once again last night.
For Clippers fans, there's one phrase that is a staple in their vocabulary: "There's always next season." Thankfully, that time is now.
The 2009-10 season for Clipper Nation was one to bury deep in the depths of forgotten memories, where most seasons for the Clips consider home.
If this NBA offseason taught you anything, it was that -- once again -- most of the media doesn't know sh*t.
If the NBA worked like the U.
You can't really blame David Kahn.
While many of the NBA's brightest stars are off on vacations and free agency summits, the rest are hard at work with daily training sessions and player development coaches.
It's never fun to be the last player in the green room on Draft Day.
Less than 24 hours from the NBA free agency Royal Rumble, and teams are steady making moves to prepare their strongest pitch possible.
We know which teams have the money, and we know which players they want.