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telegraphjournal.com - A high-priced proposition | Randy O'Donnell - Breaking News, New Brunswick, Canada
Saint John Mill Rats general manager Ian McCarthy tested the waters to see just what it would cost to bring in former Boston Celtics second-rounder Ryan Gomes. McCarthy has known the 6-foot-7 forward for five years and spoke with him this summer.
Losing LeBron could benefit Cavaliers in NBA draft - Basketball Wire - SunHerald.com
When the Cavaliers traded LeBron James to the Miami Heat last summer, they included language that went largely unnoticed at the time, but could come into play as this labor battle drags into its fifth month.
Charity game canceled citing possible deal | HOOPSWORLD | Basketball News & NBA Rumors
A charity basketball game involving NBA players scheduled for Sunday was canceled because of the potential that the league's lockout could come to an
Red Hot Chili Peppers bassist Flea sells Malibu house - latimes.com
The NBA's Corey Maggette, who recently sold his Westchester house for $1.85 million, has bought an estate in Newport Coast for $3 million, public records show. The former L.A. Clipper can now count Laker Kobe Bryant among his neighbors. The Mediterranean house, built in 2001, sits on more than 13,000 square feet and features five bedrooms, 51/2 bathrooms and 4,800 square feet of living space. Maggette, 31, was with the Clippers from 2000 to 2008 and plays for the Charlotte Bobcats. Tim Carr of Coldwell Banker Previews International was the listing agent, according to the Multiple Listing Service.
NBA labor negotiations resume amid rancor, infighting - Basketball Wire - SunHerald.com
With behind-the-scenes wrangling on both sides threatening to wreck the NBA season, players and owners resumed labor talks hoping to make the negotiating equivalent of a half-court heave.
Living With The NBA Lockout: Coping With Lost Games As The Players Slowly Bleed - SB Nation Chicago
The latest proposal from the owners appears to have the 2011-2012 NBA season on life support as David Stern and his men continue to run up the score on a game they already won.