Author Archives: Luke Ross

Top 10 NBA Players Who Made a Come Back

With the return of Penny Hardaway and Reggie Miller and Allan Houston contemplating a return to the NBA, David Friedman of 20 Second Timeout breaks down the top 10 players who came back to action after retirement: 1) George Mikan

The Cavaliers Are Ready to Hire a Veteran Coach

The Cavs are expected to hire coach John Kuster as an assistant coach. John will replace Kenny Natt, who left the team to take a job with the Sacramento Kings. Kuester has 17 years of NBA coaching experience. Source: Akron

The Cavs Nearly Got Mo Williams

According to the Bucks general manager Larry Harris, the Cavaliers were closed to sign Mo Williams for the mid-level exception. The Bucks re-sign the point guard for almost $8 million a season. Source: The News-Herald 

Scott Pollard To Wear Number 66 For The Celtics

Who cares about what number a player like Scott Pollard wear? Most Cavaliers fan don’t even know what number he wore for the Cavaliers. But a Celtics reporter asked Scott Pollard why he chose to wear number 66 for his

Penny Hardaway Team Up With O’Neal For a Second Shot at Title

After 2 seasons with no NBA action, Penny Hardaway signed a make-good contract Thursday with the Heat. The 6-foot-7 guard has been working this offseason in front of Heat scouts and coaches and apparently has shown enough to alleviate concerns

Allan Houston Considering a Come Back, Possibly Cleveland!

Allan Houston is looking to return to the NBA, ESPN reports. Cleveland was one of the teams mentioned along with Dallas. Houston is 36 and was forced into retirement in October 2005 after an arthritic left knee limited him to

Reggie Miller Contemplating A Return To The NBA

Danny Ainge and coach Doc Rivers had discussions with Reggie Miller about joining the Celtics, ESPN.com reports. “I have contacted Reggie and he is contemplating a comeback with us,” Ainge told The Associated Press through a team spokesman. Miller, who

Scott Pollard Signed a Deal With The Celtics

 Scott Pollard agreed to a one year deal with the Boston Celtics yesterday believed to be worth the veteran minimum $1.2 million. Pollard signed a one year deal with Cleveland a year ago for about $2 million, Pollard played 24 games