Category Archives: Around the NBA

Ira Newble signs contract with Lakers

George Thomas writing for Ohio.Com has said that former Cleveland Cavalier Ira Newble has signed a contract with the Los Angeles Lakers.  According to Thomas, the Cavs offered Newble a spot on the team Wednesday but could not come to

Drew Gooden Fits in Nicely

 In Chicago they are starting to feel better about Drew Gooden.  That is one thing most people always felt in Cleveland as well.  While drew could be inconsistent at times you usually could count on him for a double double.

Is LeBron James MVP?

Chris Broussard is on record for saying that LeBron James is the best player in the NBA.  But does he think that LeBron is the MVP? According to Broussard, “If the award were to go strictly to the most outstanding

Michael Jordan Denies Involvement in Spitzer Sex Scandal

Jordan’s attorney Frederick Sperling, denied that Michel Jordan’s name was in the FBI affidavit filed by the feds detailing operations of the Emperors Club, a sex-for-hire shop that allegedly ensnared embattled New York. Gov. Eliot Spitzer. In order to end

Larry Hughes the Man

In many ways, new Bulls guard Larry Hughes is the embodiment of the modern-day professional athlete. In his 10-year career, which began when he entered the draft after only one college season, he has been cast off in trade, has

Will Ira Newble be back in Cleveland

Ira Newble cleared waivers last week and is now a free agent. According to sources, the Cavs do have interest in bringing him back and even left his locker open when their six new players arrived. He is eligible to

Donyell Marshall Struggles in Seattle

Donyell Marshall got into a confrontation with Seattle’s coach P.J. Carlesimo over a defensive assignment during the second quarter that allowed Michael Redd to attempt an open 3-pointer. “Carlesimo kneeled down and chastised Marshall, who responded with an expletive before

Larry Hughes Stirs Up media in Chicago

It didn’t take much for Hughes to make Bulls fans and Chicago media realized what they’ve got in this trade. The Chicago Sun-Times columnist, Carol Slezak, writes: “Just when you thought the season couldn’t get any worse, the Bulls hit