Mike Bibby Trade Talks Have Resurfaced

The Bibby trade talks between the Kings and Cleveland Cavaliers have resurfaced, according to Sacramento Bee. Although the discussions between Kings basketball president Geoff Petrie and Cleveland general manager Danny Ferry have temporarily stalled, a three-team deal appears to have

Fisher to sign with Lakers

Derek Fisher has agreed to a three-year, $14-million contract with the L.A. Lakers. The only snag would be if another team is willing to pay the remainder of his Utah contract, three years and almost $21 million. If Fisher clears

Pippen with Advice to Yi

NBA legend Scottie Pippen has urged Yi Jianlian to end his standoff with the Milwaukee Bucks and sign with the team that selected him as the sixth pick in this year’s draft. Pippen told Yi to look at the decision

Grizzlies sign Milicic

The Memphis Grizzlies have reportedly agreed to a deal with forward/center Darko Milicic. The Memphis Commercial Appeal, citing an NBA source, reported that the seven-foot unrestricted free agent has come to terms in principle on a three-year deal with a

Lebron Has a Little Surprise Planned During The ESPY Awards

Commedian Jimmy Kimmel said James has “a little surprise performance” planned. Neither James or Jimmy would provide details but Lebron said “It’s not basketball. It’s not bashful, either.” Jimmy Kimmel and Lebron James are co-hosting the annual show honoring the

Salary Cap Is Set for the 2007-08 season

The salary cap for the 2007-08 NBA season will be set at $55,630,000. The mid-level exception for over-the-cap teams is $5,356,000, and the luxury tax threshold will be $67,865,000. What does that mean for the Cavaliers: The Cavaliers currently have

Mike Brown is looking to replace Kenny Natt

Mike Brown has begun his search to replace assistant coach Kenny Natt, who left the Cavaliers to take a job with the Sacramento Kings last week. The Cavs have spoken with Dwayne Casey, who last was the coach of the

Jury awards $260,000 in Iverson Verdict

A federal jury awarded $260,000 yesterday to one of two men who sued NBA star Allen Iverson after they said they were beaten by his entourage at a Washington nightclub in 2005. The attacks, they said, followed their refusal to