Lebron James would love a poster of his slam over Duncan

According to San Antonio Express News, LeBron James said he’d love a poster of his soaring slam over Duncan on Nov. 3 if there is one. “I’d put it in my son’s room,” he said. [youtube]jWg5_So6XBs[/youtube]

Drew Gooden Almost An All-Star?

 Wendell Maxey Jr. from Hoopsworld.com tells us that Drew Gooden can’t take all the credit for the way he hoops it up for the Cleveland Cavaliers.  Nope. Part of the praise belongs to his old man.Gooden’s father, Andrew Gooden, played

Lebron a Bull? Don’t think so…

Sam Smith of the Chicago Tribune gives his opinion on Lebron’s declining numbers. “Perhaps no team ever—certainly no team today—is wasting a talent as great as James’ with a conservative game plan that seems so out of step with the

Bulls Welcome Cavaliers

USATODAY.COM gives us a preview of Saturday’s Chicago Vs. Cleveland game: If LeBron James is making any birthday wishes on Saturday, the Cleveland Cavaliers star forward might want to wish for an end to his team’s struggles on the road.

Michael Jordan and his wife filed for divorce

Michael Jordan and his wife, Juanita, filed for divorce Friday after 17 years of marriage.”Michael and Juanita Jordan mutually and amicably decided to end their 17-year marriage,” the couple said in a statement issued through their lawyers. “A judgment for

Memphis Grizzlies fired coach Mike Fratello

The Memphis Grizzlies fired coach Mike Fratello on Thursday after an NBA-worst 6-24 start. The Grizzlies’ career winningest coach, Fratello had a 95-83 record and had guided Memphis to consecutive playoff appearances. Tony Barone Sr., the Grizzlies’ director of player

2007 NBA All-Star Balloting is out, LeBron lead the East

LeBron James and Dwyane Wade lead the Eastern Conference in votes received after the second returns of 2007 NBA All-Star Balloting. Lebron James leads all Eastern Conference players with 1,323,989 votes; followed by Wade with 983,321 votes. The Toronto Raptors’

George Karl Has Been Around

Aaron J. Lopez, from the Rocky Mountain News writes: Nearly three weeks into his NBA coaching career, the league was pitching a shutout against George Karl. Nine games. Nine losses. One white-knuckled coach. With each mounting defeat by his Cleveland Cavaliers,