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Monthly Archives: August 2012
Portland had moved past from its “Jail Blazers” era, a dark period both on and off the court, to assemble a true contender in the Western Conference. Beginning with the selection of Brandon Roy, a dominant shooting guard with exceptional scoring … Continue reading
Even without any significant free agent signings, Oklahoma City had one of the most successful summers of an NBA franchise. The latest accomplishment came Saturday when the Thunder agreed to a four-year $40 million contract extension with Serge Ibaka. The … Continue reading
Four years ago, the United States was looking for redemption when it battled Spain for the gold medal in Beijing. On the final day of the Olympics in London, the latest generation of NBA stars proved they have arrived, once … Continue reading
Adding future Hall-of-Fame point guard wan’t enough of an overhaul for the Lakers this summer. Five weeks after dealing for Steve Nash, the the Lakers bolstered their front court by landing the most dominant center of this generation.
Carmelo Anthony was ready for a shootout Thursday evening, clearly Nigeria wasn’t. Midway through the third quarter, Anthony claimed the all-time scoring record swishing home a 3-pointer, something he did often on the night as the United States coasted.