Free Agency

Paul Can Reverse Free Agent Trend

As stars have spent the last 12 months teaming together, one is willing to stand on his own. The player best know for making his teammates better isn’t concerned about being flanked by All-Stars. Point guard Chris Paul is a year away from free agency and is keeping his options open.

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Departure from Orlando Needed

The most dominant center in the game has no reason to want to stay in Orlando. Following another disappointing post season performance by the Magic, Dwight Howard every reason to leave the Magic. Unable to provide a consistent scorer to pair with its franchise player, the Orlando front office has to be concerned with Howard’s free agent status next season.

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Suddenly Available

Monday marks the deadline for teams to offer contract extensions to players from the 2007 NBA Draft still playing under rookie contracts. Kevin Durant famously agreed to his five-year $86 million contract extension by announcing the news on Twitter. While there was little doubt the Oklahoma City Thunder would retain its superstar, there are plenty of other players from the …

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Broken Hand Sidelines Chicago’s Boozer

The only negative in signing free-agent Carlos Boozer has become an early reality for the Chicago Bulls. The injury-prone power forward will be out for eight weeks after breaking his hand – and it didn’t even happen on the basketball court. Boozer fell over a bag in his home and broke the fifth metacarpal in his hand, according to team …

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Stop the Free Agent Countdowns

Inevitably, here comes The Decision, Part II. For the entire 2009-10 NBA season, all anyone could talk about was what was going on in LeBron James’ mind. What’s he going to do? What’s he thinking? Will he stay or will he go? Now, as camp kicks off for this season, with games just weeks away, the same thing is going …

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New Breed of Hate

Say what you want about the alliance between Dwyane Wade, LeBron James and Chris Bosh, the truth is nothing better could of happened for the NBA. The drama fuels ratings. Game 7 between the Los Angeles Lakers and the Boston Celtics drew 28.2 million viewers, the highest for a basketball game since Michael Jordan played his final game for the …

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Unfortunately, Jim Gray is Back

Let me re-create a scene for you. It’s a story that’s part drama, part fiction, but all self serving. It’s called I Know How Jim Gray Ruined NBA Free Agency Last Summer. Gray’s a guy you’ve seen on TV, the one who has embarrassed more athletes than soccer moms, but now, he’s rubbing elbows with people he probably can’t stand. …

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2010: The Ultimate Decision

One of the biggest sports-decisions of our lifetime will be made before the end of this new year. The most anticipated free agent in sports history will likely choose which team he will play for July 1, 2010. That’s the day LeBron James is officially a free agent and every team has at least some hope of bringing in the …

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