Steve Nash to Lakers a Step in the Right Direction

The LA Lakers made a big move to top off the 4th of July holiday by acquiring future Hall of Fame point guard Steve Nash in a sign-and-trade deal with the Phoenix Suns. One of the biggest problems the Lakers have suffered from over the past few seasons has been their weakness at the point […]

Lakers Shore Up Backcourt

Originally posted on NBA.com | Hang Time Blog:
NBA.com Staff Reports [nba-video vid=channels/nba_tv/2012/03/15/20120315_lal_ramon_sessions.nba] With a point guard corps that includes championship-tested veteran (and starter) Derek Fisher and his veteran backup, Steve Blake, the Lakers were looking to add a younger body in the backcourt that perhaps provides the best of both players’ skills. L.A. may…

March Madness: New York Knicks Edition

A month after the “Linsanity” uproar, the Knicks now sit at 0-5 to start the month of March and are barely holding on to the eighth spot in the Eastern Conference. The list of people to blame for the Knicks inability to maintain success could go on forever. Remember when people hinted that maybe Carmelo […]

Yes. . . We’re Open!

I apologize for the inconvenience but yes we are up and running. I’ve just been tied down by a lot of work as of late but I hope to be able to put out another post by the end of the week. If not by then, then definitely some time next week. Thank you for […]

All Eyes on Lin: Breaking Down How Jeremy Lin Fits in to this New York Knicks Team

Linning. Unless you’re a Patriots fan still grieving that tough Super Bowl loss and have refused to watch anything on ESPN, you might not be aware of the latest sensation taking over Madison Square Garden. After having just been assigned to the D-League in January, Harvard grad and undrafted point guard Jeremy Lin has been […]

2012 NBA All-Star Game: Key Players Who Should Be in Orlando This February

As seen on Bleacherreport.com I’m sure by now, we all know the NBA All-Star Game isn’t exactly a showcase of the league’s best talent. Over the years, plenty of players have found themselves suiting up to represent their respective conferences without putting in the work on the court to earn their spot on the team. […]

NBA Rumors: Washington Wizards Must Clean House If They Plan to Rebuild

The Washington Wizards are terrible. That’s no secret. Everybody knows this. The franchise has been struggling to get back to the playoffs since their last appearance in the 2007-2008 season where they lost at the hands of LeBron James and the Cleveland Cavaliers in six games. Since that time the Wizards have fired coach Eddie Jordan, […]

NBA Trade Speculation: 3 Trade Scenarios That Could Improve the Lakers’ Season

As seen on BleacherReport.com At 10-7 going into their game on Sunday against the Indiana Pacers in Staples Center, the Lakerscurrently sit sixth in the Western Conference. While it’s not quite time to panic just yet, it seems this lockout-shortened season is having a negative effect on their performance moving forward. This past week featured double-digit losses to […]

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Jason Kidd Headed to the Big Apple

Jason Kidd Headed to the Big Apple

In a somewhat unexpected move, former Mavericks point guard Jason Kidd agreed to a three-year $9-million deal with the New York Knicks on Thursday. It appears the Knicks plan to bring in Kidd to mentor up-and-coming point man Jeremy Lin as they hope to re-sign him in the next few days. More insight on the latest […]