NBA Commissioner Adam Silver

NBA Commissioner Wants Rule Changed

NBA Commissioner Adam Silver has stated more than once. That the rule that players must be removed from High School for at least one year. Before entering the NBA draft “doesn’t work”. Silver went on to note that the last two number one NBA draft picks.  (Ben Simmons  in 2016) and (Markelle Fultz in 2017)

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Gordon Hayward injured

Gordon Hayward sadly Breaks Ankle

It only took 6 minutes and 45 seconds, for Gordon Hayward to sustain a horrific injury against the Cleveland Cavaliers. In what was supposed to be a great opener to the NBA season. The Celtics had to witness their newly acquired forward caught an injury. That will probably keep him out for the rest of the

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Toronto Raptors

Toronto Raptors boycotts Trump Hotels

The Toronto Raptors have joined the list of professional sports teams. Who has boycotted staying at any of  President Donal Trump hotels!. According to the report. There were several sports teams who use to stay in Trumps Soho while in New York. But most have decided to take their business elsewhere. The Raptors, Washington Wizards, Sacramento Kings, Phoenix

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Andrew Wiggins

Andrew Wiggins gets 148 million extention

Andrew Wiggins and the Minnesota Timberwolves have agreed on a five year 148 million dollar extension. The 22-year-old Minnesota Timberwolve. Who originally was born in Toronto Canada is the son of former NBA player Mitchell Wiggins. He played one season in Kanas before declaring for the NBA draft on March 31, 2014. After being selected number one

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Dwyane Wade and Jr Smith

Dwyane Wade takes Jr Smith starting spot

Dwyane Wade signed a one year 2.3 million dollar deal with the Cleveland Cavaliers.As soon as he reached a buyout with the Chicago Bulls, teams lined up for his service. Wade ultimately turned down offers from teams like the Spurs and Thunder, to play with Lebron James. However, as soon as Wade got to Cleveland. The debate

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Kenyon martin after dissing lin

Martin backpedals on Lin statement

A few days ago, Kenyon Martin had a lot to say about Jeremy Lin hairdo.  Since then Martin has taken down the video and apologized to Lin in a new video.The new video was posted on TMZ and in it, we can find Martin saying. “Wasn’t really saying it to him. I was just making

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Kenyon Martin

Kenyon Martin goes at Jeremy Lin

So Kenyon Martin bashed Brooklyn Nets guard Jeremy Lin, because of this hairdo.  Lin has been sporting a mohawk with dreads and for some reason.  Kenyon Martin felt compelled to go on his Instagram page and Slam Lin because of this.He started by posting a picture of Lin with his new hairdo.Then stated the following in a video. “I’m confused, puzzled,

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NBA Commissioner Adam Silver

Adam Silver tells players “They must stand”

NBA commissioner Adam Silver has sent out a memo reminding teams they must stand for the National Anthem. With all the protesting of the National Anthem by professional leagues, like the NFL and WNBA.  Adam Silver is clearly concerned that the NBA is next. The protest started last season when former NFL player Colin Kaepernick

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Russell Westbrook

Westbrook Signs Extension with Thunder

Russell Westbrook and the  Thunder have agreed to a 5 year 205 million dollar extension on Kevin Durant’s Birthday. The deal kicks in next season and will replace the player option Westbrook had for the 2018-19 season. When we factor in the 28 million Russell will earn this season. Then add the 205 million extensions. That’ll

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Nets guard "Spencer Dinwidder

Players Brooklyn Nets” should Dump

The Brooklyn Nets are trying to convince their fanbase that they’re ready to make improvements. They’ve added five players whose expected to contribute, (immediately)but lost their all-time leading scorer “Brook Lopez“. Now in order for the Nets to be taken seriously, by the Basketball world. They must get rid of these three players as fast as

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