LeBron James and Kevin Durant played flag football Wednesday night. The score: Nobody tore an ACL. That’s the only score that matters.
If you want to get an early jump on MVP voting (which, admittedly, may be a tad premature what with training camps not even open yet) we’ve got you covered here at NBC.
A good breakdown/recap of the Dwight Howard and Chris Paul situations by our own Ira Winderman.
The Knicks will be part of the Grant Hill sweepstakes.
The Miami Heat will try to lure in Tyson Chandler and Nene, but when those fail they will turn to Samuel Dalembert. And he’s interested.
The Sixers deny that they are shopping Lou Williams around.
This is a fantastic Q&A with Harvey Araton about his new book covering the glory days of the 1970s Knicks.
Add the Celtics to the list of teams that would like Shane Battier.
Tracy McGrady would love to play for the Bulls. He might make a nice backup for them, but he does not solve their issues at the two.
The Thunder may bring James Harden off the bench again this season. That confounds me.
Why Russell Westbrook would do well to model his game more after Tony Parker.
We reported yesterday that Nate Robinson is talking buyout with the Thunder. That noise seems to be coming out of his camp, not the Thunder side, there have been no discussions. Robinson wants out because he barely gets on the court in OKC.
Cleveland plans to offer Anthony Parker a multi-year deal, reports Fox Sports.
Michael Redd has drawn interest from the Heat, Bulls, Celtics and Knicks
Brandon Roy is not going to fall to the Bulls (a team under the cap will snap him up before that if the Blazers even use the amnesty clause on him), but if he did would he be a good pick up for Chicago?
Paul Millsap has been working hard on his game this offseason.
Boston is interested in Chuck Hayes as a free agent. A lot of teams are.
Joel Przybilla is trying to decide whether or not to come back for a 12th NBA season. There is a lot of interest in him from the Blazers and Celtics, as well as the Bucks.
Jeff Foster would like to remain with the Pacers. You can bet the Knicks and other teams will reach out to him.
Earl Clark would like to remain with the Magic. We’ll see.
If you want a job with an NBA team, now is the best time to apply.
There are some very interesting — and one kind of odd — things going on in the D-League this year.
J.J. Redick, working on the fundamentals.
Now that the NBA is back, Kevin Arnovitz has suggestions on how you can better enjoy going to an NBA game. I especially endorse No. 1, get there early.
NBA players union VP (well, when there is a union) Maurice Evans talks lockout and the deal made.
There will be a push by some agents (and players) to get Billy Hunter out as head of the players union soon after the season starts.