NBA Schedule

Teams undefeated in third game of back-to-back-to-back

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These were supposed to be scheduled losses. The third game of the back-to-back-to-backs thrown at teams in this lockout-induced condensed schedule were supposed to be games where the players walked around, coaches threw up their hands and the season ticket holders wondered why they came. Instead, teams are 6-0 in that third game so far [more]

Suns’ Saver becomes first owner to complain about schedule

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Congratulations Robert Sarver. You are the winner of today’s PBT “You made the bed, you lie in it” award. Sarver, the Suns owner, was one of the hardline NBA owners who helped drag this lockout. He was for much of the lockout part of the small market owners who wanted to recover their losses from [more]

Circle your calendars: Games not to miss on NBA schedule

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We’re not so presumptuous as to tell you what to watch… well, yes we are. There is an NBA schedule littered with good games worth watching that was just released today. What follows are the games that leapt off the page at us as ones not to miss. Dec. 25: Miami Heat at Dallas Mavericks: [more]

NBA will not delay opening, training camps start Friday

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UPDATE 3:07 pm: As we suspected, this is not happening. Here is the tweet from Michael Lee of the Washington Post to confirm what teams have been told: League has informed teams that there won’t be any delays – training camps will open on Friday. Nothing to see here, move along. 1:03 pm: Don’t bet [more]

Suns 2011-12 schedule leaked, no home games against Amare’s Knicks or LeBron’s Heat

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The NBA is set to release its official 2011-12 schedule later this evening, during a program which will be broadcast on NBA TV at 7 p. m. ET. But one team’s schedule has leaked in its entirety, and it shows that plenty of fans won’t be happy with the way things shake out. The Phoenix [more]