Summer League

Adam Morrison is back, will play for Nets in Summer League

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If you are a guy with some skills willing to play for the veterans’ minimum, the New Jersey Nets might be the team to hook up with — whatever happens with Dwight Howard they are loaded with big contracts and need some affordable talent. Enter Adam Morrison. The former No. 3 overall pick of the [more]

Two-week NBA pro league plans September run in Vegas

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The NBA players are learning that the marketing machine that is the NBA is not so easy to replace. While there has been Grassroots buzz about all the pro-am events this summer, that has not seeped into the national sports consciousness. Not in a meaningful way. (There are people criticizing the lack of marketing around [more]

Winderman: K-State’s Pullen shows how this NBA summer is different

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Yes, we can gasp all we want about reports that link Kobe Bryant, Kevin Durant or Dwyane Wade to European destinations. The NBA rumor cycle, even amid a lockout, must, after all, be fed 24-7-365. But whether any of that happens certainly will be more of a September or October story, if it is a [more]

KFC offers Dwyane Wade another job during lockout

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NBA players make a lot of money, but they spend a lot of money. Just ask Patrick Ewing. Dwyane Wade, like the rest of us, could use a few extra bucks in his pocket. Right after the lockout started he even tweeted “Any1 hiring?” Which is not really funny with the recession hurting most people [more]

Pitt’s Gilbert Brown signs in Europe as insurance

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Gilbert Brown was one of those undrafted guys who stands a chance of making an NBA roster. The Pitt senior plays on the wing and is a good athlete who plays a smart all-around game. He may not be explosive, but he does all the little things well. He’s a guy who needed Summer League [more]