This should help.
The NBA owns the Hornets, remember.
Reports say he'll sign a one-year contract for the veteran minimum.
They're back below .500 now.
You might as well get psyched, since we don't have much of a choice.
The video-game Knicks are on a roll right now.
In the wake of the Penn State scandal and a vast treatise by Taylor Branch, the call to pay student sportsmen has reached new heights. But it's not so much a plan as an expression of free-floating contempt for college sports.
At that point, you can turn your attention to actual basketball.
The author talks about LeBron James, Cavs fans, and his own health.
It’s probably not giving away too much about a jeremiad entitled The Whore of Akron to reveal that its writer, Scott Raab, despises LeBron James.
They lost last night to Sacramento, 89-83.
The video-game Knicks beat the video-game Suns, 89–82.
The league and its players are going to court and there will never be basketball ever.
The real ones won't be playing anytime soon.
There's no doubt in our mind that Isiah Thomas would have offered Grover at least a three-year contract.
The league has set a 5 p.m. deadline, at which point they'll pull their latest offer.
This is going to have to do for now.