October 30, 2014 Daily Roundup
CHICAGO NEW YORK T Gibson $ 35.5 A Stoudemire $ 4.0 P Gasol $ 27.0 S Dalembert $ 2.0 A Brooks $ 12.5 C Anthony $ 1.5
Derek Fisher’s debut as head coach of the Knicks was not a game to remember. The Bulls led the Knicks by 35 points in the fourth quarter in a major blowout. Taj Gibson led with 22 points, 10-12 shooting, eight rebounds and a $ 35.5 million Total Player Value.
October 12, 2014 News
NBA owners have agreed upon a nine-year television deal that will signficantly increase team revenues. The league’s annual network deal with ESPN and TNT is expected to increase from $ 930 million to $ 2.66 billion, beginning with the 2016-17 season. As a spokesman for the players, LeBron James said the expected.
August 23, 2014 News
The much rumored deal sending Kevin Love to Cleveland is now official, with Minnesota acquiring No. 1 picks Andrew Wiggins and Anthony Bennett, along with Thaddeus Young from Philadelphia. It means LeBron James and the Cavs will very likely not have a major challenge in the East this season.
August 19, 2014 News
When LeBron James signed with Cleveland last month, he said the team was not presently a championship level group. That may be changing with the expected addition of Shawn Marion for a one-year deal at the veteran’s minimum salary of $ 1.4 million.
August 5, 2014 News
Paul George’s leg injury has been identified as a tibia-fibula fracture that is expected to keep him out of action next season. It could not have been worse timing for Indiana— two weeks after free agent Lance Stephenson left for Charlotte.
August 4, 2014 News
Shortly after being hired, Cleveland head coach David Blatt said Andrew Wiggins would not be traded. Now, it appears that Cavs are in full-blown win-now mentality, and are offering the newly-signed No. 1 pick as the headliner in a package to acquire Kevin Love.
July 14, 2014 News
This will obviously be most remembered as the free agent period in which LeBron James returned to Cleveland It will also likely be viewed as a summer of major overpayments to several other NBA players, notably Chandler Parsons and Gordon Hayward.