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Drew League Sets Rematch With Washington D.C.’s Goodman League

According to ESPN Los Angeles there has been a rematch scheduled between L.A.'s Drew League and Washington D.C's Goodman League. The two leagues squared off once before, on Aug. 21st, when the Goodman League defeated Drew 145-144 after two late free throws from Oklahoma City Thunder guard Kevin Durant. Due to the NBA lockout there have been various NBA players suiting up for both leagues during the summer. ...

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37th Anniversary of Willis Reed’s Retirement

On this day 37 years ago, New York Knicks legend Willis Reed retired from the NBA after 10 seasons. The Captain played every game in his career with the Knicks and he helped the franchise win two NBA titles, one in 1970 and the other in 1973. Reed was named the Finals MVP in both championship seasons, and he worked alongside Walt Frazier to bring the Knicks to basketball immortality. Perhaps the most memora ...

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Chauncey Billups Looking Out For Newcomers

New York Knicks guard Chauncey Billups is afraid this NBA lockout will not only hurt his career, but also of the new guys entering the league. Billups went through the 1998-1999 NBA lockout during his second season in the league, and he saw the impact it had on the veteran players at the time. These players had to sacrifice their earnings so that the young players, like Billups, could also earn a good amoun ...

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Union Chief Billy Hunter Hints at New CBA

National Basketball Players Union Chief, Billy Hunter, spoke to Stephen A. Smith while in Las Vegas for a players meeting. The Union and league officials met in New York City on Tuesday, but according to sources the talks were unsuccessful. NBA fans were worried that the season would not start on time, and the fact that there were no future meetings scheduled, it was safe to say the teams would not play 82 ...

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Iman Shumpert Talks ‘Lockout League’ and Dunk Contest

New York Knicks rookie Iman Shumpert spoke to IamGM.com at the Impact Competitive Training Series, better known as 'Lockout League,' in Las Vegas. Shumpert commentated on how the opening days went and what he was trying to improve on most. IamaGM.com:  Is there any specific part of your game that you have worked on this summer?  IS:  Yes- Knocking down that consistent shot.  Especially with all the double t ...

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Knicks Courting Chris Paul Despite NBA Lockout?

There have been numerous reports this summer that the New York Knicks are interested in bringing in another superstar to join Amar'e Stoudemire and the more recently acquired Carmelo Anthony. That superstar is rumored to be Chris Paul, who the Knicks have had their eye on for quite some time. Paul, who has one more season on his contract as a member of the New Orleans Hornets, is one of several high profile ...

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David Stern: NBA Owners Are Unified After Dallas Meeting

The last few days have seen some relatively negative news concerning the NBA lockout, including a message from the head of the players union telling his players to expect to miss half the season. The owners met today in Dallas to discuss the possibilities of a new collective bargaining agreement. Following the meeting, NBA commissioner David Stern held a press conference and announced that the owners were u ...

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Carmelo Anthony Trades $260 Million in Stock Market

New York Knicks forward Carmelo Anthony played the Stock Market and traded $260 million during a fundraiser to help raise money for 9/11 charities. We have seen many NBA players try out new activities during this lockout, and the Knicks have seen their athletes on television shows and fashion events. Watch Anthony as he plays the role of a stock broker and helps the victims of the 9/11 tragedies. Who knows, ...

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Union President Derek Fisher Sends Letter to Players

President of the National Basketball Player's Union, Derek Fisher, has sent a letter to his fellow players prior to their meeting today in Las Vegas. In the letter, which was leaked by Sports Illustrated, Fisher speaks about the current lockout situation and rumors saying the Union will be desertified. The President told the players to continue to stand by the Union and that he would work hard in order to a ...

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Isiah Thomas Works Out With Amar’e Stoudemire

Former New York Knicks head coach and General Manager, Isiah Thomas, has been working out with Amar'e Stoudemire at Florida International University. Thomas is currently the coach at FIU and he has been helping several NBA players prepare for next season, including all-star Chris Paul. "There were several NBA players working out at FIU, including Atlanta’s Joe Johnson. None of this is surprising since FIU i ...

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