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Thursday, October 23, 2014

Content Tagged "Joe Johnson"

If I Were The Knicks GM, I’d…

With one day of the NBA’s 2010 free agency in the books, some developments have occured that might alter New York’s plans. What would I do with how the chips current lie? Plan A – This is still LeBron James. A lot of speculation was that New York needed to sign James along with a second superstar to make a championship caliber team. Of course signing another top tier free agent would be ideal, it’s not necessary. First, New York has Eddy Curry’s contract that they can use in a sign and trade anywhere between now & the trading deadline. …continue reading

2010 Free Agency – Day 1 Mid-Day Happenings

OK so it’s about 15 hours into free agency, and so far there are a few minor developments. * Adrian Wojnarowski reports that Joe Johnson has received a max contract offer (but not yet accepted) from Atlanta, Drew Gooden has signed with the Bucks for $32M over 5 years and that Rudy Gay will stay in Memphis for the tune of 5 years and $86.1M. * Chard Ford reporting that Darko Milicic has signed with Minnesota for 4 years $20M. * According to the LA Times, Byron Scott’s agent has confirmed that he will coach the Cavaliers. The Joe Johnson …continue reading

The Worst Article Of 2010

In today’s news where ratings matter as much as content (and perhaps more), sensationalism in the press is expected. This has been especially true with regards to this year’s NBA free agent class, as some of the game’s biggest stars will reshape the league in an extraordinary fashion in the coming weeks. Given the players’ reluctance to name their potential suitors and the teams’ inability to talk about players signed to other teams news outlets have been left with little actual facts to report on. Typically when the press is shut out to a story that the public wants to …continue reading