Who knows when the next shoe will drop for the Thunder's pursuit to re-sign its key players, most notably James Harden and Eric Maynor. Will the news break on Saturday at midnight? Maybe! Stay tuned.
Ibaka’s base salary is $49 million for the deal that begins in the 2013-14 season, with an additional $2.5 million in potential bonuses for achievements believed to include NBA Defensive Player of the Year and remaining a member of the league’s All-Defensive first team.
Yeah, no kidding. When you have one of the best and most athletic defensive players in the world, it's a good idea to keep him on the court when you're trying to deal with a front line that features LeBron James and Kevin Durant.
Pruiti sets aside mere speculation and begins to look at how the Princeton offense has impacted other teams and which Laker components will work within those confines.
Good news for Grizzlies fans:
Prospective Grizzlies owner Robert Pera has reached an agreement with a group of local partners that will practically guarantee the franchise's future in Memphis for another 15 years.
Lowe has never been high on the Celtics re-signing Jeff Green, but he finally got his deal done. The key for the Celtics is, does Green make them better against the Heat? Right now, they are the only team that matters in the East.
Stolen from comments:
Just what happens when you're weighed down by 17 BANNERS AND THE EXPECTATION TO WIN
Here is what happens when sports economists get together, Part 3.