Found July 31, 2013 on
The NBA Passionista:
While many outlets may be more focused if LeBron James will leave the Miami Heat in the future or not, here’s an article from the New York Post about Carmelo Anthony who makes it clear he’s not ready to predict if he will stay with the New York Knicks long-term or not. Or at least not right [...]The post Carmelo Anthony: Not Prepared to Consider Long-Term Future With New York Knicks appeared first on The NBA Passionista .
BEST OF MAXIM
AROUND THE WEB
Carmelo Anthony will have the chance to leave the Knicks after the season, so they may give him some incentives to stay.
The New York Knicks see the writing on the wall, and in an effort to prevent their biggest star from walking, the Knicks reportedly are willing to allow that star in on the decision-making.
Hoopsworld is reporting that the Knicks are so desperate to prevent Carmelo Anthony from leaving, that they are willing to allow him to pick which free agents the team should pursue in 2015....
This hasn't been the best summer for the New York Knicks. Their new cross-town rivals, the Brooklyn Nets, made a huge splash with the acquisitions of Paul Pierce, Kevin Garnett, and Andrei Kirilenko while Knicks brought in Andrea Bargnani. James Dolan was again made to look like a vindictive fool with the revelation that he had threatened to trade Iman Shumpert over a refusal...
Amid talks of him possibly being a first team free agent next summer, Carmelo Anthony has done his best to have a calm quiet summer.
Anthony who reportedly could have some say in future personnel decisions, likes the current moves being made by the Knicks, and told ESPN New York that the Andrea Bargnani trade was a “steal.”
“I’ve been staying under the radar,” Anthony told...
Clearly, Miami Heat star LeBron James is dedicated to improving his game and judging from the below clip, he might be adding a hook shot to his offensive repertoire.
Check out this short video that LeBron posted on Instagram back on Tuesday that shows him practicing his hook shot and having about a 50% success rate:
Blake Griffin, Carmelo Anthony, and Chris Paul threw out the first pitches at a recent Taiwanese baseball game. Yeah, it was quite interesting.
**Follow us on Twitter, View via Our Mobile Site, or Return to BobsBlitz.com.Follow us on Twitter. Subscribe or Return to Bob's Blitz.
LeBron James is considering a run to become president of the NBA players union.
“It’s something he has talked about with a small group of people,” a source close to James said. "There is a new executive director coming in and new commissioner. He recognizes that this is the time for the union to change.”
It is still "unlikely" that James takes the presidency...
ESPN conducted their own little poll. The results from that show that LeBron James is the most popular player in the NBA. This is the first time the self-proclaimed king [...]
Business wise LeBron hasn’t made many, if any missteps in his career. Maybe that is a knowledge he wants to past down to other players.
The NBA Player’s Union has had its ups and downs over the years, but having LeBron as a President would give them a stronger presence when dealing with the owners and new commissioner.
Jason Whitlock of Fox Sports has a source who believes that...
The National Basketball Players Association is a labor union created to represent athletes from the National Basketball Association. They have been around since 1954, which makes their labor union older than MLB’s, NFL’s, and NHL’s. Just recently, they battled against the NBA franchise owners while trying to come up with a new Collective Bargaining Agreement. The current [...]
If you are like me, I’m sure you sometimes sit and wonder, who is SportsCenter’s most mentioned athlete.
For about a year and half, I’m sure it was Tim Tebow hands down, but with Tebowmania being no more, we have to wonder who gets the most mentions.
Thanks to some numbers crunching and investigations, there may finally be a winner.
According to a recent report published by...
The NBA players association could be on the brink of a seismic power shift that goes well beyond the naming of a new executive director . LeBron James, the game's best and most popular player, is mulling a bid for the union's presidency.
"It's something he has talked about with a small group of people," a source with close ties to James told FOXSports.com on...