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Los Angeles Clippers
Los Angeles Lakers
Herald Return Ticket gives Celtics a lift
Where will Ray Allen end up?
Lakers get Steve Nash from Suns
Luol Deng only NBA player on Britain’s Olympic team
Knicks shoot an air ball on Steve Nash
Globe Another Heinsohn stands tall - in goal
Celtics Life And what about Nenad Krstic?
Terry leaves Dallas, likely to be a Celtic
LeBron & Wade putting on the full court press to woo Ray
Celtics need to explore a Ray Allen sign-and-trade
CelticsBlog Lots Of Interest In Brandon Bass
A Tale Of Three Franchises...
Report: Lakers Acquire Steve Nash (And Just Like That, They're Contenders Again)
ESPN The Playbook Q&A: Top NBA prospects
Michael Beasley verbally commits to three-year, $18 million deal with Phoenix Suns
Sources -- Steve Nash headed to Los Angeles Lakers in sign-and-trade deal
How much is Marcus Camby worth?
Jason Terry's on the runway as an era ends
Miami Heat's LeBron James, Los Angeles Clippers' Chris Paul recruiting Ray Allen
BEST OF MAXIM
LeBron James doesn’t like the Celtics. He basically said so in a tweet after Jared Sullinger was drafted. In another tweet that same night he said:
While watching the draft my son Bryce ask “Is Ray Allen gonna play for Heat”. I said “I don’t know, I hope so”.
The possibility of Ray joining Miami has been hanging over Celtics fans since the Finals ended. Its one of...
Ray Allen is taking his talents to South Beach. The 10-time All Star was stuck in between a pair of enticing offers, and it looks like the talented guard will in fact spurn the Celtics after all. According to Adrian Wojnarowski of Yahoo! Sports, Allen has informed the Celtics that he will sign with the Miami Heat. Allen spent five seasons in Boston, helping the team reach two NBA...
In what has been an interesting first week of NBA free agency, it appears that veteran sharpshooter Ray Allen has decided to sign with Celtics rival Miami Heat, per this tweet from Heat owner Micky Arison: Its 2:30am in London and I was just woken up with great news.Welcome to the family #20!! — Micky [...]
The biggest news for the NBA this past week was the trade that sent Steve Nash to the Los Angeles Lakers to be their new point guard (have they really even had one?) alongside Kobe Bryant. Everyone knew that Nash was heading out-of-town in Phoenix, as the team could no longer afford to keep an [...]
Steve Nash chose the Los Angeles Lakers because they're close to his children and to NBA title contention.
The two-time MVP point guard went on ESPN radio Thursday to discuss his decision to join his longtime rivals with the Lakers, who will complete a sign-and-trade deal for the Phoenix Suns star next week.
The 38-year-old Canadian says he spoke to Kobe Bryant by phone Monday...
After making Steve Nash their number one priory when the clock struck 12AM on July 1st, Yahoo Sports! is reporting that the Knicks have emerged as the frontrunners to acquire Steve Nash, via a sign and trade deal with the Suns.With three very strong pieces to their contending puzzle in Carmelo Anthony, Amar'e Stoudemire, and Tyson Chandler, New York appears ready to go for the...
In case you missed it, the Los Angeles Lakers again hit the jackpot by convincing Steve Nash to sign a three year deal with them instead of taking more money to play in Toronto. That means a team that was trending towards the middle of the Western Conference pack got a boost and will remain one of the powers in the West for at least another season or two. Once the season ended...
LOS ANGELES On NBA Draft night, Mitch Kupchak told the assembled media that even though the Lakers didn't have much monetary or personnel flexibility to improve the team, he'd keep trying to "hit a home run."
While the Lakers apparent trade with the Phoenix Suns for point guard Steve Nash may not be a Matt Kemp liner over the centerfield wall, or a Josh Hamilton...
Everyone knew Steve Nash was going to be one of the big stories of this year’s offseason. After rumors tied him to the New York Knicks, Toronto Raptors and even the Miami Heat, Nash ended up signing with the Los Angeles Lakers. It was a bit of a shock to some, but it’s history now and time for everyone to move on.
It looks like the Phoenix Suns are doing just that. The Suns...
The Los Angeles Lakers picked up aging yet immortal PG Steve Nash into their fold from the Phoenix Suns. All of a sudden, the Los Angeles Lakers are placing one of the top two most elite back-courts on the floor each and every night. While the status of another aging vet in PF Pau Gasol is still in the air, the big three stratagem employed by all NBA front offices...
Celtics are in final discussions on terms of a multi-year deal with Mavericks free agent guard Jason Terry, sources tells Yahoo! Sports.about 1 hour ago via TweetDeckReplyRetweetFavorite@SpearsNBAYahooMarc J. SpearsThe Boston Celtics desperately needed bench scoring, and they are finalizing a deal with one of the better bench scorers ever. Hallelujah.I don’t think this definitively...
The presence of Steve Nash may change the equation for Dwight Howard joining the Lakers.
Leading off your NBA coverage today is the fact that point guards are being swapped around like pot luck casserole right now. Steve Nash to the Lakers, Jason Kidd to the Knicks, Jeremy Lin signing an offer sheet for the Rockets, Deron Williams staying with the Nets...And, well, I get it. Without a good point guard, teams are hard to look at, and with so many flat out studs out there...