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One of the most beloved bench players in NBA history may be making a return to the league.
Brian Scalabrine‘s playing days are unfortuntely behind him, but the Golden State Warriors are considering bringing the former Celtics power forward in as an assistant coach, league sources told Yahoo! Sports’ Adrian Wojarowski.
Scal, as he was known by many in Boston, turned down a similar position with Chicago after retiring in 2012. He instead chose to go into broadcasting, becoming an analyst for Comcast SportsNet’s Celtics coverage.
After beginning his career with New Jersey, Scalabrine spent five seasons in Boston, where he was a part of both the 2008 NBA championship team and the 2010 squad the fell to the Lakers in the NBA Finals. He became a cult hero among Celtics fans, a status he also enjoyed while playing out the final two years of his career in Chicago.
Scalabrine reportedly met last week with Golden State head coach Mark Jackson, whose talented young squad, led by sharp-shooter ...
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A rumor surfaced earlier this week stating that the Chicago Bulls had exploratory discussions with the Washing Wizards about acquiring the 3rd overall pick in Thursday’s 2013 NBA Draft for All-Star forward Luol Deng. On paper, this seems like a terrible move considering the Bulls are a championship caliber team when healthy. Yet they haven’t been totally healthy over the past...
The Chicago Bulls have eight players under contract and are likely to fill out the rest of their roster with minimum salary players.
Nazr Mohammed played for the Bulls last season on a veteran-minimum contract and expects to return for the 2013-14 campaign.
"They want me back," Mohammed said. "I want to be back. Now it's the technicality of getting (the contract...
Joakim Noah believes his Bulls will be the team to beat the Heat and end their championship streak next season.
According to USA Today’s For The Win:
“At first I said I didn’t care, but I was lying to myself,” Noah told For The Win at The Steve Nash Foundation Showdown in New York City Wednesday night. “I was driving in my car and I just didn’t feel good about it at all...
The Golden State Warriors found a way into the NBA Draft Thursday night and eventually, after a flurry of trades, wound up with an explosive international combo-guard in Nemanja Nedovic.
To obtain the 6’4″ Nedovic, the Warriors sent cash and a future second round draft pick to the Minnesota Timberwolves for the No.26 pick. They then flipped that pick to the Oklahoma City Thunder...
The Chicago Bulls have decided to part ways with lead assistant coach Ron Adams.
Adams worked as an assistant coach or special assignments scout for the Bulls in nine of the past 11 seasons.
Adams is regarded as one of the top defensive assistant coaches in the NBA.
Who says that animals can’t photobomb?
Check out the below photo that Chicago Bulls forward Carlos Boozer posted on his Instagram account which shows him relaxing on a yacht.
Check out the dolphin photobomber that ends up stealing the show behind him:
Carlos Boozer gets photobombed by dolphin [Bleacher Report]
Carlos Boozer seems to be greatly enjoying the leisure and relaxation that comes with the NBA offseason. The veteran forward posted this photo to his Instagram today, and it would appear that he got photobombed by the Chris Bosh of dolphins.
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It's not playoff time so Jeremy Lin is playing SF Pro-Am summer basketball. And losing Golden State Warrior Scott Machado off the glass passes to Dinamo Basket Sassari player Drew Gordon -- who...
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Carlos Boozer just happened to get photobombed by a dolphin while cruising on his yacht in Miami on Wednesday – talk about perfect timing:
via @mrcbooz on Instagram
The Golden State Warriors will not meet with Dwight Howard in free agency, according to a source.
It had been previously reported that Howard would meet with the Warriors.
The only way the Warriors could acquire Howard is via sign-and-trade, which the Los Angeles Lakers have repeatedly said they will have no interest in.
The Lakers, Houston Rockets and Dallas Mavericks are the only...
The Chicago Bulls have been scouting center and shooting guard prospects during the NBA Pre-Draft Combine in Chicago. However, the bulls draft targets should’t include a big man. They’ve positioned themselves to potentially land an impact rotational player, that can play alongside Derrick Rose in the backcourt.
The Bulls don’t have the salary cap space to sign an effective...
The Miami Heat are fresh off winning their second consecutive championship and that isn't sitting well with Chicago Bulls forward Joakim Noah.“At first I said I didn’t care, but I was lying to myself,” Noah told For The Win at The Steve Nash Foundation Showdown in New York City Wednesday night. “I was driving in my car and I just didn’t feel good about it at all after...