Reported first by USA Today Sports’ Sam Amick, the Orlando Magic and Chicago Bulls participated in a minor trade on Monday that has Chicago shedding salary, and Orlando gaining assets such as Anthony Randolph‘s contract in return.
As the Bulls keep clearing space, I’m told they’ll send Anthony Randolph and two second rounders to Orlando. Randolph expected to be waived...
This pickup by the Oklahoma City Thunder may go under the radar because of the movement of other players with a higher profile, but Anthony Morrow is exactly the kind of player they need.
Anthony Morrow has agreed to join the Thunder, giving Oklahoma City a 3-point shooter and depth on the wing. Story coming soon.
— Darnell Mayberry (@DarnellMayberry) July 12, 2014
Sam Amick of USA Today is reporting that the Knicks view the Bulls as the biggest threat to sign Carmelo Anthony.
According to two people with knowledge of the situation, the Knicks are confident about their standing in the sweepstakes and consider the Bulls the only real threat among the many suitors. A decision is expected from Anthony by Monday, though the ever-present fluidity...
The Chicago Bulls made the first draft night trade of the 2014 NBA Draft. Sam Amick first reported the trade, which allows the Bulls more cap space, as well as getting a scoring threat that they needed. Marc Spears of Yahoo reported that it would be the 16th and 19th overall picks in exchange for […]
Grizzlies GM Chris Wallace will continue as GM of the team for the “foreseeable future,” tweets Sam Amick of USA Today. The Grizzlies’ search for a GM has “evolved” into a search for a player personnel director, the role Stu Lash held when he acted as second in command to CEO Jason Levien in the front office before both were let go last month, Amick reports (Twitter links...
The Clippers blew a sure-win vs. the Spurs, letting San Antonio escape with a 103-100 OT win -- its 10th straight. Sam Amick feels this was simply a teaching moment for Los Angeles.
Jeremy Lin's journey from the waiver wire to the toast of New York is a complicated one. Join Sam Amick as he details how NBA business and circumstance have made Lin a star.
February 10, 2012
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Last week we took a break to be with the families during these holiday times. However, NBA Unplugged is back this week with Jacob Noble (@ProBskbllTalk) and Brian Geltzeiler (@Hoopscritic). We have a special treat...
One blowout win isn't enough to quell the fears in L.A. The powerhouse Purple and Gold appear to be struggling in their new system, and now Sam Amick has to ask: Is this team broken?
December 28, 2011
NBA owners deserve the most blame for these failed talks, but the union is hardly innocent, writes Sam Amick. Simply put, it failed to fight for the best intentions of all NBA players.
November 15, 2011