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The Houston Rockets are a "leading contender" to land center Marcus Camby according to his agent Rick Kaplan if he becomes a free agent on Sunday, which is expected.
The Toronto Raptors, who acquired Camby in a trade with the New York Knicks last week, bought out the remaining $7.5 million on his contract and placed him on waivers on Friday.
"If Marcus becomes a free agent as we expect on Sunday the Rockets are a leading contender for where he'll end up next season," Kaplan said in an interview with FOX 26 Sports
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In another edition of Yao Ming stands next to short people, one Redditor by the name of Zoidberg decided to post this photograph of Yao standing next to his girlfriend.
Let us note, the girl in the picture is only 4’11 and Yao Ming is 7’6:
In case you didn’t want to do the math on the size difference, it’s two feet and seven inches!
With the Raptors agreeing to a buyout of Marcus Camby’s contract, Camby plans to meet with the Houston Rockets, Los Angeles Clippers, Miami Heat, and the Chicago Bulls to see if he can spend the final years of his NBA career with a team that can contend for a NBA title.
Camby was traded from the New York Knicks along with Quentin Richardson, Steve Novak, one first-round draft pick...
Not to go all Broussard on you, but Dwight Howard has told Christine Vest she isn’t allowed to tell anyone it is his kid and she isn’t allowed to move to Houston with him.
She will have to stay in California and raise the kid like the other 7 baby mamas, alone while Dwight parties with James Harden.
Cute kid though. Jocks and Stiletto Jill found the photos on Christine’s Instagram...
According to Chris Tomasson of FOX Sports Florida, Marcus Camby has cleared waivers after being bought out by the Toronto Raptors last week, and will reportedly decide to sign with either the Houston Rockets, Chicago Bulls or Miami Heat within the next couple of days.
Sources said Camby, who cleared waivers Sunday after having his contract bought out last week by Toronto, has narrowed...
From Reddit comes this photo of 7-foot-6 Yao Ming standing beside a 4-foot-11 woman, looking much like a Chinese Gandalf standing next to a hobbit…
Seeing Yao Ming stand next to people who actually have to crane upwards to look him in the bellybutton will never not be funny to me.
The post Yao Ming still really tall, still taking pictures with people nearly half his...
An interesting opportunity has arisen from Dwight Howard officially taking his talents to Houston. Omer Asik has made his desire not to play behind Howard known via a trade request.
The San Antonio Spurs should seize the moment and see if the Houston Rockets would be willing to entertain Asiks’ trade request. Now trading to an intra-divisional foe would be a misstep by Houston...
Dwight Howard has certainly had his share of critics following his decision to join the Houston Rockets. (OK. He had plenty before then as well.)
One such critic has been Howard's former coach Mike D'Antoni. Howard had been vocal in the past about how he asked the Lakers to hire Phil Jackson instead of D'Antoni following the firing of Mike Brown last season and has...
She is a cute waitress, I bet Yao got the number.
Taking a swipe at the spineless center, Los Angeles Lakers head coach Mike D’Antoni predicts Dwight Howard will struggle to perform in the Houston Rockets’ transition offense. Acquired by Los Angeles last August in a four-team, 12-player deal, the 27-year-old Howard signed with Houston as a free agent earlier this month. Comically, the 6-foot-11, 265 pound Howard cited D’Antoni’s...
The Toronto Raptors are planning on shutting down Jonas Valanciunas for the remainder of Summer League.
Valanciunas has averaged 18.8 points, 10.0 rebounds and 0.8 blocks per game in 29.1 minutes.
If you happen to be looking for the most nasty dunk from the semifinal round of the Las Vegas Summer League, then you have come to the right place.
Nearing the end of the Phoenix Suns/Toronto Raptors game, Raptors Quincy Acy decided to throw down a nasty two-handed jam on the back of Phoenix’s Jake Cohen:
LAS VEGAS – Out of the NBA for the past three seasons, former lottery pick Patrick O’Bryant is hopeful he will receive an invitation to work out or go to training camp for an organization in the weeks after summer league.
O’Bryant has yet to hear interest from teams, but he is confident there will be one that needs a big man as the season nears. He also has gotten interest...