Found January 06, 2013 on
Pro Sports Daily:
The Chicago Bulls announced Sunday that they signed guard Daequan Cook. Cook was released by the Houston Rockets on Thursday. He averaged 3.4 points in 16 games with Houston. Cook, out of Ohio State, was the No. 21 overall pick in the 2007 draft by the Philadelphia 76ers, who traded him to the Miami Heat. He has also played for the Oklahoma City Thunder. He won the 3-point contest at All-Star weekend in 2009. For his career, Cook averages 6.9 points per game.
BEST OF MAXIM
AROUND THE WEB
According Marc Stein of ESPN, Daequan Cook’s agent, Mike Conley Sr. has made it official and says the 6-foot-5 guard is indeed signing with Bulls now that he’s cleared waivers as 5 PM.
The Houston Rockets recently waived the 3-point specialist to free up roster space and save money. After being put on waivers, no one claimed the him at his $3.1 million salary but it wasn’t...
STITCH IT UP
Houston Rockets point guard Jeremy Lin suffered a nasty cut when he banged heads with Milwaukee Bucks center Larry Sanders during Friday night's NBA game at BMO Harris Bradley Center. Early in the third quarter, Lin and Sanders were chasing down a loose ball on the Rockets defensive end of the court. Lin got to the ball first but the collision with Sanders opened up a cut on...
Since joining the Houston Rockets, his bank account is...
[[ This is a content summary only. Visit my website for full links, other content, and more! ]]
The Rockets have waived Scott Machado.
The ongoing saga of rookie Royce White and the Houston Rockets has taken another turn. Rockets General Manager Daryl Morey reports the team has suspended white one week for ”refusing to provide services” by not reporting to his assignment to the Rockets D-League affiliate team. Royce has yet to take the court for the Houston Rockets [...]
Nothing much to explain here, just Kyrie being Kyrie. Irving is a wizard with the ball, and after he steals a lazy bounce pass from Delfino, he leaves Carlos stuck looking lost after the quick spin move.
Video courtesy of Cosby Sweaters.
Jeremy Lin‘s from New York, so he’s a tough guy, right?
Well, actually Lin was born in Los Angeles, raised in the Bay Area and spent just one season (albeit a memorable one) playing for the Knicks. Nonetheless, no one’s soon to question the Harvard alum’s toughness after he bounced back from a rough play Friday night.
Near the beginning of the second half of the Houston Rocket’s...
This isn't going to end well.
James Harden scored 29 points, including 16 in the fourth quarter, and the Houston Rockets defeated the Cleveland Cavaliers 112-104 on Saturday night.
Jeremy Lin added 20 points for Houston, which has won 11 of 14.
Kyrie Irving led Cleveland with 30 points, including 11 in the final period, but the Cavaliers fell short of winning two in a row for the second time this season.
It’s probably safe to assume this masterful embarrassment at the hands of Kyrie Irving won’t be included on Carlos Delfino’s season highlights reel.
Article found on: Cosby Sweaters
Things didn't go as planned for the Chicago Bulls the last time they faced one of the league's worst teams at home.
After sweeping a two-game trip in Florida, the Bulls are hoping to carry over their road success Monday night when they try for their 11th straight win over the Cleveland Cavaliers.
While the Bulls (18-13) have the best road record in the Eastern Conference...