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Mark Cuban was critical of the Facebook IPO, citing the effect it will have on individual investors and that the valuation bubble of Silicon Valley companies is bursting.
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Could the Kardashians be taking New York for a second time? According to a report from Ian Begley, Lamar Odom’s top choice in free agency would be to join the Knicks.
Begley reports that Odom’s priority is to be comfortable, and he feels he can be in New York.
The problem for the Queens native is that he’s still on the Mavericks’ roster and they are trying to trade him...
Even before the Dallas Mavericks had officially lost their first-round series with the Thunder, Dirk Nowitzki made it clear he would be watching intently to see what Mark Cuban and Donnie Nelson did this offseason. Nowitzki told FOXSportsSouthwest.com that if the Mavs weren't able to land a "big fish" in the offseason, it would provide evidence they should've simply...
So much for that heated rivalry between the Mavericks and Spurs. Dallas star Dirk Nowitzki is picking San Antonio to beat the Thunder in the Western Conference finals of the NBA playoffs, and he lauded Gregg Popovich while doing so.
“I think San Antonio’s going to do it, just because they’ve got one more home game,” he said Tuesday on ESPN Dallas 103.3 FM’s “Galloway...
According to published reports, exiled Mavericks forward Lamar Odom would gladly become a New York Knick at a discounted rate if he is waived by Dallas this summer and eligible for free agency. Odom’s volatile relationship with Mark Cuban is … Continue reading →
Lamar Odom’s future is unclear at this point, but we can pretty much expect the Mavericks to trade, or waive, the 2x NBA champ following a disappointing year in Dallas.
According to ESPN, any team that has Odom on it’s roster come June 29th must buy him out for $2.4 million or otherwise accept responsibility for the full $8.2 million that Odom is scheduled to earn in 2012...
Lamar Odom may still have something to offer to an NBA team, because it's being reported that Odom may be heading to the New York Knicks.According to ESPN, if the Dallas Mavericks can't get rid of Odom (via a trade), then they'll likely waive him and be responsible for paying Odom his money -- something Dallas is trying to avoid having to do.If the Mavericks are forced...
Lamar Odom’s ’11-’12 season was a bust. Starting with the trade gone wrong that would’ve sent LO to the Hornets, up through his disastrous time with the Mavericks, Lamar never found a comfort zone. But that’s behind him now and Odom is ready to return to a new team. “COMFORT” is a huge issue in [...]
New York-native Lamar Odom has decided he wants to add his hometown team the New York Knicks to the list of basketball cities he has called home during his NBA career. Odom still has one year left to his contract with the Dallas Mavericks at $8.2 million but a team has up to June 29 to buy him out at $2.4 million if they don’t want to pay the whole sum.CLICK HERE TO READ MORE »