Found February 25, 2013 on
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Hello and welcome to the Daily Dribbles. We promise there will be no amnesty here. There will be some veteran signings. There will be no Lincoln jokes. There will be some recycled speeches. There wont be any endless rambling. There will be.... crap I just said no rambling. Guess we should get to it so with out further ado.
We will start with the Tweet heard round the world. "Amnesty THAT." It was a shot heard across the sports world from Kobe Bryant towards Mavericks owner Mark Cuban who earlier last week suggested the Lakers should Amnesty Kobe Bryant at the end of the season. Kobe responded to the tune of 38 points 12 rebounds and seven assists. Of course there has been some back pedaling by Cuban on exactly what he meant but all in all we all know Cuban has no filter when it comes to his distaste for the Lakers.
Sunday's game also marked Bryant's entry into the very exclusive 31,000 point club. It's ...
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Mark Cuban is talking about another NBA player that is not on his roster. At least this time there is an obvious reason for him to be snarky.
NBA living legend Derek Fisher debuted with Cuban’s Dallas Mavericks after Thanksgiving, played less than 10 games, encountered a knee issue, asked for a release to return to Los Angeles to deal with both his knee and family issues and...
Burn……….. Kobe went 13-21, 38 points, 12 rebounds and 7 assists, while torching several Dallas Mavericks defenders in the process. Mark Cuban had suggested that the Lakers should Amnesty Kobe and here is what Kobe had to say about that. Amnesty THAT — Kobe Bryant (@kobebryant) February 24, 2013 This is Kobe’s 17th year in the league and even though the team isn’t playing...
Mark Cuban thought he was pretty funny over the weekend, when he suggested that the Lakers should amnesty Kobe Bryant in the off-season to take his $30 million salary off their books.
The NBA didn’t find it funny, and CBSSports.com is reporting that the league is investigating those comments.
The NBA is debating whether to fine Cuban for saying Friday that the Lakers should consider...
DALLAS (AP) -- Mavericks owner Mark Cuban doesn't expect to hear from the league over his suggestion the Los Angeles Lakers could reduce their salary cap tax by dumping Kobe Bryant through the amnesty clause.
Cuban said before Dallas' game against the Lakers Sunday he made it clear during a radio interview Friday that he was speaking hypothetically, and he was just trying...
A few days ago, Mavs owner Mark Cuban thought he was funny when he suggested that the Lakers should amnesty Kobe Bryant at the end of this season to create cap flexibility for themselves.
Bryant and the Lakers did not find the comments amusing, and Bryant himself let Cuban know just how he felt by dropping 38-12-7 on the Mavericks yesterday in a Lakers win.
After the game Kobe...
A couple of days ago, Dallas Mavericks owner Mark Cuban had some interesting comments about the Los Angeles Lakers possibly amnestying Kobe Bryant under the new CBA.After the Lakers beat the Mavericks earlier today, Kobe decided to drop this tweet on his Twitter account that took an apparent shot at those comments:Amnesty THAT— Kobe Bryant (@kobebryant) February 24, 2013 After...
Mark Cuban gets in trouble for saying all kinds of things, so it wasn’t surprising when his suggestion that a conference rival get rid of its best player was met with squawks.
Kobe Bryant going off for 38 points and then tweeting “Amnesty THAT” was just the beginning, though. The NBA is now looking into fining Cuban for his comments, according to The Los Angeles Times.
Kobe Bryant may of been just 2-36 from beyond the arc over his last 16 games entering Sunday’s game in Dallas, but when someone makes a questionable remark regarding the Black Mamba, like Mark Cuban’s “amnesty” comment on ESPN radio Friday, those stats go out the window. Kobe shot 4-5 from 3 Sunday afternoon, finishing with 38 points (14 in 4th quarter), 12 rebounds, and...
You heard the old adage, "Never wake a sleeping giant," right?
Well apparently it fell on deaf ears recently as Mavericks owner Mark Cuban suggested the Lakers should amnesty Kobe Bryant next season thus saving the team some money and getting some luxury tax relief.
Well, that is all the Bryant needed to hear. Cuban poked the proverbial bear in his cage and Kobe dropped...
If you are going to bother responding to someone like Mark Cuban when he presents a ridiculous hypothetical like he did in regards to Kobe Bryant and the Los Angeles Lakers, the best way to do it is not how the team initially did with an official response. That just showed that they were spending way too much time paying attention to what other people are saying and not enough on...
Derek Fisher will begin his second stint in as many seasons for the Oklahoma City Thunder on Wednesday against New Orleans. The 38-year-old had played nine games this season, all with Dallas, before requesting his release Dec. 22.
Fisher joining a contender two months later has Mavs owner Mark Cuban upset.
Cuban was “agitated” by the recent transaction, according to NBA.com’s Jeff...
The Lakers have come back from the All-Star break looking focused. They’re playing the best basketball of the season. They finally look to have established a rhythm and have even settled into an eight-man rotation. Prior to the Lakers game against the Dallas Mavericks, Mark Cuban said the Lakers should consider using the amnesty clause on Kobe Bryant.
The Lakers proceeded to come...
Kobe Bryant might just have had something to prove on Sunday afternoon, when he went off for a game-high 38 points in the Lakers’ 103-99 win over Dallas.
After all, it was Mavericks owner Mark Cuban who said earlier in the week that the Lakers’ should use their amnesty clause on the five-time NBA champ. In case Bryant’s 38 points, 12 rebounds and seven assists weren’t...
After playing in 9 games for the Mavs in December, Derek Fisher is back for the final push of the regular season and a playoff run with the OKC Thunder. The Dallas front office is reportedly ‘agitated’ that the PG did not contact them at all through this process.
According to NBA.com:
Owner Mark Cuban did not reply to multiple emails on Monday, but one league source said the...