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Gilbert Arenas discusses investment opportunities in Cali. [Bog]
Wiz down 100 at half but come back for moral victory in Motown. [BF]
Caps played sloppy but got a good shootout win in Winnipeg. [Japers]
What’s up with Mike Green getting benched in the final minutes? [CSNW]
Broncos will honor Mike Shanahan on Sunday, like they should. [Bog]
Fred Davis makes clear that he didn’t ask to be traded. [PFT]
World Series starts tonight in Boston. Good teams w/o stars. [USAT]
Want to watch 50 Cent audition for American Ganster? Yes you do. [DS]
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Check out this great interview from TMZ Sports with Gilbert Arenas, who has just been told he had the no.1 worst ranked NBA contract in history.
Arenas was awarded a 6-year $111m contract by Washington (Courtesy Midwestsportsfans)
Agent Zero was undeniably a phenomenal player before injury struck, and before he decided to bring a gun to training in Washington, and Yahoo Sports...
Gilbert makes a point that I have tried to explain to people for years. You get the mega contract based on what you have done in the past and the team HOPES the production continues in the future.
The NBA isn’t like the NFL, you better be sure when you give a player a $100+ million because if they flame out like Gilbert they are still going to get paid ($22 million this year for...
Yahoo! Sports recently ranked Gilbert Arenas’ 6-year/$111 million contract given to him by the Wizards in 2008 the worst deal of the 21st century. Watch the 3x NBA All-Star react to hearing the news, ”I’m number one? Of all time?….Well, it could be, I’m not arguing that it’s not.”
The post Gilbert Arenas Reacts To His 6-Year/$111 Million Contract Being Ranked Worst...
Now that he lives in L.A., Gilbert Arenas feels some kind of connection to the Lakers – he even practiced with them over the summer.
His friend, Nick Young, now plays for the Lakers and if you follow Arenas on Instagram – or used to follow him on Twitter – you’ll know that he likes to joke around a little bit.
In this Instagram video, Arenas is driving along the freeway when...
In 2008, the Washington Wizards pulled the trigger on arguably the worst contract in NBA history, agreeing to a six-year extension with star guard Gilbert Arenas worth $111 million.
In fact, Yahoo! Sports ranked the deal No. 1 in its list of the "NBA's Worst Contracts of the 21st Century" on Tuesday. And as fate would have it, TMZ managed to catch up with Arenas...
Recently, the fine folks over at Yahoo Sports put together a list of the “Worst 12 NBA Contracts in the 21st Century” and the contract that led the list was Gilbert Arenas for his contract extension with the Washington Wizards in 2008.
The fine folks over at TMZ caught up with Gilbert after hearing the news and below is his official reaction to earning that interesting distinction...
Not to go all Barney Fife on you, but this is dangerous, don’t do this while you are driving.
The Kobe part was funny.
Gilbert Arenas was driving along the freeway earlier this week when he spotted a familiar face. It was Los Angeles Lakers guard Nick Young. As far as what happened next is concerned, we don’t recommend ever trying this at home. Arenas whipped out his cell phone camera and decided to film a pretty entertaining clip. […]
If Marc Gasol is ranked #10 in #NBArank, then he is a a fringe contender for MVP. If he plays like an MVP — and he can — the Grizzlies are a lock for another deep playoff run.
ESPN has continued its countdown to the best player of the NBA. We all know that will be LeBron James, so there’s no suspense there. The starting five for the Memphis Grizzlies have trickled in at various...
Reaching the first Western Conference final in Memphis history has given the Grizzlies both a lesson in what they need to go further and a reminder on just how close they might be to the NBA Finals.
''In order to take another step, you're going to have to be a little better,'' center Marc Gasol said. ''Every step now really does take a lot of work from...
Mercifully, this game wasn’t on TV.
Unfortunately, Grizz fans, the fact remains that there will come a time during this NBA season where your Grizzlies just simply won’t have it, and the other team can’t miss. There will be stinkers just like this, although we can certainly hope that the team got one of them out of their systems here in preseason before the game even counts...
Mike Miller is strongly considering filing a lawsuit against the Miami Heat because he believes the franchise bears some responsibility for him being swindled by a con man, according to attorney Andrew Fine.
Miller, who now plays for the Memphis Grizzlies, lost $1.7 million in a scam allegedly orchestrated by Haider Zafar.
Heat employee Stephen Weber introduced Miller to Zafar...
At some point over dinner on Tuesday night the topic surely came up as close friends and former teammates DeMar DeRozan and Ed Davis broke bread in Toronto.
It is that time of year now for Davis as it was a year ago for DeRozan — contract extensions may be in the offing and the financial windfall that comes with a second NBA deal is not to be taken lightly.
DeRozan hit the jackpot...
Gilbert Arenas and Lakers Nick Young have been friends since high school and were BFF’s when the two played together on the Wizards. Gilbert has a little bit of fun with Nick when he spots him on an LA freeway.
Gil seems like he would be a lot of fun to hang out with.
The NBA’s Top 10 Starting Big Man Duos of 2014 (Memphis Grizzlies at 1)
By Mike Elworth: Owner and Publisher/Hoopstuff…
1. Memphis Grizzlies- Zach Randolph and Marc Gasol
Combined 2013 Stats: 29.5 points, 19 rebounds and 2.1 blocks per game
Randolph’s Rankings: Offense: 9… Defense: 5… Rebounding 10… Importance to team: 9
Gasol’s Rankings: Offense: 9… Defense: 10…...