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The NBA free agency period is under way, with Deron Williams, Kevin Garnett and Steve Nash among the most prominent names. Get all the latest news and rumors right here.
Sunday, July 1 Report: Garnett to remain with Celtics
The Big Ticket has bought a return fare to Boston. Kevin Garnett has told the Celtics he will return for at least two more seasons, the Boston Herald reports. The veteran power forward, who has played in the NBA for 17 seasons, including five with Boston, could be back for a third year, depending on the deal. Full story...
Report: Griffin agrees to five-year extension with Clippers
As expected, the Clippers offered extensions to All-Stars Blake Griffin and Chris Paul on Saturday night when the free-agency period opened. And as expected, Griffin agreed to his five-year extension worth up to $95 million and Paul didn't accept his three-year extension for $60 million, according to sources who were not authorized to speak publicly on the matter. Full story...
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Possibly the biggest news for the Boston Celtics came this morning in the Boston Herald. According to the Herald, Kevin Garnett has informed the Boston Celtics this morning that he would be returning for the 2012-13 season! More News To Follow
After a 7 month absence from the airwaves, Crunchtime with Macattack returns to CLNSRadio on a new day and at a new time, RIGHT NOW! Kevin Garnett is BACK in Boston! What does this mean for the team going forward? The NBA Draft has come and gone but how did the Boston Celtics make out? [...]
The Toronto Raptors have offered free agent point guard Steve Nash a three-year, $36 million deal, ESPN.com reported Nash, 38, made $12 million this past year with the Phoenix Suns, so he would be making the same amount per year despite his advanced age. Nash reportedly has interest in the Heat, Mavericks and Knicks, as well as the Suns and Raptors. Nash is Canadian, and he is...
Their is certainly interest for Canadian point guard Steve Nash in New York. While many assume that the Knicks will resign Jeremy Lin and let Nash go elsewhere, there is now news that a sign and trade is in the works to bring Nash to New York.
Yahoo’s Adam Wojnarowski has reported that Phoenix is interested in a sign and trade that would involve a package of Knicks players, including...
Jim RacaltoThe landing spot for Steve Nash has been widely discussed now that the NBA season and draft have both come to a close. We’ve heard New York, we’ve heard Nash possibly looking to get a ring in Miami. However, it is the Toronto Raptors that appear ready to shell out the big bucks to land one of the most acclaimed point guards of this generation.
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On Wednesday in the Lower East Side of Manhattan, Steve Nash held his “Showdown” soccer event that benefited the Steve Nash Foundation. Dubbed the “Showdown in Chinatown 2012,” various dignitaries from the world of sports participated, including Philadelphia 76ers forward Elton Brand. In retrospect, my guess is Brand wish he wouldn’t have attended. After international [...]
The lower east side of Manhattan on Wednesday night played host to an entertaining charity event on Wednesday night. Sarah D. Roosevelt Park, which usually host to NYC’s varying adult soccer leagues, welcomed stars from all walks of life to its field. Two-time NBA MVP Steve Nash hosted his 5th Annual Showdown in Chinatown to benefit his charity, the Steve Nash Foundation on a...
There is a chance that Josh Smith and Kevin Garnett could be Celtics teammates come next season
What made the Boston Celtics great in 2012 is that when they entered the post-season they knew exactly what they were as a basketball team. They were a primarily jump-shooting team that played their asses off on the defensive side of the court and were at their best when Rajon Rondo was...
The Raptors appear to be the favorites to sign Steve Nash.
Herald Danny Ainge mulls making a move
Our mock NBA draft has Celts picking Royce White and Fab Melo
Celtics on hold until Kevin Garnett decides future
Rivers reunion fun but unlikely
North Carolina quartet will try to beat 2005 UNC draft class
There’s no middle ground with UConn’s Andre Drummond
Without a move, Lakers’ draft day will be pretty quiet
Globe A lot...
When free agency begins at 12:01, Grant Hill’s phone will certainly be ringing. And according to sources, Hill is willing to take less money to sign with a contender without much financial flexibility.
The 39 year old veteran played in Phoenix the last few seasons, but it seems unlikely that he’ll return for another year, especially if Steve Nash leaves. Hill has been a productive...