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Marcus Thornton is near the top of the Kings' priorities once the business of basketball resumes with the anticipated official end of the NBA lockout.
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Samuel Dalembert is quite a volunteer. The center already has spent about 1 million for relief following the January 2010 earthquake in his native Haiti and plans an initial donation of 2 million to 3 million for a sports academy he's building outside the capital of Port-au-Prince.
Soon, the Miami Heat might have a basketball volunteer in Dalembert. The team desperately needs...
The 6-foot-11 Dalembert is a free agent. And the Heat is high on his list for when the free agency signing period is expected to begin Dec. 9 following a five-month lockout.
“That would be fantastic,” Dalembert said in an interview Sunday night from Haiti with FOX Sports Florida about the possibility of joining Miami, which [...]
Today's tentative National Basketball Association labor dispute resolution is being hailed as a major boost for the Sacramento Kings and other small market teams that have struggled to compete in the high-cost league climate.
San Antonio Spurs owner Peter Holt looks on in front of a midtown office building where NBA labor negotiations are taking place in New York, Friday, Nov. 25, 2011.
The National Basketball Association announced a tentative labor agreement Saturday that would end a bitter five-month lockout and provide a critical financial boost to the Sacramento Kings and other struggling small-market teams.
With the NBA lockout close to ending its time for the NBA rumors to begin. I expect it to be a lot like when the NFL lockout ended, signings and trades will happen at a pace never seen before. Some players like center Samuel Dalembert are already pitching themselves to the teams they’re interested. Dalembert would love to play for the Miami Heat but says he’d also go a few...
The 2011-12 Sacramento Kings bear strong similarities to the 1998-99 team that emerged as a surprise playoff contender.
Reiterating the sentiment he expressed several times last season, Sacramento Kings free-agent center Samuel Dalembert says he remains intrigued by the possibility of signing with the Miami Heat.
Dalembert, a longer, better-rounded option than what the Heat offered in the middle last season, has a home in Boca Raton and has long been keen on being closer to his native Haiti, where...