Found November 28, 2011 on
High-paid veterans such as Baron Davis, Brandon Roy and Rashard Lewis could be waived under new 'amnesty' provision, but the process for signing such players does not favor big-payroll teams like Lakers.So the Lakers want to sign a veteran player who is waived by another team?
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Portland Trailblazers blogger Jason Green points out the NBA is a business, everyone knows that more so nowadays with this lockout situation. It seems like the Blazers may not keep Brandon Roy heading into the 2011/12 NBA season. Reports that the team will use their Amnesty Clause on him. Over Greg Oden?
Do not underestimate the love of the Blazers fan base for Brandon Roy, or how that could weight into plans to use the amnesty clause on him. Carlos Boozer thinks the Chicago Bulls can win an NBA title. This year. How desperate are the Knicks for a big man to take a one year deal?…
These last twelve months have made it abundantly clear that the NBA is business first, and basketball second. Despite that, there are some moments that have made us forget - if only for an hour or two. They are those moments that we fall in love with as basketball fans. Not fans of a particular team, or a particular city, but simply fans of basketball who are willing to follow a...
The Cleveland Cavaliers are going to play a regular season schedule of 66 games this year, starting just after Christmas. If they win 29 of those games, to match the .451 winning percentage posted by the 8th seeded Indiana Pacers last season, they could make the playoffs. Baron Davis might be amnesty clause'd. If he isn't though, he'll return as the same guy who...
Should Paul Allen and the Blazers use the amnesty clause to waive Brandon Roy before the season starts or should they take a "wait and see" approach and reevaluate him during the offseason?