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The NBA lockout might have put the kibosh on the opening month of the new season but that hasn't stopped our friends over at AccuScore from simulating the season to give fans something close to games we can enjoy.
Tonight the San Antonio Spurs and Los Angeles Lakers would have met and it would have marked former Spurs assistant coach Mike Brown's first time facing San Antonio since taking the head coaching spot in LA.
However, according to AccuScore, the Lakers would have handed the Spurs their first loss of the season despite Tony Parker's offensive output.
Los Angeles Lakers 103, San Antonio Spurs 83 The Lakers seem to be rejuvenated under Mike Brown or perhaps it was just an offseason of rest. Either way they are 6-0 and got an easy win against the rival Spurs. L.A. crushed San Antonio on the boards with Pau Gasol getting 24 and 14, Kobe Bryant with 17 and 14, Andrew Bynum with 16 and 9, and Lamar Odom with 12 and 12. Tim Duncan had 9 points and 10 r...
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As the NBA lockout talks occurred in New York City, they had a rather interesting guest in former NBA president Bill Clinton who showed up to the NBA Players Association Press Conference.Clinton was in New York for a taping of The Daily Show and decided to drop by the talks to give Derek Fisher, a pep talk and a book. That information is courtesy of New York Times writer Howard Beck...
San Antonio Spurs forward and the Executive VP of the NBAPA, Matt Bonner, spoke with Canada's TSN 1050 on the latest with the NBA lockout.Bonner made it clear the players are willing to deal with the owners but the last offer given from the owners, it just simply wasn't acceptable because it still didn't address the player's concerns, that it would create a hard...
Kobe Bryant is lobbying for the NBA owners and the players union to meet Tuesday in order to reach an agreement to end the lockout.
We need to iron out the last system items and save this from spiraling into a nuclear winter.
Is his effort too little too late?
Perhaps, but considering the confidence Bryant has in union president Derek Fisher on the court, I’m sure he...
NBA fans are waiting to see if the lockout will end soon or cancel the entire season. The players are also waiting and are looking to play ball soon.
San Antonio Spurs' Tiago Splitter is eagerly waiting as well but should the NBA lockout continue, according to El Correo.com, Spanish club Unicaja Malaga is reportedly interested in trying to lure Splitter to play for the team...
Shaq’s heavily excerpted book continues to deliver some highly-entertaining revisionist history. According to the LA Times, O’Neal blames Lakers GM Mitch Kupchak for creating the distrust that led to his infamous trade from Los Angeles: “According to the book, Kupchak promised to grant Shaq a contract extension following the 2003-04 season and not to discuss their contract...
While some NBA players are flocking overseas to retain financial stability, one San Antonio Spurs player could be trying a new line of work if the lockout rages on.
How about Tiago Splitter, the movie critic? I'm sure there would be a market that would watch the Brazilian big man wax poetic about epic cinema hits like...Wedding Crashers.
Splitter tweeted "Watching Wedding...
The reaction will be swift, obvious, and telling despite its predictability. You can't feel sorry for millionaires. You can't feel sorry for someone who has made nearly $58 million dollars over his NBA career just because he's missed out on the first month of salary on his 2011-12 contract worth $3.4 million. If NBA Players Association president Derek Fisher wants to...
Negotiations go past commissioner's deadline, but no deal gets done. Derek Fisher says owners should be more flexible.The hours began to pile up, as they had numerous times the last few weeks of negotiations, but only one thing became clear as Wednesday bled into Thursday.
Union president Derek Fisher says his orders from NBA players are clear: No deal.
Derek Fisher stated at a news conference that the players would accept the league’s proposed 50-50 split of revenues if the league to relaxed its proposed restrictions on free agency.
Derek Fisher talks about the players decision to reject the owners' latest proposal.
NEW YORK—Union president Derek Fisher says his orders from NBA players are clear: No deal. "The current offer on the table from the NBA is one that we cannot accept," he said Tuesday.
NEW YORK -- Union president Derek Fisher said late Thursday there has not been enough progress to get a deal done, and the players broke off talks with the NBA.