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Chris Bosh recently bestowed his official blessing upon anyone (including emissaries from his own team) referring to him -- at least from time to time -- as an NBA center.
It was quite a revelation.
Anyway, after adding six pounds of offseason sinew and becoming aware that Kevin Garnett has no problem with working at the five in Boston, the Miami Heats card-carrying power forward welcomes the categorical alteration.
Does this act of altruism suggest a sea change for the NBA? And will the league become cuckoo with power forwards running around at center? Well, according to an assistant coach weighing in on the subject of centers in the worlds greatest league, the answer is simple.
As the sport continues to evolve, he said, coaches will continue to worry less about traditional positions and concern themselves more with putting their best five players on the floor.
Its really nice of Bosh to say hes willing to play center on a more full-time basis, I guess, but a lot of his time i...
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In case you forgot, LeBron James used to play high school football before dedicating himself to the craft of basketball.The University of Oregon recently sent LeBron the brand new Nike "Liquid Lightning helmet" and Nike "Vapor Jet "gloves as a gift.Check out the below photo of LeBron decked on in them that he posted on his Twitter/Instagram account:(Courtesy of Examiner)
Keyon Dooling’s agent refuted the rumor that his client is interested in signing with the Miami Heat… at least for the time being. (ESPN Boston)Dooling was born in Fort Lauderdale, Fla., and there was some buzz that he might be interested in playing in nearby Miami if it allowed him to see his family more often. Stevenson said there’s no truth to that at the moment.“He’s...
Well Lebron James did win a title. But the better question is does anyone see them beating the LA Lakers and Dwight Howard/Kobe Bryant/Steve Nash trio?
The agent for Keyon Dooling is refuting reports that his client is interested in joining the Miami Heat (courtesy ESPN Boston’s Chris Forsberg):
“He’s comfortable with where he is right now,” Stevenson said Saturday. “It was his decision to step away.”
Not the strongest denial in the world, but good enough for me. Keyon might take the next few months off and gauge interest...
Perhaps he's just showing support for his father's new look squad, or maybe he's being sincere, but Austin Rivers -- son of Celtics head coach Doc Rivers -- thinks Boston is better without Ray Allen in the mix. That isn't a knock on Allen, though. The younger Rivers simply feels that Courtney Lee and Jason Terry are ready to fill the void left by the veteran, just...
MIAMI So much for Keyon Dooling wanting to join the Miami Heat.
The Orlando Sentinel had reported Saturday word was the point guard, who had been waived by Boston on Friday with the belief he would retire, had interest in the Heat. But the native of Fort Lauderdale, Fla., denied that.
"No truth!'' Dooling wrote in an email to FOX Sports Florida. "I will never...
When the Boston Celtics waived Jermaine O’Neal last season, he was rumored to have interest in joining the Miami Heat. Only one minor problem existed within that theory: O’Neal had suffered a season-ending injury and wasn’t well enough to return to the basketball court for the season’s remainder.So when noise arised that Keyon Dooling now has interest in joining the Heat...
This is a post by Derrenmatts from over on Celtics Green forums. I wanted to share it here because it's a great post and maybe it will entice you to come over to the CG forums and join in the discussion. Here's Derren's post. ---------------------------------------------------------------
I'm not going to look over out West at the Lakers, or the