With the Travis Outlaw / Bo Outlaw debacle behind them, the 76ers roster is now set for opening night. As we review this group of “developing assets”, cast offs and D-League level players as well as the Sixers coaching staff, we have discovered a glaring omission. Once again his roster and staff does not contain a veteran point guard or former NBA point guard turned coach...
The Philadelphia 76ers made a trade Monday, but it seems as though they don’t even know who they traded for. After the Sixers made a deal with the New York Knicks for Travis Outlaw — whom they plan on waiving in order to avoid taking on his salary — the team’s website misidentified the forward as Bo Outlaw, who hasn’t played in the NBA in seven years. It looks as...
Cheers, Knicks fans! Travis is back with the New York Knicks. However, Patrick Ewing was not part of this transaction and his full name is not Travis Knight, who was famously acquired by the Knicks in the deal that sent Patrick Ewing to the Seattle Supersonics in 2000. The player the Knicks did acquire on Wednesday is Travis Outlaw, who played last season with the Sacramento Kings...
Travis Outlaw has been fined $15,000 for his unnecessary and excessive contact with J.J. Redick in Saturday's game, the NBA announced. The incident occurred during the Los Angeles Clippers' home win over the Sacramento Kings.
Sacramento Kings small forward Travis Outlaw was ejected for a "Flagrant 2" clothesline of Los Angeles Clippers guard J.J. Redick.
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