It took about two weeks for LeBron to sign the extension he was eligible to sign starting August 4: This jibes with a lot of what we’ve been seeing lately: that LeBron is very happy where he is, he’s on good terms with the Lakers front office, and he wants to remain a Laker. I… Read More LeBron Signs 2 year, $97 million Extension with LA Lakers; Russ Trade Imminent?
I don’t think KD’s request that’s the Nets fire Steve Nash and Sean Marks is the full story. I wrote a post over a month ago, right when KD first demanded a trade out of Brooklyn, that I thought KD was trying to “break up” with Kyrie without actually explicitly saying or doing so—in other… Read More More Evidence KD Wants out of Brooklyn Because of Kyrie
KD is now demanding a trade from the Nets, and will be headed to his 4th team. Every time he’s left a team, the narrative is always spun that one of his former teammates was the problem that caused KD to have to head for greener pastures. Russ was the problem in OKC. Draymond was… Read More I’m Not that Surprised the Trade Market for Kevin Durant Has Been Underwhelming Thus Far
It’s starting to feel like Woj is the guy who regurgitates whatever the Nets’ front office wants him to say: While Kevin Durant requested a trade last week and the Brooklyn Nets have been amenable to dealing him away, talks have been slow to materialize. The Nets are having a difficult time finding a trade… Read More Woj: KD Might Remain with Nets
Holy shit. Free agency hasn’t even officially started yet (about an hour and a half still left) but things are already going crazy: And they’re going to give it to him, too. When a player of KD’s caliber requests a trade, you have to pretty much grant his wishes. Or else you diminish your chances… Read More Sorry, NETS Fans: Kevin Durant Has Requested a Trade; Targets Phoenix or Miami as Landing Spots
Last night’s game seven between the Bucks and the Nets was one of the greatest basketball games I’ve ever watched. It was close all game, dozens of lead changes, big shots left and right, and you had two of the best players in the world going toe-to-toe. Neither team could pull away, and it felt… Read More I Was Wrong About the Bucks!