Monthly Archives: December 2004

Rockets trade again: Acquire Wesley

The Houston Rockets have acquired veteran guard David Wesley from the New Orleans Hornets in exchange for forwards Jim Jackson and Bostjan Nachbar.

Carter to start for Nets tonight

Vince Carter, who was acquired by the New Jersey Nets on December 17th will make his debut tonight in a game against the Detroit Pistons.

Which jersey looks best?

Over 45 000 fans voted on for the jersey they fought looked the best for each division and then the overall winners.

Hawks send Barry to Houston for Lue

The Atlanta Hawks traded shooting guard Jon Barry to the Houston Rockets in exchange for point guard Tyronn Lue.

Williams' make their debut, Yao nets 40

The Raptors are 1-1 after the Carter trade.

Carter says he will bounce back

Vince Carter’s strained left Achilles tendon will keep him from playing Tuesday night when the New Jersey Nets face the Charlotte Bobcats… but Carter can’t wait to play for his new team and prove he hasn’t lost a step or any height on his vertical jump.

Babcock may buy out Mourning

There’s still plenty of work ahead for Toronto GM Rob Babcock.

First on his list: what to do with Alonzo Mourning, acquired in last Friday’s blockbuster trade with New Jersey.

Nash may decline Canada Basketball

Nash, Canada’s best player and the face of the national men’s program for nearly a decade, didn’t hide his feelings after coach Triano was dumped by Canada Basketball in October after some six years with the team.

Hornets activate Davis, Garcia out for season

The New Orleans Hornets activated guard Baron Davis but he is not expected to play in Tuesday’s game against the Los Angeles Clippers.

Mourning may never play for Raptors!

Alonzo Mourning, the most recognizable name in Toronto’s blockbuster trade, may never slip on a Raptors jersey…