Monthly Archives: May 2009

The latest News on Eddie Jordan

According to a number of different sources Former Wizards Coach Eddie Jordan will be meeting with the Kings in the very short future in Las Vegas. It is also noted that the Kings have the best chance to win the NBA Lottery.

Sentiment against trading Michael Beasley

The Miami Heat is reporting that there is sentiment against trading Michael Beasley as part of a package for either Chris Bosh or Amare Stoudemire.

James wants to stay with the Cavs

The Akron Beacon Journal is reporting that LeBron James is happy to be in Cleveland and may not be bolting for the Knicks after all.

Heat to make an offer for Chris Bosh?

Dave Hyde of the Fort Lauderdale Sun-Sentinel is reporting
that the Heat should swing a huge trade this summer with the Toronto Raptors
for Chris Bosh.

Heat want to resign Dwayne Wade through 2014-2015

The Miami Herald is reporting that the Heat’s top priority this summer is to sign Dwayne Wade to a new contract in order to keep their star player in Miami through “the 2014-15 season.”

Kirilenko's Contract a Fit for Warriors?

HoopsWorld and The Salt Lake Tribune are reporting that “It appears unlikely the Jazz can avoid being luxury-tax payers and bring back both Boozer and Andrei Kirilenko. Kirilenko is owed $34.3 million through 2010-11, an especially unappealing contract for teams trying to clear cap space for the summer of 2010.”

Rasheed Wallace – Pay up or I'm retiring

The Detroit Free Press is reporting that Rasheed Wallace wants 8 million to play next season or else he is going to retire.

Carlos Boozer Update

The Detroit Free Press is reporting on their latest updates in regard to both Carlos Boozer and Ben Gordon, both of whom are possible targets of the Pistons this offseason.

Latest Boozer and Gordon Updates

The Detroit Free Press is reporting on their latest updates in regard to both Carlos Boozer and Ben Gordon, both of whom are possible targets of the Pistons this off season.

Changes likely in Chicago

The Chicago Tribune is reporting that changes are likely to happen with
the Bulls. It is reported that it is a “safe bet” that next years
bulls will look quite different from the team that was just eliminated.

Besides just the players it is also reported that there are expected to
be changes in the front office of the club. One such change is that it
is likely that Gar Forman will be promoted to General Manager of the
club.