Monthly Archives: June 2009

WAVE OF RUMORS, NO SUBSTANCE TO CARTER TRADE TALKS

Peter Vecsey of the New York Post reports that

With that in mind, contrary to a Yahoo! report, the Nets have had no conversation with the Cavaliers since mid-February regarding Vince Carter for anybody, much less Sasha Pavlovic and Ben Wallace, who talked about retiring but is not about to forfeit $14M.

Zero!

Speculation and Rumors for June 21st (Fathers Day Edition)

NBA Draft: Rumor mill

LEE’S CAREER REACHES ‘HIGH PRESSURE TIME’

Dwyane Wade indicates he’d be willing to talk contract extension

Vince Carter and Phil Jackson Update and Rumors

Medical issues will dictate whether Phil returns

Vince Carter Gossip Tidbit

Saturday Evening Rumor Update

#2 Pick Still up in the Air

Recent Rumors

Bryant: ‘I’m not going anywhere’

June 20 Rumors and News

Chicago Bulls seeking to trade up in NBA draft – They have 16th and 26th picks to offer
Dwyane Wade: Miami Heat needs to make first move

NBA Rumor Roundup – June 19, 2009

Can’t rule out trade of first-round pick for Pistons

Pat Riley: Don’t expect bold moves for Miami Heat in draft or free agency

Trade Turned down

Why The Hawks Aren’t Trading Josh Smith

Lang Whitaker of Slam reports that

The big trade rumor flying around (if you’re already tired of the Shaq-to-Cleveland talk) centers on the Hawks’ Josh Smith. Several league sources told ESPN.com that the Hawks have been working hard the past few weeks to see whether they can find a taker for Smith.

Kerr to meet with Nash in New York

Paul Coro – The Arizona Republic

Suns General Manager Steve Kerr will be in New York Thursday to secure a piece of the Suns’ future.

NBA News and Rumors – Thursday June 18, 2009

Ben Gordon ready to see what awaits in free agency

Jefferson on move again?

Danny Ainge deals with rumors

Gambo: Dispelling Suns rumors

Lakers vs. Cavs with Shaq would be a must-see

JOHN JACKSON of suntimes.com reports that

The smell of the champagne from the Los Angeles Lakers’ championship celebration hasn’t dissipated just yet, but let’s take a moment to jump ahead to a possible preview of the 2010 NBA Finals:

The Lakers and Kobe Bryant vs. the Cleveland Cavaliers with LeBron James and Shaquille O’Neal.