Monthly Archives: July 2009

Dwyane Wade tweets he's 'in LA to bring odom bac'

South Florida Sun Sentinel

The cyber courtship of Los Angeles Lakers free-agent Lamar Odom continues.

The latest pitch to bring the versatile forward back to the Miami Heat was posted overnight on the Twitter page of guard Dwyane Wade.

Basketball Trade Rumors for Today July27th 2009

Glen Davis in Sign and trade rumors

Return looks immi-Nate

Report: Dallas Mavericks agree to contract with Gooden

July 26, 2009 – NBA News and Rumors Roundup

Odom leaning toward signing with Heat

Bulls interested in Boozer?

Plenty of summer activities


Jazz won't be bullied into trading Boozer

David Aldridge TNT Analyst

we all wait for Miami to finish up the summer by either signing Lamar
Odom, matching or not matching Cleveland’s offer sheet on Jamario Moon
and trying to goose Utah into a Carlos Boozer deal…

July 23, 2009 NBA Rumors and News

Source says Sixers looking at Tinsley, Watson

Lamar Odom and Lakers resume talks

Jazz won’t be bullied into trading Boozer

Bosh laughs at idea of Knicks


Ismail Humet is a huge Knicks fan who attends Hofstra University and had high hopes about his club making hay in 2010’s free-agent class.

NBA News and Rumor Roundup – July 22, 2009

Clippers, Knicks in hot pursuit of Sessions

Hawks courting Joe Smith?

Stymied Blazers taking a run at Sixers point guard Miller

Nuggets to trade Weems for Bucks’ Malik Allen

Jack latest piece for rebuilding Raptors

The Toronto Raptors introduced Jarrett Jack on Tuesday after signing him to a $20 million deal over four years.

Knicks meet with free-agent point guard Andre Miller


Mike D’Antoni’s dream of having Steve Nash or Jason Kidd run his offense in New York ended abruptly this month when both point guards re-signed with their respective teams.

Carlos Boozer's No. 1 choice is Miami Heat


Carlos Boozer was born in Germany, raised in Alaska, spent his college years at Duke and played with the Utah Jazz for the past five seasons. But ask him what city he considers home and where he would like to be traded and, without hesitation, he replies: “Miami.”