Monthly Archives: September 2009
While Knicks guard Nate Robinson is close to signing a one-year deal for more than the $2.9 million qualifying offer, the real story is David Lee’s situation, which is a lot less certain just four days before training camp opens in Saratoga.
By Ross Siler
While they announced Wednesday that Matt Harpring will miss all of training camp, the preseason and the start of the regular season due to ankle and knee injuries, the Jazz will have Carlos Boozer on hand when they report to camp.
Report: Russian to bid $700M for Nets
Miami Heat coach Erik Spoelstra’s deal extended
Kevin Johnson, worried Sacramento could lose Kings, to push for NBA arena
Wolves waive Atkins with camp a week away
Free-agent swingman Keith Bogans will sign a one-year contract with the San Antonio Spurs, sources confirmed Monday to FanHouse.
4 Teams Interested in Walker?
Utah Jazz to add Dupree to camp roster
Gasol, Spain beat Serbia to win Eurobasket title
Cavs’ West arrested after police find him carrying three guns
Fear the NBA Replacement Officials
Utah Flash owner to Marbury: Come play in the D-League!
Trail Blazers Sign Juwan Howard
Nets could open season without Yi
Tom Knott: Arenas back to being himself
Alan Hahn reports on his Twitter page that a source says a rumored deal involving David Lee and Carlos Boozer is "not happening" and that the Knicks do not view Lee as a single-season rental.
This much is said to be certain: Nate Robinson will play for the New York Knicks this season.
"Yes, I’m 100 percent sure of that,” his agent, Aaron Goodwin, said Tuesday in an interview with FanHouse. "Where else is he going to go?”
A busy Monday for the Mavericks started with retaining James Singleton, jettisoning Greg Buckner, finding out one of their new players has a knee injury and learning that there’s now a familiar name on the waiting list to join the squad