Monthly Archives: November 2009

Despite Trade Rumors, Ellis Says He Isn’t Leaving Warriors

The trade rumors have been swirling with Warriors G Monta Ellis(notes), who recently had a public argument with coach Don Nelson. But Ellis told the San Francisco Chronicle he’s committed to the Warriors.

Heat open to offers for James Jones

According to an NBA executive, the Heat said it’s open to offers for
James Jones — who has a good chance to be bought out next summer.
Because of Quentin Richardson’s back injury, Jones started Friday’s
game.

Bosh puts free-agent talk on hold

Ira Winderman

As one of the NBA’s prime 2010 free-agent targets, Toronto Raptors forward Chris Bosh found Friday his turn to be asked about the allure of the Miami Heat’s cap cash.

Walsh, D'Antoni view Curry as 'Answer'

MARC BERMAN

Now Knicks fans can blame Eddy Curry for something else. It seems the Knicks center, not Allen Iverson, is "The Answer."

The new Bosh out to change opinions

t was as though the basketball world was taunting Chris Bosh, holding up others as shining examples of what he wanted to be.

Miami Heat also interested

BY Frank Isola

The answer to The Answer appears to be yes. Donnie Walsh said Wednesday night that the Knicks have yet to make a
final decision on whether to sign Allen Iverson but the Knicks
president hinted that the club is leaning strongly in that direction.

Walsh, D’Antoni to meet with Iverson before finishing deal

MARC BERMAN and BRIAN COSTELLO

Allen Iverson became a free man again last night, clearing waivers and clearing the way for him to join the Knicks in time for next week’s West Coast trip vs. the Lakers, Kings and Nuggets.

Iverson signing with Knicks looks like long shot

MARC BERMAN

Allen Iverson won’t suit up in a Knicks uniform tonight at Conseco Field House, or probably ever. But Knicks president Donnie Walsh won’t have the final "Answer" on his Iverson investigation for a few days.

Time to look for some help?

Nocioni’s name is being floated

Gary Washburn and Frank Dell’Apa

With the Celtics having lost three of their past five games, and their lineup struggling with outside shooting, rumors are beginning to surface about potential trades.

New York Knicks to meet with Allen Iverson

Frank Isola

Can Allen Iverson save the Knicks’ season, rescue them at the box office or at least make them relevant again?

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