Monthly Archives: November 2009

LeBron will have better options than Knicks

Peter Vecsey

Big ups to the Cavaliers, who came into New York and rode roughshod over it . . . you know, like Bloomberg.

Contract extension for Lakers' Kobe Bryant is in holding pattern

Kobe Bryant has not signed a contract extension. In fact, it might not happen at all this season.

Grizzlies' Allen Iverson mulling retirement

Ronald Tillery

Allen Iverson is contemplating retirement if he doesn’t rejoin the Grizzlies, according to a source with knowledge of the veteran guard’s situation.

CC 'trying hard' to recruit James


CC Sabathia told The Post last night that he absolutely would like to see his friend LeBron James in New York, and said he would tell the future free agent that New York is a one-of-a-kind city to play in.

Allen Iverson leaves Grizzlies for personal reasons

By Ronald Tillery

When Allen Iverson actually plays a game in FedExForum is anyone’s guess.

LeBron looking at July, Knicks


On the eve of his Garden visit, free-agent-to-be LeBron James spoke tonight before facing the Bulls and said enough hopeful things to keep Knick fans fantasizing about July 1.

James won't attend Yankees parade


If the Yankees stage their world championship parade Friday, a Cavaliers spokesman said noted Bronx Bombers fan LeBron James is not expected to attend the festivities, even though he will be in town to face the Knicks that night.

Donnie Walsh not surprised at Larry Bird's words about Lebron James

Mitch Lawrence

Donnie Walsh didn’t take it personally when his former subordinate, Pacers president Larry Bird, lobbied against Le-Bron James coming to New York next July as a free agent.

Larry Bird likes LeBron James as Cavalier, not a New York Knick

BY Mitch Lawrence

Not that he wants his former boss, Donnie Walsh, to fail at rebuilding the Knicks, but Pacers president Larry Bird doesn’t want to see LeBron James come to New York next summer.

Rudy Gay will not re-sign with Memphis Grizzlies before deadline

Ronald Tillery

Fourth-year forward Rudy Gay and the Grizzlies failed to reach an agreement on a contract extension before the NBA deadline.