Tuesday 28th February 2017,

Dan Favale

NBA Rumors: Why Hawks Are Still In Danger of Losing Josh Smith

NBA Rumors: Why Hawks Are Still In Danger of Losing Josh Smith

Joe Johnson is gone, so everything with the Atlanta Hawks is just peachy, right? Kind of, but not really. Though the Hawks made a shrewd financial move when they sent Johnson to the Brooklyn Nets, his departure doesn’t guarantee the team anything but an ample amount of cap space next summer. And they’ll have even [...]

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NBA Trade Rumors: Should Cavaliers Deal Anderson Varejao?

NBA Trade Rumors: Should Cavaliers Deal Anderson Varejao?

Anderson Varejao has plenty of upside, but the Cleveland Cavaliers may be ready to move on. After a relatively idle offseason, Cleveland is reportedly already entertaining the idea of moving the man who has become a perpetual double-double stat line. According to Jason Lloyd of the Akron Beacon-Journal, Varejao may find himself on the chopping [...]

October 2, 2012 dfavale Blogs, Dan Favale 1

NBA Rumors: Should JaVale McGee Start for Denver Nuggets?

NBA Rumors: Should JaVale McGee Start for Denver Nuggets?

JaVale McGee, a perpetual headache by many accounts, got paid this summer. Big time. But his pockets may have been lined to assume a backup role. That’s correct, according to Denver Nuggets head coach George Karl, McGee, the $44 million man, is more than likely going to see his minutes within the second-unit, not as [...]

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NBA Rumors: Is Signing Rasheed Wallace a Foolish Move for Knicks?

NBA Rumors: Is Signing Rasheed Wallace a Foolish Move for Knicks?

September 24, 2012 – Dan Favale The New York Knicks aren’t exactly the epitome of responsible spending, or respectable decision-making, but signing Rasheed Wallace is anything but foolish. [...]

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Channing Frye and the Brutal Reality of the NBA

Channing Frye and the Brutal Reality of the NBA

September 21, 2012 – Dan Favale We’ve seen it before, far too often, in fact, when an NBA player’s immediate future is suddenly derailed by an unpreventable condition. And now, unfortunately, we’ve seen it again, as according to NBA.com, Phoenix Suns forward Channing Frye is out indefinitely after developing a dilated cardiomyopathy, which is essentially [...]

September 21, 2012 dfavale Blogs, Dan Favale 1

Why Jeremy Lin Is the Undeniable Face of the Houston Rockets

Why Jeremy Lin Is the Undeniable Face of the Houston Rockets

September 20, 2012 – Dan Favale Jeremy Lin is notoriously humble, but no matter how hard he tries, or how coy he attempts to be, there’s no denying he’s the face of the Houston Rockets. [...]

September 20, 2012 dfavale Blogs, Dan Favale 0

NBA Rumors: Why Kenyon Martin Isn’t Worth the Trouble

NBA Rumors: Why Kenyon Martin Isn’t Worth the Trouble

September 19, 2012 – Dan Favale Kenyon Martin is still a free agent. That’s right, more than three months into the offseason, he has yet to find a home. And apparently, that means he’s in a place to make demands. It’s been a well-publicized fact that Martin is reluctant to accept a veteran’s minimum contract [...]

September 19, 2012 dfavale Blogs, Dan Favale 1

Are the New Orleans Hornets Postseason Material?

Are the New Orleans Hornets Postseason Material?

September 18, 2012 – Dan Favale The New Orleans Hornets are going to be exciting to watch this season. But will that excitement, courtesy of their re-tooled roster, be enough to carry them into the postseason? Now, most would say no. After all, as talented a core as Ryan Anderson, Anthony Davis, Eric Gordon and [...]

September 18, 2012 dfavale Blogs, Dan Favale 0

Why the Boston Celtics Must Make Use of Fab Melo and Jared Sullinger

Why the Boston Celtics Must Make Use of Fab Melo and Jared Sullinger

September 17, 2012 – Dan Favale The Boston Celtics have managed to avoid starting from scratch this season, and now, it’s up to them to ensure they make the most of it. [...]

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Why Tracy McGrady May Be a Necessity for Knicks

Why Tracy McGrady May Be a Necessity for Knicks

September 14, 2012 – Dan Favale In 2010, in a New York minute, Tracy McGrady came to the Knicks, and then left. And now, just as swiftly and not as quietly, he and the Big Apple may be headed for a reunion. According to Adrian Wojnarowski of Yahoo! Sports, after finishing up a workout with [...]

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