Adam Johnson — $2.2 billion. That’s the selling price for the Los Angeles Clippers after the Donald Sterling fiasco. Just four years ago, the Golden State Warriors were sold for a then-record $450 million. In 2013, the franchise’s estimated worth was listed at $800 million, nearly doubling in value. The owners keep getting richer, yet the salary cap increases at […]
Post Tagged with: "Chicago Bulls"
Note: Click here to read Part One: The Pitches. Carmelo Anthony walks into the Knicks’ press room that is now filled wall-to-wall with media members. He sits down, adjusts his seat and takes a deep breath before tapping the microphone to make sure it’s working. To his left is his wife, La La Anthony, and on her lap is his son, Kiyan. He […]
This will be the first time in Carmelo Anthony’s career that he’ll be a free agent. The first time he’ll be courted since he was rocking braids in high school. The first time he’ll have NBA teams throwing out the red carpet for him. The first time he’ll have stars pitching for him to join forces with them. Plenty of teams want […]
1. Which team(s) had should be disappointed in their draft? Zach Oliver (@ZachOliverNBA): I think there’s multiple teams here who should be disappointed. Toronto, Chicago, and Sacramento to name a few. I don’t really know what Toronto did, to be honest. I’m not convinced that this Bruno Caboclo guy they picked at 20 is real. Plus, he’s two years away from being two years away. […]
Andy T — I spent a lot of time this year thinking about the Eastern Conference. I don’t know why. I was basically like a villain in Scooby Doo, all “THOSE MEDDLING KIDS”. I was just a bitter. And you know, when you’re prepared to be annoyed about something everything is annoying. You’re like a sprained wrist, walking around in the world. Suddenly the Heat are on TV […]
Rami Michail — Teams are filled with the desire to find that one piece. Whether it is for a franchise player, star, or role player to get them over the hump, the search never stops. But for the most part, this hunt doesn’t begin in free agency, but in the draft. It’s easy to look back and place the blame on teams for drafting a Greg Oden over a Kevin Durant or a Kwame Brown over a Pau Gasol, but the belief back […]
In this installment of CrabDribbles 1-on-1, Chris Reichert (@Chris_Reichert) and Rami Michail (@RamiMichail) discuss the 6th man of the year award. Rami: The NBA recently announced that Los Angeles Clippers’ guard Jamal Crawford has been named 6th man of the year. Do you believe the NBA voters made the […]