Yesterday, I handed out my dubious awards of which teams ended up “losers” during the 2012 NBA off-season. Now it’s time to name the winners of the off-season. At the top of the list, the defending champs who bring more talent to South Beach. … [Read more...] about 2012 NBA off-season winners
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Dallas Mavericks bound for off-season makeover?
From winning the NBA Championship to barely squeaking into the Western Conference Playoffs and being swept out of the first round by the Oklahoma City Thunder; it was a drastic drop-off for Mark Cuban and the Dallas Mavericks. For the first time in quite a while, the Mavs enter the off-season with some cap flexibility and could be due for a roster makeover. … [Read more...] about Dallas Mavericks bound for off-season makeover?
Applying the Allan Houston Rule to the NBA Southwest Division Teams in 2011
One of the topics expected to be discussed during the NBA Lockout is the possible revival of The Allan Houston Rule. When a new CBA was agreed upon in 2005, it allowed NBA teams a one time opportunity to waive a player and not have his contract count against the luxury tax teams have to pay if their team salary exceeds a pre-determined amount set by the league. The released … [Read more...] about Applying the Allan Houston Rule to the NBA Southwest Division Teams in 2011