Jordan Hill re-signs with Lakers: 2 years, $18 million


The Lakers just need players. Just bodies. Period. They have depth at point guard now with the re-signing of Jordan Farmar and the trade for Jeremy Lin. Steve Nash is on his last legs, so I don’t know how much he really brings to the table to be honestly truthful. 

One thing’s for sure, the Lin trade and the Hill extension are using up what’s left of their cap space pretty quickly. And there’s still a lot of wholes to fill. Nash and Kobe Bryant have really turned out to be horrible contracts as they’re sucking up just so much cap space. Mitch Kupchack better have some novel ideas.

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Brook Lopez out 4-6 Weeks with Fractured Foot, Huge Blow to NJ Nets

Big, big time blow for the New Jersey Nets today. Fourth year center Brook Lopez fractured a metatarsal in his right foot and will have surgery tomorrow. Lopez was injured in the first half of Wednesday night’s preseason game against the New York Knicks. So even with a shortened to two game preseason, big injuries still happen in meaningless games.

Lopez’s injury usually has a 4-6 recovery period. As long as his convalescence suffers no major setbacks, he should  in February, an injury like this is especially brutal in a lockout shortened season.

Until this year, Lopez has never missed an NBA game in his entire career.

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Knicks and Nets Ticket Holders Seek Refund, Protest NBA Lockout!

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The spirit of Occupy Wall St. moves up to midtown tomorrow. The NBA lockout is alienating people left and right. If this continues, they’ll keep losing fans en masse all the way to next season. If there’s a season.

New York state Senator Malcolm A. Smith (D- 14th district) will join New York Knicks and New Jersey Nets fans and season ticketholders tomorrow, Wednesday November 23, 2011 at 12 pm as they request a full refund for the whole season due to the NBA Walkout.

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