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  • joined Jun 09, 2009
  • last login May 15, 2014
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Guys, drop everything

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Seriously, this is the greatest. Someone has set out to discover the feline-owning status of every NBA player, and the Kings are beneficiaries of one of the first detailed breakdowns. Somehow it manages to fit in a jazz-laden promo video of John Salmons' fashion line, amongst other incredible tidbits from each player on the roster.

The Business Journals: Kings are most difficult NBA team to root for

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Nobody said it was easy. (Still, I have a hard time believing it's easier being a Raptors fan.)

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Why I'll root for the Anaheim Royals... or not.

I began grappling with this subject a couple years ago as the prospect arose of my beloved Kings leaving town. I was confident that the Kings' long tenure as "my team" would draw to a close. Most...

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Landry: Our biggest trade asset since Artest

I'm not confident about much when it comes to predicting player movement, but I feel strongly that Landry will be moved by the deadline.  I also feel like he's the strongest trade asset we've had...

"Kevin Martin is a good player and has made an impressive development since he came into this league. The only problem is that he´s often injured. He missed quite a few games this season, too. The question is if he would bring us to the next level."

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DIRK NOWITZKI, the walking collapsable down comforter... the ring-less 7-foot jump shooter... the man whose elbow requires more medical attention than the mouth of the man whose teeth it knocked out... just called Kevin soft. Hold me back, Brock!

According to sources, Washington looks like the favorite for Stephon Marbury's next gig after...

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According to sources, Washington looks like the favorite for Stephon Marbury's next gig after Boston came up with an initial offer of $1.2 million, the veteran's minimum. Flip Saunders and Marbury are intrigued about reuniting. Sacramento also has inquired about the guard.

http://www.nypost.com/seven/07042009/sports/knicks/david_may_lee_ve_the_big_apple_177540.htm

At the end of the day, you get what you pay for. Phil Jackson commands $12 million because he...

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At the end of the day, you get what you pay for. Phil Jackson commands $12 million because he delivers the goods. Great players win games, but great coaches win championships. It is with that in mind that I scratch my head at two recent coaching hires in particular. Case 1: The Phoenix Suns. You're talking about making a championship run, even acquire the top-dollar contract of Shaquille O'Neal to show you're serious, and then you sign first Terry Porter and then Alvin Gentry to lead the way. Both are nice guys, don't get me wrong, but you don't get a championship-caliber coach for $2 million a year. Case 2: The Sacramento Kings. The Maloofs are serious about winning, have issued a mandate that the team will compete for a playoff spot in 2009-10 or heads will roll . . .and then you take the lowest bidder in your coaching search. They tried to rush Rambis into taking the position, though offering only $1.5 million, and quickly signed Paul Westphal when he offered to sign for less. Westphal is now the lowest-paid coach in the league and he's expected to take a lottery team and make them a playoff contender.

http://www.hoopsworld.com/Story.asp?story_id=12956
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