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Ian Thomsen: 2013 NBA free agency primer
CNNSI.com Updated Jun 28, 2013
A weak free-agency class was weakened when the Clippers traded for coach Doc Rivers this week, a move expected to secure a long-term commitment from point guard Chris Paul. That leaves one superstar available, and he isn't necessarily going to the highe…Share Tweet
The Charlotte Bobcats have extended a qualifying offer to guard Gerald Henderson, making him a restricted free agent, but not to center Byron Mullens.Share Tweetdimemag.com Jun 28, 2013After every decision, you are either inherently happy or slip into the dangerous world of having buyer’s remorse. That will stem from differing reasons, depending on the situation or the individual. After the NBA Draft came to a close, one fact was very…Share TweetVia Did Charlotte Win, the scene at the Time Warner Cable Arena as the Bobcats made the 4th selection in last night's draft, a slot where Nerlens Noel, Alex Len, and Ben McLemore were still available. You get the feeling 'Cats fans might have wanted one…Share Tweetdimemag.com Jun 28, 2013Headlined at the top by Cleveland’s super surprising selection of combo forward Anthony Bennett at No. 1, the 2013 NBA Draft was full of surprises. That made this piece harder to write than usual. Between the record influx of international players and t…Share Tweet
Biggest Loser: NetsJun 28Say what you will about the glory days of Kevin Garnett and Paul Pierce, but the Nets might never win a title after that lopsided Celtics deal. Ethan Sherwood Strauss on Brooklyn and Boston, as well as moves he hated from the Bobcats and Pelicans.