Archive for May, 2012

2012 NBA Draft: 8 Examples of How the NBA Lottery Could Be Rigged

The NBA introduced the lottery system to determine the draft order back in 1985 to avoid tanking, and ever since, there have been numerous questionable results of this system.

Tickets to NBA Draft on Sale Today

NBA fans will have the opportunity to welcome the next generation of stars as tickets for the 2012 NBA Draft go on sale today.A The 2012 draft will again be held at Prudential Center in Newark on June 28.A Tickets are priced at $15, $20 and $30 and will be available at ticketmaster.com or the Prudential Center Box Office.

Vincent Goodwill: Streaking Spurs join the head of the class

Thirteen months ago, the Spurs became the third No. 1 seed to lose to a No. 8 in the playoffs, falling to the Grizzlies, 4-2. Fast forward to this season.

Allen Iverson Claims Estranged Wife Broke Into His House

Former NBA all-star Allen Iverson’s divorce has been getting progressively more nasty for months, but this newest legal motion features far and away the biggest accusation.

NBA Draft Lottery Preview, TV Information And More: What To Know Before Wednesday Night

The 2012 NBA Draft lottery is tonight, and once again, the Washington Wizards will be prominently involved.

Andre Iguodala’s Top 10 Dunks of His Philadelphia 76ers Career

Andre Iguodala is one of the most athletic players in the NBA today, and he often displays his athleticism through his thunderous dunks.

Philadelphia 76ers: 5 Free Agents the Sixers Desperately Need This Summer

The Philadelphia 76ers had a great year in 2011-12. They had an above .500 record for the first time since 2004, and they advanced past the first round of the playoffs for the first time since 2003.

Allen Iverson not on Knicks’ radar this offseason

The New York Knicks will not pursue Allen Iverson, who said again last week that he wants back in the NBA , despite the team’s need to upgrade at guard, The New York Post reports .

School officials receive a lesson in Chinese

When the University of North Carolina’s Center for International Understanding approached Apex High School about partnering with a school in China, Principal Matt Wight was a bit hesitant.

Knicks Morning News

The Knicks desperately need guards. Allen Iverson desperately needs a job. But The Post has learned Iverson is one CAA client the Knicks won’t pursue, deeming it too big a gamble.

Mike Missanelli: Iverson knows what 76ers fans want

The pursuit of Allen Iverson as the opening ceremony in an Eastern Conference semifinal game last Wednesday between the 76ers and Celtics was not unlike a search for the Jewel of the Nile.

Celtics’ Bradley to undergo shoulder surgery

A look at memorable winner-take-all games between the 76ers and the Celtics, including the game that led to Allen Iverson’s famous practice rant.

Breaking Down Allen Iverson’s Re-Released ‘Reebok Question’ Shoes

Despite the fact that former Philadelphia 76ers star Allen Iverson hasn’t played in an NBA game since 2010 and is unlikely to do so ever again, there has been a lot of talk regarding AI as of late.

Links: All Quiet On Washington Wizards’ Coaching Search Front

Craig Stouffer notes that the Washington Wizards haven’t seemed to be actively looking for a new head coach, though there appears to be a bit of guess work involved.

Iverson still wants to play

Hours before Wednesday’s game, fans and players alike were caught up in whether the “little guy” was in the house.