Archive for the 'Allen Iverson' Category

Financial Advisers Reject NBA Retirement Plan

Financial advisers aren’t thrilled about a new arrangement that will require National Basketball Association players to sock away money for retirement into annuities.

Jody Allen’s death shocks community; he’s regarded as one of Flint’s…

Local NBA veterans, family and friends are mourning high school basketball legend Jordache “Jody” Allen, who was shot to death on a porch Sunday afternoon.

Does Allen Iverson Deserve a Return to the NBA?

By Reginald McIntyre Jr. NBA Writer When Jerry Stackhouse reached a verbal commitment with Brooklyn Nets on a one-year deal worth $1.3 million, one name came to mind- Allen Iverson .

Fitting Right in For U.S. team, Iguodala has gold-medal skills

In Philadelphia 76ers Land, the debate concerning Andre Iguodala might rage on until the versatile swingman is traded or eventually retires as the longest-tenured Sixer.

Magic eyes former Pistons Curry, Hunter for head coach

The Orlando Sentinel reported last week that 76ers associate head coach Michael Curry and Suns player development coach and scout Lindsay Hunter are among the candidates under consideration.

Philadelphia 76ers Jrue Holiday Doesn’t Deserve a Max Contract

With only a year remaining until his restricted free agency, Jrue Holiday has declared that he wants a max contract extension from the 76ers .

For one Penn State graduate, scandal tarnishes proud image

When I was growing up, one of the things that attracted me to Penn State was that the school did things the “right way.” Loved that idea.

Warriors Dodge the Lou Williams Bullet

May 23, 2012; Philadelphia, PA USA; Philadelphia 76ers point guard Lou Williams reacts after making a shot against the Boston Celtics during the second half of game six of the Eastern Conference semifinals of the 2012 NBA Playoffs at the Wells Fargo Center.

NBA Rumors: Atlanta Hawks Sign Prized Free Agent Lou Williams

ESPN’s Brian Windhorst announced on Twitter today that the Atlanta Hawks had agreed to terms for signing free agent Lou Williams .

Philadelphia 76ers: Why the Only Option Is to Rebuild the Team

The Philadelphia 76ers always seem to find their way into the playoffs by landing the seventh or eighth seed, which yields to the inevitable first round boot and middling first-round pick in the draft.

Philadelphia Sixers: Maurice Harkless Lands in City of Brotherly Love

With the 15th overall pick in the 2012 NBA Draft , the Philadelphia Sixers selected small forward Maurice “Moe” Harkless from St.

Where have you gone, Al Henry?

THE DAY OF the NBA draft might not be a good time to bring up past Sixers draft failures, but it does add a little spice to the procedures.

Draft set to kick off NBA offseason

The event has shifted across the Hudson River for the second straight year due to summer renovations taking place at historic Madison Square Garden, and this marks just the third time that the selection process is being held in The Garden State.

Vincent Goodwill: Vincent Goodwill’s NBA draft preview: This guard crop has some gems

After years of the next generation of top-flight point guards coming out of the draft, this year’s class looks to take a break from that pattern.

NBA Finals 2012: Series Dissappoints, LeBron James Does Not

It’s hard to say where exactly it all went wrong, when the NBA Finals went from being a contest between two equally matched teams to a lopsided coronation of the NBA’s best player and the teammates who helped him reach the summit.