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Posts Tagged ‘ Ray Allen ’

Scouting Report: Miami Heat (loss vs Pistons)

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Team Scouted: Miami Heat Opponent: Detroit Pistons Location: American Airlines Arena – Miami, FL Date: 12/3/13   STARTERS & MATCHUPS PG Mario Chalmers                                     Brandon Jennings SG James Jones                                            Kentavious Caldwell-Pope SF Shane Battier              (cross-match)   Greg Monroe (guarded Lebron) PF Lebron James             (cross-match)    Josh Smith (guarded Battier) C  Chris Bosh                                                 Andre Drummond...
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Ray Allen returning to Heat

  Ray Allen signed with the Miami Heat last season with the stipulation that he could opt for free agency again this summer should he want to. Well, he didn’t.   The All-Time leader in three-pointers in NBA history has decided to skip free agency and help the Miami Heat win a third consecutive title...
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Game 6 was an instant classic

  You couldn’t ask for a better Game 6 of the 2013 NBA Finals…..well, unless you’re a Spurs fan.   From the start, the energy in the arena and on the court was reminiscent of a Game 7. The pace was up as both teams were running it at the other. While neither team...
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Bosh: Lakers are better

  Chris Bosh of the Miami Heat, former YouTube star, may also have a future in politics. He said, recently, that the Lakers have the best team “on paper” in the NBA heading into the 2012-13 season. “We have to start over,” said Bosh as they look to repeat. This shouldn’t be too difficult… considering the...
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Doc Rivers: “It was me more than Rondo”

  When Ray Allen left the Boston Celtics for the Miami Heat this offseason, many believed that his tension with point guard Rajon Rondo was the main reason. But Celtics coach Doc Rivers took the blame in an interview with Yahoo! Sports columnist Adrian Wojnarowski. “People can use all the Rondo stuff – and it...
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Grizzlies need Ray Allen

  The current starting SG in Memphis is a former Celtic named Allen.   That should be their blueprint in free agency.   Ray Allen is a free agent that’s possibly looking for, um, greener pastures (sorry).   The Memphis Grizzlies are a perennial playoff team lacking perimeter shooting.   Marc Gasol and Zach Randolph are...
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What to look for in Free Agency

  Before training camps start in late September, the Houston Rockets will have one…maybe two franchise level star players. They have by far been the most active ‘trade talker’ since the season ended, and it stems for losing out on Pau Gasol back in December. This team has been in the middle for years…not...
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Who will be the hero of Game 7?

  It’s been a grueling six games between the Boston Celtics and the Miami Heat, with two overtime contests and also two Hall of Fame performances: Rajon Rondo in Game 2, Lebron James in Game 6. So who will be the hero of Game 7? Any fantasy guru will tell you that Paul Pierce should...
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Stars aligned for one last Celtics run

  In 2009, the Chicago Bulls and Boston Celtics gave us the most exciting first round series in recent history. The Bulls almost took advantage of Boston being without superstar, Kevin Garnett…losing in Game 7. Four years later, a key injury to Chicago may give that same good fortune to another playoff foe. I’m...
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Ray Allen nearly traded to Grizzlies

  Just after the trade deadline I blasted the Boston Celtics, specifically GM Danny Ainge for not making a move to shake up his elderly roster. Well, Adrian Wojnarowski of Yahoo Sports is reporting that a trade was in fact made at the deadline….”for twenty minutes or so.” “Allen was to be sent to...
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Deadline Day Karma

  I’m always a little dissappointed at the trade deadline. The fan in me expects every team to at least make one move. Well, these teams really let me down me in other ways…..   Boston Celtics  Did Danny Ainge learn nothing from the legendary Red Auerbach? Red’s only regret in his run as Celtic Godfather was that he...
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Trade Chatter on Deadline Day

  With Dwight Howard finally jumping off the merry-go-round and opting-IN for the 2012-13 season (allegedly), now the 10-15 teams that were hoping to get in on the Howard talks can move on…quickly. While there isn’t much time left, there are a lot of things on the table…..   3-team deal (Beasley to Lakers)...
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Celtics Grumpy, Focused Heading Into Season

Is the NBA filming a remake of Grumpy Old Men in Massachusetts? Because there is a noticeable edginess at Boston Celtics training camp this year. The team has a chip on its shoulder as well as a renewed focus heading into a shortened 66-game season. But will this be enough to win it all? You can...
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Ray & Redd: Bucking The Trend

Ray & Redd: Bucking The Trend

The year is 2011…..Ray Allen is a star and integral part of a championship-caliber team while Michael Redd is a role player hoping to extend his career with whomever will have him. Nobody would’ve predicted this eight years ago when they were both teammates in Milwaukee… In February of 2003, the best player on the Milwaukee Bucks was All-Star shooting...
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KG Talks Lakers, Nonsense

KG Talks Lakers, Nonsense

Though we’re deep into NBA Lockout ’11 there are still plenty of things out there to talk about. If you don’t agree with me then you obviously haven’t been following this website (please…get some help). Nevertheless, some “journalists” out there spend their time re-mixing old storylines in the hopes of garnering attention. Well, it works. This blog is about...
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