Monthly Archives: September 2017
CLEVELAND — Cleveland Cavaliers owner Dan Gilbert received “vile, disgusting” voicemails after LeBron James called President Donald Trump a “bum” on Twitter.
LOS ANGELES (AP) — Frank Hamblen, who won seven NBA championships as an assistant to Phil Jackson in Los Angeles and Chicago, died Saturday. He was 70.
Prior to tipping off the 2017 NBA preseason, Warriors forward Draymond Green was still due some hardware from last year's championship campaign. He received it from one of the ultimate examples of interior defense in league history.
Walton: Lakers to lock arms throughout season
Rumors and reports have been flying for months that All-Star forward Paul George, a Los Angeles County native who grew up idolizing Kobe Bryant, is strongly considering signing with the Lakers next summer as an unrestricted free agent. The interest is apparently mutual, with the Lakers drawing a $500,000 fine for tampering via contact with George's agent after having previously been warned to stay away.
CLEVELAND (AP) — Cleveland Cavaliers owner Dan Gilbert received “vile, disgusting” voicemails after LeBron James called President Donald Trump a “bum” on Twitter.
CLEVELAND (AP) — LeBron James remains sidelined with a sprained left ankle and the Cavaliers plan to keep him out of an upcoming scrimmage.
Former Lakers, Bulls assistant Hamblen dies
Rose happy on Cavs, no longer in 'dark place'
George: Westbrook deal makes decision 'easier'