An NBA blog from Newsday's Bobby Bonett
About halfway through the expected 8-12 month recovery time for his torn left ACL, Derrick Rose appeared in Chicago to unveil his new shoe, the adidas D Rose 3.
The event coordinators started the event by playing Rose's latest adidas commercial, part of a marketing campaign coined "#thereturn."
An emcee then took the microphone to introduce the Bulls point guard. For a...Read more »
The White Mamba is no more.
As first reported by Yahoo! Sports on Sept. 6, Brian Scalabrine has retired from the NBA, the league's Facebook page confirmed today.
Scalabrine spent 11 seasons in the NBA, appearing in 520 games. He averaged 3.1 points and 2.0 rebounds, and shot 34.4 percent from three.
Yahoo! reports that Scalabrine turned down an assistant coaching job with the Bulls,...Read more »
The Nets haven't yet played a game in Brooklyn. Anthony Davis hasn't made his debut. Dwight Howard hasn't fist-bumped Jack Nicholson.
But that didn't stop us from taking a first look at the class of 2013 NBA free agents.
Next year's summer signing period figures to include some of the league's best players, a class so deep that the Bobcats' top scorer from last season is ranked 55th.
OK,...Read more »
Just like Superman and Kryptonite, Jeremy Lin's got the Miami Heat.
And just like Lin and the Heat, Mitt Romney's got Barack Obama?
In a profile titled, "The Competitor in Chief," which appeared on page-A1 of the the Sept. 3, 2012 New York Times, a presidential aide quotes President Obama's use of a basketball analogy involving the GOP presidential candidate, Lin and the NBA...Read more »