NBA Lockout

Is it time to say goodbye to the 2011-2012 NBA season? The season is one step closer to being cancelled after players rejected the latest offer from owners and the league Monday. NBA Commissioner David Stern tells ESPN the league is headed toward a nuclear winter. The players are going to the courts–and likely not […]

I watched curiously as Bryant Gumbel, host of “Real Sports,” referred to NBA Commissioner David Stern as a “modern day overseer.” The comments rocked the world, probably more so than anything Gumbel has ever said in the past. Based on Gumbel’s remarks over the years, I quietly suspect that beneath the polished, articulate demeanor lies […]

With 2 weeks of the NBA season already cancelled, many columnists and sports commentators have launched their verbal assaults towards the players, owners, and both parties in some instances at the same time. The latest, respected commentator to throw in his 2 cents in Bryant Gumbel, who recently called NBA Commissioner David Stern a “plantation […]

More drama unfolded this week between the NBA owners and players during their collective bargaining negotions. On Tuesday, NBA commissioner David Stern and the owners made an offer to the players union on how basketball-related income would be distributed. The owners claimed the offer was split 50-50, but the players rejected the offer, disagreeing with […]

While the NBA lockout is going on, and players not being paid to play, you would think that they would be financially secure with their previous salaries. Unfortunately that is not the case for Delonte West of the Boston Celtics. Since the lockout, West has applied for several jobs at stores such as The Home […]