With sign-and-trade deals becoming the preferred avenue for circumventing the new collective bargaining agreement's attempts to limit player movement, this offseason has featured a number of free agents who quickly became tradable commodities. It's also had a couple of good ole' fashioned swaps. We have yet to see a single deal, however, in which players have equal value of changed places.
As we sit in NBA limbo, there is little to do but talk about what-ifs for a 2011 season that may or may not exist. The draft has ended, but without a Collective Bargaining Agreement, teams cannot trade amongst each other or sign fre... Read Post
The NBA rumor mill is swirling fiercely, which is an indication that the offseason is about to get extremely interesting as organizations begin signing and trading some big-name players. There are several stars on the open market th... Read Post