The NBPA director is once again speaking out against Phil Jackson. The post Michele Roberts: Phil Jackson Tried To ‘Shame’ Carmelo Anthony Out of New York appeared first on SLAMonline.
Jackson said in April that he thought Anthony would be better off with another team
Michele Roberts says the player’s union is upset with the NBA’s silence regarding Jackson’s press conference comments. After Knicks president Phil Jackson publicly said star forward Carmelo Anthony should move on from New York, NBPAShow More Summary
This important email has been widely circulated today from Paul Teirstein, MD, President of the National Board of Physicians and Surgeons (NBPAS) and is an urgent call to action for practicing physicians. I urge all physicians to take a brief moment and contact your representative as Dr. Show More Summary
The situation between Phil Jackson and Carmelo Anthony is so volatile that the league is now getting involved.
The Knicks’ president slammed Anthony during his exit press conference on Friday. The National Basketball Players Association president Michele Roberts reached out to commissioner Adam Silver after New York Knicks president Phil Jackson...Show More Summary
Friday, the Knicks president said Carmelo would be 'better off somewhere else'
NBPA Executive Director Michele Roberts released the following statement regarding the recent comments by Knicks President Phil Jackson on Carmelo Anthony: “We voiced with the Commissioner today our view on the inappropriate comments by Knicks President Phil Jackson. If players under contract cannot, under threat of league discipline, speak openly about their desire to [...]
Knicks center Joakim Noah has been suspended without pay for twenty games for violating the terms of the NBA/NBPA Anti-Drug Program by testing positive for Selective Androgen Receptor Modulator LGD-4033, it was announced today by the NBA. Noah’s’ suspension will begin with the first NBA regular season or playoff game for which he is eligible and [...]
Two significant voices in the player community voiced concerns over the Oakley altercation.
Pau Gasol of the San Antonio Spurs is the newest member of the National Basketball Players Association's Executive Committee
Officers with the National Basketball Players Association said Friday that the problems between Charles Oakley and Madison Square Garden chairman James Dolan could impact decisions future free agents make about playing for the New York Knicks
Westbrook ends Celtics' triple-double streak | NBA, NBPA ratify new CBA | J.R. Smith out 12-14 weeks? | Middleton eyes return this season
It's official. The new collective bargaining agreement has been ratified by the players and owners, according a release from the league office.
Adam Silver and the NBA came to terms with Michele Roberts, Chris Paul and the NBPA on a new CBA that will run until at least 2023-24. The post NBA Officially Ratifies New CBA appeared first on SLAMonline.
Commissioner Adam Silver and NBPA director Michele Roberts went in determined
NBPA President Chris Paul says "it's a really good feeling" to have struck a tentative agreement on a new labor deal with the NBA
It seemed pretty obvious yesterday that Draymond Green’s vague, frustrated tweets, which coincided with news that the NBA and the NBPA had agreed to a new collective bargaining agreement, were criticisms of the deal. The Golden State Warriors forward confirmed as much today when he went on a long diatribe against the CBA. Read more...
The NBA and the NBPA has addressed some key issues, although not everything has resolution. There will not be a lockout in 2017. The NBA and the players' union have reached a “tentative” agreement on a new labor deal, pending ratification...Show More Summary
The NBA and Players Association have reached a tentative deal on a new Collective Bargaining Agreement, the League announced on Wednesday. The post Report: NBA, NBPA Reach 7-Year Collective Bargaining Agreement appeared first on SLAMonline.