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Detroit Pistons Figuring out Their Backcourt, Again

The Detroit Pistons have endured another disappointing season, and their backcourt inconsistency has played a major role in missing the playoffs yet again. With Chauncey Billups and Richard Hamilton playing guard, the Pistons had one of the top backcourts of the previous decade. Show More Summary

B/R NBA Legends 100: Ranking the Greatest Players of All Time

Has Shaquille O'Neal or Kobe Bryant enjoyed the better career? Would you take Chauncey Billups, Vince Carter or Pau Gasol, since all three dominated during the 2000s but played different positions? Is LeBron James already a top-10 player...Show More Summary

Grizzlies announce plans to honor Collins, Billups, Monroe

The Memphis Grizzlies will honor Jason Collins, Earl Monroe and Chauncey Billups as part of their annual Martin Luther King Celebration Day event Jan. 19 when they host the Dallas Mavericks.

Chauncey Billups Hired by ESPN to Become NBA Studio Analyst

Chauncey Billups didn't remain on the unemployment line long. The 17-year NBA veteran will join ESPN as part of the network's basketball coverage, per Richard Deitsch of Sports Illustrated. "With my experience and passion for the game, I think I can spark interest with viewers," Billups said. Show More Summary

Home Goods

Wherever he’s been in life and the NBA, Chauncey Billups has gotten comfortable and made those around him better. The post Home Goods appeared first on SLAMonline.

Chauncey And Priscilla

CutePorter Amy J. sent us this Prosh Pair O’Pups! “I would like to introduce Sir Chauncey Billups. He was born in April 2011 and a wonderful companion. Chauncey enjoys lounging, eating, and ear scratching.” “He has a new girlfriend, Priscilla Presley. We adopted Priscilla during the worst storm in Michigan last winter.” “She was originally […]

Chauncey Billups Retires

After 17 glorious season, Chauncey Billups has decided to retire. A former Finals MVP he was probably one of the most underappreciated PGs of his era. Primarily because he wasn’t blessed with world-class athleticism. Nonetheless, he was as effective and efficient as they come. His Hall of Fame candidacy will be an interesting topic. Some […]

Comparing Allen Iverson to any other NBA player is useless

We can't talk about A.I. rationally on the Internet. It's actually impossible. On Wednesday I published a chart showing Chauncey Billups' career win shares compared to the players acquired for him by trade. Of course, Mr. Big Shot was once dealt for Allen Iverson, so Iverson appears on the chart just under Billups. Show More Summary

Chauncey Billups Retires

After 17 glorious season, Chauncey Billups has decided to retire. A former Finals MVP he was probably one of the most underappreciated PGs of his era. Primarily because he wasn’t blessed with world-class athleticism. Nonetheless, he was as effective and efficient as they come. His Hall of Fame candidacy will be an interesting topic. Some […]

Chauncey Billups Retires with 5th-Best Free-Throw Percentage in NBA History

According to Yahoo Sports, guard Chauncey Billups is retiring from the NBA after 17 seasons. Now set to hang up his kicks, the man known as Mr. Big Shot will finish his career with the fifth-best free-throw percentage (89.40) in league...Show More Summary

Remembering Chauncey Billups' Finest Moments During NBA Career

Chauncey Billups entered the NBA as a big-time player, and he'll leave it as one. That part of his story stuck to the script. But all of the twists and turns taken in between —from the injuries and trades that seemed capable of derailing...Show More Summary

Chris Paul, DeAndre Jordan show love for Chauncey Billups on retirement

8 months agoSports / Baseball : Dodgers Now

Chauncey Billups announced his retirement Tuesday evening, after a 17-year NBA career that included a two-season stint with the Clippers, from 2011-2013.

Cold Hard Fact for Wednesday, September 10, 2014

Fact: The now-retired Chauncey Billups ranks fifth all-time in free-throw percentage with an 89.4 percent clip. Bleacher Report will be bringing sports fans the most interesting and engaging Cold Hard Fact of the day, presented by Coors Light. Source: ESPN Stats & Info Read more NBA news on BleacherReport.com

Former All-Star Billups says he is retiring

Chauncey Billups tells Yahoo Sports he is retiring after 17 NBA seasons.

Chauncey Billups was way better than all 16 players traded for him

Chauncey Billups bounced around the NBA before establishing himself as an All-Star guard during an illustrious 17-year career. All of those teams that traded him should be kicking themselves. Chauncey Billups was not particularly productive early in his career. Show More Summary

Read Chris Paul's touching tribute to Chauncey Billups

The Los Angeles Clippers point guard was effusive in his praise for his former teammate, who announced his retirement Tuesday. Chauncey Billups' ability to connect with teammates is the biggest reason he'll go down as one of the best guards of the last 20 years. Show More Summary

Chauncey Billups Retires from the NBA

After 17 seasons, Chauncey Billups is hanging up his kicks for good. The artist formerly known as Mr. Big Shot says “it’s just time.” Billups, who played for seven teams […] The post Chauncey Billups Retires from the NBA appeared first on SLAMonline.

Good morning, Mr. Big Shot hangs them up

That and more in Wednesday's NBA newsletter. SIGN UP FOR OUR NBA NEWSLETTER Get news, links and Ziller's #hottakes in your inbox every weekday morning. Email Good morning. Let's basketball. GOOD NIGHT, MR. BIG SHOT: Chauncey Billups is retiring. Show More Summary

Chauncey Billups Retires from NBA After 17-Year Career

Chauncey Billups, who was named Finals MVP after leading the Detroit Pistons to an NBA championship in 2004, has retired following a 17-year career. Yahoo Sports' Marc J. Spears had the news from Billups: Chauncey Billups, the 2004 NBA...Show More Summary

Chauncey Billups retires after 17 seasons

The guard drew interest from teams this offseason, but opted to call it a career instead. Chauncey Billups will not return for an 18th NBA Season next year and instead the point guard decided to retire, according to Marc J. Spears of Yahoo! Sports. Show More Summary

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