Delonte West, Brandon Phillips, and most importantly, the lawyer who will get college athletes paid.
Badly misunderstood in certain instances, having made heinous mistakes in others, Delonte West has run the gamut of experiences in his NBA career. He’s 30 now, married and a new father, and he’s looking to return to the NBA, hoping teams can overlook his past troubles and provide him with a sliver of an opportunity. West, [...]
The latest chatter on the NBA rumor mill involves several backcourt players of varying prominence, with Washington Wizards star John Wall being the most notable name. Wall, the former No. 1 overall pick, is looking to lock down a max contract to stay in D.C. Show More Summary
Although the potential of a lineup that features Delonte West, J.R. Smith, Metta World Peace and Kenyon Martin is certainly intriguing for sheer entertainment purposes, it's the Memphis Grizzlies that present West with the perfect comeback...Show More Summary
It’s downright shocking how many potentially impactful NBA free agents are left on the open market. In years past, teams were usually fighting tooth and nail for free-agent scraps as they were hoping to sign a potential 12th man by the...Show More Summary
Delonte West would be the perfect addition to the Chicago Bulls’ second unit. I am aware that this is a bold proclamation, but I make this decree with the absolute confidence that signing West is a low-risk, high-reward situation for...Show More Summary
In a rare interview, an affable West opens up about the past, present and future.
Where is Bron Bron’s mom? Congratulations are in order forDelonte West and his new Mrs. The baller — who was sent to the D-League’s Texas Legends early this year took to his private Twitter account to announce they recently
The New York Knicks are on the lookout for some backcourt help, and their search apparently includes the risky but intriguing Delonte West. According to Marc Stein of ESPN, the Knicks kept an eye on West's D-League debut on March 16: It's hard to fault New York for pursuing every available option to shore up its flagging backcourt production. Show More Summary
The comeback begins.
The Knicks aren’t that desperate yet, but will be one of the teams monitoring the progress of mercurial point guard Delonte West, expected to make his D-League debut tonight when the Texas Legends host the Santa Cruz Warriors. West is a super talent and super headache, but, at 29, a relative pup by Knicks standards. He [...]
Delonte West is setting himself up for an NBA revival by starting from the bottom. West has yet to play for the Texas Legends despite being a member of the roster. Adrian Wojnarowski of Yahoo! Sports reported that could change: The 29-year-old guard was a productive member of the Dallas Mavericks last season, averaging 9.6 points and 3.2 assists. Show More Summary
Following the NBA trade deadline, the New York Knicks looked to the free agent market to bring in power forward Kenyon Martin, adding depth and improved defense on the bench. But though Martin was a smart addition, he shouldn't be the last free agent the Knicks bring in before the home stretch of the regular season. Show More Summary
Delonte West hasn't joined the Texas Legends more than two weeks after the NBA Development League team acquired his rights.
The NBA trading deadline is just a few short weeks away, leaving a number of fringe contenders scrambling to evaluate the league’s landscape and their own rosters with the clock ticking. Whether there will be major championship-altering moves made by the Feb. Show More Summary
West, the colorful journeyman guard who has been out of basketball since his detrimental conduct caused the Mavericks to release him just before the season opened, has left the D-League’s Texas Legends in limbo. The Legends claimed West on Jan. 25 after he put his name in the D-League player pool, but he has yet [...]