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Not ready to retire, Donnie Walsh continues push to land next big fish
This kind of of energy is what Donnie Walsh, a native gentleman of the city, envisioned when he came to town two years ago to...

Michael Jordan gets acquainted with Charlotte
Michael Jordan sightings in Charlotte used to be rare enough that they had a Halley's Comet quality. Look over there. Did you see that bald...

Dean Smith's friends worried about coach's memory problems
Those close to former UNC basketball coach Dean Smith are concerned about his health. According to a story last week in the Fayetteville Observer, Smith's...

Felton's two-year, $15.8M contract with Knicks finalized
Point guard Raymond Felton's contract figures, finalized today, is two years, $15.8M, according to a source. There may be a third-year team option but that...

Davis, Weems show flashes of Toronto’s bright future
The next step for the youthful Raptors will be acclimating this year's top pick to NBA life — former North Carolina standout forward Ed Davis,...

New York Knicks reach agreement in principle with Raymond Felton
Raymond Felton is an upgrade over Chris Duhon and he's the point guard the Knicks believe can elevate them into a playoff team. The Knicks...

Ty Lawson builds game in summer league
There is a freedom to playing summer league that sits well with Ty Lawson. It's like a large weight that's no longer there. And yet,...

Sources: Raymond Felton, Knicks close to deal
he New York Knicks' consolation prize after missing out on LeBron James will be point guard Raymond Felton. Two league sources told ESPN.com that the...

Brendan Haywood aims for double-double
Brendan Haywood said his goal next season as the starting center for the Dallas Mavericks is to do something he's never done in his previous...

Dad’s experience sets Ed Davis on the right course
Of all the attributes Ed Davis brings to the Raptors, for all his youth and athleticism and desire to prove himself worthy of being called...

Mavericks agree on deal with Brendan Haywood
The Dallas Mavericks have reached agreement on a six-year, $55 million contract to re-sign center Brendan Haywood, a league source told Yahoo! Sports. Haywood averaged...

David Glenn Chats With Ed Davis
David Glenn recently caught up with former UNC basketball player, and new Toronto Raptor, Ed Davis on Glenn’s afternoon radio show. Among the topics they...

LeBron-to-Heat helps Mavs keep Brendan Haywood
The buzz about LeBron James leaning toward making Miami a three-headed monster makes the Dallas Mavericks more likely to execute their 1B free agency mission...

Heat, Knicks, and Nets after Raymond Felton
Charlotte Bobcats free agent Raymond Felton is considered to be the best point guard in a market stuffed with incredible forwards. Yahoo! Sports' Marc J...

Marvin Williams Returns Home a Happy Camper
This is the first time Marvin Williams, an All-American when he last played in the Bremerton High gym, hosted a basketball camp. It could become...

O'Brien talks about Hansbrough
Jim O'Brien broke the Pacers' code of not talking about Tyler Hansbrough's health situation on Tuesday. O'Brien was asked about the status of Hansbrough during...

Raptors rookie Ed Davis still taxed by draft night query
After a few questions about the team and himself, Ed Davis got a strange question from one reporter. It was about the taxes he would...

Raptors Sign First-Round Pick Ed Davis
The Toronto Raptors announced Tuesday they have signed forward Ed Davis from North Carolina to his rookie scale contract. He is under contract through the...

Bright future for new Raptors
Toronto Raptors general manager Bryan Colangelo is confident the team is set for the future with Ed Davis and Solomon Alabi. Toronto selected Davis, a...

In good hands
Four weeks ago, Jim Delany reminisced about his days as a college basketball player for North Carolina. He started only a few games for Dean...

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