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The real reason why we hate LeBron

The real reason why we hate LeBron

Anyone else annoyed with some media members “preaching” on LeBron James? The same people who have blasted him for quitting on the Cavs and “The Decision,” are now insisting fans stop hating and give James his due respect. I respect LeBron James. He’s an incredible basketball talent. The best player in the NBA. A champion. [...]

June 23, 2012 Chuck - Red's Army Around the NBA 49

Celtics 25-1 odds to win 2013 title

Celtics 25-1 odds to win 2013 title

Here are the odds to win 2013 NBA Championship, according to Bovada:  Miami Heat                                  11/4 Oklahoma City Thunder          5/1 Chicago Bulls                               6/1 Los [...]

June 22, 2012 Chuck - Red's Army Around the NBA, Celtics News 18

Wizards making moves, trade for Ariza & Okafor

Wizards making moves, trade for Ariza & Okafor

The Washington Wizards are an intriguing team.  They have talent, but they haven’t been able to turn that talent into wins.  They started to re-make their roster last season, grabbing Nene from the Nuggets for JaVale McGee in a deal that also sent Nick Young to the Clippers. Now, the Wizards are making more moves, sending [...]

June 20, 2012 John - Red's Army (@RedsArmy_John) Trades 6

Perk questions Scott Brooks’ rotations

Perk questions Scott Brooks’ rotations

Old friend Kendrick Perkins is never afraid to speak his mind: All series long Thunder coach Scott Brooks has been taking flack for his handling of the Thunder rotations — sitting Kevin Durant and Russell Westbrook at the same time, leaving guys with hot hands on the bench, not seeming to have a feel for his team. It’s not [...]

June 20, 2012 Chuck - Red's Army Around the NBA 15

League mulls options to deter flopping

League mulls options to deter flopping

David Stern and the league’s competition committee (which includes Doc Rivers) are mulling ways to deter flopping: The NBA commissioner believes too many players are deceiving referees into calling fouls by falling down, or flopping. So he and the league’s newly reformed competition committee met Monday for a discussion about how it can be prevented. [...]

June 19, 2012 Chuck - Red's Army Around the NBA 9

Russell Westbrook coming under fire in the Finals

Russell Westbrook coming under fire in the Finals

The Thunder’s Russell Westbrook is having a tough go in the NBA Finals. His play has been erratic and he’s drawing criticism for his stubborn attitude. Sound familiar? The Globe’s Gary Washburn draws a comparison between Westbrook and Rajon Rondo. The difference is… Rondo gets criticized for his lack of aggression, while Westbrook is blasted [...]

June 17, 2012 Chuck - Red's Army Around the NBA 2

2012 NBA Draft combine measurements

2012 NBA Draft combine measurements

Every year, the NBA gathers all of its prospects at the NBA draft combine and measures them all.   Here’s the complete list, courtesy of the NBA, of all of the measurements from the combine. At the end of the list, there’s a click-able PDF file that you can save if you’d like. Player Height [...]

June 16, 2012 John - Red's Army (@RedsArmy_John) Draft, Draft News Comments Off

Durant learning there’s a double standard for LeBron

Durant learning there’s a double standard for LeBron

“I just missed,” Durant said. Was there contact? “I really couldn’t tell you. I’ve got to watch the film, I guess.” Are you saying you don’t think you got mugged by LeBron on that last play? You don’t believe you were fouled? “I missed the shot, man.” Durant knew he was fouled. His reaction on [...]

June 15, 2012 Chuck - Red's Army Around the NBA 8

Mess with David Stern and he’ll drop the wife beater question

Mess with David Stern and he’ll drop the wife beater question

Emperor David Stern got a bit sassy today with the egomaniacal Jim Rome. In his typical douchebag tone, Rome asked Stern if the lottery was rigged. Stern fired back: DS: I have two answers for that. I’ll give you the easy one – No. And the statement – shame on you for asking. JR: I [...]

June 13, 2012 Chuck - Red's Army Around the NBA 11

Everyone watched Game 1 of the Finals

Everyone watched Game 1 of the Finals

The Oklahoma City Thunder came back from a 13 point deficit and beat the Miami Heat in a thriller of a Game 1 that you had to stick around to watch.   And that turned into ratings gold, as it became the highest rated NBA Finals Game 1 in ABC’s history. The 105-94 win in Oklahoma [...]

June 13, 2012 John - Red's Army (@RedsArmy_John) News 1