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Great Debate: Which 10 to add to the “50 Greatest” list

Great Debate:  Which 10 to add to the “50 Greatest” list

The Hoop Doctors has a great debate going on right now on the site.  Since the NBA… at least as a brand name (explanation on the site)… turns 60 this year, which 10 players should be added to the "50 Greatest Players" list. Here's the original list.  Now… you CAN'T pull anyone off the list.  [...]

August 11, 2009 RedsArmyAdmin Uncategorized 19

Ray & Rondo: Top guard duo?

Ray & Rondo: Top guard duo?

It's a discussion that began on SirCharlesInCharge.com… and has since been picked up by ComcastSportsNet.  Here's how Sir Charles sees it: Here’s how I think the top 10 backcourts in the NBA shakes out: 1. Rondo/Allen 2. Nelson/Carter 3. Parker/Ginobili 4. Fisher/Bryant 5. Billups/Smith 6. Nash/Richardson 7. Williams/Brewer 8. Miller/Roy 9. Bibby/Johnson T10. Kidd/Terry T10. [...]

July 28, 2009 RedsArmyAdmin Uncategorized 12

Random thoughts: Would Artest make up for losing Ariza AND Odom?

Random thoughts: Would Artest make up for losing Ariza AND Odom?

There are a lot of little things going on… but nothing gigantic.  So I'm resorting to random, bulleted points with brief thoughts.  Hey… if it's a good enough cop out for guys like Dan Shaughnessy… it's good enough for me. Word is… there's no movement between the Lakers and Lamar Odom in their contract talks.  [...]

July 7, 2009 RedsArmyAdmin Uncategorized 18

C’s to Powe: “‘Good luck with another team”

C’s to Powe:  “‘Good luck with another team”

I still say that when it comes to pure business… not offering Powe a qualifying offer was the right move.  But man… it's getting really hard to defend anything besides that.  Today… Leon gave his side of the story to the Herald: “Of course I was disappointed, because I want to come back,” Powe said [...]

July 1, 2009 RedsArmyAdmin Uncategorized 6

Celtics Interested in Kidd?

Celtics Interested in Kidd?

Via the Dallas News: Wednesday is when teams officially can begin talking to free agents, and Kidd is expected to get overtures from several teams: Cleveland, Portland, Boston, New York and perhaps the Lakers. All of those teams except for Portland are stymied by the salary cap. The Knicks can only offer their mid-level exception, [...]

June 28, 2009 Chuck - Red's Army Uncategorized 5