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Archive - 2012

May 28th

Golden State Warriors take a look at Stanford's Josh Owens

Source: 
San Jose Mercury News
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Western Conference Finals Preview

Mon, 05/28/2012 - 4:06pm

Manu GinobiliManu GinobiliLast season, the San Antonio Spurs were upset in the first round of the playoffs by the Memphis Grizzlies. With that disappointing loss, people began questioning if the Spurs were too old and if a core of Tim Duncan, Manu Ginobili, and Tony Parker was capable of taking the Spurs to a title anymore. While the Spurs were answering questions about their advanced age, the Oklahoma City Thunder were answering questions about their youth.

Tony Trocha may visit Dana Altman and the Ducks

Source: 
The Oregonian Sports
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May 26th

Eastern Conference Finals Preview

Sun, 05/27/2012 - 6:29am

Prior to the 2007-2008 season, the Boston Celtics constructed a “Big Three” of Paul Pierce, Kevin Garnett, and Ray Allen. Paired with young point guard Rajon Rondo, they went on to win a championship and five straight division titles. Little did they know they were laying the groundwork for the Miami HEAT and Pat Riley to build a “Big Three” of their own a few years later. Now, the Celtics trio is battling age and injury while taking a back seat to Rondo.

Roscoe Smith transfers to UNLV

Source: 
ESPN
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May 25th

NBA Draft: Top 10 Small Forwards

Fri, 05/25/2012 - 8:25am

The small forward field is filled with valuable complimentary pieces that can add balance to an uneven unit. Nobody on this list necessarily has superstar potential, but many are capable of earning long-term starting roles or holding significant reserve responsibilities. Small forwards are generally the most versatile athletes in the sport, and that's certainly the case with a number of the following prospects. Here are our top ten small forwards who've declared for 2012.

1. Harrison Barnes 6-8 223 SF UNC

May 24th

Hornets coach not wowed by this year's class