Dan Zink's Knick blog has nothing nice to say about the Knicks.
Jay Williams is available and reportedly trying out for NBA teams.
Curse of the bobbleheads in Portland.
The Szczerbiaks' busy week: trade to Boston on Friday, play in Milwaukee on Sunday, have child in Minneapolis at noon Monday, then play against his old Timberwolves teammates that night.
When Jason Kidd is hitting clutch three-pointers, amazing things can happen for the Nets. They beat Detroit.
Celtics Blog does not believe the rumor that the Boston Celtics are lining up to get Kevin Garnett.
If the coaches don't vote him on, there's a chance David Stern will face pressure to add his old nemesis Rasheed Wallace to the All-Star team to replace the injured Jermaine O'Neal.
Sixer season ticket holders reportedly say they have been informally surveyed by the team. The topic? Life without Allen Iverson. The team vehemently denies it.
Next to an ad picturing a woman wearing a "Defeat Hillary" t-shirt with a Soviet hammer and sickle logo on it, Washington Times columnist Tom Knott says there are two candidates for this year's MVP, and neither one of them is Kobe Bryant.
If you can read this aloud: "Be your name Buxbaum or Bixby or Bray or Mordecai Ali Van Allen O'Shea, you're off to Great Places!" then you have something on LeBron James.
Mark Price and Cliff Livingston are reportedly candidates for a coaching job in Australia.
Fast food wars officially over: Hedo Turkoglu declares In-N-Out Burger the best.