TAG: NBA trade deadline

NBA / Feb 22, 2013 / 3:30 pm

Chris Paul Personally Called Kevin Garnett Before The Trade Deadline

Kevin Garnett

There’s a famous Michael Jordan commercial where MJ skips out of the halftime speech to run across Chicago, get dressed in his wingtips, and transforms into a CEO. The punchline comes when he runs back to the United Center and, without time to change his shoes, scores 43 points in wingtips. Read More »

Latest News, NBA / Jan 23, 2013 / 10:00 am

NBA Rumor: Lakers Shutting Down Repeated Dwight Howard Trade Offers

Dwight Howard

This morning ESPN is reporting that the Los Angeles Lakers have turned down numerous Dwight Howard trade offers, especially in recent weeks. Read More »

Latest News, NBA / Mar 14, 2012 / 11:30 am

NBA Trade Rumor: Carmelo Anthony Wants out of New York

Carmelo Anthony

Today’s New York Post is reporting rumors that Carmelo Anthony is hoping to be traded out of New York before Thursday’s deadline because, among other things, he doesn’t get along with Mike D’Antoni and feels like the organization doesn’t value his input concerning personnel decisions.

This seems pretty ridiculous, especially considering we’re less than a year removed from ‘Melo basically holding the Denver Nuggets hostage for almost a full season and forcing his way to New York. But here we are, and this is what Marc Berman of The Post writes this morning: Read More »

Latest News, NBA / Mar 13, 2012 / 9:36 pm

Monta Ellis Traded to Bucks For Andrew Bogut

Monta Ellis

The Milwaukee Bucks now have the most tatted, explosive backcourt in the NBA. Words broke a little while ago that the Bucks and Golden State Warriors have agreed to a monster trade centered on swapping Monta Ellis and Andrew Bogut and various other pieces. Read More »

NBA / Feb 19, 2010 / 5:33 pm

Pass the Mic: Dime readers pick the NBA trade deadline winners & losers

Kevin Garnett

Earlier today, Dime posted its NBA trade deadline winners and losers. But you all know your teams better than we do. So we asked our readers to rank their own winners and losers, with the best of them listed here:


The Cavs are way better now that they have Jamison instead of Amar’e. Here’s why: (1) Amar’e doesnt like Shaq. (2) Amar’e wants to be the unequivocal MAN on his team. That’s not happening with the Cleveland LeBrons. Read More »