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    The Magic are preparing to file tampering
    charges against two other teams for illegal contact with Dwight Howard,
    according to David Aldridge.</p>
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    The hits just keep coming. The two teams are
    rumored to be the Rockets and Nets -- Nets owner Mikhail Prokhorov is
    said to have met with Howard on Thursday.

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      [quote user="bigblue4417"]<div class="report">


      The Magic are preparing to file tampering
      charges against two other teams for illegal contact with Dwight Howard,
      according to David Aldridge.</p>
      </div>

      The hits just keep coming. The two teams are
      rumored to be the Rockets and Nets -- Nets owner Mikhail Prokhorov is
      said to have met with Howard on Thursday.[/quote]

      lol dirty russian
      https://www.facebook.com/groups/TheeBloodSport/

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        Christian Ponder (hip) returned to practice on Friday.</p>
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        Backup Joe Webb is still handling the bulk of
        the first-team reps in the media-access portion of practice. Per beat
        writer Tom Pelissero, the "best guess right now" is that Webb will start
        against the Lions. Check back later in the day for an update on
        Ponder's status.
        </div>

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          The Nets are "closing in" on a contract with Nene.</p>
          </div>
          <div class="impact">
          The team reportedly increased the offer to Nene
          last night, and it sounds like it's possible a deal may get done soon.
          Considering how fast and furious rumors are flying, there's also a
          chance a deal doesn't get done at all. Clearly, New Jersey is clearly
          being aggressive in its approach to improve.
          </div>

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            http://www.giants.com/media-vault/vi...4-30dc3e95c140


            lol tucks the man.

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              As Brandon Roy contemplates retiring from basketball, an ominous quote emerged via Joe Freeman on Twitter.</p>
              </div>
              <div class="impact">
              A source said that Roy met with doctors on
              Thursday and was told after his knee evaluation: "You can't do this. You
              might end up not walking." Roy is said to be very emotional and it's
              doubtful he'll meet with the media today. It sounds like his career is
              over, although we're still awaiting for it to become official. Another
              sad story in a generally sad day as training camps open and free agency
              starts.


              Terribly sad, I have always liked this guy and he's a great player. I guess was...The Blazers have terrible luck.
              </div>

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                Christian Ponder (hip) returned to practice on Friday.</P></DIV>
                <DIV class=impact>Backup Joe Webb is still handling the bulk of the first-team reps in the media-access portion of practice. Per beat writer Tom Pelissero, the "best guess right now" is that Webb will start against the Lions. Check back later in the day for an update on Ponder's status. </DIV>


                [/quote]</P>


                Thank God!</P>
                Admit nothing. Deny everything. Make counter accusations.

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                  the crooked forest in poland

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                    From Michael Wilbon:



                    Unless the appeal filed by the teams
                    involved in Thursday's proposed trade (or a lawsuit reportedly being
                    considered by Paul) reverses the decision, the league now apparently
                    will allow free agency only as long as enough players to its liking are
                    willing to sign up to play in Portland, New Orleans, Charlotte, Salt
                    Lake City, Milwaukee, etc. You think Stern would have stopped this trade
                    had Paul been dealt for essentially the same package to, oh, Indiana?
                    Or Memphis? Or Oklahoma City? There isn't a chance in hell.</p>

                    But
                    what stopping this trade does is prevent New Orleans from getting
                    players who can help that small-market franchise not only recover, but
                    move on. Odom is one of the most versatile frontcourt players in the
                    NBA. Scola averaged 18 points and eight rebounds per game last season.
                    Martin can get you 20 points a night. Dragic is a suitable backup.
                    What's wrong with this deal? Nothing, except the Lakers made it. This
                    isn't a heist; it's a deal that's easy to defend if you're looking at it
                    from the Hornets' viewpoint. What's more, executives from the Lakers
                    and executives from the Hornets made it. Club officials.</p>

                    Problem is, there are owners like Cleveland's Dan Gilbert, still whining like a 2-year-old over the departure of LeBron James, who want some sort of guarantee that small-market teams will get their share of free agents.</p>

                    We're sure to hear about a conflict of interest, what with the Hornets
                    being run by the league and dealing a great player to Los Angeles. So,
                    it would be OK for the NBA to trade Paul to a dreadful team, say the
                    Timberwolves? The NBA knew there could be the appearance of a conflict
                    when it made the decision to run the Hornets. Why should Paul play in
                    New Orleans indefinitely? Because management there was incompetent,
                    which it was? Because the Knicks -- talk about the pot calling the
                    kettle black -- don't like the trade? Since when do owners not involved
                    with a trade get to lobby against it? Where in the NBA rules does it say
                    other clubs get to whine that the Lakers will be too good again? And
                    who stands up to them and says, "Hey you MORONS, it's quite possible the
                    Hornets made a good deal here."</p>

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                      Am I in thee right place? "Thee NYG Swag Thread"

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                        did you know kansas city isnt in kansas? who would of thunk?

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                            [quote user="bigblue4417"]
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                            As Brandon Roy contemplates retiring from basketball, an ominous quote emerged via Joe Freeman on Twitter.</P></DIV>
                            <DIV class=impact>A source said that Roy met with doctors on Thursday and was told after his knee evaluation: "You can't do this. You might end up not walking." Roy is said to be very emotional and it's doubtful he'll meet with the media today. It sounds like his career is over, although we're still awaiting for it to become official. Another sad story in a generally sad day as training camps open and free agency starts.


                            Terribly sad, I have always liked this guy and he's a great player. I guess was...The Blazers have terrible luck.
                            </DIV>


                            [/quote]</P>


                            wow that really sucks......the writing was kind of on the wall....poor guy =\</P>
                            Oderint Dum Metuant

                            It's too bad, I'm too good....

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                              [quote user="bigblue4417"]<div class="report">


                              The Nets are "closing in" on a contract with Nene.</p>
                              </div>
                              <div class="impact">
                              The team reportedly increased the offer to Nene
                              last night, and it sounds like it's possible a deal may get done soon.
                              Considering how fast and furious rumors are flying, there's also a
                              chance a deal doesn't get done at all. Clearly, New Jersey is clearly
                              being aggressive in its approach to improve.
                              </div>[/quote]

                              just went home for lunch and watched sportscenter. They seem pretty hell bent that a deal may get done today for Howard.

                              Nene at PF?
                              https://www.facebook.com/groups/TheeBloodSport/

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                                [quote user="Morehead State"][quote user="bigblue4417"]
                                <div class="report">


                                Christian Ponder (hip) returned to practice on Friday.</p></div>
                                <div class="impact">Backup Joe Webb is still handling the bulk of the first-team reps in the media-access portion of practice. Per beat writer Tom Pelissero, the "best guess right now" is that Webb will start against the Lions. Check back later in the day for an update on Ponder's status. </div>


                                [/quote]</p>


                                Thank God!</p>[/quote]

                                u should be happy about that

                                it actually takes confidence away from me
                                https://www.facebook.com/groups/TheeBloodSport/

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