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The DeMarcus Cousins Trade Analysis

21 February, 2017

The DeMarcus Cousins trade beat the NBA trade deadline, set for February 23rd at 3:00 p.m. E.T., and in the process shook up the NBA.  Heads are shaking as analysts try to understand what in the world the Kings were thinking in making this trade immediately after the end of the NBA All-Star Game. Let’s take a look at this trade and try to understand it better. New Orleans received DeMarcus Cousins, arguably the best big man in the NBA, and forward Omri Casspi.  The Kings received Buddy [...]

Recent NBA Retirements

27 September, 2016

It’s been quite a year for NBA retirements. First it was Kobe Bryant.  Then it was Tim Duncan.  Then Kevin Garnett announced he was hanging them up.  And now word has arrived that Paul Pierce will be leaving the NBA after this upcoming season, his nineteenth season and second with the Los Angeles Clippers. Pierce has always been the ultimate showman, quite comfortable in the limelight, more than willing to take the crucial shot when the game was on the line, so it seems only natural t [...]

NBA Free Agency Heats Up

05 July, 2016

    The NBA Free Agency season is in its early stages, but that doesn’t mean it started out cool. We barely settled in for the annual show when Kevin Durant, the all-star free agent of the Oklahoma City Thunder, agreed to a two-year deal with the Golden State Warriors. The deal, which will reportedly be for two years and $54.3 million, will be signed on Thursday, the 6th, the first day signings can occur. The deal also includes a player out-option after one year, meaning [...]

NBA Board of Governors Recommend Kings Stay in Sacramento

30 April, 2013

NBA BOARD OF GOVERNORS RECOMMEND KINGS STAY IN SACRAMENTO In a stunning announcement, the NBA Board of Governors Relocation Committee recommended that the Kings should not be sold to a Seattle group headed by Chris Hansen and Microsoft CEO Steve Ballmer. A vote of all NBA owners will not happen until May 13th, but all indications are that they will follow the Board’s recommendation. Elation was the emotion of the day in Sacramento.  The Mayor of Sacramento, former NBA great Kevin J [...]

NBA Draft Lottery Recap @SportRelocation #SportsRelocation

22 May, 2013

NBA DRAFT LOTTERY RECAP 8 hours ago 8 hours ago Tuesday, May 21st, the NBA Draft Lottery was held, and for the second time in three years, the Cleveland Cavaliers landed the No. 1 overall pick in the NBA Draft, which will be held June 27th. The Orlando Magic had the best chance of winning the lottery (25%) by virtue of their worst record in the NBA, but the luck of the Cavaliers was too much for Orlando to overcome. The results of the 2013 NBA Draft Lottery are: Cleveland Ca [...]

2013 NBA Draft and Player Relocation –

22 June, 2013

2013 NBA DRAFT AND PLAYER RELOCATION The NBA Finals are over and the Miami Heat are repeats Kings of the Hard Court. Now it’s time to turn our attention to the NBA Draft, scheduled for June 27th at the Barclays Center in New York. The Cleveland Cavaliers are sitting pretty with the Number One pick, and there seems to be quite a bit of debate over whom they will choose.  The consensus top ten selections are as follows: Alex Len, center, Maryland Ben McLemore, shooting guard, Kans [...]

2013 NBA Draft Recap – Sports & Entertainment Real Estate

30 June, 2013

2013 NBA DRAFT RECAP The first round of the 2013 NBA Draft might have had more surprises than we have seen in five previous drafts. The night began with the Cleveland Cavaliers surprising the entire basketball world by selecting Anthony Bennett from UNLV as the number one pick, bypassing Alex Len and Nerlens Noel. Speaking of Nerlens Noel, the projected number one pick fell to #6, where he was chosen by New Orleans only to be traded moments later to Philadelphia for hybrid guard Jrue [...]

Athlete Relocation – Sports and Entertainment Real Estate

09 October, 2013

Athlete Relocation - Sports and Entertainment Real Estate   The Preseason has begun in the National Basketball Association, with the regular 2013-2014 season set to begin October 29th. It has been a slow week of transactions as teams try all of their players looking for the perfect combination.  Forward Rodney Carney was waived recently, and Forward Gani Lawal was signed, but that’s been about it for the past week.  As the preseason schedule winds down we can expect to see more waivers [...]

Miami Heat’s “Birdman” Andersen Purchases Miami Mansion

18 October, 2013

Shortly after signing a two-year deal with the Miami Heat worth $2.8 million, Chris “Birdman” Andersen paid $1.89 million for a miami athlete real estate in the Colins Acres area of Pinecrest, an upscale suburb of Miami, becoming neighbors with NBA star Lamar Odom. The one-acre property has all the luxuries you would expect for a professional athlete. Included are a lighted tennis court, heated free-form swimming pool and separate guest house.  There are 7,505 square feet of living spa [...]

Seattle NBA Dreams Take Step Backwards

10 May, 2016

On May 2, by a 5-4 vote, the Seattle City Council voted against vacating a stretch of land near the Port of Seattle so that billionaire Chris Hansen could build a basketball arena there, frustrating Seattle NBA dreams once again. Since the Sonics were moved to Oklahoma City in 2008, it has been increasingly difficult for the city of Seattle to secure another NBA team, despite over forty years of successful NBA ownership.  The NBA has made it clear that talk about a new Seattle NBA franch [...]