Author Archives: Luke Ross

Nelly and Hughes to Build Indoor Athletic Complex

Hip-hop artist Nelly and Larry Hughes, who knew each other socially and through charity work, want to build a $30 million air-supported indoor athletic complex near the Page Avenue extension in St. Louis to house soccer, softball, football, lacrosse and

Daniel Gibson Finished Second in Foot Locker Three-Point Shootout

Former Cavaliers, Jason Kapono defended his title in the Foot Locker Three-Point Shootout with 25 points, tying the all-time record set in 1986 by another Cavaliers, Mark Price. Boobie Gibson finished in second place with 17 points, Dirk Nowitzki finished

Mike Bibby Not a Kings Anymore

After 2 years of rumors of Mike Bibby possibly becoming a Cavs, in a surprising move, the Hawks snapped away Bibby and put all these rumors to rest. The Hawks acquired Bibby for four players, Anthony Johnson, Shelden Williams, Tyronn

Shoot Boobie Shoot

Daniel Gibson set a new record for the Rookies All Star Challenge with 11 3-pointer. Boobie walked away with an MVP award. He lead the NBA’s sophomore stars to a 136-109 victory. Gibson will compete in the 3-point shootout Saturday,

The Deal with Kidd Trade

The news were all over the net and media yesterday that Kidd was going back to his original team. By day end Wednesday, the deal was blocked. Apperantly, Dallas Mavericks forward Devean George excercised his rights to block the deal

Are you kidding me? Shaq to the Suns?

ESPN reported this morning that the Miami Heat have already agreed to send O’Neal to the Suns in exchange for All-Star forward Shawn Marion and guard Marcus Banks. Miami is simply waiting for Phoenix management to complete a medical examination

Ferry Interested in Mike Miller

According to Brian Windhorst, the Cavaliers are interested in Grizzlies shooting guard Mike Miller. The Grizzlies are looking into clearing cap space and the Cavaliers could put together a package the could help with that. The Grizzlies showed interest in

Cavaliers Beat Clippers (98-84)

Lebron James decided to play after missing Thursday’s game against the Seattle SuperSonics because of a right ankle sprain. James tested the ankle before tipoff and decided to play about 45 minutes before the game. “I knew I could go