L&L Come Up Big

It was the Lebron and Larry show Tuesday night as the Cleveland Cavaliers (6-2) won their fifth straight overall and their fourth straight at home, defeating the Washington Wizards (5-2) 114-99. James scored a season-high 37, and collected 10 rebounds.

Team and Top NBA Player Salaries

NBA TEAM SALARIES FOR 2004-05 SEASON By InsideHoops.com / Feb. 5, 2005. Salaries are rounded off. RANK TEAM TOTAL SALARY 1) New York Knicks $103,100,000 2) Dallas Mavericks $90,900,00 3) Portland Trail Blazers $75,000,000 4) Philadelphia 76ers $70,700,000 5) Minnesota

Wizards Rank # 2 In NBA Power Rankings

An interesting look at the NBA Power Rankings by By Kori Ellis of SpursZONE.com THE TOP 1. Detroit Pistons – The undefeated Pistons have won six in a row, including three straight on the road. Maybe Larry Brown wasn’t that

Special Package of Zoom Lebron III China Edition

LeBron Talk posted more photos of the Zoom Lebron III China edition. Apparently, there were four editions of this special China Exclusive Zoom Lebron III made. The special package includes a larger box that holds a pair of the Zoom

James sets record as Cavaliers down Magic in OT

LeBron James made history and became the youngest player in NBA history to reach 4000 career points. Donyell Marshall helped make sure it came in a victory. Marshall swished a 3-pointer with 14 seconds left to force overtime and rescue

Dealing With Boozer

Isn’t it ironic that Carlos Boozer has not played in a Utah Jazz game that counts, since February of last year, two days after Jazz owner Larry Miller questioned Boozers’ durability and toughness. Its rumored Carlos will be ready to

Silas to Sonics?

If the Seattle SuperSonics and their talent-laden roster continue to struggle and the rumors of coach Bob Weiss’ early demise come to fruition, don’t be surprised if former Cavs coach Paul Silas emerges as a potential mid-season replacement. Silas, a

Orlando Is No Cake Walk

Sunday nights game against the Orlando Magic (2-3) brings together two of the NBA’s premier High School athletes. Lebron James and Dwight Howard. Last year as a rookie, the No. 1 selection in the 2004 draft led the Magic in