Jury Deliberating in Texas Murder Trial of Former NBA Player Andre Emmett – NBC 5 Dallas-Fort Worth

Jury Deliberating in Texas Murder Trial of Former NBA Player Andre Emmett – NBC 5 Dallas-Fort Worth

A Dallas County jury is deciding the fate of a man accused of killing former professional basketball player Andre Emmett. Emmett’s death was captured by a home surveillance camera on September 23, 2019. He was sitting in his vehicle outside his home at around 2:30 am when investigators said two people approached him and attempted … Read more

Utah Jazz finishes coaching staff

Utah Jazz finishes coaching staff

The Utah Jazz today announced that Alex Jensen, Lamar Skeeter and Bryan Bailey will serve as assistant coaches on Coach Will Hardy’s freshman team with Evan Bradds, Irv Roland, Sean Sheldon and Jason Terry. Chris Jones and Sanjay Lumpkin will serve as player development coaches. Additionally, Jeff Hornacek will return to the Jazz as a … Read more

Michael Jordan’s 1998 NBA Finals Jersey Sells For Record $10.1 Million | basketball news

Michael Jordan’s 1998 NBA Finals Jersey Sells For Record .1 Million |  basketball news

The jersey of famous American basketball player Michael Jordan from the 1998 NBA Finals sold at auction for $10.1 million – a record for any sporting memorabilia used in games, auction house Sotheby’s announced. Jordan’s red number 23 “Last Dance” season jersey with the Chicago Bulls got 20 separate bids, Sotheby’s said in a statement … Read more

Michael Jordan’s 1998 NBA Finals ‘Last Dance’ Jersey Sells For $10.1 Million At Auction

Michael Jordan’s 1998 NBA Finals ‘Last Dance’ Jersey Sells For .1 Million At Auction

A jersey worn by Michael Jordan in Game 1 of the 1998 NBA Finals – part of Jordan’s “Last Dance” season that culminated in the Chicago Bulls reigning victorious over the Utah Jazz – sold for $10.091 million with the auction house. Sotheby’s. That’s the highest amount ever paid for an item of sports memorabilia, … Read more

NBA signs new collective agreement with National Basketball Referee Association

NBA signs new collective agreement with National Basketball Referee Association

14:04 ET André LopezESPN The NBA and the National Association of Basketball Referees have entered into a new collective bargaining agreement. The seven-year deal, announced on Thursday, begins with the 2022-23 season and runs through 2028-29, according to a press release. The previous agreement expired at the end of the 2021-22 campaign. The contract covered … Read more

Wizards continues to grow its global presence with Spanish social media channels

Wizards continues to grow its global presence with Spanish social media channels

@VamosWizards will be released on Twitter and Instagram WASHINGTON DC – The Washington Wizards will continue to grow their global presence by introducing the team’s first Spanish-language social media channels. @VamosWizards will be released on both twitter and Instagram on September 15, the first day of Hispanic Heritage Month. The Wizards’ Spanish-language social media channels … Read more

Eastern Conference Team reportedly bringing two notable NBA veterans to training camp

Eastern Conference Team reportedly bringing two notable NBA veterans to training camp

The 2022-23 NBA season is just over a month away, and training camps will begin in less than two weeks. Therefore, the 30 teams around the league continue to fill their roster. Last season, the Indiana Pacers (25-57) finished the year as the 13th seed in the Eastern Conference. They will start the preseason on … Read more

NBA and Referees Agree to Seven-Year CBA

NBA and Referees Agree to Seven-Year CBA

Credit: Kyle Terada-USA TODAY SportsThe NBA and the National Basketball Referee Association have signed a seven-year collective bargaining agreement, the two sides announced Thursday. The seven-year contract will start in the 2022-23 season and run through the 2028-29 season. The sides said they would not announce the terms of the deal, in line with league … Read more