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10 Biggest Trades minus LeBron

Written by Charlie Jimenez   
Saturday, 18 October 2014 22:19

A seismic change took place in the NBA this summer, as LeBron James returned home. The 29-year-old has gone back to Ohio to re-join hometown club the Cleveland Cavaliers, ending his four-year association with the Miami Heat. His heralded return has seen bookmakers such as Betfair install the side as favourites for the 2014/15 NBA Championship.

The return of James is a blockbuster piece of business for the Cavaliers. If his return warrants a maiden NBA crown then it has to be viewed as a major success. The trade of James to the Heat was a hugely successful trade for the South Coast side - arguably the best trade in history. And although LeBron has not been traded back it does invoke memories of his decision a few years back.

So who were the greatest trades of all time?

Kevin Garnett – Minnesota Timberwolves to the Boston Celtics 2007

Last Updated on Monday, 29 December 2014 12:03
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Trail Blazers Make History

Written by Gaby Varji   
Tuesday, 07 January 2014 15:36

Portland Trail Blazers have become the first team in the history of the NBA to notch 20 or more three pointers twice in a season.Portland Trail Blazers have become the first team in the history of the NBA to notch 20 or more three pointers twice in a season.

They achieved the feat in their 134-104 victory over Charlotte Bobcats on Thursday evening at the Moda Center where they were heavy favourites with Betfair to pick up the win.

Wesley Matthews top scored for the hosts with 26 points. He was successful on five occasions from his six attempts from beyond the three-point line.

Guard Damian Lillard was also clinical from distance as he finished with a 100% record as he was six from six to help the Blazers to record a total of 21 three-pointers.

Portland are now 26-7 for the campaign as they sit top of the Northwest Division and Western Conference. They have only lost on three occasions at the Moda Center.

Last Updated on Monday, 12 October 2015 15:30
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Rivers Downplays Lakers Rivalry

Written by Michael Gordon   
Thursday, 31 October 2013 19:03
NBA BettingLos Angeles Clippers coach, Doc Rivers, has played down his new team's rivalry with the Lakers, insisting every game is as important as the last.

Rivers is no stranger to being a rival to the Lakers, having coached Boston for nine seasons. The most recent battles between the teams include a championship win for the Celtics in 2008 and the Lakers gaining revenge two years later.

The 52-year-old is not building Tuesday's game at Staples Center up to be anything more than the opening game of a long season, despite the excitement of fans in the Betfair forums.

"Obviously, the Celtics-Lakers thing, you're not going to duplicate that anywhere. But I always look at everybody as the opponent. I really have a hard time trying to beat my opponent," he said.

"It's not personal, but it's personal — always. It's the other teams, and after the Laker game, we're going to have another opponent. So yeah, that's how I look at it more."
Last Updated on Monday, 12 October 2015 15:31
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Griffin Ready to take Clippers Responsibility

Written by Gaby Varji   
Sunday, 18 August 2013 00:36

NBA NewsClippers power forward Blake Griffin has insisted he can fulfil a more prominent role in the team next season as the Los Angeles side look to make the playoffs for a third consecutive season.

Griffin, 24, has been the target of much fan criticism over his recent performances for the Clippers. There is a feeling that, despite once being the best player in the team, he has withdrawn into himself with the emergence of Chris Paul and DeAndre Jordan. Indeed, with point guard Paul often carrying the side last season, Griffin’s progression has taken a real hit.

Basketball betting fans have for a long time now suggested Griffin needs a stellar season to push the Clippers into the finals, a sentiment also reflected in the player:

“In my mind, this is the year I need to step into that role and really help (Paul) shoulder that load,” he told ESPN Los Angeles. “I’ll be right there with him at the end of games, being the guy that he can always count on.”

Last Updated on Monday, 12 October 2015 15:32
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