Category Archives: NBA Lockout

NBA Death March: Memphis Mayor AC Wharton Speaks Out (Story Link)

Blogged By: Celebrity Blogger – De De Tillman

Blog Source: SI.com – Sam Amick

Posted: Friday November 25, 2011 @ 10:35 am PST

Topic: NBA Lockout – Memphis Mayor AC Wharton

The NBA lockout is a nightmare for those who depends on the revenue from the games.  According, to SI.com the television network partners at ABC, TNT and ESPN will surely be fuming at the prospect of no games on Christmas Day and beyond.

Players will scramble to sign overseas while having to admit that their bold move backfired. Owners will continue to see the lasting impact of their decisions on both the game at large and their bottom line. City leaders like Wharton will begin to run out of patience when their people are the ones being punished.

“We wish the [lockout] had not occurred,” Wharton said. “We wish it would end immediately. It is damaging our citizens, our businesses, even right now. It’s not a matter of whether our city can withstand the losses or not, but you have to look at it in the entire context.”

This death march needs to stop now. Let sanity, and the season, survive.

STORY LINK:http://sportsillustrated.cnn.com/2011/writers/sam_amick/11/24/nba.lockout/index.html#ixzz1ek29klS3

 

 

 

Kobe Bryant Endorsement Deal Gone Bad ( Story Link ) (Story Link)

Blogged By: Celebrity Blogger – De De Tillman

Blog Source: Yahoo – Yahoo Sports – Ben Maller

Posted: Wednesday November 23, 2011 @ 10:24 pm PST

Topic:  Kobe Bryant

Lakers NBA star Kobe Bryant endorsement deal gone bad.

STORY LINK:http://www.thepostgame.com/blog/dish/201111/kobe-bryants-endorsement-nightmare

Andy Rautins: NBA Knicks Guard Moves Back In With His Parents (Story & Photo Link)

Blogged By: Celebrity Blogger – De De Tillman

Blog Source: Yahoo Sports – Kelly Dwyer

Posted: Thursday November 3, 2011 @12:20 pm PST

Topic: Andy Rautins

Since the NBA Lockout the Knicks guard Andy Rautins has moved back home with his parents according to Yahoo Sports.

NBA KNICKS GUARD MOVES BACK HOME WITH HIS MOTHER SINCE THE LOCKOUT