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  1. If you have to trade Chris Paul

    Henry Abbott

    Ask for Stephen Curry. That's the conclusion of Michael McNamara on Hornets247, who ranks the Warriors' guard ahead of Eric Gordon, Minnesota's lottery pick, Andrew Bynum, Josh Smith or Pau Gasol....

    Blog | December 05, 2011
  2. Notes from Laker Shootaround: Lamar Odom to Start?

    Henry Abbott

    ESPN's Shelley Smith reports from Laker shootaround. Lamar Odom is likely to start in place of Andrew Bynum. Phil Jackson says "we're thinking about it." Two sources close to Odom say he will start. Also Jackson said Luke Walton wi...

    Blog | May 06, 2009
  3. Kobe Bryant's Throat, and More

    Henry Abbott

    ESPN's Shelley Smith checks in from the Lakers' practice, where there are concerns about the readiness of Kobe Bryant, Luke Walton and Andrew Bynum. Smith writes: Los Angeles Lakers' coach Phil Jackson said after the team's shootarou...

    Blog | May 04, 2009
  4. Phil Jackson: Andrew Bynum Might Play

    Henry Abbott

    ESPN's Shelley Smith reports: Phil Jackson was non-committal at Lakers shoot-around as to whether center Andrew Bynum, back on the roster after missing more than two months with a knee injury, would see playing time Thursday night when the confe...

    Blog | April 09, 2009
  5. Battle of the Last Names

    Henry Abbott

    TrueHoop reader Andrew emailed wondering which last name could field the best all-time NBA team. I'm not sure exactly what the rules of the contest are, but the general idea is could the Wallaces (Rasheed, Ben, Gerald etc.) beat the the Smiths (Josh,...

    Blog | January 03, 2008
  6. Economist: NBA Teams Don't Do Much for Economy

    Henry Abbott

    Brian Hendrickson of the Vancouver Columbian quotes Smith College economics professor Andrew Zimbalist, author of several books on sports economics: "Generally speaking, you can't anticipate an economic benefit," Zimbalist said. "You g...

    Blog | March 20, 2006