Carter still on Knicks' minds
New York Post
The Post's Andrew Marchand reports that Isiah Thomas hasn't ruled out the possibility of the Knicks trading for Toronto's Vince Carter.
Three free agents interest Knicks
The Record's Al Iannazzone reports that the Knicks could target free agents Rodney White, Keon Clark, and Marcus Fizer.
Warriors clearing cap room for 2005
Tribune columnist Carl Steward writes that the Warriors may have enough cap room to pursue the likes of Tracy McGrady, Ray Allen and Shareef
Abdur-Rahim in 2005.
Blazers could add Przybilla, Szczerbiak
St. Paul Pioneer Press
Pioneer Press columnist Charley Walters writes that Hawks center Joel Przybilla is expected to sign with the Blazers. The Blazers may also try to
strike a deal for Minnesota's Wally Szczerbiak.
Kutluay could join Sixers
Philadelphia Daily News
The Philadelphia Daily News' Phil Jasner reports that the Sixers could sign Turkish forward Ibrahim Kutluay.
Mullin's moves revitalize Warriors
Oakland Tribune columnist Carl Steward
With the news of an agreement in principle regarding a sign-and-trade of Erick Dampier to Dallas, Chris Mullin has made the last major maneuver of a
dramatic, hope-inspiring Golden State Warriors off-season... The Warriors should have $12 million-$15 million worth of cap room to attract someone
from a large, attractive 2005 group that will include Tracy McGrady, Ray Allen and Shareef Abdur-Rahim.
Ming dunks New Zealand, Chinese press
New York Daily News
The influence of Yao Ming on a basketball game can be overwhelming, just as it was yesterday when the 7-5 Chinese center scored 39 points in a 69-62
win over New Zealand. But Yao's strength isn't just measured in what he does on the court. Sometimes what he says can send an entire nation into a
state of panic.
He's The Answer
New York Post
This may be hard to fathom, because reputation is a difficult thing to repudiate, but it really is time for the U.S. men's basketball team to fall in
line behind its captain. In most cases, this wouldn't be such an astonishing requirement, turning to the captain for leadership. It's what captains
do, after all. In this case, the captain of this team is named Allen Iverson.
Raptors feel newly signed centre's `Issues' behind him
Loren Woods, the newest Raptor, once had a reputation as an enfant terrible, but his new bosses say they're optimistic he has matured in his
behaviour, and are also hopeful he'll mature as a player.
Rumors and News sources
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