posted on Aug, 25 2004 @ 03:53 PM
Warriors' Mullin gets rid of spare parts
San Francisco Chronicle
Chronicle columnist Ray Ratto writes that the Erick Dampier trade has proven that Warriors exec Chris Mullin is "adept at stripping a car for the
Johnson may be heir apparent in Dallas
Dallas Morning News
Morning News columnist David Moore writes that former Warriors guard Avery Johnson may be the leading candidate to replace Don Nelson as coach of the
Nugget trio could get new contracts
The Post's Adam Thompson reports that the Nuggets are interested in re-signing Jon Barry, Rodney White and Ryan Bowen.
Randolph may face charges
Portland Trail Blazers forward Zach Randolph could face criminal charges after he was accused of misleading police officers investigating his
brother's involvement in the shooting of three men at an Anderson, Ind., lounge early Sunday.
Heat may pass on Russell
The Heat recently worked out former Lakers forward Bryon Russell, Shaquille O'Neal's friend, but word is Russell was out of shape. Before signing
Wesley Person, Miami briefly considered ex-Heaters Glen Rice (who wanted to return), Walt Williams and Steve Smith.
Sonics, Allen enter uncertain future over extension
The Sonics had already told Allen things had changed in the league since his last contract. Translation: The team won't be handing over a blank check
to write out a maximum-contract offer, which in Allen's case would be five years, $100 million.
Rumors and News sources
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