posted on Dec, 1 2004 @ 01:44 PM
Fratello to Grizz a 'done deal'
Newsday's Greg Logan reports that former Cavs coach Mike Fratello has agreed to a deal with the Grizzlies.
Raptors' Carter still happy
Boos and death threats haven't been enough to sour Vince Carter on Toronto. Carter, who asked to be traded earlier this year, told the Sun's Steve
Buffery that he is "happy" in Toronto.
Brown loves life with Pistons
The News' Chris McCosky reports that Pistons coach Larry Brown has denied rumors that he could resign before the end of the season. Brown said
yesterday that "I still love what I do".
Haislip to join Pacers
The Star's Mark Montieth reports that the Pacers are expected to sign former Buck Marcus Haislip.
Hornets hoping to add big man
New Orleans Times-Picayune
The Times-Picayune's Benjamin Hochman reports that the Hornets could sign a post player if the NBA allows them to place Jamaal Magloire on the injured
Stern pledges NBA conduct code for fans
NBA commissioner David Stern promised 'a fan conduct code' by the end of January that could even regulate what hecklers can yell at the court.
Kidd Return Still Murky
New York Post
Jason Kidd is expected to discuss his status with team officials when the Nets return from Washington tomorrow. He could practice as early as Friday,
but his return is still murky.
Some Pacers likely face criminal charges
The likelihood that some Indiana Pacers players who threw punches during the brawl with Detroit fans will be criminally charged has fans from both
cities crying foul.