NBA deem Pistons, Cavilers and Kings ‘non-essential businesses’

NBA deems Pistons, Cavaliers and Kings ‘non-essential’

Disappointing news for some small-market teams was announced today as Adam Silver designated the Pistons, Cavaliers, and Kings as non-essential businesses. “It’s a safety thing,” Adam Silver said on a conference call.  “We just can’t risk those teams gathering a large audience and potentially inducing sickness upon their community—or worse, a big market community.” Broadcast personnel from TNT, ESPN and NBATV have been warned not to go near a non-essential team’s arena.       Following the announcement, the Cavaliers suffered some embarrassment by admitting ...

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Los Angeles health officials to allow Lakers to resume practice activities, not Clippers

Los Angeles health officials to allow Lakers to resume practice activities, not Clippers

Los Angeles citizens are known for two things: their beloved NBA basketball and strictly following all of the laws.  So when it was announced that local health officials would allow the Lakers to resume practice activities, it was a cause for celebration. “I can’t wait to pace the sidelines like the prowling lion that I am,” Lakers coach Frank Vogel said.  Avery Bradley was also relieved by the news commenting, “I’ve been practicing playing defense against a lamp for two months.  ...

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Nation thankful Quin Snyder was able to land on his feet after killing that family

Nation thankful Quin Snyder was able to land on his feet after killing that family

Say what you will about Americans, but we love a good rehabilitation story.  So after Utah Jazz coach Quin Snyder killed that family, our nation is thankful he eventually landed on his feet and got a good job as an NBA coach. The details of Snyder’s horrific crime have always been a bit foggy.  For one thing, not only was he never officially charged with killing a family, his criminal record is spotless.  Despite that, if you’ve ever taken a look ...

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