The Boston Herald's Steve Bulpett delivers insight into Gerald Green, Justin Reed, Brian Scalabrine, Delonte West, Ryan Gomes, Will Bynum, Taylor Coppenrath, and others.
The Knicks, says Mike Lupica in the New York Daily News, can deliver a DVD with the cast of The Sopranos begging Larry Brown to coach. They can deliver owner James Dolan to the Hamptons for a meeting tonight, and Herb Williams tomorrow. But the Knicks can not deliver a good roster. (Lupica also suggests the Nets will be trading Richard Jefferson "who they do not need.")
Just a few months after police say they found "more than 60 grams of marijuana, 1.2 grams of cocaine, a stun gun, a 9-millimeter handgun, pepper spray and PiÃ±a Colada tobacco wraps, among other items" in his car, Shawn Kemp he has his act together and is ready for a comeback. He has his diamonds and ankle weights on and he's going for a jog. Greg Bishop has the story in the Seattle Times.
Ronny Turiaf vows to play again after open-heart surgery to correct a potentially fatal condition.
If they can't have Keyon Dooling, the Nets are thinking about signing the guy who broke Kenyon Martin's leg.
Police have arrested a man for killing Arthur Agee, father of one of the stars of Hoop Dreams.