March 2012 Basketball Wiretap

Anthony Davis Pronounces Knee At 90 Percent
Anthony Davis sat out some drills in practice this week.

Sporting News

Nash Needs To See Improvements From Suns To Re-Sign
Steve Nash acknowledged that he is unlikely to re-sign with the Suns if the team doesn't make improvements in the offseason.

Dan Patrick Show

Barnes, Henson, Marshall Declare For Draft
Harrison Barnes, John Henson and Kendall Marshall will leave North Carolina early for the NBA Draft.

Robbi Pickeral/ESPN

Duncan Impressed With Development Of Cousins
DeMarcus Cousins had a double-double in his fourth consecutive game in Sacramento's 117-112 loss to the Spurs on Wednesday.

Jason Jones/Sacramento Bee

Bilbao's Vasiliadis Named MVP Of Euroleague Playoffs, Game 3
Kostas Vasiliadis scored 20 points in Bilbao's 94-81 win over CSKA.

RealGM Staff Report

Hinrich Open To Signing With Bulls
Kirk Hinrich would be open to returning to the Bulls this offseason as a free agent.

K.C. Johnson/Chicago Tribune

Danny Manning Expected To Accept Coaching Job At Tulsa
Danny Manning will replace Doug Wojcik at the University of Tulsa.

Lawrence Journal World

Illinois Agrees To Deal With John Groce
John Groce, who lead Ohio to the Sweet 16 this season, will coach Illinois.

Brooks Pleased With Fisher's Chemistry Transition
Derek Fisher has been working to find a comfort level with his new teammates of the Thunder.

John Rohde/Oklahoman

Muhammad Trims Arizona, UNLV Off List Of Suitors
Shabazz Muhammad is now looking at UCLA, Kentucky and Duke to make his final decision.

Las Vegas Review Journal

Jeff Van Gundy Suspects Howard's Decision About Power
Jeff Van Gundy believes Dwight Howard's decision to opt-in and remain with the Magic was more about having power than loyalty.

Orlando Sentinel

Kentucky Learned Value Of Teamwork From Summer Scrimmages Against Pro Players
Kentucky played together for the first time during open gym games with NBA players.

Louisville Courier Journal

Muhammad Named McDonald's Game MVP
Shabazz Muhammad scored 21 points to lead the West to a 106-102 win in the 2012 McDonald's All-American game.


Don Nelson Voted Into Hall Of Fame
Don Nelson will be among this year's class inducted into the Basketball Hall of Fame.

Isaiah Cousins Commits To Oklahoma
Isaiah Cousins chose the Sooners over Rhode Island, Dayton, Xavier and Virginia Tech.

Tulsa World

Larry Brown Open To Coaching At SMU
Larry Brown has often indicated he would like to coach at the college level again.

Dallas Morning News

McAdoo Expected To Return For Sophomore Season At UNC
James McAdoo has until April 10 to declare for the draft.

Dakota Re-Acquires Edwin Ubiles
The Dakota Wizards have re-acquired forward Edwin Ubiles.

RealGM Staff Report

Ray Allen May Return Friday
Ray Allen has not played since March 22 against the Bucks when he sustained a right ankle injury.

Andrew Perna/RealGM

Halperin Named Eurocup Quarterfinals, Game 2 MVP
Yotam Halperin had 19 points, seven assists and three rebounds in Spartak St. Petersburg's 86-71 win over CEZ Nymburk.

RealGM Staff Report

Curry To Miss Another Two Weeks With Ankle Injury
Stephen Curry is reportedly pushing to return this season from a recurring ankle injury.

RealGM Staff Report

Gordon Likely To Return This Week
Eric Gordon should return to game action at some point during the Hornets' current road trip.

Jimmy Smith/Times-Picayune

Sam Young Receiving Opportunity With Iguodala Out
With Andre Iguodala missing time due to patellar tendinitis in his left knee, an opportunity is opening up for the recently acquired Sam Young.

Bob Cooney/Philadelphia Daily News

Wallace Offers To Help Nets' Young Players
Gerald Wallace met with Avery Johnson before Tuesday's practice to let him know he was at peace with where the Nets stand.

Colin Stephenson/Star-Ledger

Clippers Hold First Full Practice Since Feb. 27
The rare practice time allowed the Clippers to run a few drills and to go over many of their players.

Broderick Turner/Los Angeles Times

Blazers Resume GM Search
Chad Buchanan has been acting general manager for over 300 days.

Jason Quick/Oregonian

Wizards Sign Cartier Martin To 10-Day Contract
Cartier Martin has averaged 18.3 points and 4.7 rebounds while shooting .489 from the floor and .556 from three-point range in seven games with the Iowa Energy of the NBA D-League this season.

RealGM Staff Report

Board Of Governors To Meet About Jersey Sponsorship
Both players and coaches have expressed support in the concept.

Dwaine Price/Star-Telegram

Mills Makes San Antonio Debut
The Spurs officially signed Patty Mills on Tuesday.

Mike Monroe/San Antonio Express-News

Stoudemire Out 2-4 Weeks
Surgery is not needed at this time for Amar'e Stoudemire.

Frank Isola/New York Daily News (via Twitter)