SH Blog: LeBron James Says He May have Stayed In Miami Had They Won The Finals

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It’s easy to look back at the end of last season and come up with a bunch of “what if?” scenarios about what would have happened if Miami had won the NBA Finals. Well NBA conspiracy theorists can continue coming up with their own possibilities, as word has spread that LeBron James is teasing folks on what this past summers decision could have been. In an interview with  Rachel Nichols that is set to air Friday night at 10:30 pm on

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Tweet of the Day: Magic Johnson Meets With Danny Ferry

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The Atlanta Hawks offseason has been marred by emails and scouting reports flush with racial overtones, the results of which have led to majority owner Bruce Levenson announcing that he will sell the team and general manager Danny Ferry taking an indefinite leave of absence and attending sensitivity training. The court of public opinion has been a mixed bag as far as Ferry is concerned, with many outside of the NBA calling for his job while a number of people within

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SH Blog: Atlanta Mayor Desires To Keep Team; J.J. Hickson Suspended; Michael Beasley Gets Another Look

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Atlanta Mayor: City Wants Hawks To Stay Mayor Kasim Reed intends to keep the Atlanta Hawks in Atlanta. With the Atlanta Hawks embroiled in controversy due to the inappropriate words of majority owner Bruce Levenson and general manager Danny Ferry, there has been a lot of uncertainty as it relates to the team’s future. A big fear among many Atlantans is that the team’s next owner may look to move the team elsewhere, perhaps Seattle. Atlanta lost its second

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Tweet of the Day: NBA Athletes React To Adrian Peterson Abuse Charges

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Not to downplay the seriousness of the situation the Atlanta Hawks are facing, with both GM Danny Ferry and owner Bruce Levenson in hot water for racially charged, if not completely insensitive and racist, remarks. However, it would seem that they have managed to fly relatively below sonar as far as the bulk of mainstream media and public outrage is concerned. Why? The National Football League. The bulk of public outrage and media coverage has gone to the NFL. Monday through Thursday

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Schayes: How much are the Atlanta Hawks worth?

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The short answer is $600 million “plus.” The $600 million represents economic value of the team based on fundamentals, while the “plus” represents intangible value that is specific to the buyer’s view of the Hawks opportunity. What is the “plus” worth? Keep reading. Pro sports franchises are one of a kind, extremely desirable and rarely available. While that accounts for some of the eye-popping NBA team sales prices lately, it doesn’t make pricing the next one much easier. Each team has its

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Levenson Leaving, Ferry Staying Amid Racism Within Hawks

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Though the Atlanta Hawks have only just begun rebuilding their image in the NBA, senseless words now have it falling apart. The Atlanta Hawks are in too deep now, and it has little to do with owner Bruce Levenson. As alluded to in last night’s Tweet post, general manager Danny Ferry is in hot water for reading a racially insensitive scouting report aloud during a conference call with Hawks management and ownership back in June. Some of the

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Tweet of the Night: Danny Ferry’s racial remarks fully exposed in letter written by Atlanta Hawks minority owner

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The suddenly-messy situation with the Atlanta Hawks got a bit messier on Monday night when an exposing letter written by Michael Gearon Jr – the minority owner of the team – was leaked for all to see. Atlanta TV station obtains more info on Danny Ferry. And I’m floored. http://t.co/PPSsvoI6f7 — Dan Wolken (@DanWolken) September 9, 2014Danny Ferry… http://t.co/YKuYfJsZL9 — Doug Gottlieb (@GottliebShow) September 9, 2014Adrian Wojnarowski of Yahoo Sports reported earlier on Monday that general manager Danny Ferry read the following words

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