WSB-TV in Atlanta has gotten its hands on the now infamous scouting report that Hawks GM Danny Ferry says he was reading from when he made racist remarks about Luol Deng while on a conference call with other members of the Hawks front office.
The Atlanta Journal-Constitution has acquired an audio recording of the conference call with GM Danny Ferry's racist comments on Luol Deng, with Ferry saying the forward had "some African in him." The comment had previously surfaced in transcription after Hawks controlling owner Bruce Levenson offered the team for…
Last night, an email surfaced containing Hawks minority owner Michael Gearon's concerns regarding GM Danny Ferry's remarks, specifically about Luol Deng, during a conference call. Though he didn't have to, Deng chose to address the comments made about him.
When Atlanta Hawks co-owner Bruce Levenson announced Sunday that he would be putting the team up for sale, conspiracists, not entirely convinced by a story involving Levenson volunteering to the league office that he'd sent a racist email, wondered when another shoe would drop. Well, here it is.
The Cavs have traded Andrew Bynum, three future draft picks and the right to swap picks in 2015 (1-14 protected) to Chicago for Luol Deng. The Bulls are expected to waive Bynum before his $12 million contract becomes guaranteed on Tuesday. Deng will be an unrestricted free agent following this season.
Here's LeBron James blowing by Luol Deng, one of the best perimeter defenders in the league, during last night's 107-95 Heat win. But hey, keep watching, I guess there's a chance he won't win it all again. [Mike Ehrmann/Getty]
Yesterday, Luol Deng returned to the Chicago Bulls' practice facility for the first time since being laid up in the hospital due to complications from a spinal tap procedure. It sounds like he had a pretty awful time while he was there.
How many weird athlete-celebrity picture combinations can we post in one day? Who knows? We were able to find the possible reasons behind that picture of Larry King hanging out with Chan Ho Park and Psy, but this picture? No fucking clue.
Indiana's veteran forward Jeff Foster told the Indianapolis Star this week that he knows he'll be considered the "villain" after a series of hard fouls against the Bulls in the first round. The video above gives an idea of what he's talking about; he's yoked Derrick Rose a couple times, in Games 1 and 3, and landed…