TSF Tip-Off For Friday May 18, 2012 (Featuring Donna Summer): Should The NBA Extend Rookie Eligibility To Age Twenty?

Posted in Blogroll on May 18th, 2012 by Ron Glover

Since 2005, the NBA has instituted that the minimum age for rookie eligibility is nineteen,  provided the player meet certain criteria as written in the CBA. The same rule remains in place even after the latest CBA was ratified during the lockout last season.

There is a concerted effort being made by the NBA and NCAA to increase the age of eligibility to twenty.

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Garnett and Celtics blow out Sixers; Thunder edge Lakers, go up 2-0 (with TNT notes)

Posted in Blogroll on May 18th, 2012 by Michael Tillery

KG imposed his will on the young Sixers

Celtics ran back in the past and stole the Sixers Game 3 livelihood. Simple as that. Black Pharaoh went the hell off, talked trash (to himself and others) and the C’s regained home court advantage with the 107-91 win in Philly. The last couple of minutes in OKC were disturbing. The Lakers just lost focus…something you don’t expect from a veteran team. As far as the last shot, yes, Steve Blake was wide open, but with 5.7 left on the clock, an entry pass to Bynum under the basket isn’t a better option?

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