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NBA Rookie Extension Deadline Creates Distractions
2014-11-11

To make matters worse, they were faced with weighty decisions about their futures while regular season games were being played, leading many involved in the process to express concern about the timing of the deadline.

These are talks that could make players free agents after the season if not nailed down, and though they deserve the full attention of everyone involved, the Oct. 31 deadline means many negotiations drag into the regular season. Many hope the date will be moved up.

"It becomes very difficult," Minnesota Timberwolves president and coach Flip Saunders said. "The league encourages you, if you got a game that night, you might want to get that thing done. It would be beneficial to have the date moved before the start of the regular season."

Negotiations between Rubio's representatives and the Timberwolves for a contract extension had gotten heated, and time was of the essence. If an agreement wasn't reached by midnight, Rubio would become a restricted free agent next summer.

He was not alone.

San Antonio's Kawhi Leonard, Chicago's Jimmy Butler, Cleveland's Tristan Thompson and Golden State's Klay Thompson were all in Rubio's situation, trying to make major life decisions while also playing regular season games.

Rubio didn't have to play on Oct. 31, the day he signed a four-year, $55 million extension. But he did play twice earlier in the week while the talks were ongoing, and it was a stomach-churning experience.

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NBA Rookie Extension Deadline Creates Distractions
MINNEAPOLIS Nov 10, 2014, 4:03 AM ET
By JON KRAWCZYNSKI AP Basketball Writer
Associated Press

The clock was ticking down on Halloween night, and millions of dollars hung in the balance for Ricky Rubio and several other players who entered the NBA in 2011 and were up for extensions of their rookie contracts.

To make matters worse, they were faced with weighty decisions about their futures while regular season games were being played, leading many involved in the process to express concern about the timing of the deadline.

These are talks that could make players free agents after the season if not nailed down, and though they deserve the full attention of everyone involved, the Oct. 31 deadline means many negotiations drag into the regular season. Many hope the date will be moved up.

"It becomes very difficult," Minnesota Timberwolves president and coach Flip Saunders said. "The league encourages you, if you got a game that night, you might want to get that thing done. It would be beneficial to have the date moved before the start of the regular season."

Negotiations between Rubio's representatives and the Timberwolves for a contract extension had gotten heated, and time was of the essence. If an agreement wasn't reached by midnight, Rubio would become a restricted free agent next summer.

He was not alone.

San Antonio's Kawhi Leonard, Chicago's Jimmy Butler, Cleveland's Tristan Thompson and Golden State's Klay Thompson were all in Rubio's situation, trying to make major life decisions while also playing regular season games.

Rubio didn't have to play on Oct. 31, the day he signed a four-year, $55 million extension. But he did play twice earlier in the week while the talks were ongoing, and it was a stomach-churning experience.

"There was a lot of stuff going on off the court I didn't like," said Rubio, now sidelined indefinitely with a severely sprained ankle. "At the end of the day, it's business and you have to have that part."

Chicago coach Tom Thibodeau, who watched Bulls guard Jimmy Butler deal with the issue this year, also would like to see the date moved ahead of the start of the season.

"That's one of the great challenges of this league is you can be distracted on almost any given night with something, whether it's the contract extensions, the back-to-backs, early start, late start, injuries," Thibodeau said. "You want to train yourself not to fall into that trap and to be ready to go each and every day."



Here are some things to watch this week:

LEBRON VS. DAVIS: The King meets the player many are calling his heir apparent on Monday night when LeBron James and the Cleveland Cavaliers host Anthony Davis and the New Orleans Pelicans. James is the unquestioned best player in the world, but the 21-year-old Davis is off to an impressive start, including a game-winner to beat the Spurs in San Antonio on Saturday night.

KINGS' BIG WEEK: The biggest surprise so far has been the Sacramento Kings, who started 5-1. They have a big week ahead with games at Dallas and Memphis and then home against San Antonio on Saturday. Pack a lunch, DeMarcus.




Most Valuable NCAA Teams in 2013
2013-03-19

College Basketball's Most Valuable Teams In 2013
Forbe's ranking of college basketball's most valuable teams utilizes a weight Apuestas Breeders Cup ed methodology with three components. They are, in order of weight, basketball revenue spent on athlete scholarships and other academic programming, profit kept by the athletic department to support athletic endeavors and conference revenue generated via NCAA tournament play. Valuations are based on revenues and expenses from the 2011-12 season.

Read more here:

www.forbes.com/


March Madness HowTo
2013-03-10

5 simple rules To fill out your March Madness bracket

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2015-02-15

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2010 NCAA Basketball Championship: No. 5 Butler Bulldogs vs. No. 1 Duke Blue Devils
2010-04-06

The No. 5 seed Butler Bulldogs will be facing the No. 1 seed Duke Blue Devils; Monday April 5, 2010, tip-off is at 9:15pm on C video poker BS. www.Sportsbook.com had the opening line of this game with the Duke Blue Devils as -6.5 favorites, as I write this preview the line has already moved to 7.5 and the over / under is at 128.5 points. The Blue Devils have proved that they have the talent to beat any opponent. The Duke Blue Devils are the only school to have a better scoring average then the Butler Bulldogs; I guess it was fate that these two teams met at the National Championship game.


When the 2010 NCAA national title game rolls on Monday night, the Duke Blue Devils will be making its first NCAA tournament title appearance since 2001 which is also the last time this prolific program won the championship. Standing in their way will be a team from a no named conference that nobody has cared to believe is a true basketball beast.


Whether the Butler Bulldogs win or lose when they meet the Duke Blue Devils as significant underdogs, they have proven their point. The Butler Bulldogs can attain that dream when they face, what everyone believes has been the best team in this year’s 2010 tournament thus far. If there is one sure bet that we know about Monday night, the Bulldogs will give it their all and even a moneyline bet on these guys wouldn’t be the worst bet you could make.


Now on to the important stuff: The final March Madness Betting Preview


First off let’s look at how good the Butler Bulldogs are they have 25 straight victories and are 33 - 4, 17 - 20 against the spread.


The Butler Bulldogs are 8 - 3 in their last 11 NCAA Tourney games and 5 - 1 against the spread in their last six.


The Blue Devils are 5 - 0 against the spread during this 2010 NCAA Tournament.


Both the Butler Bulldogs (15 - 20 over / under) and the Duke Blue Devils (16 - 22 over / under) have been good under plays this season. The under is 9 - 1 in Butler’s last 10 overall and 2 - 4 in Duke’s last six overall.


Bulldogs’ defense has made a fool of the over/under lines during the tournament. Bulldogs’ games have finished below the total by an average of 15 points in the last four games.  


Butler’s tight defense against Duke’s on-point offense will be the tale of Monday night’s National Championship game. Of their last five games the Butler Bulldogs have not let their opponents score more than 60 points on them, a testament to their coach and their will to play. Add to that, the Bulldogs have limited 12 of their last 13 teams they’ve played against to less than 60 points.  Even though the Bulldogs shot 30.6 percent from the floor they were still able to frustrate the Michigan State Spartans.


The Blue Devils have unsuccessful reached the 60 point mark only once this whole season, that is only once in 38 games. The Duke Blue Devils put in 78 points in each of their past two games, which were wins over the Baylor Bears in the South Region final and over the West Virginia Mountaineers.


Go to www.sportsbook.com to make your bet on the Duke Blue Devils at -7.5 point favorites, sorry Bulldogs, at least you made it this far.








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