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Posted by By John Schuhmann on July 18, 2006 at 10:15 a.m. ET


Will Allen Iverson be back in a Sixer uniform come fall? Mo Cheeks believes so.
-- [Philadelphia Inquirer]

After all, trading Iverson is just a crazy idea.
-- [Philadelphia Inquirer]

One writer believes that the Answer is not the answer in Denver. Why not? Well, we're talking about practice.
-- [Denver Post]


The Celtics finally announced Monday that they have signed Paul Pierce to a contract extension that will keep him in green through the 2010-11 season.
-- []

Might they extend Kedrick Perkins as well?
-- [Boston Herald]

Also on Monday, the Blazers and Joel Przybilla made it official: He's back in black. Of course, it was a close call for Blazer fans.
-- [, The Oregonian]

Darius Songaila is apparently on his way to Washington for the next five years.
-- []

Louis Williams is ready to bring his game this year.
-- [Atlanta Journal-Constitution]

Adrian Griffin doesn't agree with the premise that the Bulls lack scoring, but before he can sign, a few things need to get done.
-- [Chicago Tribune, Chicago Sun-Times]

J.R. Smith did not get much burn last year in Oklahoma City, but in case you were wondering, confidence is not an issue for the kid from Jersey. However, shooting is an issue for the writer from Denver.
-- [Rocky Mountain News]

Cleveland fans might still be a bit worried about LeBron not signing for all five years, but the owner is happy.
-- [Akron Beacon Journal]

We know Alonzo Mourning is on board for the coming season, and now Gary Payton is ready to sign up as well.
-- [Palm Beach Post]

The Hornets aren't done making moves.
-- [New Orleans Times-Picayune]

Pierce is in Boston for at least five more years.
(Brian Babineau/NBAE/Getty Images)
Wizards coach Eddie Jordan on his contract extension:

"I think about the W's. My wife thinks about the $4 million."
-- [Baltimore Sun]

2005-06 ARCHIVE
July 14 -- Putting Pen to Paper
July 7 -- Fly Without Wings?
June 27 -- Feeling A Draft
May 9 -- A Tale of Two Styles
May 5 -- The Wait Continues
April 28 -- One for the Little Guy
April 19 -- Still Mostly Cloudy
April 14 -- You Can Do Magic
April 6 -- Work to be Done
Mar. 31 -- Will Suns Rise?
Mar. 24 -- Artest Fit For A King
Mar. 17 -- Almost Doesn't Count
Mar. 10 -- A Magical Game
Mar. 3 -- Revenge of the Herds
Feb. 13 -- The Heat is On
Feb. 10 -- Left Out in the Cold
Feb. 3 -- We're Going Streaking!
Jan. 27 -- Trade Winds Blow
Jan. 23 -- Points a Plenty
Jan. 20 -- Give the King a Break
Jan. 13 -- Who's the Man?
Dec. 1 -- Welcome Back, Larry
Nov. 17 -- League Pass Surfing
Nov. 10 -- Setting OWGs Straight
Nov. 4 -- Season Underway
Oct. 27 -- The Central Is Stacked
Oct. 19 -- All Dressed Up
Oct. 14 -- LeBron Out Of Hospital
2004-05 -- Archive
2003-04 -- Archive