As far as cities go, Los Angeles has produced the most current players with 19, and New York City comes in second with 16. More than half of the players produced in the state of New York come from New York City.
During last year's NBA lockout the players, in an effort to pay off those Bentleys, were looking for other streams of revenue. Veterans, superstars and rookies alike scrambled to book nights at clubs across the country. Here are the top ten.
Yesterday I caught up with two of our good radio friends, 56 Sports Radio in Memphis and "The Odd Couple" 610 Sports Radio in Houston, to break down the NBA Lockout every which way, and offer some analysis on the NBA Draft.
Stern and the NBA's owners claim the league lost nearly $400 million last season. Stern argues that changes need to be made to the collective bargaining agreement. Specifically, players have to accept less money.