- The Philadelphia 76ers have decided that they enjoyed the work that Tony DiLeo did in helping to acquire All Star big man Andrew Bynum because they have named him as their next general manager. DiLeo has been in the 76ers front office for over twenty years and he was serving as the team's senior vice president.
- Golden State Warriors guard Stephen Curry has been cleared to resume participating in all basketball related activities. Curry missed 40 games last season due to an injury to his right ankle and has recently had surgery to repair it.
- Phoenix Suns forward Channing Frye has been ruled out indefinitely after a team physical revealed that he had an enlarged heart.
- While speaking to Jared Zwirling of ESPN.com, former NBA All Star Tim Hardaway offered some advice to the Chicago Bulls' Derrick Rose. He is encouraging Rose to take his time coming back and even suggested that the former MVP should sit out this up coming season.
- After 12 seasons in the NBA, Boston Celtics guard Keyon Dooling is retiring from the game. Dooling began his career with the Los Angeles Clippers after being drafted and traded by the Orlando Magic. Dooling would later go on to play for the Magic as well as the Miami Heat, the New Jersey Nets and Milwaukee Bucks before finishing with the Boston Celtics.
- The Atlanta Hawks and SportSouth have agreed for the station to televise 75 of the 82 games in the 2012-13 season. The cast will continue as it were last season with long time play by play announcer Bob Rathbun and his partner (Atlanta Hawks VP of Basketball Operations) Dominique Wilkins with Jerome Jurenovich on the sidelines.
Tags: Atlanta, Atlanta Hawks, Basketball, Channing Frye, Derrick Rose, Dominique Wilkins, Keyon Dooling, NBA, Stephen Curry, Tony DiLeo
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