Since we’ve been talking about the latest transfers in the National Basketball Association, we’re back again to show you a couple of the most recent news from the scene. These deals are not only important to fans, but they’re of the utmost importance to every basketball follower out there. If you want to start betting on basketball on your mobile phone or your computer, you should definitely be up to date with the latest news from the basketball world.
Today, the first piece of news comes from the 76ers, where Andrew Bynum was introduced as a member of the team on Wednesday. He was greeted by no less than 2,000 supportive fans and he said his experience with the team was outstanding so far. Bynum is a 24 year old, 7 foot pro basketball player that began his career at the Los Angeles Lakers back in 2005, when he was picked 10th overall in the first round by the LA team. During his career, he was NBA champion twice in a row, in 2009 and 2010, and made the NBA All-Star team this year, in 2012. He got transferred to the 76ers in a four-team deal, and he will be seen with the number 33 for his new team.
In other news, the Phoenix Suns have just announced that they have signed on Jermaine O’Neal. The 33 year old 6 ft 11 forward center has had a long career in the NBA, which started in 1996, when he was drafted in the first round and was the 17th overall pick. He was picked by the Portland Trail Blazers, and played with them for 4 seasons, until 2000. Then he moved on to the Indiana Pacers, where he played for 8 consecutive seasons. He then moved up north, playing for the Toronto Raptors for a season, before returning to the NBA to the Miami Heat (2009-2010) and the Boston Celtics (2010-2012). He has now signed a one year contract with the Phoenix Suns, and team officials say that they’re looking forward to his contributions on the field.
All in all, as we’ve said before, a lot of troop movements on the NBA front, and we’re expecting to see a lot more action once the games kick off. Check back tomorrow for more news from the NBA!