Don’t worry, Wiggins still went No. 1.
The Minnesota Timberwolves are absolutely loaded with high-upside talent and players who could emerge as critical pieces, but the team featured little in the way of veteran leadership and presence. Over the offseason, Flip Saunders and company have complimented their fountain of youth with a trio of elders, most recently signing Tayshaun Prince.
When we said last week that our podcast would be recorded every Tuesday or Thursday, we meant it. Still, we had to break that promise, thanks to some major delays in the installation of James’ brand new internet service. Finally though, we were able to record, and to thank you for waiting patiently, we will […]
Is the NBA dream finally over for the former prodigy?
Stanley Johnson is one a few rookies that could make an immediate impact this season.
How many one-and-done prospects will land in the lottery in 2016?
If the gods bless KD and OKC with good health, could this be the year they reach the NBA’s summit?
The Phoenix Suns had a busy offseason, looking to acquire talent they hope will help turn up the heat in the Western Conference and help move them back into the playoffs.
After a long hiatus, The Lottery Mafia Podcast has returned. Get excited.
A couple of intriguing international prospects highlighted a fairly quiet offseason for the Jazz.
With Paul George back, anything is possible for this new-look Pacers roster.
All things considered, Miami had a magnificent summer.
After the Lance Stephenson experiment went south, the Hornets opted for a new kind of crazy, bringing the Linsanity back to the East coast along with Frank the Tank and Tyler Hansbrough.
The Pistons used this summer to acquire players that fit Stan Van Gundy’s style of offense.
Darrell Arthur might still be re-signed, but there’s likely not much left on the Nuggets’ summer agenda.