With the regular season over, 14 teams find themselves out of the playoffs and lefts Previous Rankings: 3/31 The regular season is over, and 14 teams have little to look forward to until the draft lottery on May 17th. Since this is the final edition of the Powerless Rankings this season, these final rankings will be based […]
The final games of the 2014-15 NBA regular season were played on Wednesday with seven different games carrying playoff implications. Some games determined seeding for the playoffs, other games were for the right to get in.
In an interview with Brett Jensen of Fox Sports, Al Jefferson explained he remains committed to the Hornets, and wants to return next season:
“If I had my way, I’d finish my career here,” he said. “I feel like I helped start this and I want to finish it. … I love the city, I love my teammates, I love Coach (Steve Clifford) and the coaching staff. … It’s still something that I have to still talk to my agent any my peeps about, but I can’t see myself leaving, honestly. Right here, right now, I can’t see myself leaving.”
Jefferson signed a three-year, $41 million contract with the Hornets two seasons ago. The final year includes a player option, and Jefferson’s comments suggest he has all intentions of opting in.
What top prospects for the 2015 NBA Draft and beyond made the best impression at the Nike Hoop Summit?
On Saturday night, the New York Knicks and Orlando Magic set an NBA record by combining to score 15 points, an all-time low for a single quarter.
The Philadelphia 76ers are still a work in progress, but they have shown marked improvement on defense this season.
The former Kentucky center has brought his team to another level with his defensive play, and his rookie statistics rival those of NBA greats.
In this week’s episode, we discussed a wide range of topics from the Pelicans and Thunder, PG’s return, and how much Brook Lopez is worth in free agency.
How did the top prospects from Duke and Wisconsin fare in the final college basketball game of the year?
The Oklahoma City Thunder and New Orleans Pelicans find themselves deadlocked, after more than five months of posturing, in a fight for the last playoff in the Western Confrerence with a week to go in the regular season.
Saturday was a tale of two games in Indianapolis as the Duke Blue Devils secured a big win over seventh-seeded Michigan State while the Wisconsin Badgers overcame the undefeated Kentucky Wildcats and referees to avenge last season’s loss at the same stage of the competition.
Earlier this week, I looked at Enes Kanter’s numbers and how the Thunder traded up for offense while trading down defensively. The numbers showed that Kanter was a detractor to the Thunder’s overall plus/minus ranking by a margin of over 3.5 points when he is on the court as opposed to when he is on […]
Which NBA prospect will leave their mark of the 2015 Final Four and elevate his draft stock?
The Celtics are in the thick of the Eastern Conference playoff race despite being in rebuilding mode. But is this good or bad for the franchise?
Our draft expert Zach Reynolds joins the podcast to discuss the NBA and the prospects in this year’s NCAA Final Four.