Has post-modern basketball arrived?
The Lakers got better this summer, but were forced to settle when their top free agent targets signed elsewhere.
The Minnesota Timberwolves spent the 2015 offseason performing the real life equivalent of my NBA2k team. Essentially, they cut some salary and roster spots to make room for a coveted draft pick, re-signed the greatest Timberwolf of all time, a local kid returned home via draft night trade and snagged some European potential.
Sasha Kaun might provide depth down low for the Cavaliers in 2015-16.
A team desperate to turn things around, the Sacramento Kings gambled this offseason on moves that could pay off if things go right.
Blejica will test his skills in the NBA, five years after he was drafted.
Will the Nuggets be able to cope with the end of the Lawson era, or is this the beginning of a happier Denver tomorrow?
Aaron Harrison is yet another player on whom Charlotte has chosen to take a chance during a transformational summer.
On July 14, the Oklahoma City Thunder and Boston Celtics completed a trade that sent forward Perry Jones III and Detroit’s 2019 second-round pick to Boston in exchange for a conditional second-round pick in 2018.
The Lakers didn’t have the offseason they were hoping for, but they got better with smart moves from the front office and they could be competing again sooner rather than later.
A look back at some of the free agent signings made by lottery teams last week.
It’s not often a summer league roster has three first-round picks on it, not to mention a member of the 2015 All-Rookie First Team, but that’s exactly the case for the Los Angeles Lakers are they embark on the Las Vegas Summer League after the worst season in the history of the storied franchise. The […]
Gordon, Johnson star in Orlando and Utah summer leagues.
Free agent forward-center Greg Monroe left the Detroit Pistons in search of a new home this offseason. He didn’t go to New York or Los Angeles or any other team with cash to burn. The news was equally parts exciting for small market teams and legitimate interest in the Monroe fit with the Bucks.
Despite the fact that many of us are still laughing about Phil Jackson’s tweet during the playoffs and the boos at Barclays following Kristaps Porzingis’ no. 4 draft selection, the New York Knicks have quietly had a quality offseason. Moving past the immediate irony of Jackson drafting the Latvian project with a proclivity for shooting […]