Isolation scorers are less valuable than ever, but Carmelo Anthony remains really, really good at what he does. Still, he’s aging. And predictable.
Andrew Wiggins is on a dangerous track, and the two-way menace we imagined is slipping away. As for an area where he needs to improve, well… choose one.
The Cavs fired their GM, haven’t brought in any player of note, and now Kyrie wants out? If the Cavs are a sinking ship, it’s time to trade LeBron James.
Eric Bledsoe is the gateway Russell Westbrook, but health—and recently lack of consistent shooting ability—have become recurring issues. What’s it all mean?
Harrison Barnes was always meant for greater things as an individual talent, so along came the Mavs. Still, question marks surround his effort.
Milwaukee’s Khris Middleton is the league’s best role player. Thing is, though he’s not a “star” quite yet, there’s potential for him to become one.
Brook Lopez can shoot three-pointers now, which makes him pretty valuable. But injury history coupled with his overall role means a couple different things.
Jrue Holiday is above average across the board; there’s not a direct weakness in his game. He’s also not a star, and has become a significant injury risk.
Behind Chris Paul, Avery Bradley is the best defender on Earth below 6’3”. That goes a long way in covering deficiencies of others, but just how long?
Danny Green is the consummate three-and-D player. He can cover any wing; he can score without needing the ball. But there are already some worrying signs.
Kentavious Caldwell-Pope makes our NBA Top 50 list mainly because of his defense. Though, his playable three-point shooting helps. But what must he improve?
Throughout the offseason, we’ll be ranking the top players in the NBA from 50 to 1. Who just misses the cut? Which names will appear? Just be sure to check!
Throughout the offseason, we’ll be ranking the Top 50 players across the NBA. But from guys like Iguodala to Redick, who just missed out on that list?
The Jazz have won 5 playoff series since Karl Malone left. The team that could’ve won 60 games if healthy is gone. But teams would line up for Rudy Gobert..
In signing Paul Millsap, the Nuggets will be legitimately good for the next 2-3 seasons. And because of that, they’ll soon be able to take that next step.
The Pacers didn’t get any value whatsoever for Paul George while OKC may have just helped out the Los Angeles Lakers a year early. Good job everyone.
What’s the market for a player like Jeff Teague—one who expects $20 million per year but isn’t going to get it? Don’t think Doc Rivers won’t get desperate.