The Houston Rockets aren’t done yet. Adding Chris Paul gives them the ability to add a third star, but what would they have to do to get there?
The New Orleans Pelicans are in a very precarious situation and Jrue Holiday has all of the leverage. So, just how precarious is said situation?
The Magic are neither winning nor are they fun. They should probably tank, but history suggests they won’t. So where does Danilo Gallinari fit in all this?
Gordon Hayward is likely Boston-bound. And if there’s one thing we know about Utah it’s that they won’t tank. So how much will they have to pay George Hill?
Would the Bulls have been any closer to a championship this season had they kept Jimmy Butler? Sometimes, you’ve got to take a risk and change things up.
Curry deserves the max; what will KD demand? It’s not going to be cheap, so what makes us so certain that all of the Warriors major players will be back?
The Raptors wouldn’t have traded for Serge Ibaka well ahead of the deadline without some assurances he’d stick around. The question will be: for how much?
J.J. Redick doesn’t need to chase a ring yet; he deserves his payday. The 76ers have more financial flexibility than anyone, and they really need a shooter.
The Timberwolves won the direct portion of the Jimmy Butler deal with ease. But for the Bulls especially, it’s about what they do with the indirect assets.
We can’t say with certainty how the 2017 NBA Draft Class will turn out. But from Monk & Fox to Tatum & Collins, who fits with their new team? Who doesn’t?
It’s no wonder the Warriors are the NBA’s best; how’d they get Jordan Bell? And, hear us out—we think the Kings just had the best draft. We know, we know.
The Celtics got their man; that’s that. Meanwhile, the Hornets reversed a trend & the Knicks missed an opportunity. It’s time for NBA Draft grades out East!
It doesn’t matter how many NBA titles Phil Jackson has won, you don’t trade Kristaps Porziņģis. But hopefully, James Dolan wouldn’t let it get that far.
What did the Lakers expect out of D’Angelo Russell after mishandling him so badly for 2 years? Do they really think they can get PG-13 AND LeBron? Really?
Remember when Dwight Howard got traded yesterday? Good times. The chatter lasted all of 5 minutes. But that’s not fair. Howard still has plenty to offer.
Jimmy Butler reportedly told the Cavs he wants to stay in Chicago, but let’s take a step back. What makes Butler a better fit for the Cavs than Paul George?
It’ll be for a lot less than what Dion Waiters expected to make somewhat recently, but as far as compromises go, sticking with the Heat wouldn’t be so bad.