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 Portland Trailblazers will be over the cap for the foreseeable future. So what moves can they make? And, how can they make them? We have a few ideas…
P.J. Tucker is the rare player who fits on just about any roster in basketball. And right now, perhaps no roster is a better fit than the T-Wolves. But why?
It’s been a while since the Nuggets were in this good of a position. But they need a power forward, and especially a point guard. What can they do?
The NBA Finals is approaching, and for the third straight season it will be the Warriors facing off against the Cavs. But which team has more to lose?
Unless the Spurs get a commitment from a point guard (Paul, Irving or Hill), look for them to play both sides of the cap game. If that happens, then what?
The Pelicans may be our best chance to punish smaller opponents that have taken over the NBA. It just means reversing a long trend of dumb decision-making.
Is Eric Gordon going to be the odd man out for the Rockets this offseason? If they want Paul Millsap or Gordon Hayward, it may have to be Ryan Anderson.
Had Kawhi Leonard not gotten injured, Spurs likely would’ve taken Game 1 from the Warriors. So can the chaos they created be sustained without him?
This Spurs-Warriors matchup is one we needed two years ago, which makes this series compelling for an entirely different set of reasons.
Looking at the Warriors cap situation, it all depends on what Kevin Durant decides. But his decision might impact so much more than just that team.
Game 6 of Rockets/Spurs reflected exactly what the end of Game 5 showed: Harden and company had run out of gas. That falls at the feet of Mike D’Antoni
The Clippers are a mess financially, and aren’t winning a title with their current roster—that much is clear. But, would they just tear it all down now?
The Lakers are essentially at their max cap space ($23.2 million), but have no reason to spend yet. That comes in 2018, when George and Westbrook are FAs.
If the Sacramento Kings want max cap space, they’ve got it. And better yet, they’ve got very little to worry about in the short-term.
The Suns rebuild appears to finally be here. So, what does that mean for the offseason? Well, it turns out they can clear space in several different ways.