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!
We’ve got NBA and NHL Drafts to discuss. There was some controversy across MLB and UFC recently. Have you been paying attention? Take our latest quiz!
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.
In the seemingly never-ending LeBron/MJ debate, where does King James stand? And, how much did this recent NBA Finals loss impact his legacy?
Smart NBA teams would view Nikola Mirotić as an asset, but here’s the thing: the Bulls aren’t all that smart. But what makes the Hawks his destination?
Never underestimate the fun factor when it comes to a professional athlete. Would Blake Griffin rather be beloved in Miami or tolerated in Los Angeles?
From the 2016 Warriors to the New York Giants and 1987 Minnesota Twins, the best team in the regular season is never guaranteed a championship.
Recently, we talked about the Cavs moving Kevin Love. Now after Paul George revealed his wishes, we’ve got more possibilities. What’s the likeliest outcome?
Both Nerlens Noel and Kentavious Caldwell-Pope deserve the max, and should get it. But between the two, which player would you rather have at that price?
Everywhere you look, Lebron’s legacy remains intact. Should it? With all these comparisons to MJ, let’s take a step back for just a moment and think again.
After going so long without a slip-up, Danny Ainge and the Celtics just made it that much harder for themselves to get that franchise-altering superstar.
Patty Mills should’ve made more money than the Spurs gave him. Now that the market’s pretty different from a few years ago, why will the Hawks come calling?