Think of all the things Marc Gasol is great at, then toss in him shooting 39 percent from three-point range last season. What are we dealing with here?
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.
The Brooklyn Nets figure to have a decent amount of cap space in the offseason, and Caldwell-Pope should be on their radar. But what else can they do?
The year is 2010, and the Brooklyn Nets have won the NBA Draft lottery. Landing John Wall is no small feat, but then they screw it all up.
The Nets are going to be a hopeless case for a while, but kudos to them for tanking now—even though they won’t have their own first-round pick until 2019.
Jahlil Okafor’s rookie season is a great example as to why versatility should be valued at the draft as much as, if not more than, individual talent.
A lesson worth repeating: Always build through the draft.
Will Toronto offer rising star Andre Drummond a max deal after the 2015 season concludes, or does his future lie elsewhere?
Analyzing how teams in the Atlantic Division fared this offseason.
Do big men DeAndre Jordan, Brook Lopez, and Greg Monroe have enough to convince a team to take a chance on them in free agency?
Will the Sixers’ tanking ruin their young players’ futures?
With a host of superstars set to hit the market in 2014, which team is primed to make a big haul?