Don’t let his 40-point performance against the Cavaliers fool you—D’Angelo Russell has been rather underwhelming thus far. Just how much, you ask? Well…
Have you ever played Knockout? Well, what if we could get every NBA player in the game together for a league-wide game? And, who’s best built for it?
An NBA superstar was available for pennies on the dollar, so how’d so many miss on Cousins? If history is any indicator, these trades happen in clusters.
Is Nikola Jokić Denver’s franchise player? It’s tough to say right now, but we do know that he’s good—very good. And he’s only 21 years old.
Ideally, the leaders of a union are supposed to represent everybody. Looking at the new NBA CBA, that’s not exactly how LeBron and friends played it.
For what felt like forever, the Clippers struggled to find that fifth player—the one to tie it all together. In Luc Richard Mbah a Moute, they have him.
Many believe it’s a lock that the Golden State Warriors will be the 2016-17 NBA champions. Not so fast—here’s three teams that can challenge the Big Four.
The New York Knicks don’t get Carmelo Anthony, the Nets do. Instead, New York gets Chris Paul. But that is only the beginning.
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.
At the time of the deal, nobody thinks much of the New York Knicks trading for Kyle Lowry. But soon, the rest of the league is forced to take notice.
This could be the year when the Los Angeles Clippers have the right amount of depth. Will it be enough? And, could the band break up after this season?
Chris Paul is the perfect PG, and still at his peak, has defied how long great ones typically last. But sometimes, his temperament is costly.
Westbrook had 18 triple-doubles last year. He rebounds & passes like a madman. Still, his shot selection remains bad. Sometimes, he just needs to slow down.
Kawhi Leonard’s defense is second to nobody, and he is afraid of no man on the court. So as we start to split hairs, what keeps him out of the Top 5?
The John Wall Effect is real, folks. No point guard is better at creating open three-pointers for his teammates than John Wall. But that’s not all.
J.J. Redick is 32 years old and about to start his 11th NBA season. For all he does, it’s long past time we start giving him the credit he deserves.
Last year we took a look at some all-time records that were being threatened. Where does each record holder stand now, and could any be broken this year?