Kevin Durant wasn’t the first—and clearly not the last—to change teams with hopes of winning a ring in the NBA. Should fans really get upset about that?
The Cubs demote a catcher for assignment, Chris Paul heads to Houston, and so much more. Are you ready for the latest weekly quiz? Take your shot!
It’s tough to fault Rockets GM Daryl Morey for jumping at the chance to add a player like Chris Paul. But alongside Harden, it figures to be an odd fit.
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?
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 Cavs have spent so much money recently, that they won’t even be able to create actual max cap space. But there are still a few things to keep an eye on.
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 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?
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.