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…
What does Wall, Butler, Hayward, Davis and Cousins have in common? They’re stars on under-performers. And only one team is trending in the right direction.
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.
John Wall, this transcendent point guard, is still stuck on this no good, very boring Wizards team. One that had quite the forgettable offseason.
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.
What if we lived in a world where Blake Griffin couldn’t dunk? Well, it wouldn’t matter all that much, because Blake Griffin can do just about anything.
It’s Draft Night 2012, and the Washington Wizards ship just-drafted Bradley Beal along with Trevor Ariza to OKC for James Harden. What happens next?
A max contract for Bradley Beal? We’re not seeing. In fact, outside of his three-point shooting, we’re not seeing much at all.
It’s only been three games, but Karl-Anthony Towns has already shown that he’s going to be quite the player.
No move has been more damaging to the Pistons’ chance to build a long-term contender again than this, one of Joe Dumars’ final trades.
The Raptors’ lack of defensive intensity earned them an early summer vacation.
The Wizards were fortunate to take Game 1, but they’ll have to handle Toronto’s double-teams better if they want to win the series.
Which players’ moves are best suited for the playground?
Can’t have an All-Star game without a few snubs.
The Wizards are in the playoff hunt, but they’ve got plenty of room for improvement.