Does he have a point?
There’s reason to believe the Joel Embiid extension wasn’t as risky as we may think.
A change of scenery can do wonders for an athlete. Just ask Buddy Hield.
Kristaps Porziņģis is undoubtedly a special player. The thing is, his potential is so ridiculous that we just turn him into the player we want him to be.
Isolation scorers are less valuable than ever, but Carmelo Anthony remains really, really good at what he does. Still, he’s aging. And predictable.
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.
Orlando picked in the top-five three out of four years, with two other lottery picks as well—yet, they produced nothing. How can the Magic get it right?
Best case scenario, you could expect a surprisingly good New York Knicks squad. The star-power is there, as is the defense. So, what’s missing?
If Giannis Antetokounmpo reaches his full potential, watch out. Even with his flaws, that’s just how good he is right now. So where can he improve?
Carmelo Anthony took a step forward last season—no small feat for a 32-year-old. He was better defensively, more physical, and became more of a team player.
Throughout the offseason, we’ve been ranking the Top 50 players ahead of the 2016-2017 season. How well does our list match up with yours?
We’ve never seen anything quite like Kristaps Porziņģis before, but we know he’s damn good. Now, how good can he be? It’s a scary thought.
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.
There’s a word we use to describe players like Serge Ibaka: unicorn. That’s what he is, but for all the stuff he does well, a few question marks remain.
The New York Knicks traded for Derrick Rose, and didn’t have to give up much. Now, it all depends on the direction they take.
Now that he’s done playing, Kobe Bryant’s going to find himself having plenty of time on his hands. So why doesn’t he just come coach Phil Jackson’s Knicks?
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.