Is Eric Gordon going to be the odd man out for the Rockets this offseason? If they want Paul Millsap or Gordon Hayward, it may have to be Ryan Anderson.
Boston took Game 3 Sunday night, so, hooray…? That just means we’ll have to wait one game more to get to the Finals. So how can we make this interesting?
We get the Mavericks wanting to send Dirk off properly, but at what cost? Still, at least they got their championship—no matter how ugly this ending gets.
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.
If the Bucks hope to have any cap space this offseason, Greg Monroe will have to opt out. What could potentially happen then?
The Celtics got the No. 1 pick; great—but they’ve got big decisions to make. No. 8 doesn’t help NY and Orlando is a mess, but how about those Lakers?
The Indiana Pacers are running out of time to answer this question: Should we take one last shot at building a contender around Paul George?
The NBA Draft Lottery has come and gone, so I’m sure you want to hear all about the winners and losers, right? Well, how about the losers and losers?
The Bulls want to get younger, yet they’ll probably be paying D-Wade a whole lot next season. Then there’s Jimmy Butler. So why shouldn’t they spend yet?
For all the laughing we do at the Kings and Knicks expense, there’s arguably no roster you’d want to have less than the Pistons. What is going on here?
Had Kawhi Leonard not gotten injured, Spurs likely would’ve taken Game 1 from the Warriors. So can the chaos they created be sustained without him?
This Spurs-Warriors matchup is one we needed two years ago, which makes this series compelling for an entirely different set of reasons.
Looking at the Warriors cap situation, it all depends on what Kevin Durant decides. But his decision might impact so much more than just that team.
Game 6 of Rockets/Spurs reflected exactly what the end of Game 5 showed: Harden and company had run out of gas. That falls at the feet of Mike D’Antoni
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 Lakers are essentially at their max cap space ($23.2 million), but have no reason to spend yet. That comes in 2018, when George and Westbrook are FAs.
If the Sacramento Kings want max cap space, they’ve got it. And better yet, they’ve got very little to worry about in the short-term.