The Sports Post weekly quiz returns! This time we’ve got questions on Lonzo Ball, Paul George, Carson Palmer and so much more. Are you ready?
The Pacers didn’t get any value whatsoever for Paul George while OKC may have just helped out the Los Angeles Lakers a year early. Good job everyone.
What did the Lakers expect out of D’Angelo Russell after mishandling him so badly for 2 years? Do they really think they can get PG-13 AND LeBron? Really?
Recently, we talked about the Cavs moving Kevin Love. Now after Paul George revealed his wishes, we’ve got more possibilities. What’s the likeliest outcome?
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 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 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.
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…
If Lonzo Ball, Malik Monk and other Top NBA Draft prospects could choose their team, where would they go? We find the best fits of 10 top prospects.
Cousins has moved while George and Butler stay put… for now. But what trades haven’t we considered? Russell Westbrook and Damian Lillard, for starters.
The Pacers had their chance to trade superstar Paul George while the price was at its highest. Instead they didn’t, and now that window is closed for good.
The year is 2018, and DeMarcus Cousins, Russell Westbrook, Paul George, and Carmelo Anthony all hit the open market. Who goes where?
Are we entering a time in which Sacramento is willing to trade DeMarcus Cousins? Just in case, we break down every team’s chances of acquiring the big man.
Paul George is really good, and there’s not much more to it than that. But if we had to pick a flaw in his game, it would be shot selection.
If Davis can stay healthy, he’ll be among the 15-20 best to ever play. With his body type, injury is always a worry. Plus, his defense should be better.
Entering the offseason, the Pacers wanted to go in smaller and faster direction. But you need shooters for that, something Indiana doesn’t really have.
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?