The Raptors are about to get quite expensive. Fortunately, we’ve come up with a five-step plan that will help reduce payroll while keeping them competitive.
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?
The Raptors figured they needed a notable big man to push them over the top, but the player they want in Serge Ibaka no longer exists.
We knew Russell Westbrook would score and handle the ball more once Kevin Durant departed OKC, but where is all of this rebounding coming from?
The Magic have Serge Ibaka; they have a lot of athleticism and length on defense. But do all of the pieces fit? If anything, they’re trying to compete.
The defensive and rebounding ability of Steven Adams cannot be overstated, but his work on offense has some way to go. Still, his value is only improving.
If you’re looking to build the perfect role player, you’ll get Nicolas Batum. But at the end of the day, he’s still just that.
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.
Ben Simmons comes in at No. 49 for all of the things he’ll be able to do right away. However, there are plenty of things he’ll need to improve upon.
The Orlando Magic overpaid for Serge Ibaka, but for the first time since the Dwight Howard years, their roster actually makes sense.
Four years ago, Oklahoma City traded James Harden. In acquiring Victor Oladipo from the Orlando Magic, this is their attempt to remedy that.
Could OKC actually sign Blake Griffin when he becomes a free agent? Yes, but it would be extremely difficult.
With another season drawing to a close, the Thunder don’t know what their best lineup is. We’re here to help.
If only Dion Waiters had been born a decade or two earlier. How much could the inefficient shooter fetch as a free agent?
We’ve come up with our 10 most one-sided NBA trades of the last 10 years. But first, let’s set some ground rules.
A new batch of big men have added the three-point shot to their offensive arsenals.
Five NBA all-time records potentially in danger of falling, and the candidates to break those records.