For several years now, the Charlotte Hornets have been attempting to stave off a seemingly inevitable decline. Michael Jordan wants his team to be relevant, and ideally wants them to make the playoffs every year. Anyone expecting any other attitude from the most maniacally competitive player of the modern era has not been paying attention.
It’s not often that you see the blame for the collapse of a team’s season pinned on the loss of a role player, but that was exactly the case with last year’s Oklahoma City Thunder. Granted, Oklahoma City was just 29-20 when stalwart perimeter defender Andre Roberson went down for the year with a ruptured
A little more than a year ago, the New York Knicks signed Tim Hardaway Jr. to a four-year offer sheet with a maximum value of $71 million. From all but the most die-hard of Knicks fans, the deal was met with swift and brutal criticism. It had been just two years since the Knicks had
Back in 2015, there were five big men that came off the board before Myles Turner was selected by the Indiana Pacers with the No. 11 overall pick. Very quickly, though, Turner leapfrogged a few of the players ahead of him and proved himself one of the three best bigs in the class. As a
Prior to 2015 NBA Draft, pretty much everybody knew who the top three picks would be — Karl-Anthony Towns, D’Angelo Russell, and Jahlil Okafor were almost certainly coming off the board in some order; the only thing left up in the air was who would go where. Beyond that trio, one of the hottest names