Until a few years ago it appeared that Nike held a monopoly on the NBA’s shoe market. Adidas has become one of the hottest shoe brands over the last few years after making deals with James Harden, Derrick Rose, and Damian Lillard. Under Armour also burst.
by: Nate Silver — Five Thirty Eight 49m
We usually don’t release our CARMELO NBA projections until after the NBA draft. But this year, in an effort to procrastinate from other modelling-related tasks,…
by: Jace Frederick — Pioneer Press 2h
It is the same question facing every team with a first-round pick entering every pro sports draft: use the pick you have, or trade it? For the Timberwolves, that decision carries extra weight this …
by: Dane Moore — Zone Coverage 2h
When the Minnesota Timberwolves walked off the floor for the final time of the 2017-18 -- or in the case of Jimmy Butler, limped off with a knee wrapped in ice packs -- it was clear that this team just didn't have enough to compete in the Western...
by: Luke Lapinski — Arizona Sports 7h
The Phoenix Suns picked a good year to finally win the draft lottery. The 2018 draft class is loaded and top-heavy, but the Suns still have a choice to make.
by: N/A — Give Me Sport 8h
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by: Matt John — Basketball Insiders 10h
Plenty has been made about where LeBron goes this summer, but not much has been made about what Cleveland will do if he leaves.
by: Rexwell Villas — Clutchpoints 11h
The Minnesota Timberwolves are not a lottery team this year after ending their playoff drought. Nevertheless, the No. 20 pick in the 2018 NBA Draft they hold in the first round holds significant value, which the team will be looking to maximize by trying.
by: Associated Press — Star Tribune 21h
Shooters, stoppers and sleepers: Who might the Wolves take at No. 20 in Thursday's NBA draft?
by: Mark Strotman — NBC Sports Chicago 19 Jun
Collin Sexton played for a former NBA coach, excels in transition and pick and roll, and brings a nasty personality to the game. He's exactly what the Bulls need.
by: Dan Wolken, USA TODAY — USA Today 19 Jun
The odds of landing a good player in the NBA draft are poor, so why do we keep hyping up these guys year after year?
by: Sam Penix — Cavs Nation 19 Jun
Ever since LeBron James returned to the Cleveland Cavaliers in 2014 and Andrew Wiggins was traded for Kevin Love, young and talented players have been few and far between for the Cavs. At the trade deadline during the 2017-2018 season, Cleveland was able.