Last week, the NBA released the 2018-19 schedule for all 30 teams in the league. Unlike the last four years, the Cleveland Cavaliers will be seen much less on national television.
by: Corey Hansford — Lakers Nation 9h
Golden State Warriors Finals MVP Kevin Durant praised Los Angeles Lakers forward LeBron James breaking down the barriers for NBA superstars.
by: Grayson Moore — Fansided: Nugg Love 22h
The Denver Nuggets have a love-hate relationship with advanced statistics. Usually, the difference comes when discerning between offensive and defensive st...
by: Kenneth Teape — Fansided: Lake Show Life 19 Aug
Rajon Rondo is ready and willing to do whatever it takes to help the Los Angeles Lakers win, including helping develop Lonzo Ball. The Los Angeles Lakers r...
by: Ben Beecken — Fansided: Dunking with Wolves 18 Aug
In the midst of the superteam era, are the Minnesota Timberwolves considered a superteam as currently constructed? If so, where do they rank league-wide?...
by: NBC Sports Philadelphia — Yahoo Sports 18 Aug
Clippers owner Steve Ballmer took a shot at the Sixers about tanking, which seems misguided since the two teams are headed in opposite directions. By Matt Haughton
by: SportsDayDFW.com — Dallas Morning News 18 Aug
Here are five things to know about new Dallas Mavericks forward Kostas Antetokounmpo.
by: James Siegle — Fansided: Nugg Love 18 Aug
The Denver Nuggets, NBA and Michael Porter Jr on draft night: Michael Porter Jr. represents a movement across the NBA. This is a trend that plagues many te...
by: Danny Small — Cavs Nation 17 Aug
The Cleveland Cavaliers are finalizing their roster for 2018-19. As it stands, the Cavs have 12 roster spots confirmed and according to Bobby Marks of ESPN, they are reserving two roster spots for Rodney Hood and David Nwaba. The two sides have yet to...
by: Brandon Ewing — Mile High Sports 17 Aug
The scribes at Mile High Sports came together to take a collective look at how great the Denver Nuggets offense can be in 2018-19.
by: Ricky Doyle — NESN 17 Aug
The Boston Celtics might be the best team in the Eastern Conference. They might even be a legitimate threat to the Golden State Warriors’ chances of winning a fourth NBA title in five years. …
by: https://www.givemesport.com/bryan-toporek — Give Me Sport 17 Aug
Having made four consecutive NBA Finals, Golden State are dominant - who can end that streak?