The Washington Post’s Tim Bontemps places Portland’s summer moves in the "lean losers" category.
by: Nick Ashooh — NBC Sports Washington 1h
NBA.com's annual rookie survery talks to this year's class everything from frontrunner for Rookie of the Year, to what they need to most improve in the league.
by: Matt George Moore — Fansided: The Rip City Project 20h
Add another NBA expert to the list of folks who don't think the Portland Trail Blazers are gonna do all that much in 2018-2019. It's another darn smoky day...
by: Tim Bontemps — The Denver Post 20 Aug
We are a little more than halfway through the NBA offseason. That makes right now — the in-between place, when those whose lives revolve around basketball take a deep breath before diving bac…
by: Tim Bontemps — Chicago Tribune 20 Aug
The obvious NBA winners in the West were the Lakers, Mavericks, Thunder and Grizzlies. The clear losers were the Lakers and Kings. (Yes, you read that right.)
by: Brian Boake — Fansided: Raptors Rapture 20 Aug
The Raptors enjoy depth at the point guard position. Jockeying for second spot on the depth chart is Delon Wright, who gets big props for his prowess in a ...
by: NBC Sports Washington — Yahoo Sports 10h
GM Sam Presti and the Oklahoma City Thunder again led the way this offseason with another productive summer.
by: Tom Dowd — NBA 17 Aug
Brooklyn Nets guard Spencer Dinwiddie is looking forward to the new season and welcoming some new teammates.
by: Alonzo Warond — Fadeaway World 17 Aug
Free agency always brings a lot of surprises and even though some insiders and heart felt fans may be aware of what
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?
by: Katie Thompson — The Sports Daily: Oregon Sports News 17 Aug
The Portland Trail Blazers may have only had the 24th pick in the first round this year, but they hit the lottery for opening night.
by: Kristian Winfield — SB Nation: Nets Daily 17 Aug
Walker also talked about how Shabazz Napier fits in Brooklyn.