Kevin Love and Bradley Beal can relate. During the Washington Wizards' win over the Cleveland Cavaliers last night, Beal fell to the floor
by: Tommy Beer — Forbes 24 Jan
Not only have the Knicks been unable to convince superstars to sign in New York, but there likely won't be a player worthy of max money in 2020 (assuming Anthony Davis re-signs the monster contract the Lakers will offer him).
by: Giovanni Spillman — Fansided: Swarm and Sting 21 Jan
While going through a tough stretch in January, the Charlotte Hornets finally look ready to start rebuilding this offseason with a good draft pick. The Cha...
by: Rick Bonnell — Charlotte Observer 20 Jan
The Hornets have plenty of young players, why not trade one for a veteran?
by: Chad Smith — Basketball Insiders 19 Jan
The momentum train in Phoenix may have slowed down, but the Suns are still rolling along nicely. There has been a myriad of changes since last season, but one acquisition, in particular, has been invaluable to the franchise's major turnaround.
by: Jack Winter — Basketball Insiders 18 Jan
Zion Williamson has yet to play in the NBA. But as Brandon Ingram continues turning heads, it's easy to envision he and Williamson leading the Pelicans to perennial title contention – and their snug positional and stylistic fit is the biggest reason...
NBA trade deadline 2020: From Danilo Gallinari to Chris Paul, 99 players who could be moved before Feb. 6 - CBSSports.com
by: James Herbert @outsidethenba Jan 17, 2020 at 11:51 am ET • 32 min read — CBS Sports 17 Jan
A look at the big names and not-so-big names worth discussing in between now and this season's trade deadline
by: Drew Maresca — Basketball Insiders 17 Jan
Like all divisions, teams of the Southeast Division have their specific preferences pertaining to players they'd like to move from their rosters. Drew Maresca identifies six players he feels teams might move before the Feb. 6 trade deadline.
by: Tim Bontemps, ESPN — ESPN 20 Jan
LeBron James and Kemba Walker have met 28 times, all wins for LeBron. Will being a part of the storied Lakers-Celtics rivalry change that history?
NBA Midseason Grades: Lakers, Bucks have surprise company among teams with highest marks - CBSSports.com
by: Sam Quinn Jan 15, 2020 at 3:20 pm ET • 48 min read — CBS Sports 15 Jan
Several teams check in at the halfway point with A grades, while many others are hoping things improve from this point on
by: Rick Bonnell — Charlotte Observer 15 Jan
The numbers back up Charlotte Hornets coach James Borrego: Paychecks don’t dictate playing time.
by: Adam Zagoria — Forbes 11 Jan
Kyrie Irving hopes to return to the court with the Nets within the next week after being out since November with a shoulder impingement.