Important Trades Happening, Player Options Declined Before Start of Free Agency

Free agency starts at 6 PM Eastern Time on June 30th, and before free agency starts, there's generally a decent amount of buzz. Yesterday was the deadline for players who have a player option to opt in or out, and enter unrestricted free agency. Kyrie Irving made possibly the most noise by opting into his … Continue reading Important Trades Happening, Player Options Declined Before Start of Free Agency

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Report: John Wall Agrees to Buyout With Rockets, Plans to Sign with Clippers

In some more of the latest offseason news, John Wall and the Houston Rockets have agreed to a buyout, in which the team will pay him the rest of his salary and he will become a free agent. Wall has been a member of the Rockets since the 2020-21 season, but didn't play at all … Continue reading Report: John Wall Agrees to Buyout With Rockets, Plans to Sign with Clippers

NBA Draft Live Updates: Picks Reveal, Trades To Be Announced

In case you aren't able to watch the draft, or you want to see the picks announced earlier then they will be on TV, then this is the place for you. Plus, inevitable trades will be broken down here along with prospects and why they fit/don't fit with the teams that drafted them. Make sure … Continue reading NBA Draft Live Updates: Picks Reveal, Trades To Be Announced

Grading the Jerami Grant Trade, and Looking at Portland Free Agent Options

Jerami Grant has been traded to the Portland Trail Blazers in the second impactful trade of the 2022 offseason. Portland Receives:Detroit Receives:Jerami Grant2022 second-round pick swap (No. 36)2022 second-round pick swap (No. 46)2025 first-round pick (via Milwaukee) 2025 second-round pick Adrian Wojnarowski, who broke the news for this trade, said the Blazers will also send "the … Continue reading Grading the Jerami Grant Trade, and Looking at Portland Free Agent Options

Report: Christian Wood Traded to Mavericks

The offseason has started for 28 of 30 NBA teams, and some of them aren't failing to quickly make moves. Among those teams are the Dallas Mavericks and Houston Rockets, who just agreed to a trade. In this trade, the Mavericks are receiving Christian Wood, while the Rockets will get Boban Marjanovic, Trey Burke, Marquese … Continue reading Report: Christian Wood Traded to Mavericks

5 Reasons Why Harden Will Have a Big Year in 2023

The Philadelphia 76ers had an underwhelming 2022 playoff run, resulting in a second round exit coming at the hands of Jimmy Butler and the Miami Heat. Joel Embiid fractured an orbital bone in the first round, and James Harden just didn't look like himself in the playoffs. When Harden dropped 31 points in Game Four, … Continue reading 5 Reasons Why Harden Will Have a Big Year in 2023

Breaking Down Game Three of the NBA Finals Quarter by Quarter

Good morning! The Boston Celtics overcame the Golden State Warriors' third quarter surge to take a 2-1 lead in the 2022 NBA Finals. If you're on the East Coast and didn't watch the whole game, I can't blame you, as it finished around 11:30 PM EST. Here's a recap of the game quarter by quarter, … Continue reading Breaking Down Game Three of the NBA Finals Quarter by Quarter

Report: Quin Snyder, Utah Jazz Part Ways

After eight seasons with the Utah Jazz, Quin Snyder has decided to resign from the position of head coach. During his time with the Jazz, Snyder led the team to six straight playoff births, although they failed to reach the Western Conference Finals. He leaves the team as their second-winningest Head Coach of all time, … Continue reading Report: Quin Snyder, Utah Jazz Part Ways

The Mavericks Are a Fun Team, but History Isn’t On Their Side

The Dallas Mavericks lost Game Two of the Western Conference Finals to the Golden State Warriors after leading by 19 in the second quarter. While this isn't a new scene during the 2022 playoffs (there have been many instances of teams coming back from a large deficit to win a game), the Mavericks in particular … Continue reading The Mavericks Are a Fun Team, but History Isn’t On Their Side