1. Which team(s) came out as a winner of this draft at the moment? Zach Oliver (@ZachOliverNBA): I think there’s a handful of teams that you could really consider winners in this draft. That said, a couple team’s really stood out to me: the Utah Jazz, and Charlotte Hornets. Utah got a player with a lot of potential in Dante Exum at four, and I think pairing him in the backcourt with Trey Burke could […]
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1. Which team(s) had should be disappointed in their draft? Zach Oliver (@ZachOliverNBA): I think there’s multiple teams here who should be disappointed. Toronto, Chicago, and Sacramento to name a few. I don’t really know what Toronto did, to be honest. I’m not convinced that this Bruno Caboclo guy they picked at 20 is real. Plus, he’s two years away from being two years away. […]
Alex Rose – Finally, some positive news is making its way out of Madison Square Garden headquarters, and it has nothing to do with Phil Jackson. On Monday, the New York Knicks announced news that they would become the seventh NBA team to fully own and operate their own NBA Developmental League […]
Zach Oliver – With the deadline for players to be bought out and be playoff eligible quickly approaching, we begin to see some of the big names that were bought out choose which team to latch on to for the balance of the season. While some names are bigger than others, and some players ill have much more profound impacts than others, there are still winners and losers from all […]
If there is one thing that DeQuan Jones is known for, it’s dunking. In his four years at the University of Miami, he had his fair share of rim-rattling dunks, most of which can be seen on YouTube. But the most memorable one of his […]
On Thursday, Victor Oladipo took some time out of his busy schedule to meet some Orlando Magic season-ticket holders and he shared a little secret with them: he didn’t want to be drafted by the Cleveland Cavaliers. The only problem is, whoever is in charge of the Orlando Magic’s twitter account made Oladipo’s […]
Between 1962 and 2005, a total of 43 NBA players were drafted straight out of high school. However, many of those draftees failed to live up to the lofty, and often unfair, expectations, leaving only a select few to have long and […]