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Detroit Pistons Ink Two Centers on Day One of Free Agency
Adam Taylor McKillop - Nov 20, 2020

On Friday, the Detroit Pistons kicked off day one of NBA free agency by signing a pair of centers in Mason Plumlee and Jahlil Okafor. ESPN’s Adrian Wojnarowski broke the news via Twitter on Friday afternoon.  Plumlee’s agent, Mark Bartelstein, revealed his deal is worth three years and more than $25 million. Wojnarowski also broke […]

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Anthony Davis Signs Max Contract with Los Angeles Lakers
Adam Taylor McKillop - Dec 3, 2020

The good news for Los Angeles Laker fans keeps on coming. Just one day after reaching a two-year contract extension with superstar LeBron James, the Lakers signed a five-year, $190 million maximum contract with Anthony Davis. Klutch Sports CEO and founder Rich Paul informed ESPN’s Adrian Wojnarowski of the news on Thursday.  Official: Anthony Davis […]

The Houston Rockets and Washington Wizards Exchange All-Star Players

There was a blockbuster trade between the Houston Rockets and Washington Wizards, which took place on Wednesday. The trade has also changed the backcourts of both the Rockets and the Wizards. Both the Houston Rockets and Washington Wizards Exchange NBA All-Stars After only being with the Rockets for one year, Russell Westbrook was traded to […]

Los Angeles Lakers and LeBron James Agree to Two-Year, $85 Million Extension
Nicolette Rojo - Dec 2, 2020

The 2020 NBA Finals Most Valuable Player will be in the City of Angels for a little while longer. Klutch Sports agent Rich Paul told ESPN and multiple outlets that LeBron James has agreed to a two-year, $85 million extension with the Los Angeles Lakers. Los Angeles Lakers, LeBron James Agree to Two-Year, $85 Million Extension […]

2020-21 Big 12 Week One Takeaways
Andrew Tineo - Dec 1, 2020

Over the past decade, one of the most consistent conferences in all of College Basketball has been the Big 12. They are headlined by one of the best regular-season collaborations with the Big 12/SEC Challenge. The Big 12 has won that competition four of the seven seasons. The only instance where the conference lost the […]

New York Knicks Offseason Grades

The New York Knicks have struggled for a long time. Last year was no different. With much of the offseason complete for the New York Knicks, let’s have a look at how that offseason played out. New York Knicks Offseason Grades NBA Draft Obi Toppin- Power Forward, University of Dayton, 8th overall New York Knicks […]

Charlotte Hornets Lose Big in Gordon Hayward Sign and Trade
Lawrence George - Nov 30, 2020

After a week or so of haggling, the Charlotte Hornets and Boston Celtics finally agreed to terms of a deal that sent Gordon Hayward to Charlotte. The Hornets also acquired two future second-round picks in exchange for a $28.5 million Trade Exception (TE). It is the largest TE in NBA history. Correction Trade exception is $28.5M Still the largest […]

Virginia Loss was the Hardest of the Three Top 10 Weekend Upsets

Three Top 10 upsets happened during the first weekend of the 2020 men’s college basketball season. Villanova (No. 3), Virginia (No. 4), and Kentucky (No. 10) fell to unranked opponents, including two mid-major schools. However, Virginia fell the hardest from their defeat. After Three Top 10 Upsets this Weekend, Virginia Loss was the Hardest College […]

Phoenix Suns: Offseason Grades as Team Puts NBA on Notice

After raising eyebrows in The Bubble last season, the Phoenix Suns promised to upgrade its roster and prove its performances at Disney were no fluke. General Manager James Jones was aggressive from the outset, talking with teams, making deals, and signing free agents when permitted to do so. After a busy couple of weeks, Phoenix […]