Minnesota Timberwolves

Power Forward Options for the Timberwolves
Wesly Beausoleil - Mar 7, 2021

According to a report by Shams Charania of The Athletic, the Minnesota Timberwolves are looking to improve at the power forward position. More specifically, targeting John Collins and Aaron Gordon. Report: The Timberwolves have shown interest in John Collins and Aaron Gordon, via @ShamsCharania. pic.twitter.com/BW5cWMkZCk — Hoop Central (@TheHoopCentral) March 4, 2021 The Timberwolves currently […]

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Memphis Grizzlies Playoff Push in Full Swing
David Knight, Editor - Apr 11, 2021

The Memphis Grizzlies playoff push is in full force as the NBA season hits its final stretch. With 22 games remaining they sit in eighth place in a deep Western Conference. Their loss Friday night to the New York Knicks ended a four-game winning streak. That streak got the Grizzlies to three games above .500 […]

Josh Giddey 2021 NBA Draft Profile

Josh Giddey is an 18-year-old point guard from Melbourne, Australia. Giddey is currently a member of the Adelaide 36ers club of the NBL. Ever heard of him? Get ready, here it comes. Josh Giddey 2021 NBA Draft Profile NBL Career Giddey decided to stay in Australia and make some money for a year in the […]

NBA most improved
NBA Most Improved: Five Players Quietly Showing Out
Dylan Guest - Apr 9, 2021

Looking past the obvious NBA most improved players, such as Julius Randle becoming an All-Star and Jerami Grant proving to be a potential star, there are quite a few players quietly becoming better and better. They won’t get all the recognition come NBA award season, but they’re on track to establishing strong careers. NBA Most Improved: Five Players Quietly […]

Corey Kispert 2021 NBA Draft Profile

Corey Kispert is a four-year senior from Edmonds, Washington who has improved every season, thanks to Gonzaga head coach Mark Few and his staff. Corey Kispert 2021 NBA Draft Profile College Career Most people know Kispert as a lights-out shooter. Well, that’s absolutely the case with him. However, he’s been a locked-in starter for the […]

NBA Top Shot Part 3: More Issues

Another week, and another view of the latest regarding NBA Top Shot. As we talked about in the previous two articles, Top Shot is booming, and booming big time. However, the last couple of weeks have turned the market nearly upside down rather quickly. NBA Top Shot Part 3: More Issues As discussed previously, NBA […]

LWOS reflects on the 2020-21 college basketball season in review.
2020-21 College Basketball Season in Review

Exhale everyone. We made it. A national champion was crowned on Monday night, and a full NCAA Tournament took place, sans one game (more on that later). Hope sprang eternal when college football was able to complete a season, even with its own ups and downs. The road was long, and it took a lot […]

Fantasy Basketball
Fantasy Basketball Players on the Rise

As the second half of the fantasy basketball regular season continues, it is time to start gearing up for the playoffs. A great addition from the waiver wire can make or break a team. The players below are the players on the rise for week 15. These players should be picked up if available. Fantasy […]

2021 NBA Draft Hidden Gems

The college basketball season has come to a close after a dominant performance by the Baylor Bears in the March Madness championship game. Players will still climb up and down 2021 NBA Draft boards through the combine and meetings with teams, but by now scouts have a solid idea of who the best players available […]