Kawhi Leonard Free Agent Destinations

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A disgruntled Kawhi Leonard means the rumors about him opting out of his player option for next season will only intensify. If Leonard does decide to decline his 36 million dollar player option, the entire landscape of the NBA could change depending on who he signs with. There is also the potential for a sign […] READ MORE


NBA Rumors: Kyle Lowry is a Hot Commodity

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Once again, Masai Ujiri has worked his magic. When the trade deadline passed without Kyle Lowry being moved, it was viewed as a major loss. However, all the teams that decided to not pull the trigger on the Lowry trade were victims of early exits. With numerous teams looking for that one extra piece to […] READ MORE



The Dallas Mavericks Should Sign Rondae Hollis-Jefferson

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It remains a mystery as to why Rondae Hollis-Jefferson is still a free-agent. Last season, while on a strong playoff team in the Toronto Raptors, Hollis-Jefferson averaged about seven points, five rebounds, and two assists in 19 minutes on the floor. The one knock on his game is his lack of perimeter shooting, but he does […] READ MORE



Charlotte Hornets Lose Big in Gordon Hayward Sign and Trade

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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 […] READ MORE


Phoenix Suns: Offseason Grades as Team Puts NBA on Notice

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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 […] READ MORE


New Orleans Pelicans Get Best of Both Worlds: Free Agency Grades

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After a disappointing end to the 2019-20 season, the New Orleans Pelicans had some decisions to make. Should the team trade some of its veteran pieces for assets or pivot toward competing for the playoffs? The Pelicans squandered an opportunity to make the postseason last year, having the easiest remaining schedule but turning up punch […] READ MORE


Philadelphia 76ers Re-tool: Grading Moves by New Front Office

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From management to coaching, the Philadelphia 76ers made wholesale changes this off-season hiring Doc Rivers as its new Head Coach and Daryl Morey as President of Basketball Operations. The Sixers have been very disappointing the past two seasons after a promising run in 2018 behind Joel Embiid and Ben Simmons. Since then, Philadelphia lost in […] READ MORE


Boston Celtics Lose Gordon Hayward Trade

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The Boston Celtics find themselves in a vicarious position. Former All-Star Gordon Hayward secured a four-year, $120-million dollar deal with the Charlotte Hornets to send Twitter into a spin. It was one of the most surprising deals this off-season as the Hornets weren’t even mentioned in serious discussions for the 30-year-old. Hayward took to Twitter […] READ MORE