Why the Los Angeles Clippers Shouldn’t Trade for Draymond Green

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Many NBA teams have been at the front and center of trade deals or at least potential trade talk. Many of the potential trade deals have involved Kevin Durant or Kyrie Irving as significant features. One team that is surprisingly not in the trade spotlight are the Los Angeles Clippers. The Clippers are known to […] READ MORE


LA Clippers Sign Three Key Free Agents

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Year four of the Kawhi Leonard and Paul George-led Los Angeles Clippers is set to raise the pressure for an NBA Finals title to an all-time. The Clippers looked to use this off-season to return the entire team full of devoted veterans and talented playmakers from last season. The Clippers were able to return all […] READ MORE


Dallas Mavericks: Top Offseason Targets

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The Dallas Mavericks will have a plethora of offseason targets to monitor after surprising the NBA and making it all the way to the Western Conference Finals. Dallas already made a major trade to acquire Christian Wood, majorly improving the frontcourt. In addition, Dallas added a possible steal in Jaden Hardy through the 2022 NBA Draft. A couple […] READ MORE


Bennedict Mathurin 2022 NBA Draft Profile

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Bennedict Mathurin may not be the most attractive name on the draft board, but he is still a top lottery pick. The consensus 2022 second-team All American was high on multiple draft lists last year. But it was his return for a sophomore year at Arizona proved to be fruitful in all 37 games played […] READ MORE


Ty Lue’s Rotation Dilemma

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Throughout the NBA season, a head coach must manage a team’s health, egos, and on-court play. However, manipulating lineups and managing chemistry is no easy task, no matter the experience. LA Clippers head coach Ty Lue is no stranger to any of these situations. Lue managed to create a culture within the Clippers that embraces […] READ MORE


Nicolas Batum: The NBA’s Greatest Glue Guy

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In November of 2020, the Charlotte Hornets waived forward Nicolas Batum. Batum’s tenure in Charlotte was not one to remember, as injuries played a role in inconsistent playing time. Shortly after On November 29th, 2020, Shams Charania of The Athletic reported that the French forward would join the Los Angeles Clippers. In a move that […] 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


Charlotte Hornets: Three Trade Ideas to Prepare for the Future

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If there is one team in the NBA that epitomizes NBA mediocrity, it’s the Charlotte Hornets. Since taking majority ownership in 2010, Michael Jordan‘s team has made the playoffs just twice in 10 years. With the departure of Kemba Walker in last year’s free agency, the Hornets must turn its attention toward asset accumulation and […] READ MORE


Charlotte Hornets: Steps to Contention

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The Charlotte Hornets 2019-20 season was full of ups and downs. Players like Devonte’ Graham and PJ Washington shined, the defense showed promise down the stretch, and Terry Rozier didn’t underplay his contract like many expected. With all that being said, they were out of the running for the playoffs quite early, marking another disappointing season. The tools are […] READ MORE


Portland Trail Blazers All-Decade Team

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The Portland Trail Blazers all-decade team is full of star power. The 2010s was the first decade that the Trail Blazers were the only team in the Pacific Northwest. However, they have been able to represent that area well over the past decade. This was because both Vancouver and Seattle lost their NBA teams in […] READ MORE