The draft is in two days, and for the first time in years, I’ve done some homework on these prospects. I’m going to provide a little commentary on each guy. Full disclosure: my board looks very different from lots of experts, and that probably means that I’m wrong. But I’m out of the business now, so I’m going to take some swings and hope this is like 2013, when the best two prospects in the draft went 15th and 27th, respectively. … More 2020 NBA Draft Big Board
Link to “The Curious Case of RHJ” (on Google Slides)
Is John Collins the Next Amar’e Stoudemire?
Kyle O’Quinn is here to save the Knicks! If only they’d let him… There’s a tepid uneasiness surrounding the Knicks these days. It’s hard to put a finger on. There aren’t many symptoms of a broken locker room; the players seem to get along well and the camaraderie appears genuine. As Courtney Lee told the media … More Kyle O’Quinn is here to save the Knicks!
Posted: Jan 17, 2017 on NBA.com/Hawks Story by Jacob Eisenberg Twitter: @Eisenberg43 Heading into Monday’s game, Kris Humphries had played 20+ minutes in a game only once since the beginning of November. Luckily for Atlanta, Humphries – a consummate veteran – takes pride in his work ethic and his ability to stay prepared. For a … More Humphries Takes Advantage of Opportunity, Helps Lead Hawks Over Knicks
Here’s a recap of some of my favorite and least favorite signings of the off-season. I avoided all max and near-max player analyses. Moreover, I didn’t include examples of good players re-signing on hometown discounts (e.g. Dwight Powell and Lance Thomas) or Warriors examples (e.g. Zaza Pachulia and David West). Note: These rankings are in … More Free Agent Signings I Liked and Disliked
Jacob breaks down DeAndre Bembry’s biggest strength using analytics and film…
Jacob profiles Taurean Prince’s journey from the streets of San Antonio to the bright lights of Atlanta…
Jacob’s Summer League project…
Jacob’s template for scouting report attachment.