When forward Mike Scott came to Atlanta Hawks training camp in 2012, he was labeled by then-coach Larry Drew as “a solid pick-and-roll option.”
I spoke with James Johnson at Atlanta Hawks media day back in October when he was just another former first-round pick trying to convince another team – his fourth, to be exact – that he was good enough for another shot.
Sources told Yahoo! Sports on Monday that there is “no chance” the Knicks trade free agent-to-be Carmelo Anthony by the Feb. 20 deadline. Let’s face the facts: even with Anthony, the Knicks are a mediocre basketball team in a horrendous Atlantic Division.
To no one’s surprise, Mo Williams says he plans to opt out of his contract for next season and test free agency over the summer.
Just as Reggie Jackson looked to be solidifying himself as the NBA’s best sixth man, Russell Westbrook got injured again.
The scorer still looks back nostalgically on those summer days in suburban Los Angeles when he would lace up his sneakers, put on his Lakers jersey and head out to the park. Adults and kids of the neighborhood would flock to the playground every afternoon to watch the human mirage in action.
At this very moment, the fate of the Western Conference might be hanging in the balance of the Phoenix Suns’ front office.
Jacob Eisenberg uses analytics to explain why Victor Oladipo is better suited to play shooting guard in the NBA.
Jacob Eisenberg investigates Paul Millsap’s mysterious three point shooting tendencies on the road.
Jacob Eisenberg breaks down the analytics and history behind Dennis Schröder’s transition to the NBA…