Chris Paul has decisions to make. But it’s the kind of decision reserved for the super-wealthy.
Lonzo Ball has a lot of suitors as a Restricted Free Agent. And a lot of doubters.
After a failed five years in Detroit, Reggie Jackson joined the Clippers. It saved him from a “basketball depression.” A year later, it was Jackson’s turn to return the favor. He saved the Clippers.
Chris Paul resurrected the Phoenix Suns. Paul George bounced back after his nightmare in the bubble. They met in the West Finals and it was bound to happen. Someone was going to be the hero. And someone the loser.
Trading for Dennis Schröder last summer filled a huge need for the Lakers. So why is there Russell Westbrook buzz a year later?
Chauncey Billips- 1. #MeToo- 0.
Jason Kidd was the ultimate team player in Los Angeles. Now he has his own team but it’s a lot harder in Dallas because LeBron James isn’t walking through that door.
The Sixers lost 27 games in a row. Then they drafted what would become All-Stars. So why have they been the poster-child for playoff mediocrity?
Ben Simmons isn’t an oddity. This is who the scouts thought he would be in 2016.
The Kyrie replacement continues for the Celtics. Kemba Walker wasn’t it. And so he’s gone.