Andrew Wiggins and All-Star? Who knew? It just may happen.
Three weeks after the NBA opened their season, the competitive West has showcased a bunch of surprises that may be trends now or may last all the way until June.
Gordon Hayward was back. But now, a broken hand continues Hayward’s Boston narrative of injured.
Load management has collateral damage and unseen consequences that will be felt in players wallets.
Brandon Ingram was the number 2 pick in the 2016 NBA draft. In 2019-20, he’s playing like an All-Star.
Dwight Howard is making everyone forget about his first go round in L.A. This version of Dwight is what everyone expected in 2012-13. Better late than never.
The All-Star game in Chicago will see a bunch of first timers on the West squad.
The Warriors dynasty was buried but the dirt wasn’t on the grave. Until Steph Curry broke his hand.
Trae Young is must see. The rest of the Hawks? Not so much.
Sasha Vujacic was only 25 years old when he sank two free throws that sealed Lakers championship number 16. He isn’t ready to walk away from the NBA nine years later.