Well, look no further, here it is. After scouting for an entire year, watching clips and breaking down shooting motions, I've come to my conclusion: This draft gets weird after the top 3.
Another year, another trade deadline. This one started out slow after the Tobias Harris blockbuster, but picked up steam overnight and into the early hours of Thursday, as championship aspiring teams frantically looked to make a push over the top, with tanking teams just looking for future assets. No grades here, (everyone and their mother… Continue reading Trade Deadline Cheat Sheet: What Every Team In The League Added And Lost
This experiment was tedious. It took forever. Sifting over 63 past drafts for hours in a dimly lit room, with nothing but a phone and a chicken sandwich for company, changes a man. But I decided to do this experiment to see how often GMs have gotten the draft right. As it turns out, they’re… Continue reading Who Should Have Been The #1 Pick In Every Draft Since 1956
According to Brian Windhorst, Adam Silver has been looking at making adjustments to improve the league's relationship with high school players "for some time," but in light of the FBI investigation into corruption in college basketball, Silver has been convinced that he needs to move faster with implementing some of these concepts. Late-to-the-party blog or… Continue reading Why The Return Of The None-and-Done’s Could Ruin The NBA
Joel Embiid is well on his way to becoming the next “villain” of the NBA. I’m a fan of his game, as anyone should be. A 7’2” behemoth with ridiculous versatility on offense, and an aptitude for defense as well? Count me in. But while he’s on his way to stardom, he’s a player that… Continue reading The Phantom Process Could Give A Damn If You Like Him