As many of you may know, the Philadelphia 76ers holds the No. 1 pick in next week’s NBA Draft. There also has been plenty of speculation that the 76ers plan to select LSU forward Ben Simmons with that pick.
After going through a frustration regular season, many expected the Chicago Bulls to make some big changes this offseason. While it looks like head coach Fred Hoiberg will be there next year, one of their emerging stars night be on his way out.
When forward David West signed with the San Antonio Spurs last offseason, many knew that he was trying to chase a championship. While he had an okay season with the Spurs, his minutes diminished once they got deeper in the NBA playoffs.
There has been plenty speculation on whether or not Toronto Raptors guard DeMar DeRozan would become a free agent this summer. Many believe that the hometown Los Angeles Lakers are the favorite to land DeRozan, but they might have others in mind.
Anytime I hear comments from disgraced former NBA referee Tim Donaghy, I automatically dismiss it. But some comments he made after the NBA decided to suspend Golden State Warriors forward Draymond Green for Game 5 got my attention.
With the NBA Draft almost a week away, we can expect to hear a lot of rumors leading up to the event. One team that many expect to be heavily involved in those rumors will be the Boston Celtics.
As many of you may know, Oklahoma City Thunder forward Kevin Durant is scheduled to become a free agent this summer. While the Thunder feel confident that their star player will return, many expect Durant to test the waters to see what others teams have to offer.
When the New York Knicks first annouced that former Phoenix Suns head coach Jeff Hornacek would be running the show, many wonder about how forward Carmelo Anthony felt. Anthony has made it known for months that the Knicks needed to make some things happen this offseason.
After the end of Game 2 of the NBA Finals, all the attention went to Cleveland Cavaliers forward Kevin Love. During Game 2, Love caught an elbow to the head from Golden State Warriors forward Harrison Barnes which sent him to the locker room.
Before the start of Game 3 on Wednesday, many wondered if Cleveland Cavaliers forward Kevin Love would be available to play. Love caught an elbow to the head by Golden State Warriors forward Harrison Barnes, which sent him to the locker room.