Nothing beats the drama of the NBA.
But the war of words continues…
There’s only one king of the boards.
Inadvertent or not, that’s a bad look…
There are plenty of variables when it comes to the Pistons. Will the situation get out of control?
There is no better rebounder in the NBA than Andre Drummond. That has value. But there’s one thing that’s going to make or break his NBA career.
Goran DragiA� was essentially the same player last season as he was during his 2013-14 All-NBA Team campaign. Going forward, though, there are questions.
For all the laughing we do at the Kings and Knicks expense, there’s arguably no roster you’d want to have less than the Pistons. What is going on here?
Cousins has moved while George and Butler stay put… for now. But what trades haven’t we considered? Russell Westbrook and Damian Lillard, for starters.
The year is 2010, and the Brooklyn Nets have won the NBA Draft lottery. Landing John Wall is no small feat, but then they screw it all up.
Returning the same starting lineup from last season, the Detroit Pistons will cause problems. But did they overpay for their upgraded bench?
DeAndre Jordan brings one trait to the table that’s so good it’s unguardable. He’s also great on both sides of the balla��so, what’s lacking?
Drummond is arguably the best rebounder in basketball. Plus, most of the time he’s capable of doing the work of two players. Then there’s his FT shooting.
When it comes to shot-blocking, nobody is better than Hassan Whiteside. Rebounding? Same deal. But oftentimes that’s left him lacking in many basic areas.
Jackson is the best finishing PG in the league. Plus, a danger on the pick-and-roll. But his shot still needs work and he’s limited without the ball.
If teams want to continue hacking lesser free throw shooters, let’s make it a little riskier.
Which record isn’t safe? Well, we’ve got three for you to think about.