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Are Sam Hinkie, Philadelphia 76ers in Danger of Tanking Too Hard?

Slippery is the slope general manager Sam Hinkie is walking. His Philadelphia 76ers are, by design, symbols of losing enthusiastically and can only hope their methods don't prove inescapably effective. Tanking is a risky gambit by nature. Show More Summary

The Top 3 NBA Breakout Candidates at Every Position Entering 2014-15

No NBA offseason would be complete without the arduous task of predicting which players will outshine their previous performances in the upcoming year. There's no one way to define a breakout player, but for the purpose of this analysis,...Show More Summary

Breaking Down Miami Heat's Shooting Guard Position for 2014-15 Season

Just as he's been for the past decade, Miami Heat legend Dwyane Wade remains atop the team's shooting guard depth chart entering the 2014-15 NBA season. However, there will be some new blood backing up Wade this upcoming season. RayShow More Summary

NBA Rumors: Latest Details on Zoran Dragic, Ricky Rubio Contract and More

The new NBA season is right around the corner, which can only mean one thing—the rumor mill is coming out of its brief hibernation. Some teams are still on the hunt for upgrades as small as they may be. This mostly pertains to depthShow More Summary

Which Chicago Bulls Player Has the Most Upside Right Now?

The Chicago Bulls built up their cupboard of talent over the summer, but the collection includes a lot of question marks. Between rookies Doug McDermott and Nikola Mirotic, sophomore Tony Snell, comeback attemptees Aaron Brooks and (of course) Derrick Rose, Chicago can’t be quite sure what they’re getting from their newer faces in 2014-15. Show More Summary

Which Charlotte Hornets Player Has the Most Upside Right Now?

A huge reason why the Charlotte Bobcats went out with a bang was due to the emergence of Josh McRoberts as a multi -talented unique power forward. He improved so much that he went from hitting 58 threes over his first six seasons, to nailing 105 last year alone. Show More Summary

Grading Each Position Going into Miami Heat's 2014 Training Camp

Let’s not mince words. The Miami Heat had a devastating summer. It started with an NBA Finals humiliation at the sure hands of the San Antonio Spurs—the most dominating offensive performance in recorded Finals history, according to ESPN’s...Show More Summary

Kings sign guard Ramon Sessions

The Sacramento Kings have signed guard Ramon Sessions.

Sacramento Kings sign Ramon Sessions

The Sacramento Kings today signed free agent guard Ramon Sessions, according to Kings General Manager Pete D’Alessandro. Sessions was selected by the Milwaukee Bucks in the second round (56th overall) of the 2007 NBA Draft. He is averaging 11.7 points (.439 FG%,.311 3PT%,.800 FT%) and 4.7 assists in 25.8 minutes per game through 467 [...]

Ersan Ilyasova aims for bounce-back season

Here’s the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel reporting on a key Buck: Nothing went right for Bucks forward Ersan Ilyasova last season. It started in the opening preseason game when he suffered a severe right ankle sprain, an injury that hampered him throughout the 82-game schedule. His production and shooting suffered, and it wasn’t easy to keep his spirits up as [...]

Sacramento Kings Find Free-Agent Steal with Ramon Sessions Signing

The Sacramento Kings opted to work out a sign-and-trade that sent former point guard Isaiah Thomas to the Phoenix Suns rather than pay him the four-year, $27 million contract he ultimately commanded. And while the addition of DarrenShow More Summary

Dallas Mavericks sign Doron Lamb

The Dallas Mavericks announced today that they have signed free agent guard Doron Lamb. Lamb (6-4, 200) is a three-year NBA veteran with career averages of 3.5 points, 1.0 rebound and 12.7 minutes in 100 games with Milwaukee and Orlando. Last season, the shooting guard averaged 3.6 points and 13.1 minutes in 53 games with the [...]

Derrick Rose Enters Next Season as Chicago Bulls' Biggest Question Mark

The Chicago Bulls watched Derrick Rose play during the FIBA Basketball World Cup, but they still haven't really seen him—not the way they need to. So as training camp approaches and Rose tries to retake center stage, a Bulls team with...Show More Summary

Chicago Bulls re-sign Nazr Mohammed

The Chicago Bulls announced today the team has re-signed center Nazr Mohammed (pronounced “NAH-zee”). Last season with the Bulls, Mohammed saw action in 80 games (one start) and averaged 1.6 ppg and 2.2 rpg in 7.0 mpg. He also appeared in two of Chicago’s five playoff contests. A 16-year veteran of the NBA, Mohammed has also [...]

Lakers sign Wayne Ellington

The Los Angeles Lakers have signed shooting guard Wayne Ellington, it was announced today by General Manager Mitch Kupchak. The five-year NBA veteran holds career averages of 6.4 points, 1.8 rebounds and 1.0 assists over 312 games (35 starts) with the Minnesota Timberwolves, Memphis Grizzlies, Cleveland Cavaliers, and most recently, the Dallas Mavericks. Last season in [...]

Lakers sign veteran guard Ellington

Guard Wayne Ellington has signed with the Los Angeles Lakers.

Denver Nuggets Should Think Twice About Overpaying Kenneth Faried

Of all who observed Team USA’s gangbuster gold-medal performance at the 2014 FIBA World Cup in Spain, perhaps no one bore more conflicting thoughts than Denver Nuggets general manager Tim Connelly. To be sure, watching Kenneth Faried...Show More Summary

Dwyane Wade's Latest Li-Ning 'Way of Wade' Shoes Are 'Dexter'-Themed

Any Miami Heat fan who loves watching Dexter will want to buy Dwyane Wade's latest signature shoe. Wade took to Instagram to show off the latest Li-Ning Way of Wade 3 sneakers. With spattered blood on them, these shoes will definitely...Show More Summary

Metta World Peace Will Wear Shoes Featuring Detachable Pandas in China

Metta World Peace is really going all-out with his new Chinese name. Last month, it was revealed that Metta World Peace was changing his Chinese name to "The Panda's Friend." Given that he loves pandas so much, he wants to get his fans...Show More Summary

Los Angeles Lakers Can't Afford to Make Ed Davis the Odd Man out

Someone is going to be disappointed on the Los Angeles Lakers frontcourt. With the athletic Ed Davis, the scrappy Jordan Hill, the seasoned Carlos Boozer, the bruising building block Julius Randle, the sharp-shooting Ryan Kelly and the...Show More Summary

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