The NBA 2016 season is set to kickoff in less than a week but teams are still trying to figure out their rosters. One big NBA news hitting the web now is the Spurs trade between LaMarcus Aldridge and DeMarcus Cousins. The Spurs haveShow More Summary
Spurs' big man LaMarcus Aldridge, Suns' guard Eric Bledsoe and Sixers defensive force Nerlens Noel headline our list of players most likely to be traded during the NBA regular season and where they may land.
The start of the 2016 NBA season is less than a week away. Of course, this doesn't mean that teams are done prepping for the campaign ahead. Even as the preseason winds to a close, teams are frantically moving to identify and address holes on their rosters. Show More Summary
The Chicago Bulls originally drafted LaMarcus Aldridge with the No. 2 pick in the 2006 NBA Draft. In one of the worst trades in recent Bulls history, they traded the future All-Star to the Portland Trail Blazers for Tyrus Thomas. OKLAHOMA CITY, OK - MAY 12: LaMarcus Aldridge #12 of the [...]
The Boston Celtics are hoping to get back into contention for a championship in the next year or two and are always looking to improve their roster. After adding star big man Al Horford this offseason in free agency, the Celtics have the pieces to make a trade for a big name if one should... Show More Summary
The San Antonio Spurs signed LaMarcus Aldridge to a four-year, $80 million deal before the 2015-16 season, but reports have surfaced indicating the five-time All-Star could be traded if he struggles during his second season with the team. Continue for updates. Spurs Reportedly Not Satisfied With Aldridge's Fit Tuesday, Oct. Show More Summary
In an NBA that seems obsessed with the long ball, the Spurs stick out as a throwback to a bygone era. Tim Duncan may have retired but his replacement Pau Gasol is both taller and longer. With LaMarcus Aldridge joining Gasol in the low post, the Spurs are the closest thing the NBA has to an old school, inside-out offensive attack. Show More Summary
NBA superstar LaMarcus Aldridge just purchased a gorgeous Southern California property for $7 million. The five-time all-star signed an $80 million contract with the San Antonio Spurs after nine seasons with the Portland Trailblazers. Show More Summary
In Aldridge, the Spurs still have a go-to big man with a quiet, killer instinct. The post SLAM Top 50: LaMarcus Aldridge, No. 18 appeared first on SLAMonline.
The Spurs last season were led offensively by Kawhi Leonard (21.1 ppg), LaMarcus Aldridge (18.0 rpg) and Tony Parker (11.9 ppg). Defensively, Leonard is the best on the squad. With Tim Duncan retired but Pau Gasol now on board and Aldridge still ready to score and rebound, Leonard is still the best all-around weapon on [...]
Sixteen Division I freshmen left school early last year to declare for the 2016 NBA draft. Ivan Rabb wasn't one of them despite having flashed traditional one-and-done talent. Instead, he'll take another season at California to continue...Show More Summary
13. Paul George – 89 Overall 14. Kyrie Irving – 89 Overall 15. LaMarcus Aldridge – 88 Overall NBA 2K17 My Career isn’t the only game mode worth playing in the newest 2K installment. With a ton of new features, gamers might want to explore playing MyGM and other modes too. Show More Summary
LaMarcus Aldridge has landed in Southern California after all. The five-time all-star, who chose the San Antonio Spurs over the Lakers a year ago, has bought a home in Newport Coast for $7 million in a deal done outside the Multiple Listing Service. Behind gates in affluent Crystal Cove, the 2008...
NBA free agency is a lot like the San Antonio Spurs. It just keeps going. It's like when Tim Duncan and Co. started to fade, only for the organization to grab Kawhi Leonard and LaMarcus Aldridge. Sure, Kevin Durant is off the market,...Show More Summary
The Los Angeles Lakers may not be the star destination they once were after last summer’s failed pitches (yes, multiple) to LaMarcus Aldridge and the recent reports that they’re not even getting a meeting with Kevin Durant. Like most teams, the Lakers have cap room. And they are reportedly trying to spend it on free agent Hassan Whiteside, who appears ready to field […]
Steph Curry decided this week o skip the Olympics, and this afternoon, Russell Westbrook announced he’d do the same. Team USA was already short LaMarcus Aldridge, Anthony Davis, and Chris Paul, and they’ll need the remaining candidates to step up. Who will save Team USA? Read more...
Another marquee star will be unavailable for the United States men's basketball team at the 2016 Summer Olympics. As ESPN.com's Marc Stein first reported, San Antonio Spurs power forward LaMarcus Aldridge removed himself from the Team USA player pool Monday in order to allow a finger and hand injury to heal. Spurs general manager R.C. Show More Summary
San Antonio forward LaMarcus Aldridge has pulled out of consideration for the U.S. Olympic basketball team after a finger injury late in the season.
The Spurs big man will skip the games to tend to a lingering finger injury. The post Report: LaMarcus Aldridge Will Miss 2016 Olympics Due to Injury appeared first on SLAMonline.
Nate McMillan sees plenty of similarities between LaMarcus Aldridge and Myles Turner’s games. In a recent radio interview, the new Pacers head coach went so far as to say, “It was almost like those The post Nate McMillan: Myles Turner Is ‘Exactly’ Like LaMarcus Aldridge appeared first on SLAMonline.