The Lakers are losing plenty because of Cousins’ ACL injury, but it’s nothing compared to what the center has lost.
When the Lakers missed out on Kawhi Leonard, they turned to Danny Green, DeMarcus Cousins, Rajon Rondo and JaVale McGee. Yeah, we’ll see how it goes.
Leonard both repeated his self-made history as a dynasty killer and turned himself into a king maker by joining the Clips with Paul George.
Getting Julius Randle, Taj Gibson and Bobby Portis is easy to ridicule, but the Knicks avoided nabbing veterans on long, bloated deals.
The Knicks have two max salary slots, but are also committed to developing their young talent.
Paul went to Rockets management and demanded a trade, and Harden issued a “him or me” edict following the Rockets’ second-round loss to the Golden State Warriors, sources said.
In a strange way, the two-time NBA Finals MVP is finally getting the type of influence and power he’s always craved.
On a night when it looked like the Warriors’ championship run had finally come to an end, Stephen Curry and Klay Thompson delivered yet another great escape.
If he plays, the superstar, who still gets static for joining the Warriors as a free agent in 2016, has an opportunity to be Golden State’s savior.
When dynasties fall, it usually happens with no fair warning — even if the signs are blaring. The Warriors are proving that.
Golden State Warriors partner Mark Stevens’ behavior in Game 3 is perhaps a prime example of why the league should get rid of the title of “owner.”
The Raptors dominate Golden State despite Curry's exploits to take a 2-1 series lead. Could Warriors reinforcements be on the way?
He has the championships and league MVPs, yet Curry doesn’t seem to be as appreciated by his peers as he should be.
As the Warriors watched their late 12-point lead dwindle, they leaned on the guile and mindset that have defined their dynasty.
Championship fatigue is real, and it’s a major point of concern as Golden State pursues its fourth title in five years.
Leonard will likely be a free agent after the season, but all that matters now is Toronto’s 3-2 lead in the East finals.