Over the past three years, the Philadelphia 76ers have established a bit of a franchise tradition: always go for the most talented player in the draft, no matter how much talent the team has at that player’s position.
In easily the biggest surprise of the 2015 NBA Draft, Justise Winslow dropped right into the Miami Heat’s lap at No. 10 overall. The Duke star was expected to go to the New York Knicks 4th overall
At long last, the Minnesota Timberwolves told Kentucky Wildcats superstar Karl-Anthony Towns what the basketball world has known since earlier in the college season—he will be the 1st overall pick in the 2015 NBA Draft on Thursday.
After signing Indiana Pacers role player Lance Stephenson to a three-year, $27 million contract last offseason, the Charlotte Hornets have traded the struggling guard to the Los Angeles Clippers in exchange for Matt Barnes and Spencer Hawes.
If it weren’t for Marc Gasol’s impending free agency, LaMarcus Aldridge would be the best available player on the market in 2015. After nine great seasons with the Portland Trail Blazers, LA looks to be on the way out of Oregon after yet another early playoff exit.
The 2015 NBA Finals are almost over as, at a maximum, the championship series can only feature two more games. The Cleveland Cavaliers and the Golden State Warriors met in game five on Sunday night.
After playing a close game through three quarters, the Golden State Warriors pulled away with ease in the fourth, defeating the Cleveland Cavaliers 104-91 to take a commanding 3-2 lead in the 2015 NBA Finals.
The Golden State Warriors really stepped it up and easily covered the spread for the first time since Game 1, and they are now the betting odds favorites for Game 5.