The Los Angeles Lakers confirmed the signing of J.R. Smith on Wednesday as a replacement for Avery Bradley, who opted out of the Orlando bubble last week.
Kobe Bryant and Dirk Nowitzki both spent their entire careers with the team that drafted them.
The Milwaukee Bucks weren’t winners in last summer’s offseason like the Clippers and Lakers. The loss of Malcolm Brogdon raised questions about the team’s chances in 2019/20 despite having the best record in the Eastern Conference last season and getting to within two victories of the NBA Finals.
As the wait begins for the beginning of the new NBA season, all eyes are on the draft and the new round of hopefuls that are set to join the league in the not too distant future. With plenty of rumours from fans as well as the suggestions provided to us through the mock draft, there is plenty to get excited about as we wait for the season ahead.
The Los Angeles Clippers will convert Joakim Noah's 10-day contract and keep him on the team for the NBA's restart in Orlando.
2012 will be remembered as one of the defining years of the 2010s. Gangnam Style became the first YouTube video ever to reach 1 billion views, Mo Farah took the world by storm at the London Olympics, Barack Obama got re-elected and, according to the Mayan calender, the world was supposed to end.
The Raptors failed to clinch the NBA title in Game 5 of the 2019 NBA Finals. Toronto and Golden State now head to Oakland for game 6. Toronto leads the series 3-2. A win for the Raptors secures a first title in their 25-year history. A Warriors win keeps the series alive and forces a Game 7 in Toronto.
Guards Stephen Curry and Steve Nash both helped revolutionise the point guard position in the NBA. With this they brought a new aspect of basketball into play.
The 22 NBA teams heading to Disney in Orlando will get a chance to add players. The other eight will as well in an upcoming, week-long 'transaction window', but the 22 teams who are going to be playing more basketball in the 2019/20 season are our focus here.
The 2017 NBA Draft, like the 2018 draft, will be remembered for a blockbuster trade, which saw the Philadelphia 76ers give up a future first-round pick and their third overall selection to take Markelle Fultz first overall. The Boston Celtics moved down to the third spot and drafted Jayson Tatum.
It was confirmed earlier today that the NBA will be returning. All the details surrounding the continuation of the league can be found here. In short, 22 teams will be occupying Disneyland, Orlando which will act as a makeshift incubation bubble in order to try to contain the spread off COVID-19.
The NBA is coming back. The league will resume on July 31st with 22 teams entering a 'bubble' in Orlando, playing eight regular season games prior to the playoffs. If the ninth seed is four games or fewer behind the eighth seed there will be a play-in tournament.
The 2018 NBA Draft was a special one. There was a major trade in the top five picks which will be reflected on throughout the careers of the two players involved. That duo, Luka Doncic and Trae Young, both became All-Stars in their second seasons.