Some of these draft busts have changed NBA history.
Numerous Hall of Famers feature among the worst NBA trades.
Numerous Hall of Famers feature in among the biggest draft trades.
Who makes it through the Play-In?
Two immense talents, two players who can change a franchise, but which one would you rather have?
Harrison Barnes is a candidate to be traded before the deadline.
The Bulls should look to construct an Otto Porter trade before the deadline.
The Orlando Magic has started the second half of the season with a loss to the Miami Heat. They have now lost their last six assignments, dropping to a 13-24 record in the Eastern Conference. It could be time to trade Aaron Gordon.
The Orlando Magic are at a crossroads. It could be time to explore a Nikola Vucevic trade.
With a lot of Basketball still to be played, whether the Hornets can sneak into the postseason is yet to be seen. There's no doubt however that if the team continues to build, Spectrum Centre could see playoff action in the not-to-distant future.
The Cleveland Cavaliers are looking to trade JaVale McGee. Cleveland acquired Jarrett Allen in the James Harden trade - McGee is now surplus to requirements.
Meeting for the first time since his free agency, the Gordon Hayward lit up the New York Knicks on Monday night.
Without a doubt the NBA is in good hands. Basketball fans are witnessing greatness from the established NBA superstars – LeBron James headlining such a cast – but some have expressed concern that over the next few years, we may have to say goodbye to some elite talent.
There are some stars who get riddled with consecutive injuries, while there are others who just don't pan out with their respective teams. With that said, let's take a look at the five worst contracts heading into the upcoming 2020-21 NBA season.
Per ESPN's Adrian Wojnarowski, prized forward and one-time All-Star Gordon Hayward has agreed to a four-year, $120 million contract with the Charlotte Hornets.