James Blancarte continues Basketball Insiders’ “Fixing” series by taking an in-depth look at the Los Angeles Lakers.
The Lakers' season has fallen well short of expectations, but the future remains bright, writes James Blancarte.
The Warriors will likely run right through the West's eighth seed, but that doesn't make the race for eighth any less interesting.
Doc Rivers is giving his young players the chance to contribute and develop, which has paid off in several ways, writes James Blancarte.
The Trail Blazers have struggled with key injuries this season, but Evan Turner has done whatever it takes to fill the void, writes James Blancarte.
Basketball Insiders spoke with Harry Giles III about his development, moving between the NBA and G-League and more.
The Phoenix Suns have changed course with their trade for Kelly Oubre, Jr. and Austin Rivers, writes James Blancarte
Brook Lopez's three-point shooting adds a new element to the Bucks' offense, writes James Blancarte.
Which players could be on the move in the Southeast Division? James Blancarte goes through a list of candidates.
Clippers rookie Shai Gilgeous-Alexander is showing poise and stepping up early in his rookie campaign, writes James Blancarte.
The Pistons are trying to maintain pace in the Eastern playoff race behind the elite play of Blake Griffin, writes James Blancarte.
Jaren Jackson Jr. is showing that he is ahead of schedule and could be pivotal to the Grizzlies' success this season, writes James Blancarte.
The Lakers and Clippers are positioned to compete for the postseason at the same time, which could breathe new life into their generally tepid rivalry.
The Clippers are in a position to trade for Jimmy Butler, but are optimistic about this upcoming season with the roster already in place.
Patrick Beverley's return and emphasis on defense could help lead Clippers back to playoffs, writes James Blancarte.