The Lakers won the LeBron sweepstakes but followed it up with some questionable deals.
With the trade of Austin Rivers, the Clippers are preparing to enter a new era, which likely won't include DeAndre Jordan.
With the 28th overall pick, the Golden State Warriors selected Cincinnati Junior Jacob Evans. Evans represents a solid pick for nearly any NBA team. Evans fits...
The Philadelphia 76ers reportedly traded the rights to Mikal Bridges to the Phoenix Suns for the 16th overall pick, which was used to select Zhaire Smith,...
The Phoenix Suns have drafted Deandre Ayton with the No. 1 overall pick in the 2018 NBA Draft.
Dwane Casey is well suited to lead Detroit, but with an expensive and imperfect roster, it may take some time before he can turn things around.
The 2018 Draft is highlighted with elite big men but there is a lot of interesting wing talent as well, writes Jesse Blancarte.
Jaylen Hands made a good showing at the NBA Combine by displaying his offensive skills and defensive intensity.
The Raptors can still come back in their series against the Cavaliers, but they'll need a lot more production from Serge Ibaka.
Though the Clippers suffered several injuries and traded Blake Griffin, Lou Williams helped keep L.A. in playoff contention until the end of the season.
Quinn Cook went undrafted out of college but is now thriving with the Warriors and fighting for a spot on their postseason roster.
Sidelined for several years with a neck injury, Emeka Okafor is back in the NBA and helping the Pelicans fight for a playoff seed.
Considering the team's recent play, Blake Griffin's contract and other factors, the Pistons face a tough reality moving forward.
Houston is known for its offensive firepower, but its revamped defense may be the catalyst for a deep playoff run, writes Jesse Blancarte.
The trade deadline is behind us, which means it's time to turn our attention to this season's buyout market.