The Dallas Mavericks were the lottery's biggest losers, but VP of basketball operations Michael Finley still believes the team will land an elite talent.
Ben Simmons and Donovan Mitchell are having fantastic playoff debuts as rookies, but how do they compare against the all-time greats as rookies?
Donovan Mitchell provided elite value at the back end of the lottery. Who might that player be this summer?
This was an exceptionally bad year for tanking, but there are three very good reasons that this year was especially loser-friendly.
Many thought Brooklyn Nets rookie Jarrett Allen would spend a good chunk of this season in the G-League. Instead, he ends the year a starter.
College's basketball's next sensation is a UNC commit who named MVP of the McDonald's All-American game last week.
Duke's historic haul of prospects, which includes the top three players overall, came about because of a silly group text.
Jose Calderón might be the only player in the league who didn't grow up dreaming of playing in the NBA.
Not even Dennis Rodman committed a dirty play worse than one from a high school game in Kansas.
On the 28th anniversary of his death, we remember one of the best players to never play in the NBA.
LeBron ended up with his hometown team, but territorial draft picks would've ensured he never played for anyone else.
Tobias Harris was traded yet again, but thankfully for the Clippers, he's gotten better every stop he's made.
Dwyane Wade went back to Miami, but he wasn't the first legend to return 'home' to his franchise.
The first All-Star Game was birthed of an infamous point-shaving scandal that rocked the basketball world.
When Americans show basketball promise, they go through AAU. But that wasn't how Domantas Sabonis made his way.
|Golden State Warriors||$177,949,445|
|Los Angeles Clippers||$166,810,242|
|Oklahoma City Thunder||$78,863,087|
|San Antonio Spurs||$116,183,741|
|New Orleans Pelicans||$116,691,835|