Connect with us

Headlines

Sources: Wizards Intend to Retain Scott Brooks

Basketball Insiders

Published

on

The next general manager [of the Washington Wizards] will have to not only fully embrace modern analytics, he’ll have to figure out how to better construct a roster. He’ll have to find someone who can reach [John] Wall and get the best out of him, because Wall isn’t going anywhere, and hold him accountable not just to play, but to lead. He’ll have to give fans a vision of how he’ll fix this team that is both public and realistic. And he’ll have to decide whether it makes sense to keep Beal and build around him, or go for a total teardown, trade [Bradley] Beal at the height of his value around the league, and start over. (That would necessarily mean a change, ultimately, at head coach, though Scott Brooks is in no danger for next season, per multiple sources.)

Source: David Aldridge of The Athletic

Advertisement




Click to comment

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *

Headlines

Sources: Timberwolves Rejected Robert Covington Trade Offers from Mavericks

Basketball Insiders

Published

on

The Mavs have also made offers to the Timberwolves for Robert Covington, but those have been declined, according to multiple league sources.

Source: Kevin O’Connor of The Ringer

Continue Reading

Headlines

Sources: Mavericks, 76ers, Others Interested in Danilo Gallinari

Basketball Insiders

Published

on

Danilo Gallinari stands out as an option. Multiple playoff teams have expressed interest in the Thunder forward, including the Mavericks and Sixers, according to league sources.

Source: Kevin O’Connor of The Ringer

Continue Reading

Headlines

Sources: Clippers, Mavericks Interested in Adding Wing Depth via Trade

Basketball Insiders

Published

on

The Clippers, even after the off-season of their dreams, are exploring the trade market for dependable size as well as potential wing depth in advance of the Feb. 6 trade deadline, league sources say


The Mavericks are in a similar position after the season-ending loss of the frontcourt mainstay Dwight Powell. Dallas was already in the market for a wing upgrade and, league sources say, is exploring its options for a move (trade or signing) to bolster its frontline as well

Source: Marc Stein on Twitter

Continue Reading
Advertisement
Advertisement
Online Betting Site Betway
Advertisement
American Casino Guide
NJ Casino
NJ Casino

NBA Team Salaries

Advertisement

CloseUp360

Insiders On Twitter

NBA On Twitter

Trending Now