The NBA season is still a few months away, but the trade and free agency has caused some hype and rightly so. It’s too early to make any really bold predictions, so instead we’re going to turn our attention to five players who could catch the eyes of the world in the coming campaign. #NBA
“It’s great being back in the Philippines and I’m thankful to adidas and my fans for the warm welcome. I’m already looking forward to my next trip back here,” – James Harden #NBA
The report came from USA Today, citing a source from Sportando which suggested Barefield will be included in the Thunder roster for the Summer League.
“Next season, we are looking at making it to the playoffs. That’s the goal,” said Sexton during a media availability session in the Philippines for the jr. NBA/jr. WNBA 2019 event. #NBA
“It wasn’t anything. I think people coming around made it 10 times worse,” said Turner via The Oklahoman. #NBA
DeMarcus Cousins spent his first eight seasons in the NBA chasing two things — peace and the playoffs
A person with knowledge of the details told The Associated Press the Thunder are sending Anthony and a 2022 protected first-round pick to Atlanta in exchange for Hawks guard Dennis Schroder and Mike Muscala.
The 6-foot-4 defensive stalwart is returning to the team that picked him sixth overall in the 2014 draft after finding the market for a restricted free agent wasn’t as lucrative as he’d hoped.
The Kawhi Leonard saga in San Antonio is on the cusp of ending, with the Spurs reaching an agreement in principle on Wednesday to send the 2014 NBA Finals MVP to the Toronto Raptors for All-Star guard DeMar DeRozan.
Los Angeles Lakers sophomore Lonzo Ball is set to undergo arthroscopic surgery on his left knee on Tuesday according to an official statement from the ballclub.