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The Underrated Winners And Losers Of Kawhi Leonard And Paul George Joining The Clippers

Kawhi Leonard is a Los Angeles Clipper, and in a bit of a surprise twist, he brought an All-Star running mate with him. Prior to Leonard’s decision to head home getting announced, the Clippers pulled off a trade to acquire fellow SoCal native Paul George, too. 1,112 more words

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Best landing spots for Russell Westbrook

If you were living under a rock and didn’t here, the Thunder traded Paul George to the Clippers for a ridiculous number of draft picks, Shai Gilgeous-Alexander and Danilo Galinari. 1,605 more words


Moments that shaped the 2018/2019 NBA season: The Luka and Beard edition

The NBA post-season exploded into action earlier this week, giving us the first glimpse into what the league would look like coming into October. Players are moving around teams in what seems like the most intense game of musical chairs ever as the media and fans are already looking into the crystal ball, trying to determine the outcome of next season. 1,349 more words


This guy

Somebody get this guy a regular spot on SNL, TNT, ESPN, all of the above. The agony and ecstasy of NBA Free Agency 2019 perfectly summed up in a hilarious four-minute video. 54 more words


Dwight Howard Free Agency: Lakers, Mavericks Among Best Fits

Dwight Howard will reportedly soon be looking for his next NBA stop.

Shortly after a trade was announced that sent the eight-time All-Star center from the Washington Wizards to the Memphis Grizzlies, … 717 more words


What Options Remain for the Dallas Mavericks This Off-Season?

If I had to summarize the Dallas Mavericks’ free agency period in one word, it would be disappointing. After years and years of chasing a superstar only to be left at the altar, it was refreshing to enter free agency knowing that would likely not be the case this summer. 4,886 more words

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How Dallas, Indiana, Chicago, and Los Angeles Clippers are creating extra cap space this summer

It’s a super small thing, but the teams who are agreeing to terms early with their own restricted free agents are seeing a slight benefit – they can rescind the qualifying offer for those players and open up a bit of extra cap space. 680 more words