The additions of Wesley Matthews and Jae Crowder to Western Conference contenders, along with a couple more under-the-radar signings, make up the list of the top sneaky free agency moves in the recently-concluded NBA offseason.
Pau Gasol, who won two championships with the Los Angeles Lakers, is now targeting coming back to Hollywood to join forces with his brother Marc.
The Houston Rockets and the Washington Wizards have agreed to swap point guards Russell Westbrook and John Wall.
Washington Wizards star John Wall declined to address the trade speculations around him, while the Houston Rockets failed to bring in Aaron Gordon from the Orlando Magic.
The Sacramento Kings declined to match the Hawks’ offer sheet to Bogdan Bogdanovic, paving the way for the Serbian shooting guard to go to Atlanta.
After almost completely revamping their supporting cast around LeBron James and Anthony Davis, the Los Angeles Lakers are banking on unpredictability in their title repeat bid next season.
With Gordon Hayward signing a lucrative deal with the Charlotte Hornets, here are three Boston Celtics newcomers who could make an immediate impact in Brad Stevens’ rotation.
With the Los Angeles Lakers recently waiving young gunner Quinn Cook, here are three potential free agency destinations for the two-time champion point guard.
Let’s take a look at the winning formula that surrounded the 2020 NBA Draft, including the Golden State Warriors’ calculated decision just mere hours after Klay Thompson’s season-ending injury.