The Miami Heat aren't going to be considered a title contender for the next few years. However, the team did take a step forward with the selection of Bam Adebayo at the 2017 NBA Draft. Adebayo might have the fast track to some big minutes on the Heat's roster. With Josh McRoberts always breaking down, and James Johnson proving he's one of the NBA's most undervalued sixth men, it seems
As draft day approaches us, multiple teams are sitting in their "Draft War Room", preparing deals, going through mock drafts, and answering phone calls. And if I were the Chicago Bulls, I would be making multiple phone calls, shopping their best player Jimmy Butler, but let me explain to who and why. The first team, and the team most likely to accept at trade, that Chicago should be calling is
The Los Angeles Lakers hold the number two pick in the 2017 NBA Draft. There has been some talk about them taking the UCLA Point Guard, Lonzo Ball. However, I could see this not happening. The Lakers would be better off trading the pick. Here are four reasons why. More pressing needs The Los Angeles Lakers have more pressing needs than making a big splash in the 2017 NBA Draft.
De'Aaron Fox could be the best prospect in the 2017 NBA Draft. He's got all the tools hat he needs to be a perennial All-Star. It would appear that some teams prefer Markelle Fultz and Lonzo Ball, and that could be a huge mistake. I'm not saying Fox will definitely be as good as both Fultz and Ball, but he very well could be. The Kentucky guard is drawing a
The top half of the 2017 NBA Draft is set. The NBA has conducted the Draft Lottery. This sets the stage for the draft, as teams finally know where they stand. And if anyone is looking to strike it rich during the annual draft, look no further than Luke Kennard. Coming out of Duke, Kennard might not have the press of teammate, Jayson Tatum, but he's definitely every bit as