New York has certainly surrounded Anthony with more talent, but it's up to the star forward to elevate his game that much more. The front office doesn't appear to be taking that for granted.
North Carolina has landed a big man for the future in Raleigh (N.C.) Word of God center Brandon Huffman. The 6-foot-10 Huffman is ranked the No. 45 center in the Class of 2017 by 247Sports.com. He also held offers from Missouri, Virginia Tech, Providence, Indiana, Oklahoma State, UNLV, Georgia Tech, Seton Hall, Pitt, LSU, UConn and others. Huffman is Carolina's second Class of 2017 commit, following Northfield (MA) Mount Hermon shooting guard Andrew Platek. North Carolina head coach Roy Williams and his staff were familar Huffman because they recruited his former teammate Rawle Alkins last year at Raleigh (N.C.) Word of God Academy. "They came over and they saw [Huffman] a little bit then [when
What is with the ridiculous, unrealistic Philadelphia 76ers rumors of late? This summer the Sixers made runs at veteran guards such as Jamal Crawford and Manu Ginobili (and they forced the Spurs to pay up for the Argentinian to keep him). The Cleveland Cavaliers and J.R. Smith are in a staring contest, and Smith remains a free agent.