There’s an NBA rumor picking up steam that LeBron James will ditch the Cleveland Cavaliers to play in Los Angeles in 2017. That rumor still is alive — but it appears we can narrow it down to one L.A. team. During an appearance on the “Freddie and Fitz” podcast Friday, The Undefeated’s Mike Wise — a veteran NBA reporter whose previous stops include the Washington Post and New York Times — stated pretty definitively that James never will play for the Los Angeles Clippers. “I got from a very good authority, a very good authority, that LeBron James will never be a Clipper,” Wise said on the podcast, via ESPN.com. “I can’t tell you who, but I’m going to tell you it’s somebody that knows, and LeBron
Moments after the Atlanta Hawks made Alpha Kaba the final pick in the 2017 NBA Draft, the attention of the basketball world turned to what promises to be a frenzied free-agency period. Beginning July 1st, a bevy of big-name players hit the open market, including Chris Paul, Blake Griffin, Gordon Hayward, and the tattered remains of Derrick Rose. For these free agents, there is much to consider in choosing their next team. Who offers the most established leadership? (Miami) The best weather? (Miami) The most accessible network of HGH dealers? (Miami) Then, of course, there’s the little matter of money, and when it comes to extracting the most coin possible out of a contract, it typically behooves
Denver likes its young core. What Denver needs most is an upgrade at the four — someone who can defend, rebound, and space the floor. Instead, expect the Nuggets to be aggressive on the free agent market.