With Jabari Parker out for the season, David Thorpe says it is Andrew Wiggins' award to lose.
The most intriguing draft in years is over, and it still doesn’t feel like we know anything. How many of the top 10 picks have you feeling like you can confidently describe what they’ll bring to their teams next year?
The Philadelphia 76ers aren’t just a part of the NBA draft. They’re an agent of chaos within it. Like Heath Ledger’s Joker character, they gleefully expose the absurdities of the system while flouting its laws.
The sweet-shooting Creighton big man gets the rapid-fire treatment.
Oklahoma State sophomore Marcus Smart steps into the rapid-fire zone.
The draft's mystery man fields some rapid-fire questions.
Noah Vonleh is one of the draft's more intriguing prospects. Few saw much of him during his one season with a middling Indiana team, but he measured out impressively and has been rocketing up the draft boards.
What was your first job? What will be your post-NBA career? How many hours a week do you work on your game? Which NBA player do you want to defend?
What's a Cavalier? Where should LeBron play? What would you say to Donald Sterling? TrueHoop TV with tough questions for the top NBA draft prospect. ...
"The mantra here has been very clear, which is to compete for championships. History, for the most part, especially recently, especially in the current environment, with the current rules and the current collective bargaining agreement, history has been reasonably clear that superstar players matter.
"I didn't build my business trying to be mediocre, and I don't think anyone should."With those words just a month after assuming control, new Milwaukee Bucks co-owner Marc Lasry sent a message to long-suffering Bucks fans that was both clear and meaningful: Longtime owner Herb Kohl’s aversion to a bottom-up rebuild was now officially dead, and “competitive” was no longer an acceptable level of long-term ambition.
About an hour west of Cleveland, nestled along a shared Lake Erie shore, sits the grand dame of American amusement parks, Cedar Point. The site has long been northern Ohioans' go-to for sugar-drenched fried dough and Berenstain Bears “live shows,” while lines for its murderers' row of record-breaking roller coasters -- this one’s the tallest .
They say a picture tells a thousand words, and in the case of this instant-sensation photo of Zach LaVine from his predraft workout with the Los Angeles Lakers, roughly 995 words were some version of “Holy $^#@!
If the Cavaliers think Jabari Parker is the best player, they should draft him. But if they take him because he helps them the most in the immediate? BAD move, says David Thorpe.
Chad Ford and Kevin Pelton join a special draft edition of THTV Live, starting at 2 p.m. ET.