Now that the Year in Review series is over, The Atlantic Files is back with a new episode on the latest news coming out of the Atlantic Division. The Knicks may be the second best team in New York now, but we have to wait and see what Cleveland decides to do with Kyrie Irving.
Hello hoops fanatics and Atlantic Division faithful. There have been some injuries and some complaining about rotations lately in the Atlantic Division and of course I had to look up some stats accordingly, so this is why we had to have a palooza. Here are the party activities: DeMarre Carroll underwent knee surgery David Lee
The Toronto Raptors finished with back-to-back Atlantic Division titles last season, and they also ran into a team with Paul Pierce in the playoffs for a second time. Unfortunately, Paul Pierce has turned into the Raptors-“killer,” and the Wizards sent them home after a 4-0 series sweep. This offseason, not many changes took place in the
The Atlanta Hawks were one of the more surprising teams last season. They posted a franchise best 60-22 record, including going undefeated (17-0) in the month of January. The team had four players (Jeff Teague, Kyle Korver, Paul Millsap, Al Horford) voted to the All-Star Game which has only happened seven times in the history
The Atlantic Files is back with an offseason episode and I talk about the following: Toronto’s addition of DeMarre Carroll and loss of Lou Williams Boston’s signings of Johnson, Jerebko, and the acquisition of David Lee Brooklyn’s loss of Deron Williams and the re-signing of Brook Lopez Philadelphia’s additions of Jahlil Okafor, Nik Stauskas, and Jason
The Toronto Raptors have agreed to a one-year, $3 million contract with veteran big man Luis Scola, who played for the Indiana Pacers last season. Adrian Wojnarowski of Yahoo! Sports along with Scola himself broke the news of the deal. We the north… Here I come 🙂 — Luis Scola (@LScola4) July 9, 2015 Free agent Luis Scola
As reported by James Herbert of CBS Sports, DeMarre Carroll could be seeing a payday as big as $12 million per year. If anyone improved his worth this season, it definitely was DeMarre Carroll. Throughout the regular season and postseason, before he hurt his knee, Carroll proved that he can play an important role on
Credit: Scott Cunningham/NBAE via Getty Images A couple of years ago DeMarre Carroll was bouncing around the league and sometimes in the D-league, but now it seems like he’ll be getting a nice payday this summer. Carroll, 29, was selected by the Memphis Grizzlies with the 27th pick in the 2009 NBA Draft. After lasting
DeMarre Carroll’s injury isn’t as bad as it originally seemed. Carroll’s knee has no structural damage which many feared because it was a non-contact injury. This is great news for the Atlanta Hawks. MRI reveals no ligament or structural damage to Hawks’ DeMarre Carroll’s knee. He is listed as questionable. (via ESPN & multiple reports)
According to Ananth Pandian of CBS Sports, Kentucky big man Karl-Anthony Towns and the New York Knicks could be match made in heaven. Towns has been consistently touted as a top-5 pick and the Knicks are going to have a top pick. The Knicks obviously need a center, especially one who can change a game.