Markelle Fultz

Report: Markelle Fultz Out Until He Sees New York Shoulder Specialist

More bad news for the Philadelphia 76ers and guard Markelle Fultz. As David Aldridge reports that, in the direction of his attorney, Fultz is scheduled to see a shoulder specialist early next week. He will not be with the team during this time. At the direction of his attorney, Raymond Brothers, @MarkelleF is scheduled to

Continue Reading →

Derrick Rose

Derrick Rose’s charity gives student up to $200,000 in scholarship money

Over the summer, Minnesota Timberwolves point guard Derrick Rose announced he was starting his own scholarship called the The Rose Scholars. Rose is encouraging high school students to pursue their dreams of college by awarding over $400,000 in tuition money through the program. Last week, Alberto Ruiz won $10,000 for his college education at Middle Tennessee State University, and on Monday

Continue Reading →

Carmelo Anthony

Carmelo Anthony isn’t done but the Rockets might be

To put it simply the Houston Rockets should be embarrassed by the way they handled Carmelo Anthony. To sign this man to a veteran’s minimum contract and cut him just 10 games into the season is straight up disrespectful to a player of his caliber. Hell even most G-League players get at least two 10-day

Continue Reading →

76ers finally land third star with trade for Jimmy Butler

The Philadephia 76ers and Minnesota Timberwolves have agreed to a trade that will send Jimmy Butler to join the Process in exchange for Robert Covington, Dario Saric, center Justin Patton, and a 2022 second-round pick. Minnesota has traded Jimmy Butler and Justin Patton to Philadelphia for Robert, Covington, Dario Saric and a 2022 second-round draft

Continue Reading →

Markelle Fultz

Markelle Fultz’s trainer says he’s not healthy in now deleted tweet

Sixers second-year guard Markelle Fultz had one of the strangest rookie seasons in recent memory. The former No. 1 overall pick only played in 14 games last year with the Sixers due to scapular muscle imbalance in his right shoulder and lost all confidence in his shot. Markelle Fultz worked out with renowned shooting coach Drew

Continue Reading →

NBA

NBA Roundtable: Reacting to the first week of the season

The first week of the 2018-19 NBA season is in the books, and we’ve been treated to some WILDLY entertaining basketball. High scoring games, 50-point outbursts and even a fight between two legendary point guards. We gathered several writers for a roundtable discussion on the fireworks we saw fly in the first seven days of

Continue Reading →

Jimmy Butler

Like It Or Not: Jimmy Butler Living His Basketball Truth

Jimmy Butler is no stranger to adversity. Friday night, the Timberwolves home opener began with a barrage of boos that rained from the rafters of the Target Center following the introduction of the All-Star forward. It was not a surprising reaction from a fan base that felt scalded by the fact that Butler very publicly

Continue Reading →

Charles Barkley: “One and Done Players Hurt The NBA”

The “one and done” rule has been a long standing issue within the NBA for quite a few years now. The NBA and National Basketball Players Association are still struggling to reach an agreement on lowering the league’s minimum age to 18, in order to eliminate the amount of one and done players in the league.

Continue Reading →

WNBA

WNBA Players and Community React to NBA’s New “Select” G League Salaries

This week the NBA reportedly agreed to a new way for high school basketball players to begin their pro careers. They will be offered a “professional path” to the G League with select $125k base salaries, giving players an alternative to the “one-and-done” route. It didn’t take long for the news to garner responses from

Continue Reading →

Pelicans

It’s only one game, but the Pelicans have the potential to be scary good

The New Orleans Pelicans showed flashes of potential in an opening night beatdown of the Houston Rockets. Anthony Davis and company went into Houston and won 131-112 as they couldn’t be stopped all night. While the night was supposed to be about how the new look Rockets would perform, it was Anthony Davis who stole

Continue Reading →