Jimmy Butler

Just My Take: Jimmy Butler Trade

At some point, Jimmy Butler is going to have to decide what he wants. After multiple reports of having issues with teammates in Chicago and more of the same in Minnesota, Butler will be on the move yet again in search of a culture that he can appreciate. My confusion is that if he is

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Jimmy Butler

Roundtable: Jimmy Butler requests trade from Timberwolves

As we near the start of training camp, media day and ultimately a new NBA season, the basketball world was hit with one last offseason shockwave, as Minnesota Timberwolves All-Star Jimmy Butler has formally requested a trade from the team. Butler’s wishlist includes the Brooklyn Nets, New York Knicks and Los Angeles Clippers, so for

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Joakim Noah

Report: Timberwolves have no current plans to pursue Joakim Noah

The Minnesota Timberwolves have no current plans to pursue Joakim Noah should Noah part ways with the New York Knicks in the near future as expected, according to a report from Marc Stein of The New York Times. The Knicks have been unable to find a trade partner for Noah, who has two years and

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Courtney Lee

Report: Knicks have looked to trade Courtney Lee

The New York Knicks have looked to trade shooting guard Courtney Lee this summer, according to a report from Marc Berman of The New York Post. Lee has two years and $25 million left on his contract. The 32-year-old signed a four-year, $48 million free agent deal with the Knicks back in 2016. In 76 games last

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The Atlantic Files

The Atlantic Files Episode 95: The New York Knicks are starting to have hope

2018 Atlantic Files Year in Review Episodes: Nets | Sixers | Raptors This week on the Atlantic Files Podcast, Alex Fischbein and Mike Bash are joined by Gregg Sussman of the FNTSY Sports Network. The Year in Review series takes another stop in New York to rehash the season that was for the New York Knicks.

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Carmelo Anthony

Clyde Drexler says Carmelo Anthony joining Rockets ‘will improve what they were able to do last year’

Basketball Society’s Brandon ‘Scoop B’ Robinson talks NBA free agency & more on the Chris Murray Report. Press Play Below To Listen!    According to multiple reports, ten-time NBA All-Star Carmelo Anthony will join the Houston Rockets. With career averages of 24 points and 6.5 rebounds per game, last season, the three-time U.S. Olympic gold

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The Atlantic Files

The Atlantic Files Ep91: Can Kawhi Leonard turn LeBronto back to Toronto?

The Atlantic Division is on red alert! Kawhi Leonard has finally left San Antonio and has found a new home in Toronto. Will that be a temporary home or a permanent home, well the world may have to wait to find out. This week on the Atlantic Files, Mike and Alex take a look into

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Rookie, NBA Draft

Which 2018 NBA second-round draft picks will deliver in rookie season?

First round picks are nice, but let us not forget how important picks 31-60 can be. There has been an assemblage of second-round picks in past seasons who have managed to carve their way onto an NBA roster and find ways to contribute. The 2018 NBA Draft class was deep and saturated with talent. After

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The Atlantic Files

The Atlantic Files Episode 90: If healthy, the next Western Conference Power will be the Denver Nuggets, says Mike Bash

The Atlantic Files is back again with a brand new, permanent, co-host! Mike Bash, previously the Brooklyn Nets correspondent of the show, is the new co-host moving forward and we’re glad to have him! This week’s episode of The Atlantic Files features some of the best free agency signings, draft trade outcomes, and summer league

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The Atlantic Files

The Atlantic Files Episode 89: NBA Draft Thoughts

The 2018 NBA Draft has officially come and gone. Many dreams have come true, some are on the fence, and others are looking for some new ones. On the latest episode of the Atlantic Files, Alex gives his thoughts on how the Atlantic Division teams faired with their respective drafts. The Sixers were the most

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