The Damian Lillard trade request has been one of the stories of the 2023 NBA offseason. After 12 seasons with the Trail Blazers, the star point guard would like to move on in pursuit of an NBA championship.
First-year general manager Mike Dunleavy Jr.'s first official act as head basketball decision-maker for the Golden State Warriors was jettisoning home-grown guard Jordan Poole for future Hall of Famer Chris Paul.
This list skews towards players who were stars in the 2000s and early-2010s because many of the players who were stars during the mid-to-late 2010s are still playing at a star level and, therefore, may play their way out of potentially "forgotten stars" status.
Los Angeles County has produced some of the greatest basketball players in the history of the game. Most sowed their seeds for greatness on the high school level. Here is our list of the best prep players from L.A. (Los Angeles County, to be more specific
Perhaps more so than any other professional sport, individual rivalries in the NBA seem to be more celebrated. And naturally, the emphasis toward one-on-one showmanship and star caliber is a big part of the game.
As time passes and the talent in the NBA gets better and better, we tend to only remember the very best players of the yesteryears — the superstars, the members of the NBA 75 and All-Decade teams. With this list, we're paying homage to 20 stars from the mid-1970s-to-mid-1980s that you may have forgotten about.
Heat players are trying to focus on their Summer League games, but trade rumors are never far away, especially for those who might be sent to Portland in a potential Damian Lillard deal, writes Ira Winderman of The Sun-Sentinel.
The Celtics may not have a clear-cut answer for who'll replace Marcus Smart following the trade which brought Kristaps Porzingis to town, but if they're looking for experience, John Wall seems to be ready to roll.