Patrick Williams’ Potential is Through the Roof

Looking to join Orlando Magic forward Johnathan Isaac and Minnesota Timberwolves guard Malik Beasley as the only “one-and-done” prospects in Florida State program history, Patrick Williams has the kind of raw athleticism and youth that could potentially make him one of the greatest Seminoles to ever reach the NBA. Coming out of West Charlotte High School,…

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NBA Draft 2020: Don’t Sleep on DePaul Forward Paul Reed

Front offices long to find sleepers in the NBA Draft. Teams often overlook them because said players lack ideal size, don’t play meaningful games against the right competition and/or have a limited offensive repertoire. Smart scouts and general managers look past ideals and notice key traits such as how athleticism, basketball IQ, tools and marked…

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Lauren Cox Can Help Indiana Fever Thrive in Year One

In this week’s continuation of my Prospect Spotlight Series, I’m up to the third rookie selected off the big board. After profiling a pair of Ducks, Sabrina Ionescu and Satou Sabally, we move on to a Bear. Lauren Cox grew up in Flower Mound, Texas, before heading two hours down I-35 to play college ball…

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The Numbers: Klay Thompson Turns it Up to 11

On May 28, 2016, Klay Thompson went absolutely bonkers from deep. He drained 11 threes while leading the Golden State Warriors to a 108-101 victory over the Oklahoma City Thunder. It was a performance that had historic ramifications beyond the fact that it still stands as the playoff record for a single game. Thompson also…

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Frank Ntilikina is Still Worth Waiting for

French native Frank Ntilikina has been a project for the Knicks ever since being drafted eighth overall in 2017. Going into that draft, the 6’4” guard drew a lot of interest from scouts as a top overseas prospect, mostly due to his above-average wingspan (7’0”) and great ball-handling skills. The Knicks jumped at the opportunity to…

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The Numbers: Russell Westbrook Goes for 40/10/5

On May 27, 2014, there was still hope for a championship in Oklahoma City. Though the Thunder had dropped their first two games to the San Antonio Spurs in the Western Conference Finals, a Game 3 win and marvelous performance by Russel Westbrook in Game 4 had evened things out. Westbrook notched 40 points, 10…

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