By Mort Stig Jensen

Morten is an NBA analyst who co-hosts The NBA Podcast and has experience in both TV and radio. He's also extremely Danish and loves liver paté.

Playing 2019 NBA Draft Matchmaker, Part 2

Most NBA Lottery teams draft the best player available and then figure out the fit later on during free agency. Teams are scared of leaving a potential star on the board solely because his position is already filled. Yet, fit is still a strong consideration because current teams also have current stars, and rookies don’t…

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Playing 2019 NBA Draft Matchmaker, Part 1

In today’s NBA, most lottery teams draft the best player available in the available pool and then figure out the fit later on during free agency. That’s been the thinking for years, seeing as teams are scared of leaving a potential star on the board solely because his position is already filled. That is typically the…

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Lauri Markkanen’s Breakout Should Alter Chicago’s Plans

If the month of February is any indication of what’s to come, Lauri Markkanen should get ready to represent the city of Chicago in next year’s All-Star game. The seven-foot power forward finished the month averaging 26 points, 12.2 rebounds and 2.4 assists on a true shooting percentage of 62.0%, an absolute elite number. Markkanen’s…

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Is Your Team Ready for NBA’s ‘Clean Slate Protocol’?

There are several ways to rebuild or restructure an NBA franchise. By far the most popular one, the NBA Draft is where a team may decide it’s time to establish a young core and spends a handful of years accumulating players on cheap rookie-scale contracts, allowing greater financial flexibility in free agency. Another option is…

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