We are still getting used to the Eastern Conference post-LeBron James era. The Miami Heat and Boston Celtics represent organizations that work on the sum-of-all-parts model, as opposed to, the team-up-superstars model. There’s nothing wrong with either one. It shows the diversity of ways organizations can build a successful team.
With the Milwaukee Bucks sidelined from the playoffs, they turn to their most pressing need… re-signing Giannis Antetokounmpo. According to reports, Antetokounmpo and the Bucks have already spoke about the supermax, paying the luxury tax and roster building. There’s no doubt that Bucks Governor, Marc Lasry, wants Antetokounmpo’s input on
Brett Brown has been fired by the Philadelphia 76ers. This was far from being shocking news. Various outlets are reporting that Tyrone Lue and Villanova’s Jay Wright are at the top of Elton Brand’s wish list. Brown took over the Sixers during the infamous, “Trust the Process” era. Over the
When the Chicago Bulls hired Jim Boylen they knew what they were getting. A hard-nose coach who was going to make players earn every minute they were out on the floor. After two wildly unsuccessful years, Boylen was fired. Under Boylen, the Bulls were 39-84 (.317). Boylen didn’t come without