When Minnesota Timberwolves owner Glen Taylor named David Kahn the president of basketball operations, he expected to have a playoff-contending team by now. Instead, in his four years on the job he has made more trades than times Dwight Howard has changed his mind about being traded, drafted more point guards than an apartment complex could support, and traded away more draft … [Read more...] about The ‘David Kahn’ Era
I am doing a little research on previous drafts, trying to figure out which players will be successful in the NBA. Here is today's post about NBA Draft Don'ts. … [Read more...] about NBA Draft: Don’t draft No Orange “Heeled” Fighting Illini
The Charlotte Bobcats could not have had a worse season. Actually, if winning 7 of 66 games isn’t embarrassing enough, it would be even more embarrassing if the Bobcats didn’t end up getting the #1 pick in the June draft. This team has a lot of improving to do and it starts with cleaning house. … [Read more...] about NBA Draft: Where Do The Charlotte Bobcats Go From Here?
The Sports Guy refers to himself as the Picasso of ESPN's NBA Trade Machine. Well if he is Picasso then The Sports Bank's Peter Christian and David Kay are the da Vinci and van Gogh of the trade machine (though neither would cut their own ear off while working on a trade... or at least I don't think.) In this new feature, Peter and David will play the role of NBA general … [Read more...] about NBA Trade Machine Challenge: Blow Up Pistons’ Roster
Many fans of the Minnesota Timberwolves scratched their heads when the Wolves made the June 24th draft day trade of sending forward Ryan Gomes and the rights to Luke Babbitt to Portland in exchange for wing Martell Webster. In his five seasons in Portland, Webster averaged just over 8 points per game, and an injury plagued 2008-09 campaign allowed Webster to only play in … [Read more...] about Webster’s Return Has Enhanced the Play of Young Wolves Squad