A vote of confidence is considered a death knell in sports, but LeBron James showed Kentavious Caldwell-Pope that it gets worse. When asked about his teammate's fate, James couldn't hide his desire to ship Caldwell-Pope.
Will Giannis's poor shooting recover in time for the playoffs? Can the Raptors really rely on their young bench to help them reach the Finals? Those questions and more haunt the Eastern Conference contenders.
Which NBA team has the saddest rebuilding situation? Which one will finish the season with the worst record? And if you are an NBA player, which franchise would you least want to be traded to? The Crossover paneled its NBA experts to answer these depressing questions.
After evaluating Oregon’s Bol Bol in his first games against high-major college competition, The Crossover’s Front Office examines one of college basketball’s most polarizing prospects, and the challenges the modern NBA presents him.
Candace Parker is leading an interesting life, spending time on the court and in front of the camera at the same time. The WNBA star talks to The Crossover about her new TV role with Turner and new coach with the Sparks.
Is Russell Westbrook a good teammate? We are exposed to the ultra competitive, hard-charging triple double waiting to happen on a nightly basis. But members of the Thunder see a different side every day.
After Markelle Fultz was diagnosed with Neurogenic Thoracic Outlet Syndrome, could the 76ers be held liable for missing the injury, or will Philadelphia try to find a way to offload its former No. 1 overall pick?
The deal was only one of many in his career, but former Nets GM Billy King still can't quite shake the trade he made to bring Kevin Garnett, Paul Pierce and Jason Terry to Brooklyn. Nearly five years later, he still wears the decision like a scarlet letter.
Miles Plumlee isn't afraid to try new things. He unicycles through New York City, endures grueling workouts and parties at Burning Man. At the end of the day, he uses all of those experiences to help lead a young Hawks team.
Introducing The Step Backs's 25-under-25 with players like Donovan Mitchell, Jayson Tatum, Clint Capela and Julius Randle surging up the list, and others, like Nerlens Noel, Andrew Wiggins, Markelle Fultz and Dennis Smith Jr. sliding off.