Last season, we saw players such as Clint Capela and Victor Oladipo take their games to another level. So who's poised for a breakout year this season? The Crossover selects five candidates to make the leap.
Carmelo Anthony will team up with James Harden and Chris Paul with hopes of competing for a title, but after last season there are doubts about how much he can contribute. Will Anthony perform better without Russell Westbrook?
We're in the dead of summer and the NBA storylines are few and far between. For now, The Crossover will lean into the absurdity of the offseason and decide who is doing the best job promoting themselves on social media.
Former Yugoslavia, which produced the likes of Vlade Divac, Toni Kukoč and the late Dražen Petrović, has become one of the NBA's best international foundations for talent. First-round picks Luka Dončić and Dzanan Musa are the latest phenoms from the region.
One of the great minds in basketball, Andre Iguodala is razor sharp and has interesting answers for almost any topic. In an interview with The Crossover, he offers thoughtful statements on LeBron James, golf and more.
Draymond Green is one of the best defenders on the planet and a future Hall of Famer. He's also a lot to handle. Here's why Green, not Kevin Durant, will likely be the first member of the Hamptons Five to leave Golden State.
LeBron James made a heroic effort in his community and opened the I Promise school to help families in Akron, Ohio. After his interview caught the attention of Donald Trump, James reacted the best way possible—by letting his activism do the talking.
The third African-born player to appear in the NBA, Dikembe Mutombo feels it is his responsibility to reach back and keep the option available to his home continent. He told The Crossover how NBA Africa Game helps that effort.
Can former first-round pick Henry Ellenson find his stride in year three? The Pistons forward opens up about what he learned from Stan Van Gundy and what he's trying to glean from his All-Star teammates.