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    Getty Tyler Herro #14 of the Miami Heat runs back to play defense against the Atlanta Hawks in the third quarter of preseason action at FTX Arena on October 04, 2021 in Miami, Florida. Miami Heat guard Tyler Herro is looking to have a breakout year during the 2021-22 NBA season and he’s put in the work this...
    Welcome to the Thursday episode of “The David Hookstead Show.” On today’s episode, we’re talking ESPN analyst Rod Gilmore sharing an insane opinion about Mario Cristobal yelling at a player, Sage Steele says ESPN’s vaccine mandate is “scary” to her “in many ways,” NBA players won’t be paid if they miss games because of the vaccine mandate, Richard Sherman...
    Getty Zach LaVine The more we hear Zach LaVine talk about the Chicago Bulls, his new teammates and the excitement he has to try to build a winning squad in the Windy City, the easier it is to believe he wants to re-sign with the club after the upcoming season. I recently spoke to Heavy NBA editor Sean...
    Getty Zion Williamson With just a few weeks to go before the start of the NBA season, there are still a good number of questions circling the Chicago Bulls and other teams. One lingering one in the Windy City questions the effectiveness of the new core, and we’re even seeing suggestions the Bulls make a major trade for...
    Getty Zach LaVine Unlike many NBA free agents who don’t readily show their hand, Chicago Bulls star and impending free agent Zach LaVine has reportedly not made it a secret where he wants to play after the 2021-22 season. According to ESPN Radio’s David Kaplan, LaVine has been pretty forthcoming with his desire to remain in Chicago. Kaplan...
    Getty Billy Donovan Chicago Bulls management went to great lengths to improve the team’s roster heading into the 2021-22 season, yet many are still poo-pooing the team’s chances of finishing in the top half of the playoff standings in the Eastern Conference.Bulls Will Probably Be a ‘Significant Disappointment,’ Says NBA AnalystBleacher Report’s Grant Hughes penned a piece revealing...
    Getty Stacey King Stacey King first made a name for himself in Chicago as a member of the Bulls from 1989 to 1994. But nowadays, Chicago knows him for the high-energy, enthusiastic commentary and analysis he provides for the Chicago Bulls as its television color commentator. He recently appeared on NBC Sports Chicago’s White Sox Talk podcast along...
    Getty Images Approaching the end of his first offseason as Boston Celtics president of basketball operations, Brad Stevens’ report card from one national writer is calling the NBA eight-year coach’s qualifications into question. The Athletic’s David Aldridge, who recently ranked all 30 NBA teams’ offseason moves, released his first of three installments, this week, and listed the Celtics...
    Getty Images Evan Fournier #94 of the Celtics defends Josh Richardson #0 of the Mavericks Turns out not everybody in the NBA world is impressed with Boston Celtics president of basketball operations Brad Stevens’ inaugural offseason. As the franchise’s new shot-caller, Stevens executed a bevy of moves, this summer, including bringing back former All-Star center Al Horford, trading...
    Getty Lauri Markkanen The Chicago Bulls have three roster spots left to fill. At least two of the players who will fill those spots need to be able to play the power forward position. Lauri Markkanen is still technically a part of the roster, though it is widely believed he will be traded before the 2021-22 NBA season...
    Getty Anthony Davis defending Bradley Beal. Out of all the star players the Los Angeles Lakers were linked to this offseason, it was a bit surprising that Russell Westbrook was the one they ended up adding. The former MVP is a great player but his fit with the team is questionable. The Lakers have been a lackluster shooting...
    Getty Golden State Warriors forward Draymond Green tries to steal the ball from Philadelphia 76ers point guard Ben Simmons during a game in March. It may not be too late for the Golden State Warriors to land Ben Simmons, one NBA analyst suggests. After the Warriors reportedly turned down a pre-NBA draft offer from Philadelphia that came with...
    Getty A new report reveals the likelihood of whether or not the Miami Heat's sign-and-trade for Kyle Lowry (L) will be nullified by the NBA. The champagne was still cold from celebrating the Miami Heat‘s incredibly successful week of free agency moves when it was announced that the team was being investigated by the NBA for the sign-and-trade...
    The definitive Kiss playlist We used these things all the time, and now theyre obsolete It's been 21 years since the dunk that shook the Sydney Games, and Vince Carter is still impressing in the Olympics. Just as a broadcaster this time. The NBA veteran served as NBC's top color commentator at the 2020 Olympics in Tokyo and received...
    Kendrick Perkins played 14 seasons in the NBA, winning one title while appearing in five Finals. But Perkins’ toughest challenge may have occurred Thursday night when he took on Moses Moody at the NBA Draft. Perkins is a rising star at ESPN for his entertaining basketball commentary, but as he attempted to break down the Golden State Warriors No....
    Getty Golden State Warriors draft pick Moses Moody poses for photos on the red carpet during the 2021 NBA Draft on July 29. There were no blockbuster trades made by the Golden State Warriors during Thursday night’s NBA draft, as they elected to make both of their lottery selections at No. 7 and No. 14 overall. Despite “highly...
    Getty Jaden Springer of Tennessee With Tom Thibodeau as head coach of the New York Knicks, defensive ability is a must for the players on the Knicks’ roster. That said, should the Knicks keep any of the four NBA draft picks that they currently own, those rookies will need to buy into defense to work well in New...
    Getty Images Chris Paul of the Phoenix Suns. It’s win or go home time for the Phoenix Suns, with a lot of pressure falling on the shoulders of veteran guard Chris Paul. Paul has been good, but not great, during the Suns three-game losing streak that has them facing elimination on the road Tuesday night for Game 6....
    Getty Kevin Knox II during a January 10 game against the Denver Nuggets. Following their first playoff berth in over eight years, the New York Knicks are hoping to ride the momentum of a winning season into the summer and free agency. What that means for some of the younger members of the roster is unclear. Last year’s...
    Getty Brooklyn's Spencer Dinwiddie looks on during warmups before the game against the Golden State Warriors at Barclays Center on December 22, 2020 in the Brooklyn borough of New York City. How the Nets proceed over the next few weeks will be immensely impactful on what transpires about a year from now, when they hope to be vying...
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    Getty Soon-to-be free agent DeMar DeRozan. Despite having a disappointing season, the Los Angeles Lakers remain a desirable location for agents. The team is likely to try and land a big name this offseason but they can’t just rely on their brand. They don’t have a ton of money to spend and any star that comes will have...
    Getty Marcus Smart #36 of the Boston Celtics argues a call with a referee during the third quarter at Wells Fargo Center. Gauging Marcus Smart’s trade value has been quite the rollercoaster this offseason. Not so long ago, it appeared as if the Boston Celtics would be thin on suitors should they shop their perceived starting point guard....
    Getty Zach LaVine at USA Basketball’s pre-Olympic training camp When Zach LaVine hits the hardwood for the Chicago Bulls, he’s the star of the show. From his high-flying plays and athleticism to his elite scoring prowess, LaVine is the No. 1 guy for the Bulls franchise. It wasn’t until late March, when Nikola Vučević joined the team, that...
    Getty Head coach Nate Bjorkgren of the Indiana Pacers speaks with T.J. McConnell #9 and Malcolm Brogdon #7 during the second quarter of their game at Spectrum Center. While it’s beginning to look as if Kemba Walker will possibly yield the Oklahoma City Thunder a bigger return than he did the Boston Celtics, the latter are likely grateful...
    Getty #16 Usman Garuba defends at the rim If so inclined and with enough free time, a person could spend many hours each day analyzing the numerous mock draft predictions for most NBA teams. This is particularly true when it comes to the Clippers, who, with the 25th pick in this year’s draft, are subject to the whims...
    Getty Images Anthony Davis of the Lakers shakes hands with Devin Booker of the Suns after a 113-100 Suns win during game six of the Western Conference first round series For the first time in 28 years, the Phoenix Suns are heading back to the NBA Finals, but now, one analyst is discrediting All-Stars Chris Paul, Devin Booker,...
    Getty Ben Simmons of the Philadelphia 76ers defends Jordan Poole of the Golden State Warriors during a game in March. The Golden State Warriors have ample draft picks in the upcoming 2021 showcase and a strong desire not to waste the remaining prime years of Stephen Curry. The Philadelphia 76ers, though they have already denied the reports multiple...
    Getty Images Marcus Smart of the Celtics reacts after being fouled by Kyrie Irving of the Nets Boston Celtics head coach Ime Udoka is embarking on his first offseason alongside the president of basketball operations Brad Stevens; together, the two will have to make a decision in regards to Marcus Smart and his forthcoming role. The latest Celtics...
    MARIA Taylor is a reporter for ESPN and SEC Networks. Georgia native Maria Taylor is showing the world the women can make it in the sports industry. 3Maria Taylor works for SEC Network and ESPNCredit: Getty Who is ESPN reporter Maria Taylor? Taylor is an analyst and host for ESPN and SEC Network. The 34-year-old University of...
    Getty Chicago's Thaddeus Young dribbles as Brooklyn's Kyrie Irving defends during the first half at Barclays Center on May 15, 2021 in the Brooklyn borough of New York City. If the 2020-21 season taught the Nets anything, it’s that for a top-heavy roster with three superstars leading the way, depth is crucial. It’s important when you’re hit with...
    Former NBA coach and current ESPN analyst Jeff Van Gundy was livid Monday night at the current state of the sport, which is getting too soft for his liking. Late in the fourth quarter, during Game 5 of the Western Conference Finals between the Phoenix Suns and the Los Angeles Clippers, Van Gundy blasted the league after a flagrant foul...
    Getty Atlanta Hawks point guard Trae Young defends Golden State Warriors point guard Stephen Curry during a game in 2018. One of the biggest stories of the 2021 NBA playoffs continues to be the maturation and utter dominance of Atlanta Hawks point guard Trae Young. The 22-year-old led the fifth-seeded Hawks past the fourth-seeded New York Knicks in...
    ESPN'S Jay Williams has come under fire for tweets about the Celtics organization. The ESPN analyst has stated that his Twitter account was hacked. 5Jay Williams is an analyst for ESPNCredit: Getty Why did ESPN's Jay Williams say his Twitter was hacked? Earlier in June, ESPN's Jay Williams tweeted about the Celtics reportedly hiring Ime Udoka, "The first...
    The Boston Celtics are nearing an agreement to hire Brooklyn Nets assistant Ime Udoka as their next head coach. Udoka replaces Brad Stevens, who was recently promoted to team president and will become the Celtics sixth head coach of color in franchise history. Shortly after the news was reported on Wednesday, ESPN basketball analyst and former NBA player Jay...
    Getty Brooklyn Nets forward Joe Harris. During the season, many were excited about a possible Los Angeles Lakers versus Brooklyn Nets NBA Finals matchup. LeBron James and Anthony Davis facing off against Kevin Durant, Kyrie Irving and James Harden would’ve been one for the ages. Unfortunately, injuries derailed both teams’ seasons and neither of them even made the...
    Getty Cade Cunningham drives past Elijah Cuffee of the Liberty Flames during the second half the first round game of the NCAA Men's Basketball Tournament on March 19. The Chicago Bulls‘ biggest need this offseason is at point guard, a position currently filled by an injured Coby White, and 29-year old Tomas Satoransky. Third-string guard Ryan Arcidiacono has...
    ESPN senior NBA writer Marc J. Spears definitely got everyone’s attention Thursday when he said basketball legend Bill Russell was “rolling in his grave.” The only problem is, he’s still alive. The incident happened on “The Jump” when the ESPN analyst was talking to host Rachel Nichols and basketball insider Ramona Shelburne about league awards and said “Bill Russell is...
    Getty Images Lakers star LeBron James reacts after hitting a big 3-pointer against the Phoenix Suns. It’s fun to talk about the best player in the world debate, but former NBAer turned ESPN analyst Kendrick Perkins says Los Angeles Lakers star LeBron James doesn’t care one bit about the argument. Perkins sounded off in a recent tweet following...
    Never jump to burying the Boston Celtics, especially when it comes to the winningest player in league history, 11-time NBA Champion Bill Russell. Marc J. Spears, ESPN’s senior NBA writer for The Undefeated was on The Jump Thursday afternoon, and made the epic blunder, accidentally stating “Bill Russell is rolling in his grave right now.” The gaffe was...
    Getty Now that the New York Knicks’ season is over, all eyes can now shift to the offseason and with so much cap space available for the team, pretty much every name you can think of is on the radar. With close to $60 million available, the team could swing for the fences if it wanted to. The...
    Getty Head coach Doc Rivers of the Philadelphia 76ers speaks with head coach Brad Stevens of the Boston Celtics prior to the game at Wells Fargo Center. Marc D’Amico has officially churned the rumor mill. The Boston Celtics‘ in-house analyst and reporter has taken to Twitter in cryptic fashion, hinting at impending news that many expect to have...
    Getty Marvin Bagley III #35 of the Sacramento Kings stands on the court during their game against the Dallas Mavericks. Many would like to see new president of basketball operations, Brad Stevens, rework a Boston Celtics roster that finished this past season with a disappointing .500-record. However, that may prove easier said than done. The Cs are strapped...
    Getty Kyle Lowry shoots a layup during a March 14 game against the Chicago Bulls. Even with the NBA playoffs still underway, non-participating teams like the Chicago Bulls are looking ahead to an offseason with anticipation of player movement. After falling short of the postseason for the fourth consecutive year, fans are hopeful that playoff basketball will return...
    Getty Los Angeles Lakers star LeBron James. There haven’t been many times throughout LeBron James‘ career where his season ended early. He’s typically one of the most important factors in the NBA playoffs. With the Los Angeles Lakers losing in the first round, LeBron’s offseason plans are likely to change. It was recently revealed that he’ll be changing...
    Getty Phoenix Suns guard Chris Paul. The season ended much quicker for the Los Angeles Lakers than anybody expected. Though injuries are largely to blame for the early playoff exit, the team clearly has big issues they need to solve. Over the last few years, the team has tried to find a legit third star or at least...
    Getty Charles Barkley and Kevin Durant postgame during the 2018 NBA Finals. Brooklyn Nets’ All-Star forward Kevin Durant has never been one to mince words no matter what the setting is. The Nets may be in the midst of a playoff battle with arguably the toughest opponent that they will see in these playoffs, but that has not...
    Getty Brooklyn's Spencer Dinwiddie dribbles during a game against the Washington Wizards at Barclays Center on December 13, 2020 in the Brooklyn borough of New York City. The Nets are missing James Harden and a couple of other important pieces, but that hasn’t mattered much through the first two games of their second-round series against Milwaukee. Brooklyn demolished...