Kyle Kuzma showcased a wide array of spin moves, hook shots and a surprisingly efficient 3-point stroke while winning the hearts of Lakers fans across the globe last season, and then went on to set multiple rookie records for the historic franchise en route to an All-Rookie First Team selection, fully establishing him as one the league’s most promising young scorers.
Much is made about the “current NBA” or the “modern-day NBA.” You’ll hear terms like “pace and space” or just “spacing.” My current favorite buzzphrase is "freedom of movement."
Cliché and tiresome may it be, it’s become paramount. Until someone finds a way to conquer a well-executed pick-and-roll surrounded by shooters, we’re stuck here. The person who figures it out is the next ...
Larry Nance Jr. sure loves being a Cleveland Cavalier.
By the end of the Cavaliers' 102-95 loss to the Minnesota Timberwolves on Monday night, Nance posted a near triple-double stat line of 12 points, eight rebounds and seven assists. It was an all-around performance by a guy not exactly known for his scoring ability or playmaking traits.