Mo Bamba is the latest to give a lottery team the cold shoulder, but it happens all the time.
Mo Bamba hit headlines this week for something he didn’t do.
When Zhaire Smith’s parents dropped him off at college on his 18th birthday, they were just hoping he’d find a way to get on the floor for Texas Tech as a freshman. Smith was entering the program as a lowly three-star recruit, and the Red Raiders had six seniors on the roster ahead of him.
Doncic is the best prospect on the board. Stop nitpicking.
Luka Doncic is one of the most accomplished NBA Draft prospects ever, having led the best non-NBA team in the world to a championship while snatching the league MVP, championship MVP, and dubbing the name “Wonder Boy” by 19 years of age. He’s put up unprecedented numbers in Liga ACB and EuroLeague for someone his age, thriving while playing among full grown adults rather than college kids.
James was once considered the platonic ideal for unselfishness. Now, it’s Curry — for an entirely different reason.
The year was 2007, before President Barack Obama and before President Donald Trump, before Instagram, before algorithms changed how we see the world. LeBron James, standing at the top of the key in Game 1 of the Eastern Conference Finals against the Detroit Pistons, was about to commit the cardinal sin of the times: he was about to make the right basketball play.
Puma has reportedly inked another projected top 2018 NBA Draft pick to an endorsement deal.
The footwear and apparel company signed Texas Tech guard Zhaire Smith to a contract Sunday, according to a report by ESPN. Puma reportedly agreed to a five-year shoe deal with Duke forward Marvin Bagley III last week.