2019-20 Rookie Review: Cam Reddish Surprised Us In The Pick & Roll

(Photo credit – Tomek Kordylewski) By Matt Esposito As the number five overall player on my 2019 Big Board, Cam Reddish seemed to be built in a basketball factory if that factory was ran by a hoops-crazed Willy Wonka. That positional size. That fluidity. That effortless stroke. Seeing Reddish slip to the 10th pick gaveContinue reading “2019-20 Rookie Review: Cam Reddish Surprised Us In The Pick & Roll”

2019-20 Rookie Review: Coby White Has One Glaring Weakness

(photo by Tomek Kordylewski) By Matt Esposito Last year, I had Coby White 10th on my big board. There were some aspects to love. White displayed the potential to become a legitimate three level scoring threat; a skill with a premium placed on it in today’s league. He also routinely showcased an advanced shot creationContinue reading “2019-20 Rookie Review: Coby White Has One Glaring Weakness”

Kevin Knox Can Have A Bounce Back Year And It Starts On Defense

(Image by: Tomek Kordylewksi) By Nick Faggio Following a modest rookie season for Kevin Knox when he averaged 12.8 points, 1.1 assists, and 4.8 rebounds, many thought in a few years he could become a key component of New York’s long, long-awaited rebuild. A sophomore stint full of disappointment saw a dramatic decrease in almostContinue reading “Kevin Knox Can Have A Bounce Back Year And It Starts On Defense”

Has Donovan Mitchell stagnated?

Donovan Mitchell burst onto the NBA scene as a sprightly 20-year-old rookie with the Utah Jazz. However, his extraordinarily fluid transition from collegiate ranks to the pros was largely unforeseen. Mitchell drew ire from scouts and analysts alike for his irksome tendency to settle for inefficient, archaic mid-range jumpers as a Louisville Cardinal. Also, standingContinue reading “Has Donovan Mitchell stagnated?”

Your 2019-2020 All “Be Patient” Team

(Image Credit – Tomek Kordylewski) By Matt Esposito “Love is patient, love is kind.” Yes, I repeat that classic wedding poem whenever I watch Robert Williams play. Surely enough, he makes my All “Be Patient” Team for this season. What is the criteria? Idk fam, you tell me. Essentially, there are a handful of playersContinue reading “Your 2019-2020 All “Be Patient” Team”