2019-20 Rookie Review: Kendrick Nunn Is Still Slept On

(Image by Tomek Kordylewski) By Nick Faggio Kendrick Nunn entered the league undrafted and unheard of.  It did not take very long for Nunn’s name to be to the talk of the town, however. Nunn scored 112 points across the first five games of the season, setting an NBA record for most points by an undraftedContinue reading “2019-20 Rookie Review: Kendrick Nunn Is Still Slept On”

2019-20 Rookie Review : Carsen Edwards Hasn’t Lived Up To His Pre-Draft Hype (Yet)

(Image by Tomek Kordylewski) By Jesse Cinquini There were high hopes for Carsen Edwards heading into his maiden NBA season. At the time, he was coming off a superbly productive stint at the Las Vegas Summer League. Just how terrific was he? Well, Edwards’ Summer League performance ranks among the top in Celtics history. Over aContinue reading “2019-20 Rookie Review : Carsen Edwards Hasn’t Lived Up To His Pre-Draft Hype (Yet)”

2019-20 Rookie Review: RJ Barrett Has Superstar Potential But Needs Work

By Matt Esposito In 7th grade Health class my teacher, Mr. Green, knew students would have opinions on the difficult topics we were covering. To protect identities, he made us use an, “I know someone who…” model. Well, I know someone who argued that RJ Barrett has a greater chance at becoming a top tierContinue reading “2019-20 Rookie Review: RJ Barrett Has Superstar Potential But Needs Work”

2019-20 Rookie Review: Kevin Porter Jr Truthers Are Celebrating

(Image by Tomek Kordylewski) By Matt Esposito Where was Kevin Porter Jr on my Big Board? Not high enough. Or, in other words, 14th. After just one season in the NBA, however, it is easy to see why KPJ needs to be bumped up on that list. Porter did not average more than 10 points perContinue reading “2019-20 Rookie Review: Kevin Porter Jr Truthers Are Celebrating”

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”