The Rockets landed Russell Westbrook in a summer blockbuster move but how will the superstar coexist with former teammate and another ball-dominant star in James Harden? The Crossover breaks down their fit and future in Houston.
The season is over, the draft has come and gone and now it's time for the greatest show in sports: NBA free agency. From Kawhi Leonard to Maxi Kleber, The Crossover ranked the top 50 players available this summer.
With the Warriors set to regress to the mean next season, teams that took cover have resurfaced. There's finally something to play for in the Western Conference, and we could see as many as 12 or 13 teams vying for the playoffs until the bitter end.
The 76ers attacked free agency with the same approach they've used throughout general manager Elton Brand's tenure, pouncing for players they want when given the chance. This time they lured Al Horford away from the Celtics.
Faced with the choice of re-signing injured superstars or finding new blood, the Warriors will look a lot different next season. The Crossover considers their immediate future and the possible adjustments they might need to make.
The Pelicans made the decision to trade the No. 4 pick, which was an extension of the Anthony Davis deal. The Hawks surveyed the entire chess board and found a way to get the prospect they wanted, while the Pelicans focused on complementing Zion Williamson.