The Lakers were the talk of Las Vegas once again, with Josh Hart often proving to be the top talent on the court. Who else stood out? The Crossover picks the most intriguing players at 2018 Summer League.
San Antonio clearly thinks the game differently than the rest of the league. The Spurs' decision to double down on midrange, however, could prove to be the genesis of a traffic jam rather than a revolutionary tactic.
The Raptors' decision to trade DeMar DeRozan ends one of the most successful runs in franchise history and breaks up one of the best friendships in basketball. The Crossover takes a trip down memory lane and remembers the amazing moments DeRozan shared with Kyle Lowry.
No incoming rookie has faced immediate criticism like Atlanta Hawks guard Trae Young. The Crossover defends his play at NBA Summer League and explains why people should stop comparing him to Stephen Curry.
LeBron James will become a Laker, and while his latest free-agency move is undoubtedly complicated, the decision is less about what type of team Los Angeles is more about his ability to build franchises and wield power in a way no other player could.
Which Dennis Rodman should we remember? The unselfish, relentless Hall of Famer that was ahead of his time? Or the one popping up on TMZ and traveling to North Korea? The NBA's rebounding king carries a complicated legacy.
Salvador "Kickstradomis" Amezcua is a sneaker customizer to the stars but he wasn't always in such a prime position. He talked to The Crossover about his rise in the sneaker game as a partially color blind designer.
On behalf of Tissot, the 5th pick in the NBA Draft and new Atlanta Hawks Guard, Trae Young, joins Crossover TV to talk about flat Earth theories and more. For more of this interview and Crossover TV, subscribe to SI TV.
Fizdale is inheriting a really difficult job with the Knicks. The lack of surefire young talent on the roster coupled with the expectations to immediately compete for the Eastern Conference playoffs will give the new coach a serious challenge.