Deandre Ayton, Lonnie Walker IV and Hawks fans were clear winners on draft night. Michael Porter Jr. and Kings fans can't say the same. The Crossover breaks down the biggest winners and losers from the 2018 NBA draft.
The buildup to the NBA draft often comes with big talk about potential trades and surprise selections. This year the fireworks were fewer and father between, and the Open Floor podcast crew is here to explain why.
With R.J. Barrett, Zion Williamson and Cam Reddish all headed to Duke, the Blue Devils boast three of the top four players in the 2019 NBA draft. We take an early look at the top 30 prospects in next year’s talent pool.
While the book on Michael Porter Jr. remains fairly thin, several conclusions have been made about who was supposed to be. In a converation with the Front Office, the new Denver Nugget explains who he is and who he wants to be.
After months of speculation and observation, draft night is nearly upon us. From blue-chippers to second-round sleepers, The Crossover’s Front Office reveals its final Top 100 rankings ahead of the 2018 NBA draft.
Who is the best guard prospect in the NBA draft? The Front Office examines three players who who could be picked in the lottery: Oklahoma's Trae Young, Kentucky's Shai Gilgeous-Alexander or Alabama's Collin Sexton.
Will Trae Young pan out? Will Michael Porter Jr. fall? And who is the most overhyped player in the draft? The Crossover’s Front Office asked anonymous NBA scouts to speak freely on the draft’s biggest questions.
Mikal Bridges was on top of the world when he won an NCAA title, but when it was over he knew another world awaited him. The Breakaway podcast explores every step players take between their last college game and the night of the NBA draft.
“You have a chance to demolish them, to take their heart. It’s like my drug.” The Warriors saw a new, edgier Kevin Durant this year, but the Finals MVP was wearing a familiar smile after a second straight title that came thanks to a second straight Game 3 dagger.
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.
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.