Which NBA team has the saddest rebuilding situation? Which one will finish the season with the worst record? And if you are an NBA player, which franchise would you least want to be traded to? The Crossover paneled its NBA experts to answer these depressing questions.
While NBA front offices are run by bright and capable people, The Crossover still felt obligated to offer advice to every squad. From letting Ben Simmons run to letting Devin Booker play point, we dive into modest proposals for every team.
The NBA is more unpredictable than it's ever been, with marquee players switching teams and conferences left and right. That said, The Crossover staff was still up to the task of picking the biggest plot twist for 2018-19.
With the Warriors-Cavaliers rivalry officially over, we will have a different matchup in the NBA Finals for the first time in years. What could emerge as the new replacement? The Crossover's staff takes a stab at predicting which two teams we'll watch in June.
The NBA offseason was filled with activity, as LeBron James, Kawhi Leonard and Dwight Howard all found new homes. Of course, not every transaction will pan out, and with that in mind, The Crossover considers which team will be the biggest flop this year.
With the NBA season right around the corner, players and coaches are discussing the year ahead at their team's media days. The Crossover chronicled the best photos, quotes and moments from around the league.
Jimmy Butler and the Timberwolves have been at odds in recent weeks. And while Minnesota has reportedly rebuffed trade offers, The Crossover's staff still took time to point out his potential landing spots.