After a somewhat lackluster NBA All-Star Weekend, several teams are starting to shake things up as the trade deadline approaches.
DeMarcus Cousins just formed the 'Brothers of Destruction' with Anthony Davis in New Orleans, while the Houston Rockets now have the two front-runners for Sixth Man of the Year after acquiring Lou Williams (the other one is Eric Gordon).
Magic is no doubt one of, if not the best Laker of all time. Five-time champion, three-time MVP, 12-time All-Star—his body of work as a player speaks for itself.
Although we can't quite fathom how he will fare as an executive. Despite winning another championship with the Los Angeles Sparks as a part owner, Johnson calling the shots for a basketball organization doesn't seem like a good idea, if you get to read his Twitter feed.
Simply put, his tweets—usually about his assessment of the game—have not been so magical, but rather, have been the butt of jokes for their inanely predictable nature.
A [blind] eye for talent
Knight has been the odd guard out in Phoenix, while Carter-Williams has been a shell of his Rookie of the Year self in Chicago. At least Fredette exploded for 73 points recently. In China.
What the Lakers' free agency will look like
Let me guess—Stephen Curry to Los Angeles?
The real Captain Obvious
He's onto something here.
So if they play bad, the Dubs lose? Is that what he's saying?
Where does he get these insightful analyses?
So do the other 500 active NBA players.