The dust is finally starting to settle after a chaotic NBA offseason but will there be another major trade before the summer ends? The Crossover identified the most intriguing candidates on the market and their potential landing spots.
The Lakers have one of the top duos in the NBA, but they have garnered less attention as of late, with Kawhi Leonard and Paul George on the Clippers and Kevin Durant and Kyrie Irving on the Nets. The Open Floor podcast wants to make sure you don't forget Anthony Davis.
We watched DeMarcus Cousins struggle through two major leg injuries and take discount deals with the Warriors and Lakers. The Open Floor podcast discusses what next season holds for Cousins in Los Angeles.
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.
Once you get over the shock Russell Westbrook landing on the Rockets and reuniting him with James Harden, the deal seems a little desperate on Houston's end. There's a chance Chris Paul and Harden could no longer work together, but this fix feels more impulsive than opportunistic.
The most recent decisions of Kawhi Leonard, Anthony Davis, Kevin Durant and Kyrie Irving showcase that NBA players are more powerful than ever. So what does this mean for the future of free agency and teambuilding?
What would lead Penn's basketball coach, an ex-pro player and beloved Quakers star, to take payouts from the father of a phony recruit? And what would happen when that phony recruit's father turned out to be the man behind a sprawling Medicare fraud? Before the Varsity Blues scandal, there was Jerome Allen.
After retiring from the NBA, Jalen Rose has become one of the most respected NBA analysts on television. The Crossover went behind the scenes of his grueling schedule that includes serving as a co-host of ESPN's Get Up!, NBA Countdown analyst, and co-host of Jalen & Jacoby.