Sprung: Introducing The NBA All-Loser Teams

Anthony Davis

The NBA regular season ends in less than four weeks, and a lion’s share of the national articles until then will be about playoff teams, playoff contenders, awards and the pursuit of history. For the fans of teams with no hope of a postseason berth, this article is for you. The first annual All-Loser Teams feature three starting fives from franchises that will certainly be drafting in the lottery this year. It excludes teams such as Chicago, Washington, Detroit, Houston and


Bernucca: Five Teams That Need To Make a Trade


Former NBA Executive of the Year Mark Warkentien once told me a story about this time of the season. Warkentien often traveled with his teams during the season and came to practices both at home and on the road. But not in the days leading up to the trading deadline. While with Denver, Warkentien was on the road with the Nuggets and sitting in the hotel lobby one morning before practice. It was a couple of days before the trading deadline. A


Middleton Unsure If Changes Are Coming for Bucks


TORONTO– Khris Middleton, like the Milwaukee Bucks’ season to date, was a disappointment in Saturday night’s 3-point shooting contest and afterward shared his thoughts on what could be a week of change for the Bucks franchise.  “With the trade deadline, you never know what could pop up, who gets traded and who stays,” Middleton told SheridanHoops in a one-on-one interview in a crowded Air Canada Centre. “As far as right now, we’re all going to be there.” In terms of what roles


Tweet of the Night: Spencer Dinwiddie reacts to former teammate Greg Monroe getting posterized by DeAndre Jordan


DeAndre Jordan’s one and only weapon on offense is dunking the ball, and he does it better than just about anyone else his size with his freakish athleticism. Knowing this, players around the league rarely look to defend him when he is airborne. Why? They don’t want any part of getting posterized by the big man, especially after seeing what happened to Brandon Knight some years ago. Enter Wednesday night, when Greg Monroe instinctively decided to position himself to take a charge