Basketball Articles

Scouting Report: David Stockton

by Cameron Schott

Although David Stockton isnít an ideal prospect physically, he has an elite feel and IQ for the game. After spending this season with the Kings' affiliate, he obviously made a strong enough impression to earn the NBA opportunity. Read more »
DraftKings' $50,000 One-Day Fantasy Basketball Contest

by RealGM Staff Report

To celebrate the return of the NBA, DraftKings is offering RealGM readers a great opportunity to win a share of $50,000 by picking a fantasy basketball team for Friday's games. Read more »
Grading The Deal: Bucks, Suns, 76ers Swap Point Guards

by Andrew Perna

In the most surprising deal completed before Thursday afternoonís trade deadline, the Bucks, Suns and 76ers agreed to swap five players and a first round draft pick. Read more »
Grading The Deal: Celtics Trade For Isaiah Thomas

by Andrew Perna

The Isaiah Thomas trade is significant as it makes good basketball sense and signals that Danny Ainge is finally ready to begin flipping some of his assets. Read more »
Instant Recap Of Duke-UNC; Freshmen Ranked 21-40

by Dan Hanner

On an overtime thriller at Cameron Indoor Stadium between the Blue Devils and Tar Heels, as well as the freshmen that entered the season ranked 21-40. Read more »
The Stepien List At The Deadline

by Daniel Leroux

Using our incomparable pick database, we've determined which teams are presently limited by the Stepien rule and how it affects them right now at the deadline. Read more »
2015 NBA Draft Pick Protection Update

by Daniel Leroux

The first half of the NBA season has changed some of the dynamics of traded pick protection, while also producing a few other trades involving 2015 picks. Read more »
Why SMU Has The Pieces For A Deep Tournament Run

by Jonathan Tjarks

Nothing has gone according to plan at SMU this season. The NCAA is already sniffing around the program. Nevertheless, the Mustangs keep on winning. Read more »
The Impending Longevity Of Chris Bosh

by Andrew Perna

Chris Bosh marvelled at the longevity of Tim Duncan and doesn't think he can match it, but he's following in the footsteps of Rasheed Wallace and Kevin Garnett as recent big men that moved further away from the basket rather than closer as they aged. Read more »
Jimmy Butler's Wow Moment

by Jarrod Rudolph

From Tyler Junior College to Marquette to becoming a late first rounder for the Bulls, Jimmy Butler has shown the ability and willingness to grow, develop and contribute every place heís played. Read more »
Kyle Korver An All-Star For Intangibles, Team

by Jarrod Rudolph

In a league where reputations are born due in large part to gaudy averages, Kyle Korver reminds us that a playerís impact is so much more than numbers. Read more »
Damian Lillard A True All-Star Regardless Of How He Arrives

by Jarrod Rudolph

Thereís a maturity that goes with a top-tier game for Damian Lillard. He understands that his success is attached to the team and anything spectacular that he does needs to be in the framework of the teamís plans. Read more »
2015 NBA All-Star Media Notebook

by Andrew Perna

For two hours, reporters of all kinds jostled for position as basketballís biggest stars gathered in one (huge) room in advance of this weekendís festivities. Read more »
Coach's Corner: On David West's Future, Josh Smith's Role

by Brett Koremenos

For a team that has avoided anything but simple, safe decisions in building their roster over the past half-decade, dealing David West triggers an opportunity to swing for the fences. Read more »
Willie Cauley-Stein And The Two-Way College Basketball Superstar

by Jonathan Tjarks

Willie Cauley-Stein is the best player on the best team in the country and heís not going to be a first-team All-American. Thereís lot more that goes into helping your team win basketball games than scoring a lot of points. Read more »
DraftKings' $500 One-Day Fantasy Basketball Freeroll

by RealGM Staff Report

DraftKings is offering RealGM readers a great opportunity to win a share of $500 for free by drafting a fantasy basketball team for Wednesday's games. Read more »
Non-National NBA Games Of The Week (Feb. 9-Feb.11)

by Daniel Leroux

With the All-Star Game looming, the NBA still has a nice first three days of non-national games including some fun conference matchups. Read more »
NBA Prospects From The Big 12

by Jonathan Tjarks

The Big 12 is widely considered the deepest conference in the country this season. And while there isnít a ton of high-level talent outside of Kansas and Texas, almost every team has at least 1-2 guys being seriously looked at by NBA scouts. Read more »
NCAA Injury Splits, Part 1 (Early February Edition)

by Dan Hanner

It is time once again for our annual injury splits column, showing how various teams have performed with and without key players on the floor. Read more »
NCAA Injury Splits, Part 2 (Early February Edition)

by Dan Hanner

It is time once again for our annual injury splits column, showing how various teams have performed with and without key players on the floor. Read more »