The business of the NBA, it seems more and more every year, is business rather than basketball, and the second thing- the reason we're all here in the first place- is suffering for it.
Kevin Huerter had been enjoying life in the NBA to the point he forgot he was going to be paid.
A team is more likely to acquire a superstar through the draft or trade than they are using outright cap space.
After drifting around the league for six-and-a-half seasons, Harris is finally being given a chance to show what he can do playing consequential basketball.
We extoll NBA offense simply for the scoring- no nicknames, pop star girlfriends, or on-court histrionics necessary. That's because it's so American, so individualistic. Unlike defense.