When we talk about the NBA being a players' league where the players appear to have more power than ever before, we need to be more conscientious of firstly, just how limited that power is relative to ownership and secondly, how few players we're talking about.
The Bucks are not cute, and they're not a fluke. Yet it remains unclear exactly what they are.
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.