Eastern Conference

Antetokounmpo Agrees to Supermax Extension with Milwaukee

Giannis Antetokounmpo, the league’s back-to-back MVP winner, and the Milwaukee Bucks have agreed to a five-year, $228 million supermax extension with a player option after the fourth year.

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Grading the Hornets’ Offseason Moves

Majority owner Michael Jordan, general manager Mitch Kupchak, and the rest of Charlotte’s front office must have sensed their fan base’s frustration this offseason because they were much more active. Here are grades for the most critical moves they’ve made so far.

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High Expectations Surround The Boston Celtics

The NBA season is two weeks away with the first games premiering December 22nd. The Boston Celtics will have their season opener the following day against the Milwaukee Bucks. Boston is assigned to one of the Christmas day games against the Brooklyn Nets. This game will be the return of Kyrie Irving to Boston since his departure.

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The Eastern Conference is Getting More Competitive

When it comes to comparing the two NBA conferences, there are stark and obvious differences in quality and ability. For years, the western conference has been far more competitive than the east.

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Could We See More KZ Okpala This Season?

Since the Miami Heat “Big Three” era ended, the team has done a great job of scouting and developing talent. They have turned undrafted and second round picks into productive rotational players. Could KZ Okpala be next?

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Grading the Boston Celtics Offseason Moves Thus Far

The Boston Celtics have made moves within the past few days, some good, some questionable. Boston had looming questions heading into free agency. After a successful draft, the team still had some holes to fill and other positions to solidify.

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Boston Extends Their Future

The Boston Celtics have now officially locked up their future for the next five years. For the next five seasons, the Celtic forward will be staying in Boston on a max contract extension. The deal is worth $195 million. 

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Heat Still Sticking to 2021 Master Plan

This is the fourth day of NBA free agency. So far, the Miami Heat re-signed Goran Dragic, Meyers Leonard, and Udonis Haslem. They lost Jae Crowder and Derrick Jones Jr to bigger offers. To replace the two players, they added Avery Bradley and Moe Harkless. While the moves may not be exciting to some, it’s clear Miami remains focused on 2021.

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Why the Knicks Weren’t Sad to Lose the Gordon Hayward Sweepstakes

Gordon Hayward fit as a short term fix with the New York Knicks, but the front office doesn’t feel bad about seeing him head to the Charlotte Hornets.

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Knicks Receive Unfortunate Dose of Reality from Michael Jordan

The New York Knicks were poised to make a run at Gordon Hayward in free agency, but he instead got $120 million from the Charlotte Hornets. After a great draft week, New York received a bit of a reality check.

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