The Los Angeles Lakers are going to have an important priority this offseason as Dennis Schroder hits unrestricted free agency. Since the injury of LeBron James, Schroder has shown the Lakers why they have to do everything in their power to re-sign him.
The Los Angeles Lakers have been without LeBron James and Anthony Davis for the past 11 games. Over that span, they are 5-6 and have dropped to fifth in the Western Conference. With the playoffs approaching, the Lakers need to get healthy if they want to repeat as NBA Champions.
Breaking Down the Denver Nuggets Rotations After the Trade Deadline
I don’t think there’s ever been a time where you could ever put the Denver Nuggets into the conversation for winning the trade deadline. Well, this year, they are firmly in that conversation, if not the front runner.
With the eastern conference trade deadline winners already covered, next up is the western conference. There were some solid moves made, good moves made and potential game-changing moves made in the west.
At the end of the 2019 NBA Finals, the Golden State Warriors lost Klay Thompson to an ACL injury and Kevin Durant to an Achilles injury. Durant proceeded to leave for Brooklyn and Steph Curry was lost most of the 2019-20 NBA season with a wrist injury. The Warriors have not been at full strength since the time of Durant’s initial calf injury during the 2019 NBA playoffs.
The Dallas Mavericks have been underperforming this season compared to expectations for the team. As the NBA approaches the trade deadline, let’s take a look at three potential targets for the Mavericks.