NBA Draft Prospect Profile: Seth Curry

Curry looks to continue a family tradition of lights-out shooting in the NBA (www.flickr.com)

Curry looks to continue a family tradition of lights-out shooting in the NBA (www.flickr.com)

If you’re a basketball player, the last name Curry is a pretty good one to have. Father Dell Curry began the family tradition finishing his career with a sound three point shooting percentage of just over 40 percent. Then came Stephen Curry, who broke a fair share of Davidson and NCAA three point records, is currently shooting just Continue reading

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NBA Draft Prospect Profile: Michael Carter-Williams

Michael Carter-Williams hopes to be taken among the top 15 picks (www.huffingtonpost.com)

Michael Carter-Williams hopes to be taken among the top 15 picks (www.huffingtonpost.com)

Having a well-rounded, 6’6″ point guard could really help any team, and that’s exactly what Syracuse point man Michael Carter-Williams is bringing to the table. Utilizing his game that consists of a nice combination of tempo control, passing, handles, leadership, and intellect, MCW is a tempting option looking forward to draft day. The only problem is, many of the teams with top picks already have their point guard position filled with names like Continue reading

NBA Trade Deadline Reports: Thomas Robinson Blasts Off to Houston

A mere eight months after being drafted by the Sacramento Kings, Thomas Robinson is on the move.  According to reports by Yahoo! Sports and ESPN.com, Robinson has been traded from the Kings to the Houston Rockets, along with G/F Francisco Garcia and SF Tyler Honeycutt.  In return, the Kings will receive PF Patrick Patterson, C Cole Aldrich and PG Toney Douglas.

After only eight months in Sacramento, Thomas Robinson is on the move.  He will now battle fellow rookie Terrence Jones for playing time in Houston (sbnation.com)

After only eight months in Sacramento, Thomas Robinson is on the move. He will now battle fellow rookie Terrence Jones for playing time in Houston (sbnation.com)

In another move, Houston is sending SF/PF Marcus Morris to the Phoenix Suns for a second round pick.  Morris, who wasn’t receiving much playing time in a loaded frontcourt for the Rockets, will now be reunited with his twin brother Markieff out in the desert.With all these moves in mind, Robinson (averaging 4.8 ppg and 4.7 rpg) will now have a chance to make a bigger impact on a rotation elsewhere.  While Sacramento was a seemingly perfect place for the youthful big-man (drafted 5th overall in June out of Kansas), he was never really given the opportunity to flourish; in Robinson’s 51 games this season, he never started a single contest and only averaged 16 minutes per game. Continue reading