In 2016, the Minnesota Timberwolves were slated to become the next young team to burst on to the scene. The core of Towns, Lavine, Wiggins, and Dunn were projected to become a dynasty in just a few seasons. This destiny, however, never came to fruition because of a series of impatient moves orchestrated by the current front office. Read Part One Here!
The Queen City is already a highly consolidated sports market. With franchises such as the Reds and the Bengals, there is still room to tap into professional basketball. Cincinnati is the 28th biggest market in the country with a metropolitan area that stretches to Dayton. Although the population of central Cincinnati is relatively small, the greater region is home to over two million people. This potential market size is comparable to cities like Charlotte, Orlando, San Antonio, and Denver. Continue Reading!
In a league with an ever-changing dynamic, stability is the most important asset to a team. Historically, small market teams have struggled to sustain long term success. A recent proponent to this trend has been the San Antonio Spurs. Continue Reading!
The selection of Collin Sexton cements the reality of Cleveland without LeBron James. Although LeBron has been vital part of the Cavaliers, both him and the organization must part ways in order to both remain relevant. Without James the Cavaliers have the opportunity to embrace a full rebuild. Read Full Article Here!