The French rookie as DPOY makes more sense than you may think.
Wemby is putting up numbers only seen by defensive legends like Dikembe Mutombo and Hakeem Olajuwon.
Analyzing the NBA’s past ROY winners and what it says about this year’s race.
Although it hasn’t translated to many more wins (yet), the Spurs have clearly been a better team since moving Tre Jones to starting point guard.
Wembanyama is looking for his teammates in the clutch when opponents hone in on him, but being selfless has its downsides.
Wembanyama is having a stellar rookie season but there are some little things he could be doing better.
Is Wemby at center really the solution we all think it is?
The Spurs are better in many of these categories that you may think, but a lot of that goes away during their meltdowns.
The numbers back up what we’ve all seen: poor rotation is dooming the Spurs on defense.
The Spurs are better off with Wemby near the basket on both ends of the floor, and they need a shakeup.
The idea is interesting and Sochan is doing his best to make things work, but so far the experiment has not been successful.
In order to keep the Spurs’ offensive system running, Collins is having to do more than he should.
Plus some more interesting trends to follow.
It’s still early, but we’re starting to see where each player is most comfortable shooting.
The Spurs are poised to start the season with a jumbo starting five that brings some trade-offs as well as clear upside.
Devin Vassell’s extension will bring him more scrutiny in the near future but it’s a fair contract and the Spurs were right to offer it.
Thoughts, takeaways and overreactions to the Spurs’ Silver and Black Scrimmage.
Plus other sights, scenes and observations from a Spurs Media Day with more buzz than usual.
After finding consistency as a major part of the offense last season, Collins might see his role reduced or changed to accommodate Wembanyama.
Victor Wembanyama will need someone to make things easier for him on offense, and no one on the roster is as well-suited as Jones to fill that role.
A defensive trend among NBA bigs caught on with the new Spur while overseas and should be one of his more subtle, yet effective, ways of impacting games.
Some things that Keldon Johnson, Devin Vassell, and Jeremy Sochan can learn from players in the playoffs.
If it’s all scripted anyway, whose agenda is most likely to win out ahead of this month’s lottery?
It was once holding opponents to 22, according to Pop. With the Spurs defense having seen better days, a serious investigation into what that new standard might be.
Jeremy Sochan, Malaki Branham and Blake Wesley have all showed skills and tools that could make them key pieces going forward.
Johnson is doing his best to adjust to a much bigger role, but so far it seems he might be better off in a smaller one in the future.